Upjohn Institute Working Papers, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 278
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2017 Genes, education, and labor market outcomes: Evidence from the health and retirement studyPapageorge, Nicholas W.; Thom, Kevin
2017 Dynamic responses to labor demand shocks: Evidence from the financial industry in DelawareWeinstein, Russell
2017 Evaluating public employment programs with field experiments: A survey of American evidenceO'Leary, Christopher J.
2017 The employment service-unemployment insurance partnership: Origin, evolution, and revitalizationBalducchi, David E.; O'Leary, Christopher J.
2017 ProPelled: The effects of grants on graduation, earnings, and welfareDenning, Jeffrey T.; Marx, Benjamin M.; Turner, Lesley J.
2017 Valuing public goods more generally: The case of infrastructureAlbouy, David; Farahani, Arash
2017 New evidence on state fiscal multipliers: Implications for state policiesBartik, Timothy J.
2017 Does increased access to health insurance impact claims for workers' compensation? Evidence from Massachusetts health care reformBronchetti, Erin Todd; McInerney, Melissa
2017 Veterans in workforce development: Participation and labor market outcomesChrisinger, Colleen
2017 Economic shocks and crime: Evidence from the Brazilian trade liberalizationCarneiro, Rafael Dix; Soares, Rodrigo Reis; Ulyssea, Gabriel
2017 NAFTA and the gender wage gapHakobyan, Shushanik; McLaren, John
2017 Born under a lucky star: Financial aid, college completion, labor supply, and credit constraintsDenning, Jeffrey T.
2017 Medicaid, family spending, and the financial implications of crowd-outDillender, Marcus
2016 Wage shocks and the technological substitution of low-wage jobsAaronson, Daniel; Phelan, Brian J.
2016 Who wins in an energy boom? Evidence from wage rates and housingJacobsen, Grant D.
2016 The labor market consequences of regulating similar occupations: The licensing of occupational and physical therapistsCai, Jing; Kleiner, Morris M.
2016 The effect of mandatory paid sick leave laws on labor market outcomes, health care utilization, and health behaviorsCallison, Kevin; Pesko, Michael F.
2016 Differential mortality and the progressivity of social securityBagchi, Shantanu
2016 Do recessions accelerate routine-biased technological change? Evidence from vacancy postingsHershbein, Brad J.; Kahn, Lisa B.
2016 Domestic outsourcing in the United States: A research agenda to assess trends and effects on job qualityBernhardt, Annette; Batt, Rosemary L.; Houseman, Susan N.; Appelbaum, Eileen
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 278