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Brad Hershbein

W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research

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NBER Working Papers and Publications

October 2016Do Recessions Accelerate Routine-Biased Technological Change? Evidence from Vacancy Postings
with Lisa B. Kahn: w22762
October 2014Is There a Case for a "Second Demographic Transition"? Three Distinctive Features of the Post-1960 U.S. Fertility Decline
with Martha J. Bailey, Melanie Guldi
in Human Capital in History: The American Record, Leah Platt Boustan, Carola Frydman, and Robert A. Margo, editors
October 2013Is There A Case for a "Second Demographic Transition"? Three Distinctive Features of the Post-1960 U.S. Fertility Decline
with Martha J. Bailey, Melanie E. Guldi: w19599

Published: Is There a Case for a "Second Demographic Transition"? Three Distinctive Features of the Post-1960 U.S. Fertility Decline, Martha J. Bailey, Melanie Guldi, Brad J. Hershbein. in Human Capital in History: The American Record, Boustan, Frydman, and Margo. 2014

March 2012The Opt-In Revolution? Contraception and the Gender Gap in Wages
with Martha J. Bailey, Amalia R. Miller: w17922

Published: Martha J. Bailey & Brad Hershbein & Amalia R. Miller, 2012. "The Opt-In Revolution? Contraception and the Gender Gap in Wages," American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Association, vol. 4(3), pages 225-54, July. citation courtesy of

August 2009Playing the Admissions Game: Student Reactions to Increasing College Competition
with John Bound, Bridget Terry Long: w15272

Published: John Bound & Brad Hershbein & Bridget Terry Long, 2009. "Playing the Admissions Game: Student Reactions to Increasing College Competition," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 23(4), pages 119-46, Fall. citation courtesy of

 
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