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Contributions: 28 May 2004

 


USING NSF AND OTHER DATA CREATIVELY TO ANALYZE THE S&E JOB MARKET

The Science and Engineering Workforce Project
of the National Bureau of Economic Research

Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
May 28, 2004
Richard B. Freeman and Daniel L. Goroff: Organizers

The National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington VA, Meeting Room 375



Posted Contributions



USE OF NSF CONFIDENTAL FILES

Keith Bender (paper joint with John Heywood)
“Job Satisfaction and the Highly Educated: The Role of Gender, Academic Tenure, and Comparison Income”  [pdf]

Catherine Weinberger (paper joint with Peter Kuhn)
“The Narrowing of the U.S. Gender Earnings Gap, 1969-1999: A Cohort-Based Analysis"  [pdf]

George Borjas
“The Impact of Foreign Students on the Earnings of Doctorates”  [pdf]

Shulamit Kahn (paper joint with Donna K. Ginther)
“Women and Economics: Moving Up or Falling off the Academic Career Ladder?”  [pdf]

Peter Orazem
"Returns to Graduate and Professional Education: The Roles of Mathematical and Verbal Skills by Major"(with Moohoun Song)  [pdf]
Also of Interest --
"Differences in Earnings and Sectoral Choices of Doctorates in the United States, by Sex and Race" (with Yoon-Tien Yap)  [pdf]



ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CAREER SURVEY

David Blockstein (presenting)
“Campus to Careers: The Career Paths of Alumni of Interdisciplinary Environmental Programs”  [powerpoint]

From the Renewable Resources Journal
"Federal Natural Resources Agencies Confront an Aging Workforce and Challenges to Their Future Roles"  [pdf]



ANALYSIS OF STUDENT INFLOW INTO MATHEMATICS

Philip M. Sadler
"Factors Influencing College Success in Mathematics (FICSMATH)"  [msword]
Also of Interest --
“Psychometric Models of Student Conceptions in Science: Reconciling Qualitative Studies and Distractor-Driven Assessment Instruments”  [pdf]
"Success in Introductory College Physics: The Role of High School Preparation" (with Robert Tai)  [pdf]