Robert W. Fairlie
Robert W. Fairlie
Professor of Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz
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An extension of the Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition technique to logit and probit models
RW Fairlie
Journal of economic and social measurement 30 (4), 305-316, 2005
12852005
The absence of the African-American owned business: An analysis of the dynamics of self-employment
RW Fairlie
Journal of Labor Economics 17 (1), 80-108, 1999
10801999
The determinants of the global digital divide: a cross-country analysis of computer and internet penetration
MD Chinn, RW Fairlie
Oxford economic papers 59 (1), 16-44, 2007
10622007
Ethnic and racial self-employment differences and possible explanations
RW Fairlie, BD Meyer
Journal of human resources, 757-793, 1996
8271996
Gender differences in business performance: evidence from the Characteristics of Business Owners survey
RW Fairlie, AM Robb
Small Business Economics 33 (4), 375-395, 2009
7802009
Families, human capital, and small business: Evidence from the characteristics of business owners survey
RW Fairlie, A Robb
ILR Review 60 (2), 225-245, 2007
4792007
Why are black-owned businesses less successful than white-owned businesses? The role of families, inheritances, and business human capital
RW Fairlie, AM Robb
Journal of Labor Economics 25 (2), 289-323, 2007
4252007
Race and entrepreneurial success: Black-, Asian-, and White-owned businesses in the United States
RW Fairlie, AM Robb
MIT Press, 2010
4072010
Liquidity constraints, household wealth, and entrepreneurship revisited
RW Fairlie, HA Krashinsky
Review of Income and Wealth 58 (2), 279-306, 2012
3302012
ICT use in the developing world: an analysis of differences in computer and internet penetration
MD Chinn, RW Fairlie
Review of International Economics 18 (1), 153-167, 2010
3112010
Entrepreneurship, economic conditions, and the great recession
RW Fairlie
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 22 (2), 207-231, 2013
3052013
The impact of COVID‐19 on small business owners: Evidence from the first three months after widespread social‐distancing restrictions
R Fairlie
Journal of economics & management strategy 29 (4), 727-740, 2020
294*2020
Race and the digital divide
RW Fairlie
Contributions in Economic Analysis & Policy 3 (1), 1-38, 2004
2942004
Technology and education: Computers, software, and the internet
G Bulman, RW Fairlie
Handbook of the Economics of Education 5, 239-280, 2016
2892016
A community college instructor like me: Race and ethnicity interactions in the classroom
RW Fairlie, F Hoffmann, P Oreopoulos
American Economic Review 104 (8), 2567-91, 2014
2842014
Trends in self-employment among white and black men during the twentieth century
RW Fairlie, BD Meyer
Journal of human resources, 643-669, 2000
255*2000
Is there “white flight” into private schools? Evidence from the National Educational Longitudinal Survey
RW Fairlie, AM Resch
Review of Economics and Statistics 84 (1), 21-33, 2002
2482002
Immigration and entrepreneurship
RW Fairlie, M Lofstrom
Handbook of the economics of international migration 1, 877-911, 2015
2422015
The long-term costs of job displacement for young adult workers
LG Kletzer, RW Fairlie
ILR Review 56 (4), 682-698, 2003
2402003
Entrepreneurship training, risk aversion and other personality traits: Evidence from a random experiment
RW Fairlie, W Holleran
Journal of Economic Psychology 33 (2), 366-378, 2012
2362012
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