Lowell Taylor
Lowell Taylor
H. John Heinz III Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon University
Verified email at andrew.cmu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Demographics of the gay and lesbian population in the United States: Evidence from available systematic data sources
D Black, G Gates, S Sanders, L Taylor
Demography 37 (2), 139-154, 2000
9002000
Rat race redux: Adverse selection in the determination of work hours in law firms
RM Landers, JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
The American Economic Review, 329-348, 1996
5601996
Nature, Man, and Society in the Twelfth Century: Essays on New Theological Perspectives in the Latin West
MD Chenu, J Taylor, LK Little
University of Toronto Press, 1997
5221997
Monitoring, motivation and management: The determinants of opportunistic behavior in a field experiment
D Nagin, J Rebitzer, S Sanders, L Taylor
The American Economic Review 92 (4), 850-873, 2002
4042002
The consequences of minimum wage laws: Some new theoretical ideas
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Journal of Public Economics 56 (2), 245-255, 1995
352*1995
The Health of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People: Building a Foundation for Better Understanding
IOM
National Academies Press, 2011
331*2011
The earnings effects of sexual orientation
DA Black, HR Makar, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
Industrial & Labor Relations Review 56, 449-469, 2003
3302003
Why do gay men live in San Francisco?
D Black, G Gates, S Sanders, L Taylor
Journal of Urban Economics 51 (1), 54-76, 2002
2852002
Undocumented Mexican immigrants and the earnings of other workers in the United States
FD Bean, BL Lowell, LJ Taylor
Demography 25 (1), 35-52, 1988
2681988
Why do low-income households not use food stamps? Evidence from an experiment
BO Daponte, S Sanders, L Taylor
Journal of Human Resources, 612-628, 1999
2671999
The economics of lesbian and gay families
DA Black, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
Journal of economic perspectives 21 (2), 53-70, 2007
2662007
Organizational fragmentation and care quality in the US health care system
RD Cebul, JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor, M Votruba
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2008
1812008
Physician incentives in health maintenance organizations
M Gaynor, JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Journal of Political Economy 112 (4), 915-931, 2004
172*2004
Do entry regulations deter entrepreneurship and job creation? Evidence from recent reforms in Portugal
L Branstetter, F Lima, LJ Taylor, A Venâncio
The Economic Journal 124 (577), 805-832, 2014
1692014
Gender wage disparities among the highly educated
DA Black, AM Haviland, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
Journal of Human Resources 43 (3), 630-659, 2008
1642008
Why do minority men earn less? A study of wage differentials among the highly educated
D Black, A Haviland, S Sanders, L Taylor
The Review of Economics and Statistics 88 (2), 300-313, 2006
1442006
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
1412014
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
A model of dual labor markets when product demand is uncertain
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 106 (4), 1373-1383, 1991
129*1991
The employment effect in retail trade of California's 1988 minimum wage increase
T Kim, LJ Taylor
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 13 (2), 175-182, 1995
1261995
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