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Workplace:Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, (more information at EDIRC)
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE), Handelshögskolan i Stockholm (Stockholm School of Economics), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2020

  1. Information and Social Norms: Experimental Evidence on the Labor Market Aspirations of Saudi Women
    NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Downloads

2018

  1. Will the U.S. Keep the Best and the Brightest (as Post-docs)? Career and Location Preferences of Foreign STEM PhDs
    NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Downloads
    See also Chapter (2019)

2017

  1. The Paper Trail of Knowledge Spillovers: Evidence from Patent Interferences [REVISED]
    Working Papers, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Downloads View citations (1)

2016

  1. The Mobility of Elite Life Scientists: Professional and Personal Determinants
    NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Downloads View citations (4)
    See also Journal Article in Research Policy (2017)

2015

  1. It's Good to be First: Order Bias in Reading and Citing NBER Working Papers
    NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Downloads View citations (18)
    See also Journal Article in The Review of Economics and Statistics (2017)

2014

  1. Immigration & Ideas: What Did Russian Scientists 'Bring' to the US?
    SITE Working Paper Series, Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Why and Wherefore of Increased Scientific Collaboration
    NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Downloads View citations (16)
    See also Chapter (2014)

2011

  1. Closing the Gender Gap in Education: Does It Foretell the Closing of the Employment, Marriage, and Motherhood Gaps?
    Working Paper Series, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government Downloads View citations (10)
    Also in CID Working Papers, Center for International Development at Harvard University (2011) Downloads View citations (1)

2010

  1. "Schooling Can't Buy Me Love": Marriage, Work, and the Gender Education Gap in Latin America
    Working Paper Series, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government Downloads View citations (3)
    Also in CID Working Papers, Center for International Development at Harvard University (2010) Downloads View citations (1)
  2. “Schooling Can’t Buy Me Loveâ€: Marriage, Work, and the Gender Education Gap in Latin America
    Scholarly Articles, Harvard Kennedy School of Government Downloads View citations (1)

2005

  1. Institutions, Markets and Men's and Women's Wage Inequality: Evidence from Ukraine
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (13)
    See also Journal Article in Journal of Comparative Economics (2006)
  2. Wage Ceilings and Floors: The Gender Gap in Ukraine's Transition
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (28)

Journal Articles

2017

  1. A Field Experiment on Search Costs and the Formation of Scientific Collaborations
    The Review of Economics and Statistics, 2017, 99, (4), 565-576 Downloads View citations (22)
  2. It’s Good to Be First: Order Bias in Reading and Citing NBER Working Papers
    The Review of Economics and Statistics, 2017, 99, (1), 32-39 Downloads View citations (16)
    See also Working Paper (2015)
  3. Saving Soviet Science: The Impact of Grants When Government R&D Funding Disappears
    American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2017, 9, (2), 165-201 Downloads View citations (8)
  4. The mobility of elite life scientists: Professional and personal determinants
    Research Policy, 2017, 46, (3), 573-590 Downloads View citations (7)
    See also Working Paper (2016)

2015

  1. Immigration and Ideas: What Did Russian Scientists "Bring" to the United States?
    Journal of Labor Economics, 2015, 33, (S1), S257 - S288 Downloads View citations (15)
    See also Chapter (2012)

2014

  1. Closing the gender gap in education: What is the state of gaps in labour force participation for women, wives and mothers?
    International Labour Review, 2014, 153, (2), 173-207 Downloads View citations (6)
  2. Marriage, education and assortative mating in Latin America
    Applied Economics Letters, 2014, 21, (12), 806-811 Downloads View citations (1)

2006

  1. Institutions, markets and men's and women's wage inequality: Evidence from Ukraine
    Journal of Comparative Economics, 2006, 34, (2), 200-227 Downloads View citations (28)
    See also Working Paper (2005)

Books

2020

  1. The Roles of Immigrants and Foreign Students in US Science, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
    NBER Books, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc View citations (2)

Chapters

2019

  1. Introduction to "The Roles of Immigrants and Foreign Students in US Science, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship"
    A chapter in The Roles of Immigrants and Foreign Students in US Science, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, 2019, pp 1-14 Downloads
  2. Will the US Keep the Best and the Brightest (as Postdocs)? Career and Location Preferences of Foreign STEM PhDs
    A chapter in The Roles of Immigrants and Foreign Students in US Science, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, 2019, pp 49-69 Downloads
    See also Working Paper (2018)

2014

  1. Why and Wherefore of Increased Scientific Collaboration
    A chapter in The Changing Frontier: Rethinking Science and Innovation Policy, 2014, pp 17-48 Downloads View citations (21)
    See also Working Paper (2014)

2012

  1. Immigration and Ideas: What Did Russian Scientists "Bring" to the United States?
    A chapter in US High-Skilled Immigration in the Global Economy, 2012, pp 257-288 View citations (2)
    See also Journal Article in Journal of Labor Economics (2015)
 
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