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NBER Working Papers by Fabian Lange

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February 2015Testing for Changes in the SES-Mortality Gradient When the Distribution of Education Changes Too
with Thomas Goldring, Fabian Lange, Seth Richards-Shubik: w20993
July 2014Long-Term Unemployment and the Great Recession: The Role of Composition, Duration Dependence, and Non-Participation
with Kory Kroft, Fabian Lange, Matthew J. Notowidigdo, Lawrence F. Katz: w20273
September 2012Duration Dependence and Labor Market Conditions: Theory and Evidence from a Field Experiment
with Kory Kroft, Fabian Lange, Matthew J. Notowidigdo: w18387

Published: Duration Dependence and Labor Market Conditions: Evidence from a Field Experiment* Kory Kroft University of Toronto Fabian Lange McGill University, IZA, and CESifo Matthew J. Notowidigdo The Quarterly Journal of Economics (2013) doi: 10.1093/qje/qjt015 First published online: April 16, 2013

January 2010Explaining the Rise in Educational Gradients in Mortality
with David M. Cutler, Fabian Lange, Ellen Meara, Seth Richards, Christopher J. Ruhm: w15678

Published: Cutler, David M, Fabian Lange, Ellen Meara, Seth Richards-Shubik, and Christopher J Ruhme. 2011. Rising Educational Gradients in Mortality: The Role of Behavioral Factors. Journal of Health Economcis 30, no. 6: 1174-1187.

March 2008Changes in the Characteristics of American Youth: Implications for Adult Outcomes
with Joseph G. Altonji, Prashant Bharadwaj, Fabian Lange: w13883

Published: Joseph G. Altonji & Prashant Bharadwaj & Fabian Lange, 2012. "Changes in the Characteristics of American Youth: Implications for Adult Outcomes," Journal of Labor Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol. 30(4), pages 783 - 828. citation courtesy of

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