Firms and the Distribution of Income: The Roles of Productivity and Luck
Edward Lazear and
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Chapters in this book:
- Augmenting the Human Capital Earnings Equation with Measures of Where People Work
- Erling Barth, James Davis and Richard Freeman
- Earnings Inequality and Mobility Trends in the United States: Nationally Representative Estimates from Longitudinally Linked Employer-Employee Data
- John Abowd, Kevin L. McKinney and Nellie L. Zhao
- Firm Performance and the Volatility of Worker Earnings
- Chinhui Juhn, Kristin McCue, Holly Monti and Brooks Pierce
- Firms and Labor Market Inequality: Evidence and Some Theory
- David Card, Ana Rute Cardoso, Jorg Heining and Patrick Kline
- Introduction to "Firms and the Distribution of Income: The Roles of Productivity and Luck"
- Edward Lazear and Kathryn Shaw
- Management Practices, Workforce Selection, and Productivity
- Stefan Bender, Nicholas Bloom, David Card, John van Reenen and Stefanie Wolter
- Skill Requirements across Firms and Labor Markets: Evidence from Job Postings for Professionals
- David Deming and Lisa Kahn
- Who Gets Hired? The Importance of Competition among Applicants
- Edward Lazear, Kathryn Shaw and Christopher T. Stanton
- Who Moves Up the Job Ladder?
- John Haltiwanger, Henry Hyatt and Erika McEntarfer
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