Institute staff and affiliates presenting at 2021 ASSA virtual conference

ASSA Conference in person

Upjohn Institute research staff and affiliated researchers are participating in several sessions at the Allied Social Science Associations' 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting held Jan. 3–5. They'll be presenting, chairing, and discussing papers on a variety of topics.

Sunday, Jan. 3

12:15 to 2:15 p.m.

Affordable Housing
Hosted by: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association
Discussant: Evan Mast

Monday, Jan. 4

10 a.m. to 12 noon
Push and Pull of Labor Supply
Hosted by: Society of Government Economists
Session Chair: Erica Groshen

The Labor Market Effects of Occupational Licensing
Hosted by: Labor and Employment Relations Association
Session Chair: Morris Kleiner

12:15 to 2:15 p.m.
Household Formation, Migration and Black Population Decline in American Cities
Hosted by: American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association
Presenting Author: Evan Mast

Tuesday, Jan 5

10 a.m. to noon
Session: Why and How Do Labor Markets Differ?
Paper: The Response of the Social Safety Net to Recessions
Presenting Author: Brad Hershbein

3:45 to 5:45 p.m.
Session: Employer Responses to Minimum Wage Policy
Hosted By: Labor and Employment Relations Association
Paper: What Do Establishments Do When Wages Increase? Evidence from Minimum Wage in the United States
Presenting Author: Yuci Chen
Discussant: Marta Lachowska



Yuci Chen headshot

Yuci Chen

Brad J. Hershbein headshot

Brad J. Hershbein

Senior Economist and Communications Advisor
Marta Lachowska headshot

Marta Lachowska

Senior Economist
Erica Groshen headshot

Erica Groshen

Research Fellow
Morris M. Kleiner headshot

Morris M. Kleiner

Visiting Scholar