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Presenter: TBA TBA, National Union of Mining, Metallurgical, Steel and Allied Workers of Mexico (Los Mineros)Right to Work and Labor Market Outcomes
 
Presenter: TBA TBA, National Union of Mining, Metallurgical, Steel and Allied Workers of Mexico (Los Mineros)Right to Work and Labor Market Outcomes
Chair: Susan J. Schurman, Rutgers University
 
Chair: Alan B. Krueger, Princeton University
 
Chair: Mark Price, Keystone Research Center
 
Chair: William Spriggs, Howard University
  
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Chair: Lonnie Golden, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  
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Chair: Brad Markell, AFL-CIO Industrial Union Council
  
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Chair: Harry C. Katz, Cornell UniversityIntroductions and Welcome
  
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Chair: Susan N. Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
  
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Chair: Susan N. Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
  
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Chair: William Spriggs, Howard University
  
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Chair: William Spriggs, Howard University
 
Chair: Eugenia Vazquez Correa, National Autonomous University of Mexico
 
Chair: Teresa Ghilarducci, The New School for Social Research
  
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Chair: Susan N. Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
  
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Chair: Heidi Shierholz, Economic Policy Institute
  
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Chair: Samuel L. Myers Jr., University of Minnesota Twin Cities
 
Chair: Sanford M. Jacoby, University of California, Los Angeles
  
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Chair: Katharine G. Abraham, University of Maryland
  
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Presenter: Jonathan Fisher, Stanford UniversityInequality in 3-D: Income, Consumption, and Wealth
 
Presenter: Robert Lerman, Urban InstituteNew Developments in US Apprenticeship
  
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Presenter: Ipshita Pal, Columbia UniversityEffect of New Jersey's Paid Family Leave Policy of 2009 on Maternal Health and Well-Being
 
Presenter: Ting Zhang, University of BaltimoreWelfare to Work Propensities: Administrative Record Evidence
  
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Author: Edward E. Leamer, University of California, Los AngelesAssessing the Differential Impacts of Minimum Wage Increases in Labor Market Areas in California
 
Presenter: Jeffrey P. Thompson, Federal Reserve BoardRetirement Adequacy and Wealth Distribution among Early Savers
 
Presenter: Ilyana Kuziemko, Princeton UniversityUnion Density, Taft Hartley and Right to Work a Long Run View from Gallup Surveys 1937-1980
  
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Presenter: David G. Blanchflower, Dartmouth UniversityHow to Measure Underemployment and some of its Consequences?
  
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Presenter: Valerie Wilson, Economic Policy InstituteA Demographic Analysis of Trends in Work Hours, Unemployment and Labor Market Disconnection
  
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Presenter: Nancy Folbre, University of Massachusetts-AmherstThe Care Penalty and the Power Premium: Earnings Inequality in the U.S.
  
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Presenter: Ekaterina Roshchina, University of WashingtonHow Do Firms Respond to a Minimum Wage Hike?
  
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Presenter: Peter Schott, Yale UniversityThe Impact of Trade Liberalization: Evidence from Matched Employee-Employer Data
  
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Presenter: Ilyana Kuziemko, Princeton UniversityUnion Density, Taft Hartley and Right to Work a Long Run View from Gallup Surveys 1937-1980
  
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Panelist: Damon Silvers, AFL-CIO
 
Presenter: Heather Boushey, Washington Center for Equitable GrowthCare Work: Paying for Women's Uncompensated Work
  
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Author: Jorge M. Aguero, University of ConnecticutThe Wage Penalty for Motherhood in Developing Countries
  
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Panelist: Celine McNicholas, Economic Policy InstituteRemarks from Labor Counsel at EPI
  
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Author: Michael S. Gideon, U.S. Census BureauExamining the Black-White Earnings Differential with Administrative Records
 
Presenter: Mindy Marks, Northeastern UniversityThe Wage Penalty for Motherhood in Developing Countries
 
Presenter: Misty L. Heggeness, U.S. Census BureauExamining the Black-White Earnings Differential with Administrative Records
 
Author: David Johnson, University of MichiganInequality in 3-D: Income, Consumption, and Wealth
  
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Author: Dan Gerlowski, University of BaltimoreWelfare to Work Propensities: Administrative Record Evidence
  
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Author: Jerry Nickelsburg, University of California, Los AngelesAssessing the Differential Impacts of Minimum Wage Increases in Labor Market Areas in California
 
Author: Alice M. Henriques, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve SystemRetirement Adequacy and Wealth Distribution among Early Savers
 
Author: Suresh Naidu, Columbia UniversityUnion Density, Taft Hartley and Right to Work a Long Run View from Gallup Surveys 1937-1980
 
Author: Janelle Jones, Economic Policy InstituteA Demographic Analysis of Trends in Work Hours, Unemployment and Labor Market Disconnection
 
Author: Emma van Inwegen, University of WashingtonHow Do Firms Respond to a Minimum Wage Hike?
 
Presenters: Suresh Naidu, Columbia University and Henry Farber, Princeton UniversityUnion Density, Taft Hartley and Right to Work a Long Run View from Gallup Surveys 1937-1980
 
Author: Neha Raykar, Public Health Foundation of IndiaThe Wage Penalty for Motherhood in Developing Countries
 
Author: Marta Murray-Close, U.S. Census BureauExamining the Black-White Earnings Differential with Administrative Records
 
Author: Timothy Smeeding, University of Wisconsin-MadisonInequality in 3-D: Income, Consumption, and Wealth
 
Presenter: Till M. von Wachter, University of California, Los AngelesAssessing the Differential Impacts of Minimum Wage Increases in Labor Market Areas in California
 
Author: Lindsay Jacobs, Federal Reserve Board of GovernorsRetirement Adequacy and Wealth Distribution among Early Savers
 
Author: Henry Farber, Princeton UniversityUnion Density, Taft Hartley and Right to Work a Long Run View from Gallup Surveys 1937-1980
 
Author: Samuel L. Myers Jr., University of Minnesota Twin CitiesExamining the Black-White Earnings Differential with Administrative Records
 
Author: Jeffrey P. Thompson, Federal Reserve BoardInequality in 3-D: Income, Consumption, and Wealth
 
Author: Frederic Zimmerman, University of California, Los AngelesAssessing the Differential Impacts of Minimum Wage Increases in Labor Market Areas in California
 
Author: Kevin Moore, Federal Reserve Board of GovernorsRetirement Adequacy and Wealth Distribution among Early Savers
 
Presenter: James Feigenbaum, Princeton UniversityRight to Work and Small "d" Democracy
  
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Panelist: Brad Markell, AFL-CIO Industrial Union Council
 
Presenter: Darrick Hamilton, The New School for Social ResearchBaby Bonds and Wealth Building for the Excluded
 
Panelist: David Weil, Boston University and formerly US DOLRemarks from the Former Wage and Hour Administrator, US DOL
  
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Author: Sylvia A. Allegretto, University of California, BerkeleyThe New Higher Minimum Wages: Effects in Seven Cities
  
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Presenter: Liwen Chen, University of South CarolinaBreaking the Glass-Ceiling? Supervisor-Worker Gender Match, Organizational Gender Composition and Gender Wage Disparity
  
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Author: Christian E. Weller, University of Massachusetts-BostonBuilding Wealth While Balancing Paid and Unpaid Work
 
Presenter: James Feigenbaum, Princeton UniversityRight to Work and Small "d" Democracy
 
Presenter: Matthew T. Hora, University of Wisconsin-MadisonHow Educator-employer Social Networks and Cross-sector Partnerships Impact the Teaching and Training of Non-cognitive Skills
 
Presenter: Todd Elder, Michigan State UniversityBlack-White Gaps in Noncognitive Skills
  
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Presenter: Neha Nanda, IMPAQ InternationalStartups FOR Unemployment? A Randomized Control Trial Study in Florida
  
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Author: William A. Darity, Jr., Duke UniversityAre Blacks Lazy?
 
Presenter: Lisa A. Keister, Duke UniversityCohorts and Inheritance
  
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Presenter: Stuart Glosser, University of Wisconsin-WhitewaterFlows into and out of Part-time for Economic Reasons
 
Presenter: Douglas L. Campbell, New Economic SchoolRelative Prices, Hysteresis and the Decline of American Manufacturing
  
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Author: Robert Pollin, University of Massachusetts AmherstClean Energy Investments for New York State: An Economic Framework for Promoting Climate Stabilization and Expanding Good Job Opportunities
 
Presenter: Marta Lachowska, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment ResearchSources of Displaced Workers' Long-Term Earnings Losses
 
Presenter: Heidi Garrett-Peltier, University of Massachusetts-AmherstClean Energy Investments for New York State: An Economic Framework for Promoting Climate Stabilization and Expanding Good Job Opportunities
 
Author: Alexandre Mas, University of California-BerkeleySources of Displaced Workers' Long-Term Earnings Losses
 
Author: Anna Godoy, University of California, BerkeleyThe New Higher Minimum Wages: Effects in Seven Cities
 
Presenter: Michele Tolson, University of Massachusetts-BostonBuilding Wealth While Balancing Paid and Unpaid Work
 
Author: Ross Benbow, University of Wisconsin-MadisonHow Educator-employer Social Networks and Cross-sector Partnerships Impact the Teaching and Training of Non-cognitive Skills
 
Author: Yuqing Zhou, University of California, Los AngelesBlack-White Gaps in Noncognitive Skills
 
Author: Vanessa Williamson, Brookings InstitutionRight to Work and Small "d" Democracy
  
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Author: Carolyn Corea, IMPAQ InternationalStartups FOR Unemployment? A Randomized Control Trial Study in Florida
  
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Author: Darrick Hamilton, The New School for Social ResearchAre Blacks Lazy?
 
Author: Richard A. Benton, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignCohorts and Inheritance
 
Presenters: Vanessa Williamson, Brookings Institution and Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Columbia UniversityRight to Work and Small "d" Democracy
 
Author: Jeannette Wicks-Lim, University of Massachusetts-AmherstClean Energy Investments for New York State: An Economic Framework for Promoting Climate Stabilization and Expanding Good Job Opportunities
 
Author: Stephen A. Woodbury, Michigan State UniversitySources of Displaced Workers' Long-Term Earnings Losses
 
Presenter: Michael Reich, University of California, BerkeleyThe New Higher Minimum Wages: Effects in Seven Cities
 
Author: Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Columbia UniversityRight to Work and Small "d" Democracy
  
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Author: Bruno Gasperini, IMPAQ InternationalStartups FOR Unemployment? A Randomized Control Trial Study in Florida
  
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Presenters: Samuel L. Myers Jr., University of Minnesota Twin Cities; Gregory N. Price, Morehouse College; and Man Xu, University of Minnesota Twin CitiesAre Blacks Lazy?
 
Presenter: William M. Rodgers III, Rutgers UniversityRight to Work and Racial and Gender Wages
  
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Panelist: Daniel Marschall, Working for America
 
Presenter: Richard McGahey, Institute for New Economic ThinkingUniversal Basic Income: Labor Market Floor or Welfare State Displacement
  
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Presenter: Mark Paul, Duke UniversityAn Economic Bill of Rights for the 21st Century
  
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Presenter: Teresa Ghilarducci, The New School for Social ResearchRemarks from Professor of Economics and Policy Analysis
  
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Presenter: William M. Rodgers III, Rutgers UniversityRight to Work and Racial and Gender Wages
 
Author: John M. Abowd, U.S. Census Bureau and Cornell UniversityEarnings Inequality and Mobility Trends in the United States: Nationally Representative Estimates from Longitudinally Linked Employer-Employee Data
 
Author: Constanca Esteves-Sorenson, Yale UniversityWage Premiums, Shirking Deterrence, Gift Exchange, and Employee Quality: Firm Evidence
 
Presenter: Jennifer Erin Brown, National Institute on Retirement SecurityA Boom for Boomers: Retirement Income, the Gig Economy and Baby Boomers
 
Author: Mark C. Long, University of WashingtonMeasuring Minimum Wage Effects on the Entire Low-Wage Job Market: Evidence from Seattle
  
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Presenter: Rebecca Lillian Lehrman, Duke UniversityWhose Career Comes First? Evaluating Attitudes Toward Traditional Career Prioritization Among Medical Couples
  
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Author: Sara Haviland, Rutgers, The State University of New BrunswickThe Great Balancing Act: Community Colleges Serving Students' and Employers' Needs at the Intersection of the Employment Relationship
 
Author: Natalia Nollenberger, IE Business School, IE UniversityLet the Girls Learn! It Is Not Only About Math ... It's About Gender Social Norms
  
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Presenter: Ling Li, Syracuse UniversityThe Effect of Workplace Inspections on Worker Safety
 
Presenter: Jaeseung Kim, University of ChicagoIrregular Work Scheduling and its Consequences
 
Author: Daron Acemoglu, MITWhat's the Holdup? Productivity Bottlenecks and the Productivity Puzzle
  
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Presenter: Jesper Roine, Stockholm School of EconomicsLong Run Developments of Income and Wealth Inequality: Do They Move Together?
  
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Presenter: David Autor, MITWhat's the Holdup? Productivity Bottlenecks and the Productivity Puzzle
  
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Author: Daniel Waldenström, Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) and Paris School of EconomicsLong Run Developments of Income and Wealth Inequality: Do They Move Together?
 
Author: William A. Darity, Jr., Duke UniversityAn Economic Bill of Rights for the 21st Century
 
Presenter: Kevin L. McKinney, University of California, Los AngelesEarnings Inequality and Mobility Trends in the United States: Nationally Representative Estimates from Longitudinally Linked Employer-Employee Data
 
Presenter: R. Vincent Pohl, University of GeorgiaWage Premiums, Shirking Deterrence, Gift Exchange, and Employee Quality: Firm Evidence
 
Author: Robert Plotnick, University of WashingtonMeasuring Minimum Wage Effects on the Entire Low-Wage Job Market: Evidence from Seattle
 
Presenter: Michelle Van Noy, Rutgers, The State University of New BrunswickThe Great Balancing Act: Community Colleges Serving Students' and Employers' Needs at the Intersection of the Employment Relationship
 
Presenter: Nuria Rodriguez-Planas, Queens College, City University of New YorkLet the Girls Learn! It Is Not Only About Math ... It's About Gender Social Norms
  
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Author: Christina Patterson, MITWhat's the Holdup? Productivity Bottlenecks and the Productivity Puzzle
  
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Author: Darrick Hamilton, The New School for Social ResearchAn Economic Bill of Rights for the 21st Century
 
Author: Nellie L. Zhao, Cornell UniversityEarnings Inequality and Mobility Trends in the United States: Nationally Representative Estimates from Longitudinally Linked Employer-Employee Data
 
Author: Ernesto Freitas, Nova University of LisbonWage Premiums, Shirking Deterrence, Gift Exchange, and Employee Quality: Firm Evidence
 
Presenters: Ekaterina Roshchina, Jacob Vigdor and Hilary Wething, University of WashingtonMeasuring Minimum Wage Effects on the Entire Low-Wage Job Market: Evidence from Seattle
  
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Discussant: Brian K. Kovak, Carnegie Mellon University
  
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Presenter: Tymon Sloczynski, Brandeis UniversityAverage Gaps and Oaxaca-Blinder Decompositions
 
Presenter: Edward Nathan Wolff, New York UniversityHas Middle Class Wealth Recovered?
 
Presenter: Kristen E. Broady, Howard UniversityRight to Work: Race and Union Density by Sector
  
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Panelist: Lawrence Mishel, Economic Policy Institute
 
Presenter: Pavlina Tcherneva, Bard College and the Levy Economics InstituteUniversal Job Guarantee: Beyond Full Employment and Toward Institutional Change
 
Panelist: Michael Strain, American Enterprise InstituteRemarks from the Director of Economic Policy Studies at AEI
 
Presenter: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers UniversityWomen's Empowerment in the Labor Market: Why is it Smart Economics?
  
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Presenter: Kristen E. Broady, Howard UniversityRight to Work: Race and Union Density by Sector
 
Presenter: David Madland, Center for American ProgressLabor Unions and Wealth Inequality
 
Presenter: Felipe Benguria, University of KentuckyFirms and the Gender Wage Gap: Evidence from Brazil
  
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Presenter: Thomas Hegland, University of MarylandPayroll Subsidies and Employment: Evidence from Nursing Homes
  
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Presenter: Jennifer Craft Morgan, Georgia State UniversityEmployer and Education Institution Partnerships to Improve Jobs for Frontline Workers Summary
  
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Author: Nidhiya Menon, Brandeis UniversityWomen's Empowerment in the Labor Market: Why is it Smart Economics?
  
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Presenters: Alex Rowell, Center for American Progress and Christian E. Weller, University of Massachusetts-BostonLabor Unions and Wealth Inequality
  
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Discussant: Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn, Rutgers University-Camden
  
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Discussant: Jesse Rothstein, University of California, Berkeley
 
Discussant: Teresa Ghilarducci, The New School for Social Research
 
Discussant: James Jacobs, Macomb Community College
 
Discussant: Brantly Callaway, Temple University
 
Discussant: Peter Blair, Clemson University
 
Discussant: Lisa McCall, CUNY
 
Discussant: Jeffrey Clemens, University of California, San Diego
  
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Discussant: Gordon Hanson (inv.), UC San Diego
  
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Discussant: Peter Blair, Clemson University
 
Discussant: Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts-Boston
  
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Discussant: Alicia Giron, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  
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Discussant: William Spriggs, Howard University
  
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Discussant: Eileen Appelbaum, Center for Economic and Policy Research
 
Discussant: Dania Francis, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  
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Discussant: Charles M. Hokayem, Centre College
  
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Discussant: Lonnie Golden, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  
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Discussant: Alexandre Mas, University of California-Berkeley
 
Discussant: Kate Bahn, Center for American Progress
 
Discussant: Cheryl Feldman, District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund
 
Discussant: Olga Malkova, University of Kentucky
 
Discussant: Laura Giuliano, University of Miami
 
Discussant: Brad Markell, AFL-CIO Industrial Union Council
  
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Discussant: Andrew L. Stern, Columbia University Business School
  
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Discussant: Alice M. Henriques, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System
 
Discussant: Brad Markell, AFL-CIO Industrial Union Council
 
Discussants: William Spriggs, Howard University Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research
  
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Discussant: Till M. von Wachter, University of California, Los Angeles
  
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Discussant: Bradley L. Hardy, American University
  
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 1.8  Joint LERA/AEA Session - $15 Minimum Wage Policies: Early Evidence (Symposium) Ben Zipperer, Economic Policy Institute