Topic - Labor

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Optimal Tax Progressivity: An Analytical Framework

Giovanni L. Violante, Jonathan Heathcote, Kjetil Storesletten
February 2014 - Staff Report

Development programs help ex-offenders join the workforce

Helping people who have criminal records find sustained, gainful employment could help produce savings and benefits for both the ex-offenders and society at large.
Jacob Wascalus
October 2013 - Community Dividend

Learning-by-Employing: The Value of Commitment under Uncertainty

Elena Pastorino, Braz Camargo
August 2013 - Staff Report

The Age-Time-Cohort Problem and the Identification of Structural Parameters in Life-Cycle Models

Sam Schulhofer-Wohl
June 2013 - Working Paper

Job Matching Within and Across Firms

Elena Pastorino
June 2013 - Staff Report

Careers in Firms: Estimating a Model of Job Assignment, Learning, and Human Capital Acquisition

Elena Pastorino
June 2013 - Staff Report

Supplementary Appendix: Careers in Firms—Estimating a Model of Job Assignment, Learning, and Human Capital Acquisition

Elena Pastorino
June 2013 - Staff Report

Women’s Emancipation through Education: A Macroeconomic Analysis

Fatih Guvenen, Michelle Rendall
April 2013 - Working Paper

The Nature of Countercyclical Income Risk

Fatih Guvenen, Serdar Ozkan, Jae Song
December 2012 - Staff Report

Aggregate Labor Supply

Edward C. Prescott
October 2012 - Quarterly Review

Heterogeneity in Expected Longevities

José-Víctor Ríos-Rull, Josep Pijoan-Mas
August 2012 - Staff Report

Spanning the spectrum of Native workforce development

Initiatives under way in the Ninth District demonstrate that Native-focused organizations are working to increase work preparedness, education levels, and employment rates in the communities they serv
Jacob Wascalus
July 2012 - Community Dividend

Consumption and Labor Supply with Partial Insurance: An Analytical Framework

Giovanni L. Violante, Jonathan Heathcote, Kjetil Storesletten
February 2012 - Staff Report

Modeling the Evolution of Age and Cohort Effects in Social Research

Sam Schulhofer-Wohl, Yang Yang
September 2011 - Staff Report

Interstate Migration Has Fallen Less Than You Think: Consequences of Hot Deck Imputation in the Current Population Survey

Greg Kaplan, Sam Schulhofer-Wohl
June 2011 - Staff Report

Aggregate Labor Supply

Edward C. Prescott, Johanna Wallenius
January 2011 - Staff Report

Interstate Migration Has Fallen Less Than You Think: Consequences of Hot Deck Imputation in the Current Population Survey

Greg Kaplan, Sam Schulhofer-Wohl
November 2010 - Working Paper

Explaining Growth

Economist Erzo Luttmer blends two competing theories to generate a model that helps account for patterns of employment growth in U.S. companies.
Douglas Clement
September 2010 - The Region

Inferring Labor Income Risk From Economic Choices: An Indirect Inference Approach

Fatih Guvenen, Anthony Smith
July 2010 - Staff Report

Moving Back Home: Insurance Against Labor Market Risk

Greg Kaplan
July 2010 - Staff Report

Human Capital Values and Returns: Bounds Implied By Earnings and Asset Returns Data

Mark Huggett, Greg Kaplan
July 2010 - Staff Report

Taxes, Wages and Human Capital

Progressive tax policies decrease before-tax wage inequality, suggests research by Fatih Guvenen and colleagues, by diminishing motivation to acquire higher education and job skills
Douglas Clement
June 2010 - The Region

Taxation of Human Capital and Wage Inequality: A Cross-Country Analysis

Serdar Ozkan, Fatih Guvenen, Burhanettin Kuruscu
November 2009 - Staff Report

Boomerang Kids: Labor Market Dynamics and Moving Back Home

Greg Kaplan
October 2009 - Working Paper

Unequal We Stand: An Empirical Analysis of Economic Inequality in the United States, 1967–2006

Fabrizio Perri, Giovanni L. Violante, Jonathan Heathcote
October 2009 - Staff Report

Fiscal Policy and the Great Depression

Ellen McGrattan's research suggests that dividend income taxation during Depression years may have had a significant impact on investment, equity values and GDP.
Douglas Clement
September 2009 - The Region

Licensed to Bill

Morris Kleiner examines the dramatic rise of U.S. occupational licensing and the economic consequences of this little-noted trend.
Douglas Clement
September 2009 - The Region

A Quantitative Analysis of the Evolution of the U.S. Wage Distribution: 1970–2000

Fatih Guvenen, Burhanettin Kuruscu
May 2009 - Staff Report

Joint-Search Theory: New Opportunities and New Frictions

Giovanni L. Violante, Fatih Guvenen, Bulent Guler
May 2009 - Staff Report

A Theory of Outsourcing and Wage Decline

Thomas J. Holmes, Julia Thornton Snider
March 2009 - Working Paper

Are Income Gains Due to More Wives Working Longer Hours?

Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 2008 - The Region

Just what is the middle class, and other stuff

Terry J. Fitzgerald, Ronald A. Wirtz
September 2008 - fedgazette

Say hello to the modest good life for me

Anxiety over middle class living is complex, but probably not as warranted as the hand-wringing might suggest
Terry J. Fitzgerald, Ronald A. Wirtz
September 2008 - fedgazette

Supersize me

Consumption trends suggest middle class continuing to get ahead
Ronald A. Wirtz
September 2008 - fedgazette

Where Has All the Income Gone?

Middle American incomes rise substantially even while inequality increases
Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 2008 - The Region

Changes in the Distribution of Family Hours Worked Since 1950

Ellen R. McGrattan, Richard Rogerson
April 2008 - Staff Report

Taxation, Aggregates and the Household

Gustavo Ventura, Nezih Guner, Remzi Kaygusuz
April 2008 - Working Paper

Lifetime Aggregate Labor Supply with Endogenous Workweek Length

Edward C. Prescott, Richard Rogerson, Johanna Wallenius
November 2007 - Staff Report

Has Middle America Stagnated?

A closer look at hourly wages
Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 2007 - The Region

Has Middle America Stagnated? - In Brief

Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 2007 - The Region

Employee Ownership - In Brief

Ronald A. Wirtz
June 2007 - The Region

Employee Ownership: Economic Miracle or ESOPs Fable?

Worker ownership is a growing phenomenon, but experts are divided as to its inherent rewards.
Ronald A. Wirtz
June 2007 - The Region

Made in the USA

The heart of the employee ownership movement is close to home.
Ronald A. Wirtz
June 2007 - The Region

The Many Forms of “Shared Capitalism”

Ronald A. Wirtz
June 2007 - The Region

Nature or Nurture? Learning and Female Labor Force Dynamics

Alessandra Fogli, Laura Veldkamp
February 2007 - Staff Report

Goldilocks in the Corner Office

Is ballooning CEO pay too much, too little or just right?
Ronald A. Wirtz
December 2006 - The Region

Interview with David Card

The University of California, Berkeley economist, on immigration, labor supply, minimum wage and inequality.
Douglas Clement
December 2006 - The Region

If You Lost Your Job ...

By distinguishing between insurance and liquidity, Fed visiting economists topple the conventional wisdom about unemployment insurance.
Douglas Clement
June 2006 - The Region

A Model of Job and Worker Flows

Ricardo Lagos, Nobuhiro Kiyotaki
February 2006 - Staff Report

A Model of TFP

Ricardo Lagos
January 2006 - Staff Report

Geographic Spillover of Unionism

Thomas J. Holmes
January 2006 - Staff Report

Liquidity and Insurance for the Unemployed

Iván Werning, Robert Shimer
December 2005 - Staff Report

Does job training pay off?

Ronald A. Wirtz
September 2005 - The Region

Getting Back on Your Feet

Just how effective is our expanding public system for helping dislocated workers?
Ronald A. Wirtz
September 2005 - The Region

What layoffs?

Ronald A. Wirtz
September 2005 - The Region

Interview with James Heckman

Nobel prize-winning economist James Heckman on discrimination, job training and early childhood education.
Douglas Clement
June 2005 - The Region

Why Johnny Can't Work

A theory of why countries do (or don't) restrict child labor. And what it may tell us about the true wealth of nations.
Douglas Clement
June 2005 - The Region

Culture: An Empirical Investigation of Beliefs, Work, and Fertility

Alessandra Fogli, Raquel Fernandez
April 2005 - Staff Report

Fertility and Social Security

Mariacristina De Nardi, Michele Boldrin, Larry E. Jones
March 2005 - Staff Report

The Macroeconomics of Child Labor Regulation

Fabrizio Zilibotti, Matthias Doepke
February 2005 - Staff Report

What Determines Productivity? Lessons From the Dramatic Recovery of the U.S. and Canadian Iron Ore Industries Following Their Early 1980s Crisis

James A. Schmitz, Jr.
February 2005 - Staff Report

Job Search

Minneapolis Fed directors ponder the "jobless recovery."
Ronald A. Wirtz
December 2004 - The Region

The Evolution of U.S. Earnings Inequality: 1961–2002

Zvi Eckstein, Éva Nagypál
December 2004 - Quarterly Review

Changes in Hours Worked, 1950–2000

Ellen R. McGrattan, Richard Rogerson
July 2004 - Quarterly Review

European Vacation: Why Americans Work More Than Europeans

Taxes, not culture, account for the difference, according to economist Ed Prescott.
Douglas Clement
December 2003 - The Region

Shrinking a deadweight loss

A proposal to reform Social Security
Douglas Clement
December 2003 - The Region

Wives at Work

From 1950 to 1990, married women tripled their hours in the workplace. New research suggests that reduced wage discrimination—not better appliances or higher incomes—caused this sea change in the work
Phil Davies
December 2003 - The Region

Non-Convexities in Quantitative General Equilibrium Studies of Business Cycles

Edward C. Prescott
November 2003 - Staff Report

A Theory of Factor Allocation and Plant Size

Thomas J. Holmes, Matthew F. Mitchell
October 2003 - Staff Report

The Economics of Labor Adjustment: Mind the Gap

Jonathan L. Willis, Russell Cooper
July 2003 - Staff Report

Why Are Married Women Working So Much?

Ellen R. McGrattan, Larry E. Jones, Rodolfo E. Manuelli
June 2003 - Staff Report

Competitive Pressure and Labor Productivity: World Iron Ore Markets in the 1980s

James A. Schmitz, Jr., Jose E. Galdon-Sanchez
April 2003 - Quarterly Review

Updated Facts on the U.S. Distributions of Earnings, Income, and Wealth

Javier Díaz-Giménez, José-Víctor Ríos-Rull, Santiago Budría Rodríguez, Vincenzo Quadrini
July 2002 - Quarterly Review

Specialization and the Skill Premium in the 20th Century

Matthew F. Mitchell
July 2001 - Staff Report

Competition at Work: Railroads vs. Monopoly in the U.S. Shipping Industry

James A. Schmitz, Jr., Thomas J. Holmes
April 2001 - Quarterly Review

Knowledge Diffusion through Employee Mobility

April Franco, Darren Filson
July 2000 - Staff Report

Rethinking NAIRU

Top of the Ninth
Gary H. Stern
June 2000 - The Region

The Great Depression in the United States From A Neoclassical Perspective

Lee E. Ohanian, Harold L. Cole
December 1999 - Quarterly Review

A Higher Minimum Wage-A Mistake Waiting to Happen

Guest Editorial: Preston Miller, vice president and economic advisor, discusses the merits and demerits of an increasing minimum wage.
Preston J. Miller
September 1999 - The Region

Myths of Rich and Poor: Why We're Better Off Than We Think

Book Review
Preston J. Miller
March 1999 - The Region

Changes in Hours Worked Since 1950

Ellen R. McGrattan, Richard Rogerson
December 1998 - Quarterly Review

Capital-Skill Complementarity and Inequality: A Macroeconomic Analysis

Lee E. Ohanian, Giovanni L. Violante, José-Víctor Ríos-Rull, Per Krusell
September 1997 - Staff Report

Marital Risk and Capital Accumulation

José-Víctor Ríos-Rull, Luis Cubeddu
July 1997 - Staff Report

An Empirical Analysis of Income Dynamics Among Men in the PSID: 1968–1989

John F. Geweke, Michael P. Keane
June 1997 - Staff Report

Can the Mortensen-Pissarides Matching Model Match the Business Cycle Facts?

Harold L. Cole, Richard Rogerson
December 1996 - Staff Report

Pattern Bargaining

Antonio Merlo, Robert Marshall
November 1996 - Staff Report

Valuation Equilibria With Clubs

Edward C. Prescott, Harold L. Cole
March 1996 - Staff Report

Industry Evolution and Transition: Measuring Investment in Organization Capital

Patrick J. Kehoe, Andrew Atkeson
November 1995 - Staff Report

Social Insurance and Transition

Patrick J. Kehoe, Andrew Atkeson
November 1995 - Staff Report

A New Idea for Welfare Reform

Michael P. Keane
April 1995 - Quarterly Review

Estimating Substitution Elasticities in Household Production Models

Peter Rupert, Randall Wright, Richard Rogerson
December 1994 - Staff Report

Waving a Warning Flag

Top of the Ninth: Government programs and their effects on number of jobs.
Preston J. Miller
March 1993 - The Region

The Labor Market Implications of Unemployment Insurance and Short-Time Compensation

Randall Wright
July 1991 - Quarterly Review

A Note on Labor Contracts With Private Information and Household Production

Ed Nosal, Randall Wright, Richard Rogerson
January 1991 - Staff Report

Bad News From a Forecasting Model of the U.S. Economy

David E. Runkle
September 1990 - Quarterly Review

The U.S. Economy in 1989 and 1990: Walking a Fine Line

David E. Runkle, Preston J. Miller
December 1989 - Quarterly Review

A Simple Way to Estimate Current-Quarter GNP

Preston J. Miller, Terry J. Fitzgerald
September 1989 - Quarterly Review

P*: Not the Inflation Forecaster's Holy Grail

Lawrence J. Christiano
September 1989 - Quarterly Review

The U.S. Economy in 1990 and 1991: Continued Expansion Likely

David E. Runkle
September 1989 - Quarterly Review

Are Economic Forecasts Rational?

David E. Runkle, Michael P. Keane
April 1989 - Quarterly Review

Labor Contracts in a Model of Imperfect Competition

V. V. Chari, Larry E. Jones, Rodolfo E. Manuelli
January 1989 - Staff Report

Why No Crunch From the Crash?

David E. Runkle
December 1988 - Quarterly Review

Forecasting and Modeling the U.S. Economy in 1986-88

Richard M. Todd, William Roberds
December 1987 - Quarterly Review

The Quantitative Significance of the Lucas Critique

Preston J. Miller, William Roberds
December 1987 - Staff Report

Monetary Targeting in a Dynamic Macro Model

William Roberds
July 1987 - Staff Report

Solution of Linear-Quadratic-Gaussian Dynamic Games Using Variational Methods

William Roberds
July 1986 - Staff Report

How Monetary Policy in 1985 Affects the Outlook

Robert B. Litterman
September 1985 - Quarterly Review

Above-Average National Growth in 1985 and 1986

Robert B. Litterman
September 1984 - Quarterly Review

Forecasting and Policy Analysis With Bayesian Vector Autoregression Models

Robert B. Litterman
September 1984 - Quarterly Review

Improving Economic Forecasting With Bayesian Vector Autoregression

Richard M. Todd
September 1984 - Quarterly Review

More Growth Ahead for Ninth District States

Hossain Amirizadeh, Richard M. Todd
September 1984 - Quarterly Review

Probable Future Competition in Banking Antitrust Determination: Research Findings

Michael J. Stutzer
July 1984 - Quarterly Review

The U.S. Economy in 1980: Shockwaves From 1979

Preston J. Miller, Thomas H. Turner, Thomas M. Supel
December 1980 - Quarterly Review

Supply-Side Tax Cuts: Will They Reduce Inflation?

Thomas M. Supel
September 1980 - Quarterly Review

Last Fall's Policy Changes: A Sound Program for Reducing Inflation

Thomas M. Supel
December 1979 - Quarterly Review

The Regional Economy in 1977 and 1978

David S. Dahl
December 1978 - Quarterly Review

The U.S. Economy in 1977 and 1978

Thomas M. Supel
December 1978 - Quarterly Review

TIP: The Wrong Way to Fight Inflation

Preston J. Miller
April 1978 - Quarterly Review

The Right Way to Price Federal Reserve Services

Preston J. Miller
July 1977 - Quarterly Review

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