National Longitudinal Surveys Discussion Papers

NLS Discussion Papers report the work of external researchers who have been funded by BLS to evaluate and improve NLS data. For more information about this series and the NLS, please visit the National Longitudinal Surveys page.

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Title Author(s)
Poverty Dynamics Among Mature Women: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Surveys, 1967-1989 Parsons
Incentive Pay, Information, and Earnings: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Bronars and Moore
The Effect of Interview Length on Attrition in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Branden, Gritz, and Pergamit
Technological Change and the Skill Acquisition of Young Workers Bartel and Sicherman
Assessing School to Work Transitions in the United States Pergamit
High School Employment Light
Capital Market Constraints, Parental Wealth and the Transition to self-Employment among Men and Women Dunn and Holtz-Eakin
The Intergenerational Effects of Fatherlessness on Educational Attainment and Entry-Level Wages Grogger and Ronan
Training, Wages, and the Human Capital Model Veum
An Analysis of the Consequences of Employer Linked Health Insurance Coverage in the United States Slade
Report on the NLSY Round 16 Recall Experiment Dugoni, Lee, and Tourangeau
Employer Learning and Statistical Discrimination Altonji and Pierret
Employer Learning and the Signaling Value of Education Altonji and Pierret
Work Experience, Job Tenure, Job Separation, and Wage Growth Lillard


Title Author(s)
Retirement in a Family Context: A Structural Model for Husbands and Wives Gustman and Steinmeier
Employment Continuity Among New Mothers Klerman and Leibowitz
Transitions from School to Work: A Survey of Research Using the National Longitudinal Surveys Light
High School Employment: Consumption or Investment Ruhm
Informal Training: A Review of Existing Data and Some New Evidence Lowenstein and Spletzer
The Evolving Structures of Female Work Activites: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Surveys, 1967-1989 Parsons


Title Author(s)
Characterizing Leave for Maternity: Modeling the NLSY Data Klerman


Title Author(s)
Women's Employment During Pregnancy and Following Birth Leibowitz, Klerman, and Waite
Evaluating Competing Theories of Worker Mobility Farber
Participation in Low-Wage Labor Markets by Young Men Gritz and MaCurdy
Determinants and Consequences of Public Sector and Private Sector Training Heckman, Cameron, and Schochet


Title Author(s)
A Comparison of Computer-Assisted Personal Interviews (CAPI) with Paper-and-Pencil Interviews (PAPI) in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Bradburn, Frankel, Baker, and Pergamit
Dynamic Models of the Joint Determination of Labor Supply and Family Structure Schwartz, Hutchens, and Jakubson
The Impact of Private Sector Training on Race and Gender Wage Differentials and the Career Patterns of Young Workers Lynch
How the Federal Government Uses Data from the National Longitudinal Surveys Pergamit
Work Experience, Job Tenure, Job Separation, and Wage Growth Lillard


Title Author(s)
Self-Selection and Internal Migration in the United States Borjas, Bronars, and Trejo
Gender Differences in the Quit Behavior of Young Workers Light and Ureta
Family Background and Labor Market Outcomes Altonji and Dunn
A Study of Intercohort Change in Women's Work Patterns and Earnings Hill and O'Neill


Title Author(s)
The Effects of Unemployment Compensation on the Unemployment of Youth Cameron, Gritz, and MaCurdy
Evaluation of the 1989 Child-care Supplement in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Mott and Baker
Responses of Female Labor Supply and Fertility to the Demographic Cycle Falaris and Peters


Last Modified Date: July 19, 2008