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Katharine Abraham featured in The New York Times on Coronavirus Depression
The U.S. government is trying to build, at great speed, a three-legged stool to prevent long-lasting economic depression from the Coronavirus outbreak
Located in News
Standard measures of Unemployment make U.S. labor market looks a bit too tight
Katharine Abraham and John Haltiwanger examine U.S. labor market tightness by addressing the limitations of the standard measures
Located in Research / Selected Research
Katharine Abraham featured in The New York Times on Unemployment due to COVID-19 Outbreak
Economists expect as many as a record 20 million job losses and an unemployment rate of around 15% in the April job report
Located in News
Katharine Abraham featured in Bloomberg on Job Saving after the COVID-19 Hit
States' short-time compensation, or shared-work programs, are effective in helping retain trained staff members during COVID-19 outbreak
Located in News
Techreport Reference Troff document (with manpage macros)Most Self-Employed Workers Are Independent Contractors
Located in MPRC People / Katharine Abraham, Ph.D. / Katharine Abraham Publications
Katharine Abraham elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
One of an elite group of artists, scholars, scientists and leaders in class of 2020
Located in News
Abraham comments on Work Sharing programs
Programs help keep people employed during temporary crises
Located in News
Melissa Kearney and Katharine Abraham's paper featured in The Hill on Yang's debate over job loss
Heated Democratic debate between Yang and Sen. Warren (D-Mass) on whether automation caused job loss
Located in News
Article Reference Troff document (with manpage macros)The Importance of Informal Work in Supplementing Household Income
According to a Federal Reserve survey, nearly 30 percent of respondents reported informal work for pay in the prior month, ranging from online work to personal services to selling goods. Informal work plays a particularly important role in the household finances of minorities, the unemployed, and those who report financial hardship. Independent contractors, other self-employed, and those with unpredictable work schedules are especially reliant on informal work to supplement their income, possibly symptomatic of inadequate or unstable earnings associated with these types of work.
Located in MPRC People / Katharine Abraham, Ph.D. / Katharine Abraham Publications
American Time Use Research Conference and Workshop
Conference June 25-26, 2009; Workshop, June 22-24, 2009
Located in Research / Sponsored Events