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Institute on Education and the Economy


Labor Markets

Work and Opportunity in the Post-Industrial Labor Market

IEE completed a major project that examines how economic restructuring in the United States has affected the career development and mobility paths of young workers. A detailed summary of this project can be found in IEE Brief No. 19. The project was supported by grants from the Russell Sage and Rockefeller Foundations. A team of investigators headed the project: Dr. Annette Bernhardt (former Senior Research Associate at the Institute), Dr. Martina Morris (Pennsylvania State University), Dr. Mark Handcock (Pennsylvania State University), and Dr. Marc Scott (former Senior Research Associate at the Institute).

Publications

Divergent Paths: Economic Mobility in the New American Labor Market
Annette Bernhardt, Martina Morris, Mark S. Handcock, & Marc A. Scott – 2001
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Trends in Job Instability and Wages for Young Adult Men (IEE Working Paper 8)
Annette Bernhardt, Martina Morris, Mark S. Handcock, & Marc Scott – February 1998
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Inequality and Mobility: Trends in Wage Growth for Young Adults (IEE Working Paper 7)
Annette Bernhardt, Martina Morris, Mark S. Handcock, & Marc Scott – July 1998
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Summary of Findings: Work and Opportunity in the Post-Industrial Labor Market (IEE Working Paper 6)
Annette Bernhardt, Martina Morris, Mark S. Handcock, & Marc Scott – February 1998
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Random Effects Models for Wage Profile Heterogeneity
Marc A. Scott & Mark S. Handcock – August 1998
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA

The Transition to Work in the Post-Industrial Labor Market
Martina Morris & Annette Bernhardt – August 1998
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA

Contact

Marc Scott
marc.scott@nyu.edu

 


 

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