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Labor Markets

Format: 2017

Academic Articles

Education and Training. (with Michael Mertaugth). In Nicholas Barr (ed.). Labor Markets and Social Policy in Central and Eastern Europe: The Accession and Beyond, Washington, DC: The World Bank, 2005, pp. 207-251.
Why Public Schools Lose Teachers. (with John F. Kain and Steven G. Rivkin) . The Journal of Human Resources, 39(2), Spring 2004, pp. 326-354.
Smaller Classes, Lower Salaries? The Effects of Class Size on Teacher Labor Markets. (with Javier Luque). In Sabrina W.M. Laine and James G. Ward (ed.). Using What We Know: A Review of the Research on Implementing Class-Size Reduction Initiatives for State and Local Policymakers, Oak Brook, Ill.: North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 2000, pp. 35-51.
Alternative Poverty Measures and the Allocation of Federal Benefits. (with Roberton Williams). in U.S. Bureau of the Census. Conference on the Measurement of Noncash Benefits, Proceedings, Volume I, Washington, DC: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1986, pp. 104-125.
Life-Cycle Earning Capacity and the OJT Investment Model. (with John M. Quigley) . International Economic Review, 26(2), June 1985, pp. 365-385.
Sources of Black-White Earnings Differences. Social Science Research, 11(2), June 1982, pp. 103-126.
Alternative Models of Earnings Determination and Labor Market Structure. Journal of Human Resources, 16(2), Spring 1981, pp. 238-259.
Implicit Investment Profiles and Intertemporal Adjustments of Relative Wages. (with John M. Quigley) . American Economic Review, 68(1), March 1978, pp. 67-79.
Ethnic Income Variations: Magnitudes and Explanations. American Ethnic Groups , Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute, 1978, pp. 139-156.
The Volunteer Military and the Rest of the Iceberg. Policy Sciences, 8(3), September 1977, pp. 343-361.
Regional Differences in the Structure of Earnings. Review of Economics and Statistics, 55(2), May 1973, pp. 204-213.

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