Graduate School of Design
Cambridge, MA 02138
Institutional Affiliation: Harvard University
NBER Working Papers and Publications
|October 2016||Childhood Housing and Adult Earnings: A Between-Siblings Analysis of Housing Vouchers and Public Housing|
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We create a national-level longitudinal data set to analyze how children’s participation in public and voucher-assisted housing affects age 26 earnings and adult incarceration. Naïve OLS estimates suggest that returns to subsidized housing participation are negative, but that relationship is driven by household selection into assisted housing. Household fixed-effects estimates indicate that additional years of public housing and voucher-assisted housing increase adult earnings by 4.9% and 4.7% for females and 5.1% and 2.6% for males, respectively. Childhood participation in assisted housing also reduces the likelihood of adult incarceration for males and females from all household race/ethnicity groups.
|April 2014||Job Displacement and the Duration of Joblessness: The Role of Spatial Mismatch|
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This paper presents a new approach to the measurement of the effects of spatial mismatch that takes advantage of matched employer-employee administrative data integrated with a person-specific job accessibility measure, as well as demographic and neighborhood characteristics. The basic hypothesis is that if spatial mismatch is present, then improved accessibility to appropriate jobs should shorten the duration of unemployment. We focus on lower-income workers with strong labor force attachment searching for employment after being subject to a mass layoff - thereby focusing on a group of job searchers that are plausibly searching for exogenous reasons. We construct person-specific measures of job accessibility based upon an empirical model of transport modal choice and network travel-time d...
Published: Job Displacement and the Duration of Joblessness: The Role of Spatial Mismatch Fredrik Andersson , John C. Haltiwanger , Mark J. Kutzbach , Henry O. Pollakowski , and Daniel H. Weinberg The Review of Economics and Statistics 0 0:0 citation courtesy of
|January 1990||The Dynamics of Housing Demand by the Elderly: User Cost Effects|
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in Issues in the Economics of Aging, David A. Wise, editor