Javier Miranda
Javier Miranda
Principal Economist, Economy Wide Statistics (EWD), US Census Bureau
Verified email at census.gov
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Who creates jobs? Small versus large versus young
J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (2), 347-361, 2013
20092013
The role of entrepreneurship in US job creation and economic dynamism
R Decker, J Haltiwanger, R Jarmin, J Miranda
Journal of Economic Perspectives 28 (3), 3-24, 2014
7992014
Volatility and dispersion in business growth rates: Publicly traded versus privately held firms [with comments and discussion]
SJ Davis, J Haltiwanger, R Jarmin, J Miranda, C Foote, E Nagypal
NBER macroeconomics annual 21, 107-179, 2006
4842006
Private equity, jobs, and productivity
SJ Davis, J Haltiwanger, K Handley, R Jarmin, J Lerner, J Miranda
American Economic Review 104 (12), 3956-90, 2014
469*2014
The longitudinal business database
RS Jarmin, J Miranda
Available at SSRN 2128793, 2002
3872002
How firms respond to business cycles: The role of firm age and firm size
TC Fort, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
IMF Economic Review 61 (3), 520-559, 2013
3522013
Where has all the skewness gone? The decline in high-growth (young) firms in the US
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
European Economic Review 86, 4-23, 2016
2412016
Changing business dynamism and productivity: Shocks vs. responsiveness
RA Decker, JC Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
139*2018
Measuring the dynamics of young and small businesses: Integrating the employer and nonemployer universes
SJ Davis, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, CJ Krizan, J Miranda, A Nucci, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2007
1222007
Towards unrestricted public use business microdata: The synthetic longitudinal business database
SK Kinney, JP Reiter, AP Reznek, J Miranda, RS Jarmin, JM Abowd
International Statistical Review 79 (3), 362-384, 2011
1212011
Business volatility, job destruction, and unemployment
SJ Davis, RJ Faberman, J Haltiwanger, R Jarmin, J Miranda
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 2 (2), 259-87, 2010
1202010
The secular decline in business dynamism in the US
R Decker, J Haltiwanger, R Jarmin, J Miranda
Unpublished draft, University of Maryland 3, 2014
117*2014
Declining dynamism, allocative efficiency, and the productivity slowdown
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
American Economic Review 107 (5), 322-26, 2017
1122017
High growth young firms: contribution to job, output, and productivity growth
J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, R Kulick, J Miranda
Measuring entrepreneurial businesses: current knowledge and challenges, 11-62, 2016
112*2016
Age and High-Growth Entrepreneurship
P Azoulay, B Jones, JD Kim, J Miranda
922018
The role of retail chains: National, regional and industry results
RS Jarmin, SD Klimek, J Miranda
Producer dynamics: New evidence from micro data, 237-262, 2009
922009
Declining business dynamism: What we know and the way forward
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
American Economic Review 106 (5), 203-07, 2016
842016
Declining business dynamism in the US high-technology sector
J Haltiwanger, I Hathaway, J Miranda
Available at SSRN 2397310, 2014
652014
Taking the leap: The determinants of entrepreneurs hiring their first employee
RW Fairlie, J Miranda
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 26 (1), 3-34, 2017
442017
Declining business dynamism: Implications for productivity
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
Brookings Institution, Hutchins Center Working Paper, 2016
442016
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