Teryn Norris

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REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY Previous studies have suggested that agreement between equine veterinarians subjectively evaluating lameness in horses is low. These studies were limited to small numbers of horses, evaluating movement on the treadmill or to evaluating previously-recorded videotape. OBJECTIVES To estimate agreement between equine practitioners(More)
Governments regularly subsidize new ventures to spur innovation, often in the form of R&D grants. This paper examines the effects of such grants in the first large-sample, quasi-experimental evaluation of R&D subsidies. I implement a regression discontinuity design using data on ranked applicants to the Small Business Innovation Research grant program at(More)
Governments regularly subsidize new ventures to spur innovation, often in the form of R&D grants. This paper examines the effects of such grants in the first large-sample, quasi-experimental evaluation of R&D subsidies. I implement a regression discontinuity design using data on ranked applicants to the Small Business Innovation Research grant program at(More)
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