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Labor Markets Macroeconomics
September 2020
Aggregate Nominal Wage Adjustments: New Evidence from Administrative Payroll Data
With John Grigsby and Ahu Yildirmaz

American Economic Review, forthcoming

Labor Markets Macroeconomics
August 2020
The U.S. Labor Market During the Beginning of the Pandemic Recession
With Tomaz Cajner, Leland Crane, Ryan Decker, John Grigsby, Adrian Hamins-Puertolas, Christopher Kurz, and Ahu Yildirmaz

Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, forthcoming

Labor Markets Macroeconomics Time Use
May 2020
Leisure Luxuries and the Labor Supply of Young Men
With Mark Aguiar, Mark Bils, and Kewin Charles

Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming

Human Capital Labor Markets
January 2020
Human Capital and the College Gender Wage Gap
With Dan Black and Carolyn Sloane

Under Revision for the Journal of Economic Perspectives

Labor Markets Macroeconomics Regional & Urban Economics
November 2019
The Aggregate Implications of Regional Business Cycles
Econometrica, 87(6), 1789-1833
With Martin Beraja and Juan Ospina

Replication File

Labor Markets Macroeconomics
September 2019
The Allocation of Talent and U.S. Economic Growth
Econometrica, 87(5), 1439-74
With Chang-Tai Hsieh, Chad Jones and Pete Klenow

Online Appendix   Replication File

Labor Markets Macroeconomics Regional & Urban Economics
January 2019
The Transformation of Manufacturing and the Decline in US Employment
NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2018, 33(2019), 307-72
With Kerwin Charles and Mariel Schwartz

Replication File

Housing Labor Markets Macroeconomics
October 2018
Housing Booms and Busts, Labor Market Opportunities, and College Attendance
American Economic Review, 108(10), 2947-94
With Kerwin Charles and Matt Notowidigdo

View online appendix. View Data.

Housing Labor Markets Regional & Urban Economics
February 2018
Housing Booms, Manufacturing Decline and Labor Market Outcomes
Economic Journal, 129(6)
With Kerwin Charles and Matt Notowidigdo

Online Robustness Appendix, Replication File

 

Housing Labor Markets Macroeconomics Regional & Urban Economics
April 2016
The Masking of the Decline in Manufacturing Employment by the Housing Bubble
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 30(2), 179-200
With Kerwin Charles and Matt Notowidigdo

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