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    • Acemoglu, D., Autor, D., & Lyle, D. (2004) "Women, war and wages: The effect of female labor supply on the wage structure at mid-century" Journal of Political Economy
    • Chapter 3
    • Angrist, J., & Krueger D. (1991) "Does compulsory school attendance affect schooling and earnings?" Quarterly Journal of Economics
    • Chapter 4
    • Lalive, R., van Ours, J., & Zweimuller, J. (2006) "How changes in financial incentives affect the duration of unemployment" Review of Economic Studies
    • Chapter 5
    • Lang, K., & Manove, M. (2011) "Education and labor market discrimination" American Economic Review
    • Chapter 8
    • O'Neill, J., & O'Neill, D. (2006) "What do wage differentials tell us about labor market discrimination?" Research in Labor Economics
    • Chapter 8
    • Autorn, D., & Dorn, D. (2013) "The growth of low-skill service jobs and the polarization of the U.S. labor market" American Economic Review
    • Chapter 10
    • Boustan, L., Fishback, P., & Kantor, S. (2010) "The effect of internal migration on local labor markets: American cities during the great depression" Journal of Labor Economics
    • Chapter 11
    • Dutt, P., Devashish, M., & Priya, R. (2009) "International trade and unemployment: Theory and cross-national evidence" Journal of International Economics
    • Chapter 11
    • Eissa, N., & Liebman, J. (1996) "Labor supply responses to the earned income tax credit" Quarterly Journal of Economics
    • Chapter 12
    • Card, D., & Krueger, A. (1994) "Minimum wages and employment: A cases study of the fast-food industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania" American Economic Review
    • Chapter 12
    • CrĂ©pon, B., Duflo, E., Gurgand, M., Rathelot, R., & Zamora, P. (2013) "Do labor market policies have displacement effects? Evidence from a clustered randomized experiment" Quarterly Journal of Economics
    • Chapter 14