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NBER Working Papers and Publications

May 2011The Impact of the 1936 Corn Belt Drought on American Farmers' Adoption of Hybrid Corn
in The Economics of Climate Change: Adaptations Past and Present, Gary D. Libecap and Richard H. Steckel, editors
September 2010The Unexpected Long-Run Impact of the Minimum Wage: An Educational Cascade
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June 2008Henry Agard Wallace, the Iowa Corn Yield Tests, and the Adoption of Hybrid Corn
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September 2000One Kind of Freedom: Reconsidered (and Turbo Charged)
with Roger L. Ransom: h0129
December 1997Historical Perspectives on the Economic Consequences of Immigration into the United States
with Susan B. Carter: h0106
October 1995Myth of the Industrial Scrap Heap: A Revisionist View of Turn-of-the- Century American Retirement
with Susan B. Carter: h0073

Published: Carter, Susan B. and Richard Sutch. "Myth Of The Industrial Scrap Heap: A Revisionist View Of Turn-Of-The-Century American Retirement," Journal of Economic History, 1996, v56(1,Mar), 5-38.

Fixing the Facts: Editing of the 1880 U.S. Census of Occupations with Implications for Long-Term Trends and the Sociology of Official Statistics
with Susan B. Carter: h0074
May 1989The Trend in the Rate of Labor Force Participation of Older Men, 1870-1930: A Review of the Evidence
with Roger L. Ransom: h0003

Published: Journal of Economic History, vol. 49, March 1989, pp. 170-183.

 
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