Publications by UW Faculty, Post-Docs, and Grad students using restricted data at RDCs.
Atalay, Enghin, et al. “How wide is the firm border?.” The Quarterly Journal of Economics 134.4 (2019): 1845-1882.
Atalay, Enghin. “How important are sectoral shocks?.” (2014). Center for Economic Studies Discussion Paper 14-31.
Atalay, Enghin. “Materials prices and productivity.” Journal of the European Economic Association 12.3 (2014): 575-611.
Atalay, Enghin, Ali Hortaçsu, and Chad Syverson. “Vertical integration and input flows.” The American Economic Review 104.4 (2014): 1120-1148.
Allen, Chenoa D. “Who loses public health insurance when states pass restrictive omnibus immigration-related laws? The moderating role of county Latino density.” Health & Place 54 (2018): 20-28.
Allen, Chenoa D., and Clea A. McNeely. “Do restrictive omnibus immigration laws reduce enrollment in public health insurance by Latino citizen children? A comparative interrupted time series study.” Social Science & Medicine 191 (2017): 19-29.
Burns, Marguerite, Laura Dague, and Joshua Witter, “Public health insurance, health status, and retirement decisions,” SSA Retirement Research Center Working Paper, December 2018.
Burns, Marguerite E., et al. “Uninsurance and its correlates among poor adults with disabilities.” Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 23.4 (2012): 1630.
Burns, Marguerite E. “Medicaid managed care and cost containment in the adult disabled population.” Medical care 47.10 (2009): 1069.
Burns, Marguerite E. “Medicaid managed care and health care access for adult beneficiaries with disabilities.” Health services research 44.5p1 (2009): 1521-1541.
Fletcher, Jason M. “Examining the long-term mortality effects of early health shocks.” Applied Economics Letters 26, no. 11 (2019): 902-908.
Fletcher, Jason M. “New evidence on the impacts of early exposure to the 1918 influenza pandemic on old-age mortality.” Biodemography and Social Biology 64, no. 2 (2018): 123-126.
Fletcher, Jason M., and David E. Frisvold. “The relationship between the School Breakfast Program and food insecurity.” Journal of Consumer Affairs 51, no. 3 (2017): 481-500.
Fletcher, Jason M. “Examining the Long Term Mortality Effects of Early Health Shocks.” (2014). Center for Economic Studies Discussion Paper 14-19
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Honoré, Florence, and Martin Ganco. “Entrepreneurial teams’ acquisition of talent: a two-sided approach.” (2016). Center for Economic Studies Discussion Paper 16-45.
R Agarwal, B Campbell, A Franco, M Ganco, What Do I Take With Me? The Mediating Effect of Spin-out Team Size and Tenure on the Founder–Firm Performance Relationship, ACAD MANAGE J, June 1, 2016, vol. 59 no. 3 1060-1087
Agarwal, Rajshree, Benjamin A. Campbell, April Franco, and Martin Ganco. “What do i take with me: the impact of transfer and replication of resources on parent and spin-out firm performance.” (2011). Center for Economic Studies Discussion Paper 11-06.
Campbell, Benjamin A., Martin Ganco, April M. Franco, and Rajshree Agarwal. “Who leaves, where to, and why worry? Employee mobility, entrepreneurship and effects on source firm performance.” Strategic Management Journal 33, no. 1 (2012): 65-87.
Ganco, Martin. 2013. “Cutting the Gordian Knot: The Effect of Knowledge Complexity on Employee Mobility and Entrepreneurship.” Strategic Management Journal 34: 666–686.
Dunn, Richard A., and Brent Hueth. 2016. “Food and Agricultural Industries: Opportunities for Improving Measurement and Reporting.” Center for Economic Studies Discussion Paper 16-58.
Richard A. Dunn, Brent Hueth; Food and Agricultural Industries: Opportunities for Improving Measurement and Reporting, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 99, Issue 2, 1 March 2017, Pages 510–523.
Myerson, Rebecca. “Information Gaps and Health Insurance Enrollment: Evidence from Affordable Care Act Assister Programs.” Available at SSRN 3384980 (2019).
Wang, Yang, Susan Averett, and Julie Smith. “Minimum Wages and the Health of Immigrants Children” (2019) Working Paper.
Williams, Austin M. “Understanding the micro-determinants of defensive behaviors against pollution.” Ecological Economics 163 (2019)