David Card
David Card
Professor of Economics, UC Berkeley
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The causal effect of education on earnings
D Card
Handbook of labor economics 3, 1801-1863, 1999
Minimum wages and employment: A case study of the fast food industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania
D Card, AB Krueger
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993
Myth and measurement: The new economics of the minimum wage
D Card, AB Krueger
Princeton University Press, 2016
Immigrant inflows, native outflows, and the local labor market impacts of higher immigration
D Card
Journal of Labor Economics 19 (1), 22-64, 2001
Estimating the return to schooling: Progress on some persistent econometric problems
D Card
Econometrica 69 (5), 1127-1160, 2001
Does school quality matter? Returns to education and the characteristics of public schools in the United States
D Card, AB Krueger
Journal of political Economy 100 (1), 1-40, 1992
The impact of the Mariel boatlift on the Miami labor market
D Card
Ilr Review 43 (2), 245-257, 1990
Skill-biased technological change and rising wage inequality: Some problems and puzzles
D Card, JE DiNardo
Journal of labor economics 20 (4), 733-783, 2002
Can falling supply explain the rising return to college for younger men? A cohort-based analysis
D Card, T Lemieux
The quarterly journal of economics 116 (2), 705-746, 2001
Active labour market policy evaluations: A meta‐analysis
D Card, J Kluve, A Weber
The economic journal 120 (548), F452-F477, 2010
The effects of immigration on the labor market outcomes of less-skilled natives
JG Altonji, D Card
The new immigrant in the american economy, 137-170, 2018
Workplace heterogeneity and the rise of West German wage inequality
D Card, J Heining, P Kline
The Quarterly journal of economics 128 (3), 967-1015, 2013
Using the longitudinal structure of earnings to estimate the effect of training programs
OC Ashenfelter, D Card
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1984
Using geographic variation in college proximity to estimate the return to schooling
D Card
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993
Is the new immigration really so bad?
D Card
The economic journal 115 (507), F300-F323, 2005
Inequality at work: The effect of peer salaries on job satisfaction
D Card, A Mas, E Moretti, E Saez
American Economic Review 102 (6), 2981-3003, 2012
What works? A meta analysis of recent active labor market program evaluations
D Card, J Kluve, A Weber
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (3), 894-931, 2018
Regression discontinuity inference with specification error
DS Lee, D Card
Journal of Econometrics 142 (2), 655-674, 2008
Immigration and inequality
D Card
American Economic Review 99 (2), 1-21, 2009
On the covariance structure of earnings and hours changes
JM Abowd, D Card
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1986
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