Charles Brown
Charles Brown
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The employer size-wage effect
C Brown, J Medoff
Journal of political Economy 97 (5), 1027-1059, 1989
20501989
Measurement error in survey data
J Bound, C Brown, N Mathiowetz
Handbook of econometrics 5, 3705-3843, 2001
14122001
The effect of the minimum wage on employment and unemployment
C Brown, C Gilroy, A Kohen
Journal of Economic literature 20 (2), 487-528, 1982
1279*1982
The effect of the minimum wage on employment and unemployment
C Brown, C Gilroy, A Kohen
Journal of Economic literature 20 (2), 487-528, 1982
1279*1982
Equalizing differences in the labor market
C Brown
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 94 (1), 113-134, 1980
8931980
Employers large and small
C Brown, J Hamilton, JL Medoff
Harvard University Press, 1990
8551990
Minimum wages, employment, and the distribution of income
C Brown
Handbook of labor economics 3, 2101-2163, 1999
6901999
Trade unions in the production process
C Brown, J Medoff
Journal of political economy 86 (3), 355-378, 1978
6221978
Evidence on the validity of cross-sectional and longitudinal labor market data
J Bound, C Brown, GJ Duncan, WL Rodgers
Journal of Labor Economics 12 (3), 345-368, 1994
4871994
Sex-based differences in school content and the male-female wage gap
C Brown, M Corcoran
Journal of Labor Economics 15 (3), 431-465, 1997
4681997
Assistance to the Poor in a Federal System
CC Brown, WE Oates
Journal of Public Economics 32 (3), 307-330, 1987
4511987
Firms' choice of method of pay
C Brown
ILR Review 43 (3), 165-S-182-S, 1990
4401990
Minimum wage laws: Are they overrated?
C Brown
Journal of Economic Perspectives 2 (3), 133-145, 1988
2841988
The impact of firm acquisitions on labor
C Brown, JL Medoff
Corporate takeovers: Causes and consequences, 9-32, 1988
265*1988
Firm age and wages
C Brown, JL Medoff
Journal of Labor Economics 21 (3), 677-697, 2003
2332003
Time-series evidence of the effect of the minimum wage on youth employment and unemployment
CC Brown, C Gilroy, AI Kohen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1981
2021981
Black-white earnings ratios since the Civil Rights Act of 1964: The importance of labor market dropouts
C Brown
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 99 (1), 31-44, 1984
1951984
Errors in survey reports of earnings, hours worked, and hourly wages
WL Rodgers, C Brown, GJ Duncan
Journal of the American Statistical Association 88 (424), 1208-1218, 1993
1771993
Empirical evidence on private training
CC Brown
University of Michigan, 1990
1481990
Measurement error in cross-sectional and longitudinal labor market surveys: Results from two validation studies
J Bound, CC Brown, G Duncan, WL Rodgers
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1989
1421989
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