Kenneth Couch
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Earnings losses of displaced workers revisited
KA Couch, DW Placzek
The American Economic Review, 572-589, 2010
A reassessment of the new economics of the minimum wage literature with monthly data from the Current Population Survey
RV Burkhauser, KA Couch, DC Wittenburg
Journal of Labor Economics 18 (4), 653-680, 2000
Intergenerational correlations in labor market status: A comparison of the United States and Germany
KA Couch, TA Dunn
Journal of Human Resources, 210-232, 1997
Early Evidence of the Impacts of COVID-19 on Minority Unemployment
KA Couch, RW Fairlie, H Xu
Journal of Public Economics, 104287, 2020
A randomized assessment of online learning
WT Alpert, KA Couch, OR Harmon
The American Economic Review 106 (5), 378-382, 2016
Last hired, first fired? Black-white unemployment and the business cycle
KA Couch, R Fairlie
Demography 47 (1), 227-247, 2010
Time? Money? Both? The allocation of resources to older parents
KA Couch, MC Daly, DA Wolf
Demography 36 (2), 219-232, 1999
The impacts of COVID-19 on minority unemployment: First evidence from April 2020 CPS microdata
RW Fairlie, K Couch, H Xu
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
New evidence on the long-term effects of employment training programs
KA Couch
Journal of Labor Economics, 380-388, 1992
Late life job displacement
KA Couch
The Gerontologist 38 (1), 7-17, 1998
A longitudinal analysis of family migration and the gender gap in earnings in the United States and Great Britain
TJ Cooke, P Boyle, K Couch, P Feijten
Demography 46 (1), 147-167, 2009
" Who Gets What" from Minimum Wage Hikes: A Re-Estimation of Card and Krueger's Distributional Analysis in Myth and Measurement: The New Economics of the Minimum Wage
RV Burkhauser, KA Couch, DC Wittenburg
Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 547-552, 1996
The response of hours of work to increases in the minimum wage
KA Couch, DC Wittenburg
Southern Economic Journal, 171-177, 2001
Who takes early Social Security benefits? The economic and health characteristics of early beneficiaries
RV Burkhauser, KA Couch, JW Phillips
The Gerontologist 36 (6), 789-799, 1996
Sample selection rules and the intergenerational correlation of earnings
KA Couch, DR Lillard
Labour Economics 5 (3), 313-329, 1998
Who minimum wage increases bite: An analysis using monthly data from the SIPP and the CPS
RV Burkhauser, KA Couch, DC Wittenburg
Southern Economic Journal, 16-40, 2000
Public policies for the working poor: the earned income tax credit versus minimum wage legislation
RV Burkhauser, KA Couch, AJ Glenn
Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1995
Earnings losses and unemployment of displaced workers in Germany
KA Couch
Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 559-572, 2001
Black‐White Wage Inequality in the 1990s: a Decade of Progress
K Couch, MC Daly
Economic Inquiry 40 (1), 31-41, 2002
Nonlinear patterns of intergenerational mobility in Germany and the United States
KA Couch, DR Lillard
Generational income mobility in North America and Europe, 190-206, 2004
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