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July 2000Technology, Unemployment, and Inflation
with Stephan Danninger: w7817
November 1996Changes in Wage Inequality, 1970-1990
w5823
August 1994The Production of Human Capital and the Lifecycle of Earnings: Variations on a Theme
w4838
Investment in U.S. Education and Training
w4844
September 1991Education and Unemployment of Women
w3837
Education and Unemployment
w3838
January 1991Human Capital, Technology, and the Wage Structure: What Do Time Series Show?
w3581
December 1989Human Capital Responses to Technological Change in the Labor Market
w3207
Job Training: Costs, Returns, and Wage Profiles
w3208
August 1988Job Training, Wage Growth, and Labor Turnover
w2690
July 1987Wage Structures and Labor Turnover in the U.S. and in Japan
with Yoshio Higuchi: w2306
April 1986Wage Changes in Job Changes
w1907
August 1984Inter-Country Comparisons of Labor Force Trends and of Related Developments: An Overview
w1438
November 1981Human Capital and Economic Growth
w0803
The Economics of Wage Floors
w0804
Union Effects: Wages, Turnover, and Job Training
w0808
May 1980Interrupted Work Careers
with Haim Ofek: w0479
February 1980Effect of Minimum Wages on Human Capital Formation
with Linda S. Leighton: w0441
August 1979Labor Turnover and Youth Unemployment
with Linda S. Leighton: w0378
June 1979Labor Mobility and Wages
with Boyan Jovanovic: w0357
August 1977Family Migration Decisions
w0199
July 1976The Distribution of Earnings Profiles in Longitudinal Data
with George J. Borjas: w0143
August 1974Progress in Human Capital Analysis of the Distribution of Earnings
w0053
May 1974Unemployment Effects of Minimum Wages
w0039

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