Marcus Dillender and Brad Hershbein contributed to several sessions at the recent Southern Economic Association Meetings

Monday, November 20th, 2017

Institute senior economist Marcus Dillender and economist Brad Hershbein contributed to several sessions at the recently-held 87th Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association.

Marcus DillenderDillender served as presenter and author ("The Effect of Temperatures on Workers' Health"); coauthor ("Paid Family Leave Policies, Skill Demand, and Hiring Dynamics: Evidence from Job Postings and Job Flow Data" – w/Brad Hershbein); session chair (Labor Market Consequences); and discussant (Health Care and Labor Markets). See Dillender's session details.

Brad HershbeinHershbein served as presenter and coauthor ("Paid Family Leave Policies, Skill Demand, and Hiring Dynamics: Evidence from Job Postings and Job Flow Data" – w/Marcus Dillender, and "Degrees of Poverty: Family Income Background and the Lifetime College Earnings Premium" – w/Timothy Bartik); and discussant (The Effects of Paid Leave Policies and Maternal and Infant Health). See Hershbein's session details.

The Meetings were held November 17–19 in Tampa.