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Chicago Booth BCPT: Labor Economics (Topic)
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Incl. Electronic Paper The Long-Term Impact of an Early Career Recession on Health and Health-Related Behaviors
Becker Friedman Institute for Research in Economics Working Paper No. 2596784
Naijia Guo and Rong Hai
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and University of Chicago - The Center for the Economics of Human Development
Date Posted: April 21, 2015
Last Revised: June 18, 2015
Working Paper Series
32 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Income Inequality, Tax Policy, and Economic Growth
Becker Friedman Institute for Research in Economics Working Paper No. 2595524
Siddhartha Biswas , Indraneel Chakraborty and Rong Hai
University of Chicago , University of Miami and University of Chicago - The Center for the Economics of Human Development
Date Posted: April 17, 2015
Last Revised: July 02, 2015
Working Paper Series
45 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Human Capital Investments and the Marriage Market
Hanzhe Zhang
University of Chicago - Department of Economics
Date Posted: February 27, 2014
Last Revised: May 26, 2015
Working Paper Series
114 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Taxation and the Allocation of Talent
Benjamin Lockwood , Charles Nathanson and E. Glen Weyl
Harvard University, Department of Economics - Littauer Center , Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management and Microsoft Research New England
Date Posted: January 08, 2009
Last Revised: June 23, 2015
Working Paper Series
980 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Thick-Market Effects and Churning in the Labor Market: Evidence from U.S. Cities
FRB of Philadelphia Working Paper No. 07-23
C. Hoyt Bleakley and Jeffrey Lin
University of Chicago - Booth School of Business and Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Date Posted: November 02, 2007
Working Paper Series
99 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Mergers of Equals and Unequals
IZA Discussion Paper No. 2426
Valerie Smeets , Kathryn Ierulli and Michael Gibbs
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid , University of Chicago and University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Date Posted: November 26, 2006
Working Paper Series
274 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Why Are Jobs Designed the Way They Are?
IZA Discussion Paper No. 1529
Cynthia Zoghi , Alec R. Levenson and Michael Gibbs
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics , University of Southern California - Center for Effective Organizations (CEO) and University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Date Posted: March 14, 2005
Working Paper Series
310 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Performance Measure Properties and Incentives
IZA Discussion Paper No. 1356
Michael Gibbs , Kenneth A. Merchant , Wim A. Van der Stede and Mark E. Vargus
University of Chicago Booth School of Business , University of Southern California - Leventhal School of Accounting , London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) and University of Texas at Dallas - Department of Accounting & Information Management
Date Posted: March 15, 2004
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1420 downloads

Incl. Electronic Paper Are Immigrants Favorably Self-Selected? An Economic Analysis
IZA Discussion Paper No. 131
Barry R. Chiswick
University of Illinois at Chicago
Date Posted: March 09, 2001
Working Paper Series
565 downloads


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