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Erika McEntarfer
Erika McEntarfer
Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau
Verified email at census.gov
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Cyclical job ladders by firm size and firm wage
JC Haltiwanger, HR Hyatt, LB Kahn, E McEntarfer
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 10 (2), 52-85, 2018
1532018
Employer-to-employer flows in the united states: estimates using linked employer-employee data
M Bjelland, B Fallick, J Haltiwanger, E McEntarfer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
1242008
Who moves up the job ladder?
J Haltiwanger, H Hyatt, E McEntarfer
Journal of Labor Economics 36 (S1), S301-S336, 2018
802018
Cyclical reallocation of workers across employers by firm size and firm wage
J Haltiwanger, H Hyatt, E McEntarfer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
652015
The dynamics of worker reallocation within and across industries
A Golan, J Lane, E McEntarfer
Economica 74 (293), 1-20, 2007
472007
Employment cyclicality and firm quality
LB Kahn, E McEntarfer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
442014
Job-to-job Flows and the Business Cycle
HR Hyatt, E McEntarfer
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-12-04, 2012
442012
Downward nominal wage rigidity in the United States: new evidence from worker-firm linked data
A Kurmann, E McEntarfer
Drexel University School of Economics Working Paper Series WP 1, 2019
362019
Job-to-job flows in the great recession
H Hyatt, E McEntarfer
American Economic Review 102 (3), 580-83, 2012
362012
Job-to-job (J2J) flows: New labor market statistics from linked employer-employee data
HR Hyatt, E McEntarfer, KL McKinney, S Tibbets, D Walton
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-14-34, 2014
332014
Downward wage rigidity in the United States: New evidence from administrative data
A Kurmann, E McEntarfer
Available at this link, 2017
312017
Job-to-job flows and the consequences of job separations
B Fallick, J Haltiwanger, E McEntarfer
Available at SSRN 2196972, 2012
302012
Business dynamics statistics briefing: Job creation, worker churning, and wages at young businesses
J Haltiwanger, HR Hyatt, E McEntarfer, L Sousa
Worker Churning, and Wages at Young Businesses (November 1, 2012), 2012
292012
Interstate migration and employer-to-employer transitions in the United States: New evidence from administrative records data
H Hyatt, E McEntarfer, K Ueda, A Zhang
Demography 55 (6), 2161-2180, 2018
272018
The promise and potential of linked employer-employee data for entrepreneurship research
C Goetz, H Hyatt, E McEntarfer, K Sandusky
Measuring entrepreneurial businesses: current knowledge and challenges, 433-462, 2016
242016
Firm age and size in the longitudinal employer-household dynamics data
J Haltiwanger, HR Hyatt, E McEntarfer, L Sousa, S Tibbets
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-14-16, 2014
222014
Trends in the Transitory Variance of Male Earnings in the US, 1991-2003: Preliminary Evidence from LEHD data
P Gottschalk, E McEntarfer, R Moffitt
Boston College WP 696, 2008
202008
Downward wage rigidity in the United States: New evidence from worker-firm linked data
A Kurmann, E McEntarfer, JR Spletzer
Unpublished draft, Drexel University, 2016
182016
Worker flows over the business cycle: the role of firm quality
LB Kahn, E McEntarfer
Unpublished working paper. Yale University and US Census Bureau, 2013
162013
Successful transitions out of low-wage work for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients: The role of employers, coworkers, and location
F Andersson, J Lane, E McEntarfer
Retrieved July 4, 2007, 2004
152004
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