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Claudia Goldin
Claudia Goldin (Amerikaans econome)
Claudia Goldin (amerikansk ekonom)
Claudia Goldin (amerikansk økonom)
Claudia Goldin (Economist)
Claudia Goldin (US-amerikanische Wirtschaftswissenschaftlerin)
Dale Goldin, Claudia
Goldin, C.
Goldin, Claudia
Goldin, Claudia D.
Goldin, Claudia Dale
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1946-
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Baicker, Katherine
Fogel, Robert William
Glaeser, Edward L. (1967-)
Glaeser, Edward Ludwig (1967-)
Katz, Lawrence
Katz, Lawrence F.
Libecap, Gary D.
National Bureau of Economic Research
National Bureau of Economic Research Affiliation (see also from)
Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Institute for Economic Research
Rockoff, Hugh
Rotella, Elyce J.
Rouse, Cecilia Elena
University of Chicago
White, Eugene Nelson (1952-)
Titles: 
America's graduation from high school: The evolution and spread of secondary schooling in the twentieth century
B- Economics Major: Can and Should We Do Better?, The
brief history of education in the United States, A
Career and family : college women look to the past
Career and marriage in the age of the pill
Cliometrics and the Nobel
Corruption and reform lessons from America's economic history
decline of non-competing groups, The : changes in the premium to education, 1890 to 1940
Defining moment, The : the Great Depression and the American economy in the twentieth century
distinctive system
Does Federal Student Aid Raise Tuition? : New Evidence on For-Profit Colleges
Dynamics of the gender gap for young professionals in the corporate and financial sectors
economic cost of the American Civil War. -, The
economics of urban slavery, 1820 to 1860, The
Educating And Training New Economics Ph.D.s: How Good A Job
Education and income in the early 20th century: evidence from the prairies
Education and income in the early twentieth century: Evidence from the prairies
Egalitarianism and the returns to education during the great transformation of American education
Exploring the "present through the past": Career and family across the last century
for-profit postsecondary school sector nimble critters or agile predators?, The
From the valley to the summit the quiet revolution that transformed women's work
great compression, The : the wage structure in the United States at mid-century
Great Compression: The Wage Structure in the United States at Mid-Century, The
Homecoming of American College Women: The Reversal of the College Gender Gap, The
How America graduated from high school: 1910 to 1960
Human capital and social capital : the rise of secondary schooling in America, 1910 to 1940
HUMAN CAPITAL CENTURY AND AMERICAN LEADERSHIP, THE : VIRTUES OF THE PAST
human capital century and American leadership: virtues of the past, The
legacy of U.S. educational leadership: Notes on distribution and economic growth in the 20th century, The
Life-Cycle Labor-Force Participation of Married Women: Historical Evidence and Implications
long road to the fast track career and family, The
LONG ROAD TO THE FAST TRACK, THE : CAREER AND FAMILY
Long-run changes in the u.s. wage structure narrowing, widening, polarizing
Making a Name: Women's Surnames at Marriage and Beyond
Mass secondary schooling and the state: the role of state compulsion in the high school movement
Maximum Hours Legislation and Female Employment: A Reassessment
meaning of college in the lives of American women the past one-hundred years
Most Egalitarian of All Professions, The : Pharmacy and the Evolution of a Family-Friendly Occupation
Orchestrating impartiality: The impact of "blind" auditions on female musicians
origins of state-level differences in the public provision of higher education: 1890-1940, The
origins of technology-skill complementarity, The
Parental altruism and self-interest: Child labor among late nineteenth-century American families
political economy of immigration restriction in the United States, 1890 to 1921, The
POLLUTION THEORY OF DISCRIMINATION, A : MALE AND FEMALE DIFFERENCES IN OCCUPATIONS AND EARNINGS
pollution theory of discrimination: male and female differences in occupations and earnings, A
power of the pill: oral contraceptives and women's career and marriage decisions, The
power of the pill, The : oral contraceptives and women's career and marriage decisions
Putting the Co in Education: Timing, Reasons, and Consequences of College Coeducation from 1835 to the Present. NBER Working Paper No. 16281
Quiet Revolution That Transformed Women's Employment, Education, and Family, The
"N" kinds of freedom. An introduction to the issues.
Race between education and technology, The
Regulated economy, The : a historical approach to political economy
Relative Productivity Hypothesis of Industrialization: The American Case, 1820 to 1850, The
Residual Differences by Sex: Perspectives on the Gender Gap in Earnings
returns to skill in the United States across the twentieth century, The
rise of the fourth estate how newspapers became informative and why it mattered, The
rising (and then declining) significance of gender, The
Role of World War II in the Rise of Women's Employment, The
role of World War II in the rise of women's work, The
savings of ordinary Americans the Philadelphia saving fund society in the mid-nineteenth century
Seasonality in nineteenth century labor markets
shaping of higher education: The formative years in the United States, 1890-1940, The
shaping of higher education, The : the formative years in the United States, 1890 to 1940
Strategic factors in nineteenth century American economic history : a volume to honor Robert W. Fogel
Technology, skill, and the wage structure: Insights from the past
U-shaped female labor force function in economic development and economic history, The
Understanding the gender gap : an economic history of american women
Understanding the gender gap ; Oxford, 1990.
Urban slavery in the American South, 1820-1860 : a quantitative history
"virtues" of the past: education in the first hundred years of the new republic, The
Wages, prices, and labor markets before the Civil War
Why the United States led in education : lessons from secondary school expansion, 1910 to 1940
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