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Immigrants and Native Workers: New Analysis Using Longitudinal Employer-Employee Data

From Mette Foged and Giovanni Peri: This paper makes progress on a long standing issue: what is the effect of unskilled immigrants on the labor market outcomes of similarly educated natives? Using the universe of individuals and firms in Denmark for the … Continue reading

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The Dynamic Effects of Personal and Corporate Income Tax Changes in the United States

From Karel Mertens and Morten Ravn: This paper presents evidence on the aggregate effects of changes in federal tax policy in the United States in the post-WWII sample. Exogenous changes in taxes are identified in a vector autoregressive model by proxying latent … Continue reading

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Links for Today: Heckman on Head Start and Mian & Sufi SF Fed paper

1. Heckman on early childhood education 2. Mian and Sufi: Aggregate Demand and State-Level Employment   

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Coveting Thy Neighbor’s Manufacturing – Is State Tax Competition A Zero Sum Game?

Many people have been focused on state tax incentives of late. Earlier I posted about some work by Moretti and Greenstone that concludes local subsidies improve residents’ welfare (perhaps partly due to sizable employment spillovers). With that in mind, I wanted … Continue reading

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