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September 2013Does Federally-Funded Job Training Work? Nonexperimental Estimates of WIA Training Impacts Using Longitudinal Data on Workers and Firms
with Fredrik Andersson, Julia I. Lane, David Rosenblum, Jeffrey Smith: w19446
September 2007Temporary Help Agencies and the Advancement Prospects of Low Earners
with Fredrik Andersson, Julia Lane: w13434
June 1998What Does Affirmative Action Do?
with David Neumark: w6605
July 1996Demand Shifts, Population Adjustments, and Labor Market Outcomes during the 1980s
with John Bound: w5685
May 1991Industrial Shifts, Skills Levels, and the Labor Market for White and Black Males
with John Bound: w3715
December 1990Job Vacancy Rates in the Firm: An Empirical Analysis
w3524
April 1990Wages, Employer Costs, and Employee Performance in the Firm
w2830
March 1990Asymmetries and Rigidities in Wage Adjustments by Firms
with Edward B. Montgomery: w3274
February 1989Employment, Unemployment and Demand Shifts in Local Labor Markets
w2858
December 1988The Determinants of Employee Productivity and Earnings: Some New Evidence
w2782
July 1988Structural/Frictional and Demand-Deficient Unemployment in Local Labor Markets
w2652
April 1988Job Queues and Wages: New Evidence on the Minimum Wage and Inter-Industry Wage Structure
with Lawrence F. Katz, Alan B. Krueger: w2561
March 1987Hiring Procedures in the Firm: Their Economic Determinants and Outcomes
w2185
March 1986Search Method Use by Unemployed Youth
w1859
Informal Job Search and Black Youth Unemployment
w1860
Employed and Unemployed Job Search: A Comparison of Choices and Outcomes among Youth
w1861
August 1984On the Rationality of Black Youth Unemployment
w1411
February 1984Black Youth Nonemployment: Duration and Job Search
w1276
February 1981The Impact of Unions on the Labor Market for White and Minority Youth
w0633

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