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Author:Sullivan, Daniel G. 

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Estimating the returns to community college schooling for displaced workers

Studies show that high-tenure displaced workers typically incur substantial long-term earnings losses. As these losses have become increasingly apparent, policy makers have significantly expanded resources for retraining, much of which takes place in regular community college classes. To analyze the effectiveness of such training, we link administrative earnings records with the community college transcript records of workers displaced from jobs during the first half of the 1990s in Washington State. We explore several issues of statistical specification for regression models quantifying the ...
Working Paper Series , Paper WP-02-31

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Unemployment duration and labor market tightness

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Mar

Working Paper
Earnings losses of displaced workers

Working Paper Series, Macroeconomic Issues , Paper 92-28

Journal Article
Growth in worker quality

This article shows that increases in the educational attainment and labor market experience of the U.S. work force have led to an advance in labor productivity of more than 0.2 percentage points per year since the early 1960s. Estimates show, however, some declaration in the pace of labor quality improvements toward the end of the 1990s. Forecasts call for a continued decline over the remainder of the current decade.
Economic Perspectives , Volume 25 , Issue Q IV , Pages 53-74

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Regional growth in worker quality

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue May

Journal Article
Unemployment and wage growth: recent cross-state evidence

This article shows that even in recent years there is a relatively robust, negative cross-state correlation between appropriate measures of unemployment and wage growth.
Economic Perspectives , Volume 25 , Issue Q II

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Does the housing slump account for the slowdown in productivity growth?

The authors explore the entire construction sector, as well as the different classes of workers employed by it, to see how much it may be contributing to the recent slowdown in productivity growth.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jan

Journal Article
The decline in teen labor force participation

The authors examine the recent decline in teen work activity, offering explanations for both the long secular decline since the late 1970s and the recent acceleration in this decline since 2000. They argue that much of this pattern is due to a significant increase in the rewards to formal education. They also explore the importance of changes to labor demand, crowding out by substitutable workers, the increased work activity of mothers, and increases in wealth.
Economic Perspectives , Volume 30 , Issue Q I

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Recent evidence on the relationship between unemployment and wage growth

The current expansion has delivered the lowest unemployment rates in decades, yet nominal wage growth has remained relatively contained. This suggests to some a shift in the historical relationship between unemployment and wage growth. We look across the states for more timely evidence of a change in this relationship. We find some evidence that the elasticity of real wage growth with respect to unemployment has fallen recently, a result that is not due to a compositional shift toward college-educated workers. However, evidence of a weakened relationship is itself weak, depending on ...
Working Paper Series , Paper WP-00-27

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A note on the estimation of linear regression models with Heteroskedastic measurement errors

I consider the estimation of linear regression models when the independent variables are measured with errors whose variances differ across observations, a situation that arises, for example, when the explanatory variables in a regression model are estimates of population parameters based on samples of varying sizes. Replacing the error variance that is assumed common to all observations in the standard errors-in-variables estimator by the mean measurement error variance yields a consistent estimator in the case of measurement error heteroskedasticity. However, another estimator, which I call ...
Working Paper Series , Paper WP-01-23

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