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Steve Woodbury

Professor
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin

Address: 104 Old Botany
Tel: 517.355.4587
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: woodbur2@msu.edu
Web: http://www.upjohn.org/about-us/who-we-are/research-staff/stephen-woodbury

Curriculum Vitae


  • Unemployment and unemployment insurance
  • Worker dislocation
  • Reemployment programs
  • Non-wage benefits, pensions, and health insurance
  • "Wage Posting or Wage Bargaining? A Test Using Dual Jobholders," with Marta Lachowska, Alexandre Mas, and Raffaele Saggio. Journal of Labor Economics, forthcoming.
  • "Do Firm Effects Drift? Workplace Heterogeneity and Wage Inequality in Washington," with Marta Lachowska, Alexandre Mas, and Raffaele Saggio. Journal of Econometrics, forthcoming.
  • "How Reliable Are Administrative Reports of Paid Work Hours?," with Marta Lachowska and Alexandre Mas. Labour Economics, forthcoming.
  • "Sources of Displaced Workers' Long-Term Earnings Losses," with Marta Lachowska and Alexandre Mas. American Economic Review 110 (October 2020): 3231-3266.
  • "Experience Rating and the Dynamics of Financing Unemployment Insurance," with Marta Lachowska and Wayne Vroman. National Tax Journal 77 (September 2020): 673-698.

Please see the faculty member's web site for a copy of the paper in pdf format.

  • "Poor Performance as a Predictable Outcome: Financing the Administration of Unemployment Insurance," with Marta Lachowska and Alexandre Mas. Working Paper #653, Princeton University, Industrial Relations Section
  • "Wage Posting or Wage Bargaining? A Test Using Dual Jobholders," with Marta Lachowska, Alexandre Mas, and Raffaele Saggio. NBER Working paper 28409
  • "Do Firm Effects Drift? Workplace Heterogeneity and Wage Inequality in Washington," with Marta Lachowska, Alexandre Mas, and Raffaele Saggio. NBER Working paper 26653
  • "How Reliable Are Administrative Reports of Paid Work Hours?," with Marta Lachowska and Alexandre Mas. Upjohn Institute Working Paper 361

 
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