Ken Troske
Ken Troske
Professor of Economics, University of Kentucky
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Workers, wages, and technology
M Doms, T Dunne, KR Troske
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 112 (1), 253-290, 1997
Wages, productivity, and worker characteristics: Evidence from plant-level production functions and wage equations
JK Hellerstein, D Neumark, KR Troske
Journal of labor economics 17 (3), 409-446, 1999
New evidence on sex segregation and sex differences in wages from matched employee-employer data
K Bayard, J Hellerstein, D Neumark, K Troske
Journal of labor Economics 21 (4), 887-922, 2003
Wage and productivity dispersion in United States manufacturing: The role of computer investment
T Dunne, L Foster, J Haltiwanger, KR Troske
Journal of Labor Economics 22 (2), 397-429, 2004
Evidence on the employer size-wage premium from worker-establishment matched data
KR Troske
Review of Economics and Statistics 81 (1), 15-26, 1999
The labor-market returns to community college degrees, diplomas, and certificates
C Jepsen, K Troske, P Coomes
Journal of Labor Economics 32 (1), 95-121, 2014
Market forces and sex discrimination
JK Hellerstein, D Neumark, KR Troske
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1997
Technology and jobs: secular changes and cyclical dynamics
T Dunne, J Haltiwanger, KR Troske
Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 46, 107-178, 1997
On measuring segregation in samples with small units
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 15 (4), 402-409, 1997
Sex segregation in US manufacturing
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
ILR Review 51 (3), 445-464, 1998
Assessment's Place in the New MOOC World.
C Sandeen
Research & practice in assessment 8, 5-12, 2013
Gender segregation in small firms
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
Journal of Human Resources, 503-533, 1995
Using state administrative data to measure program performance
PR Mueser, KR Troske, A Gorislavsky
The Review of Economics and Statistics 89 (4), 761-783, 2007
Examining the employer-size wage premium in the manufacturing, retail trade, and service industries using employer-employee matched data
K Bayard, KR Troske
American Economic Review 89 (2), 99-103, 1999
Interfirm segregation and the black/white wage gap
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
Journal of Labor Economics 16 (2), 231-260, 1998
The relative importance of employer and employee effects on compensation: A comparison of France and the United States
JM Abowd, F Kramarz, DN Margolis, KR Troske
Journal of the Japanese and international Economies 15 (4), 419-436, 2001
The effects of welfare-to-work program activities on labor market outcomes
A Dyke, CJ Heinrich, PR Mueser, KR Troske, KS Jeon
Journal of Labor Economics 24 (3), 567-607, 2006
Welfare to temporary work: Implications for labor market outcomes
CJ Heinrich, PR Mueser, KR Troske
Review of Economics and Statistics 87 (1), 154-173, 2005
The creation and analysis of employer-employee matched data
JC Haltiwanger, JI Lane, JR Spletzer, JJM Theeuwes, KR Troske
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 1999
Why are racial and ethnic wage gaps larger for men than for women? Exploring the role of segregation using the new worker-establishment characteristics database
K Bayard, J Ilellerstein, D Neumark, K Troske
The creation and analysis of employer-employee matched data, 175-203, 1999
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