Here are papers completed by WiscRDC researchers.
- Atalay, Enghin, Ali Hortaçsu, Mary Jialin Li, and Chad Syverson. How Wide Is the Firm Border?. No. w23777. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017.
- Atalay, Enghin. “How important are sectoral shocks?.” American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 9.4 (2017): 254-80
- 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.
- 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.
- Dunn, Richard A., and Brent Hueth. “Food and Agricultural Industries: Opportunities for Improving Measurement and Reporting.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 99, no. 2 (2017): 510-523.
- Honoré, Florence, and Martin Ganco. “Entrepreneurial teams’ acquisition of talent: a two-sided approach.” (2016).
- Campbell, B., Ganco, M., Franco, A., & Agarwal, R. Who Leaves, Where to, and Why Worrry? Employee Mobility, Employee Entrepreneurship, and Effects on Source Firm Performance.
- Agarwal, R., Campbell, B. A., Franco, A., & Ganco, M. (2011). What do i take with me: the impact of transfer and replication of resources on parent and spin-out firm performance. US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-11-06.
- Agarwal, R., Campbell, B., Franco, A., & Ganco, M. (2015). What do I take with me?: the mediating effect of spin-out team size and tenure on the founder-firm performance relationship. Academy of Management Journal, amj-2012.
- Fletcher, Jason M. “Examining the Long Term Mortality Effects of Early Health Shocks.” US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-14-19 (2014).
- Fletcher, Jason M. New Evidence On The Impacts Of Early Exposure To The 1918 Influenza Pandemic On Old-Age Mortality. No. 18-06. 2018.
- 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.