David Neumark

Chancellor's Professor of Economics

Department of Economics, University of California -- Irvine

NLS user since 1985

Citations
  • Neumark, David, 2002, “Youth Labor Markets in the U.S.: Shopping Around vs. Staying Put,” Review of Economics and Statistics, pp. 462-482.
  • Gardecki, Rosella, and David Neumark, 1998, “Order from Chaos? The Effects of Youth Labor Market Experiences on Adult Labor Market Outcomes,” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, pp. 299-322.
  • Johnson, Richard, and David Neumark, 1997, “Age Discrimination, Job Separations, and Employment Status of Older Workers: Evidence from Self-Reports,” Journal of Human Resources, pp. 779-811.
  • Neumark, David and Michele McLennan, 1995, “Sex Discrimination and Women's Labor Market Outcomes,” Journal of Human Resources, pp. 713-40.
  • Neumark, David and Michele McLennan, 1995, “Sex Discrimination and Women's Labor Market Outcomes,” Journal of Human Resources, pp. 713-40.
  • Korenman, Sanders D. and David Neumark, 1991, “Does Marriage Really Make Men More Productive?” Journal of Human Resources, pp. 282-307.
Why I chose NLS data

In my early research focusing on earnings differences between men and women, the longitudinal nature of the data provided by the NLS surveys was invaluable to getting at more rigorous evidence than the typical cross-sectional data sets permitted, and the wealth of unusual information (such as on self-reported discrimination) allowed for analyses that were simply impossible with other data.