Natalia Kolesnikova
TitleCited byYear
Why do so few women work in New York (and so many in Minneapolis)? Labor supply of married women across US cities
DA Black, N Kolesnikova, LJ Taylor
Journal of Urban Economics 79, 59-71, 2014
146*2014
Earnings functions when wages and prices vary by location
D Black, N Kolesnikova, L Taylor
Journal of Labor Economics 27 (1), 21-47, 2009
1362009
Are children “normal”?
DA Black, N Kolesnikova, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
The review of economics and statistics 95 (1), 21-33, 2013
1002013
Technical analysis in the foreign exchange market
CJ Neely, PA Weller
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Working Paper No, 2011
702011
The role of location in evaluating racial wage disparity
DA Black, N Kolesnikova, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
IZA Journal of Labor Economics 2 (1), 2, 2013
282013
Community colleges and economic mobility
NA Kolesnikova
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review 92 (1), 27-53, 2010
262010
Community colleges: A route of upward economic mobility
N Kolesnikova
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 2009
242009
Gender wage gap may be much smaller than most think
N Kolesnikova, Y Liu
The Regional Economist 19, 14-15, 2011
232011
Jobless recoveries: causes and consequences
N Kolesnikova, Y Liu
The Regional Economist, 18-19, 2011
182011
Community colleges: Not so junior anymore
NA Kolesnikova, LM Shimek
The Regional Economist, 6-11, 2008
172008
The changing role of community colleges. Bridges
NA Kolesnikova
122009
The economic progress of African Americans in urban areas: a tale of 14 cities
DA Black, N Kolesnikova, LJ Taylor
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review 92 (5), 353-79, 2010
102010
The return to education isn’t calculated easily
N Kolesnikova
The Regional Economist 18 (1), 12-13, 2010
102010
Local Price Variation and the Income Elasticity of Demand for Lottery Tickets
TA Garrett, N Kolesnikova
Public Finance Review 43 (6), 717-738, 2015
7*2015
Local labor markets and the evolution of inequality
DA Black, N Kolesnikova, LJ Taylor
Annu. Rev. Econ. 6 (1), 605-628, 2014
72014
Local price variation and labor supply behavior
D Black, N Kolesnikova, LJ Taylor
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Working Paper No, 2008
62008
Why do so few women work in New York (and so many in Minneapolis)
D Black, N Kolesnikova, LJ Taylor
Working Paper, 2008
62008
From Community College to a Bachelor’s Degree and Beyond: How Smooth Is the Road?
N Kolesnikova
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis The Regional Economist, 10-11, 2009
52009
Initial claims and employment growth: are we at the threshold?
KL Kliesen, MW McCracken, L Zheng
Economic Synopses 2011 (2011-12-14), 2011
32011
A bleak 30 years for black men: economic progress was slim in urban America
NA Kolesnikova, Y Liu
The Regional Economist, 4-9, 2010
22010
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