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Journal Article
Homemade: economic development efforts focus on locals

TEN , Issue Fall , Pages 16-21

Journal Article
Tax credits for job creation and retention: What can we learn from the states?

This Letter describes how state tax credits for job creation and retention are structured in terms of size and function and discusses what lessons from state experiences might be relevant to the public debate over a possible federal credit.
FRBSF Economic Letter

Job polarization in the region

Remarks at the Quarterly Regional Economic Press Briefing, New York City.
Speech , Paper 83

Working Paper
Creating jobs via the 2009 recovery act: state medicaid grants compared to broadly-directed spending

Researchers have used cross-state differences to assess the jobs impact of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (the Recovery Act). Existing studies find that the Act's broadly- directed spending (i.e. excluding tax cuts) increased employment, at a cost-per-job of roughly three to five times that of typical employment compensation in the U.S. Other research finds that a particular component of the Act -emergency Medicaid grants to states -created jobs at a cost of 12% to 20% that of broadly-directed spending. This paper shows that these dif- ferences across the components' impacts ...
Working Papers , Paper 2013-035

Working Paper
India's future: it's about jobs

Projections of sustained strong growth in India depend importantly on the utilization of the huge increase in India's working-age population projected over the next two decades. To date, however, India's economic growth has been concentrated in high-skill and capital-intensive sectors, and has not generated strong employment growth. In this paper, we highlight the tension between India's performance in output and employment, describe the characteristics of India's demographic dividend, and discuss impediments to India's shift away from agriculture.
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 913

Working Paper
Job creation and housing construction: constraints on metropolitan area employment growth

Differences in the supply of housing generate substantial variation in housing prices across the United States. Because housing prices influence migration, the elasticity of housing supply also has an important impact on local labor markets. Specifically, an increase in labor demand will translate into less employment growth and higher wages in places where it is relatively difficult to build new houses. To identify metropolitan areas where the supply of housing is constrained, I assemble evidence on housing supply regulations from a variety of sources. In places with relatively few barriers ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2005-49

Connecting the dots: Texas employment growth; a dissenting vote; and the ugly truth (with reference to P.G. Wodehouse)

Remarks at the Midland Community Forum, Midland, Texas, August 17, 2011 ; "I have spoken to this many times in public. Those with the capacity to hire American workers... are immobilized. Not because they lack entrepreneurial zeal or do not wish to grow; not because they can?t access cheap and available credit. Rather, they simply cannot budget or manage for the uncertainty of fiscal and regulatory policy."
Speeches and Essays , Paper 93

An economic overview: what's next? remembering Carol Reed, Aesop's Fable, Kenneth Arrow and Thomas Dewey

Remarks before the Rotary Club of Dallas, Dallas, Texas, July 13, 2011 ; "We are being challenged as the place to invest job-creating capital. Our fiscal and regulatory authorities do not operate in a vacuum; we live in a globalized, interconnected world where money is free to go to wherever it earns the best return. In their solution to the debt crisis, our political leaders must develop an entirely new structure of incentives for private businesses and investors to put their money to work creating jobs here at home."
Speeches and Essays , Paper 92

Texas: what makes us exceptional? Where are we vulnerable?

Remarks before the Texas Economic Development Council Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, October 6, 2011 ; "We must not lose track of this simple, unalterable, indisputable, critical fact: We have done well so far; our economy is mighty. But to stay ahead of the curve and compete in tomorrow?s global marketplace, Texas must better educate its population."
Speeches and Essays , Paper 96

Working Paper
Labor matching: putting the pieces together

The original Mortensen-Pissarides model possesses two elements that are absent from the commonly used simplified version: the job destruction margin and training costs. I find that these two elements enable a model driven by a single aggregate shock to simultaneously explain most movements involving unemployment, vacancies, job destruction, job creation, the job finding rate and wages. The job destruction margin's role in propagating aggregate shocks is to create an additional pool of unemployed at the onset of a recession. The role of training costs is to explain the simultaneous decline in ...
Working Papers , Paper 1102


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