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Derek Neal
Derek Neal
Professor of Economics, University of Chicago
Verified email at uchicago.edu
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The role of premarket factors in black-white wage differences
DA Neal, WR Johnson
Journal of political Economy 104 (5), 869-895, 1996
20231996
Industry-specific human capital: Evidence from displaced workers
D Neal
Journal of labor Economics 13 (4), 653-677, 1995
15231995
The effects of Catholic secondary schooling on educational achievement
D Neal
Journal of Labor Economics 15 (1, Part 1), 98-123, 1997
10351997
Left behind by design: Proficiency counts and test-based accountability
D Neal, DW Schanzenbach
The Review of Economics and Statistics 92 (2), 263-283, 2010
8152010
The complexity of job mobility among young men
D Neal
Journal of labor Economics 17 (2), 237-261, 1999
6871999
Why has black–white skill convergence stopped?
D Neal
Handbook of the Economics of Education 1, 511-576, 2006
3972006
The measured black-white wage gap among women is too small
D Neal
Journal of political Economy 112 (S1), S1-S28, 2004
3232004
How vouchers could change the market for education
D Neal
Journal of Economic Perspectives 16 (4), 25-44, 2002
3172002
The design of performance pay in education
D Neal
Handbook of the Economics of Education 4, 495-550, 2011
2672011
Theories of the Distribution of Earnings
D Neal, S Rosen
Handbook of income distribution 1, 379-427, 2000
2672000
Further evidence on the effects of Catholic secondary schooling [with comments]
J Grogger, D Neal, EA Hanushek, RM Schwab
Brookings-Wharton papers on urban affairs, 151-201, 2000
2382000
Pay for percentile
G Barlevy, D Neal
American Economic Review 102 (5), 1805-1831, 2012
2102012
The masculine self in late medieval England
DG Neal
University of Chicago Press, 2019
2012019
Basic skills and the black-white earnings gap
WR Johnson, D Neal
The black-white test score gap, 480-497, 1998
1701998
The prison boom and the lack of black progress after Smith and Welch
D Neal, A Rick
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
1642014
The link between ability and specialization: An explanation for observed correlations between wages and mobility rates
D Neal
Journal of Human Resources, 173-200, 1998
1141998
What have we learned about the benefits of private schooling
D Neal
Economic Policy Review 4 (1), 79-86, 1998
1101998
The relationship between marriage market prospects and never-married motherhood
D Neal
Journal of Human resources 39 (4), 938-957, 2004
972004
Evaluating a simple method for estimating black–white gaps in median wages
W Johnson, Y Kitamura, D Neal
American Economic Review 90 (2), 339-343, 2000
932000
Supervision and wages across industries
D Neal
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 409-417, 1993
911993
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