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NBER Working Papers by James L. Medoff

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October 2001Firm Age and Wages
with Charles Brown: w8552
December 1989The Employer Size-Wage Effect
with Charles Brown: w2870
June 1987The Impact of Firm Acquisitions on Labor
with Charles Brown: w2273
December 1983Trade Unions and Productivity: Some New Evidence on an Old Issue
with Richard B. Freeman: w1249
August 1983Years of Service and Probability of Promotion
with Katharine G. Abraham: w1191
March 1983Length of Service and the Operation of Internal Labor Markets
with Katharine G. Abraham: w1085
Length of Service, Terminations and the Nature of the Employment Relationship
with Katharine G. Abraham: w1086
July 1982Why Does the Rate of Youth Labor Force Activity Differ Across Surveys?
with Richard B. Freeman: r0276
The Youth Labor Market Problem in the United States: An Overview
with Richard B. Freeman: r0277
1982The Impact of Collective Bargaining: Can the New Facts Be Explained by Monopoly Unionism?
with Richard B. Freeman: w0837
October 1981Unemployment, Unsatisfied Demand for Labor, and Compensation Growth in the United States, 1956-1980
with Katharine G. Abraham: w0781
August 1981The Impact of Collective Bargaining: Illusion or Reality?
with Richard B. Freeman: w0735
February 1981Involuntary Terminations under Explicit and Implicit Employment Contracts
with Katharine G. Abraham: w0634
1981The Role of Seniority at U.S. Work Places: A Report on Some New Evidence
with Katharine G. Abraham: w0618
December 1980Experience, Performance, and Earnings
with Katharine G. Abraham: w0278
September 1980Le Syndicalisme a Deux Visages
with Richard B. Freeman: r0088
June 1979Can Productive Capacity Differentials Really Explain Earnings Differentials Associated with Demographic Characteristics? Case of Experience
with Katharine G. Abraham: w0363
The Two Faces of Unionism
with Richard B. Freeman: w0364
December 1978The Percent Organized Wage (POW) Relationship for Union and for NonunionWorkers
with Richard B. Freeman: w0305
August 1978New Estimates of the Industrial Locus of Unionism in the United States
with Richard B. Freeman: w0273
1978The Earnings Function: A Glimpse Inside the Black Box
w0224

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