2013 Early Career Research Grantees

  • Andreas Mueller, Columbia Business School, on the topic "Skill, Sorting and Cyclical Unemployment: Evidence from Sweden."
  • Yingying Dong, University of California-Irvine, on the topic "Mandatory Retirement and Its Impacts on Consumption in China."
  • Clement Joubert, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, on the topic "A Structural Dynamic Analysis of Over-Education and Mismatch."
  • Dayanand Manoli, University of Texas at Austin, on the topic "Are There Returns to Experience at Low-Skill Jobs? Evidence from Single Mothers in the United States Over the 1990s."
  • Melissa McInerney and Peter McHenry, College of William and Mary, on the topic "Do Hispanic Workers Face Wage Penalties in the U.S. Labor Market?"
  • Jonathan Meer, Texas A&M University, on the topic "The Minimum Wage and Employment Outcomes."
  • Carlianne Patrick, Georgia State University, on the topic "Jobless Capital?: The Role of Capital Subsidies."
  • Vincent Pohl, Queen’s University, on the topic "The Effect of Health Shocks on Earnings. Evidence from Chile."
  • Greg Schrock, Portland State University, on the topic "Are First Source Hiring Agreements Effective? Evidence from Oregon."
  • Daniel Shoag, Harvard University, on the topic "Housing Policies and the Labor Market."