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Econ Seminar: Michael Lovenheim, Cornell University
Monopsony, Skills, and Labor Market Concentration
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Workshop on Data Equity Issues in Quantifying Racism, Race, and Ethnicity (Virtual)
Workshop on Data Equity Issues in Quantifying Racism, Race, and Ethnicity (Virtual)with Dr. Alyasah Ali Sewell
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Race, Equity and Public Policy Speaker Series: Dr. Victor Ray
Race, Equity and Public Policy Speaker Series: Racialized Burdens - Applying Racialized Organization Theory to the Administrative State with Dr. Victor Ray
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Econ Seminar: Christopher Taber, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Skill Prices, Occupations, and Changes in the Wage Structure for Low Skilled Men"
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What Women Want: Family Formation and Labor Market Responses to Marriage Incentives
Family structure in the United States has shifted substantially over the last three decades, yet the causes and implications of these changes for the well-being of family members remains unclear. This paper exploits task-based shifts in demand as an exogenous shock to sex-specific wages to demonstrate the role of the relative female to male wage in the family and labor market outcomes of women. I show that increases in the relative wage lead to a decline in the likelihood of marriage for those on the margin of a first marriage, and present suggestive evidence that these effects are concentrated among less-desirable matches. A higher relative wage also causes women to increase their hours of work, reduce their dependence on a male earner, and increase the likelihood of taking guardianship over their children. These findings indicate that improvements in the relative wage have facilitated women’s independence by reducing the monetary incentive for marriage, and can account for 20% of the decline in marriage between 1980 and 2010.
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Selection on Ability and the Early Career Growth in Gender Wage Gap
Seminar: Labor/Public Finance/Development; Rodrigo Soares, Columbia SIPA
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JPSM Seminar Series: Katherine Blackburn
JPSM alumna speaks on Improving Data Quality for Web Surveys in Real Time through Predictive Modeling Using Paradata
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Colloquium Series Lecture
The Ethics of Making Babies in the Face of Climate Change
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AREC Seminar Series - Andrew Foster, Brown University
Are there too many farms in the world? Labor-market transaction costs, machine capacities and optimal farm size
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JPSM Seminar Series - Brian Kim, JPSM
TBD
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