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The Employment Effects of State Hiring Credits During and After the Great Recession

David Neumark, Diego Grijalva

NBER Working Paper No. 18928
Issued in March 2013, Revised in June 2015

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We are grateful to Patrick Button for outstanding research assistance. We are also grateful to the Annie E. Casey Foundation for research support. All views expressed are our own, and are not those of the Foundation. We thank Daniel Wilson for providing data on federal stimulus spending based on the Recovery.gov website, Henry Farber and Robert Valletta for providing data on Unemployment Insurance benefit extensions, Carl Klarner for providing data on state political control, and Wyatt Clarke, Graeme Boushey, Garth Brazleton, and Adriana Kugler and anonymous referees for helpful comments. All views expressed are our own, and are not those of the Foundation. We thank Daniel Wilson for providing data on federal stimulus spending based on the Recovery.gov website, and Henry Farber and Robert Valletta for providing data on Unemployment Insurance benefit extensions. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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