Kenneth Troske
Kenneth Troske
Professor of Economics, University of Kentucky
Verified email at uky.edu
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Workers, wages, and technology
M Doms, T Dunne, KR Troske
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 112 (1), 253-290, 1997
11521997
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
7511999
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
6292003
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
4242004
Evidence on the employer size-wage premium from worker-establishment matched data
KR Troske
Review of Economics and Statistics 81 (1), 15-26, 1999
3731999
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
3382014
Market forces and sex discrimination
JK Hellerstein, D Neumark, KR Troske
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 1997
2931997
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
2161997
On measuring segregation in samples with small units
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 15 (4), 402-409, 1997
2001997
Sex segregation in US manufacturing
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
ILR Review 51 (3), 445-464, 1998
1801998
Gender segregation in small firms
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
Journal of Human Resources, 503-533, 1995
1521995
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
1372007
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
1331999
Interfirm segregation and the black/white wage gap
WJ Carrington, KR Troske
Journal of Labor Economics 16 (2), 231-260, 1998
1131998
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
1122006
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
1092001
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
1052005
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 Hellerstein, D Neumark, K Troske
Contributions to Economic Analysis 241, 175-204, 1999
811999
The worker-establishment characteristics database
KR Troske
Labor statistics measurement issues, 371-404, 1998
791998
The dynamic adjustment process of firm entry and exit in manufacturing and finance, insurance, and real estate
KR Troske
The Journal of Law and Economics 39 (2), 705-735, 1996
631996
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