Julie Berry Cullen

Professor – Department of Economics

Phone: (858) 822-2056

Email: jbcullen@ucsd.edu


Cullen, Julie Berry, Eric A. Hanushek, Gregory Phelan, and Steven G. Rivkin. Forthcoming. Performance information and personnel decisions in the public sector: the case of school principals, Journal of Human Resources.

Cullen, Julie Berry, Nicholas Turner, and Ebonya Washington, 2021. Political alignment, attitudes toward government and tax evasion, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 13(3):135-66. (NBER WP) (CESifo WP) (Coverage: VOX AEA) (openICPSR Repository)

Cullen, Julie Berry, Cory Koedel, and Eric Parsons, 2021. The compositional effect of rigorous teacher evaluation on workforce quality, Education Finance and Policy 16(1):7-41. (NBER WP) (CESifo WP) (Coverage: Shankar Institute)

Cullen, Julie Berry, Steven D. Levitt, Erin Robertson, and Sally Sadoff, 2013. What can be done to improve struggling high schools?, Journal of Economic Perspectives 27(2):133-52.

Cullen, Julie Berry, Mark C. Long, and Randall Reback, 2013. Jockeying for position: strategic high school choice under Texas' top ten percent plan, Journal of Public Economics 97:32-48.

Gordon, Roger H. and Julie Berry Cullen, 2012. Income redistribution in a federal system of governments, Journal of Public Economics 96(11-12):1100-1109.

Cullen, Julie Berry and Brian A. Jacob, 2009. "Is gaining access to a selective elementary school gaining ground? Evidence from randomized lotteries" in J. Gruber, ed., An Economic Perspective on the Problems of Disadvantaged Youth (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press). WP

Cullen, Julie Berry and Roger H. Gordon, 2007. Taxes and entrepreneurial risk-taking: theory and evidence for the U.S., Journal of Public Economics 91(7):1479-505.

Cullen, Julie Berry, Brian A. Jacob, and Steven D. Levitt, 2006. The effect of school choice on participants: evidence from randomized lotteries, Econometrica 74(5):1191-1230.

Cullen, Julie Berry and Randall Reback, 2006. "Tinkering toward accolades: school gaming under a performance accountability system" in T. Gronberg and D. Jansen, eds., Improving School Accountability: Check-Ups or Choice, Advances in Applied Microeconomics 14 (Amsterdam: Elsevier Science), pp.1-34.WP

Cullen, Julie Berry and Roger H. Gordon, 2006. "Tax reform and entrepreneurial activity" in J. Poterba, ed., Tax Policy and the Economy 20 (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press), pp.41-71.WP

Cullen, Julie Berry and Roger H. Gordon, 2006. "How do taxes affect entrepreneurial activity? A comparison of U.S. and Swedish law" (in Swedish) in P. Braunerhjelm and J. Wiklund, eds., Entreprenorskap och Tillvaxt: Kunskap, Kommersialisering och Ekonomisk Politik (Stockholm, Sweden: Forum For Smaeforetagsforskning), pp.71-93.WP

Cullen, Julie Berry, Brian A. Jacob, and Steven D. Levitt, 2005. The impact of school choice on student outcomes: an analysis of the Chicago Public Schools, Journal of Public Economics 89(5-6):729-60.

Bound, John, Julie Berry Cullen, Austin Nichols, and Lucie Schmidt, 2004. The welfare implications of increasing disability insurance benefit generosity, Journal of Public Economics 88(12):2487-2514.

Cullen, Julie Berry and Susanna Loeb, 2004. "School finance reform in Michigan: evaluating Proposal A" in J. Yinger, ed., Helping Children Left Behind: State Aid and the Pursuit of Educational Equity (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press), pp. 215-50.WP

Cullen, Julie Berry, 2003. The impact of fiscal incentives on student disability rates, Journal of Public Economics 87(7-8):1557-89.

Cullen, Julie Berry and Steven G. Rivkin, 2003. "The role of special education in school choice" in C. Hoxby, ed., The Economics of School Choice (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press), pp. 67-106. WP

Cullen, Julie Berry and Susanna Loeb, 2003. K-12 education in Michigan, in C. Ballard, P. Courant, et al., eds., Michigan at the Millennium (East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press), pp. 299-321. (Reviewed by Dye, Richard. 2005. National Tax Journal 58:327-30.)

Cullen, Julie Berry and Jonathan Gruber, 2000. Does unemployment insurance crowd out spousal labor supply?, Journal of Labor Economics 18(3):546-572.

Cullen, Julie Berry and Steven D. Levitt, 1999. Crime, urban flight, and the consequences for cities, The Review of Economics and Statistics 81(2):159-169. [Data and programs]