Topic - Labor

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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

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