2016 Early Career Research Award (ECRA) winners

  • Labor Market and Program Participation Impacts of Health and Productivity Shocks: Evidence from Forest Fire Smoke,  Mark Borgschulte, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  • The Effect of Paid Sick Leave Mandates on Labor and Health Outcomes, Kevin Callison, Grand Valley State University
  • Labor Market Effects of Algorithmic Hiring: Evidence from Field and Natural Experiments,  Bo Cowgill, Columbia University
  • The Effects of Credit Constraints in College on Human Capital and Labor Supply, Jeff Denning, Brigham Young University
  • The Impact of Labor Market Shocks on Household Financial Outcomes and Migration, Rafael Dix-Carneiro, Duke University
  • Knowledge and Networking in Professional Labor Markets: Do Conferences Impact Scientific Careers?, Ina Ganguli, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Gender, Peer Advising, and College Success, Seth Gershenson, American University
  • The Effect of Demand Shocks on Human Capital Acquisition Strategies: The Case of Adobe Flash Workers, John Horton, New York University
  • Examining the Labor Market Effects of Public Pension Design, L. Patten Mahler, Centre College
  • Understanding the Labor Market Effects of Legalizing Undocumented Immigrants, Ferran Elias Moreno, University of Copenhagen
  • The Effects of Strikes on Hospital Production: Evidence from California, Samuel Kleiner, Cornell University
  • The Effect of Pension Tax Reductions on Labor Supply, Olga Malkova, University of Kentucky
  • The Temporary Migration Response to Industry-Specific Shocks: Evidence from the U.S. Shale Boom, Mallory Vachon, Louisiana State University

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