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2007.01: Why Should Governments Support Broadband Adoption?
Jed Kolko
2006.06: Do Serial Entreprenuers Raise More Venture Capital?
Junfu Zhang and Ting Lu
2006.04: The Container Security Initiative and Ocean Container Threats
Jon D. Haveman, Ethan M. Jennings, Howard Shatz and Greg Wright
2006.01: A Study of Academic Entrepreneurs Using Venture Capital Data
Junfu Zhang
2005.11: Employment Dynamics and Business Relocation: New Evidence from the National Establishment Time Series
David Neumark, Junfu Zhang and Brandon Wall
2005.10: Wet Growth: Effects of Water Policies on Land Use in the American West
Ellen Hanak and Ada Chen
2005.06: Effects of Increased Access to Infertility Treatment on Infant and Child Health Outcomes: Evidence from Health Insurance Mandates
Marianne Bitler
2005.02: Employment-Contingent Health Insurance, Illness, and Labor Supply of Women: Evidence from Married Women with Breast Cancer
Cathy Bradley, David Neumark, Zhehui Luo and Heather L. Bednarek
2005.01: Is Water Policy Limiting Residential Growth? Evidence from California
Ellen Hanak
2004.16: Do School-to-Work Programs Help the "Forgotten Half"?
David Neumark and Donna Rothstein
2004.15: An Overview of U.S. Port Security Programs
Jon D. Haveman, Howard Shatz and Ernesto Vilchis
2004.14: School-to-Career and Post-Secondary Education: Evidence from Philadelphia Educational Longitudinal Study
Frank Furstenberg and David Neumark
2004.12: The Effects of Living Wage Laws: Evidence From Failed and Derailed Living Wage Campaigns
Scott Adams and David Neumark
2004.11: Stopping the Drain: Third-Party Responses to California's Water Market
Ellen Hanak
2004.10: The Economic Effects of Living Wage Laws: A Provisional Review
Scott Adams and David Neumark
2004.09: When Do Living Wages Bite?
Scott Adams and David Neumark
2004.08: Linking Housing Growth to Water Supply: The American West's New Frontier
Ellen Hanak and Margaret K. Browne
2004.06: Production Function and Wage Estimation with Heterogeneous Labor: Evidence from a New Match Employer-Employee Data Set
Judith Hellerstein and David Neumark
2004.05: Workplace Segregation in the United States: Race, Ethnicity, and Skill
Judith Hellerstein and David Neumark
2004.04: Services Exports and the States: Measuring the Potential
Howard Shatz and Eli Miloslavsky
2004.03: Minimum Wage Effects in the Longer Run
David Neumark and Olena Nizalova
2004.02: Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the School-to-Work Opportunities Act in California
David Neumark
2004.01: Short-term Effects of Breast Cancer on Labor Market Attachment: Results from a Longitudinal Study
Cathy Bradley, David Neumark, Heather Bednarek and Maryjean Schenk
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