Maggie R. Jones
Maggie R. Jones
Senior Economist and Income Research Lead, U.S. Census Bureau
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Race and economic opportunity in the United States: An intergenerational perspective
R Chetty, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
3942018
The opportunity atlas: Mapping the childhood roots of social mobility
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
1562018
Changes in eitc eligibility and participation, 2005-2009
MR Jones
Tax Administration at the Centennial: An IRS-TPC Research Conference, 45-61, 2013
352013
Race matters: Income shares, income inequality, and income mobility for all US races
R Akee, MR Jones, SR Porter
Demography 56 (3), 999-1021, 2019
332019
Who is the residential parent? Understanding discrepancies in unmarried parents' reports
MR Waller, MR Jones
Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (1), 73-93, 2014
242014
Do eitc expansions pay for themselves? effects on tax revenue and public assistance spending
J Bastian
111th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2018
202018
Do Doubled-Up Families Minimize Household-Level Tax Burden?
MR Jones, AO O'Hara
National Tax Journal 69 (3), 2016
152016
The EITC and labor supply: evidence from a regression kink design
MR Jones
Washington, DC: Center for Administrative Records Research and Applications …, 2013
142013
Measuring the effects of the tipped minimum wage using W-2 data
MR Jones
Center for Administrative Records Research and Applications Working Paper 3, 2016
102016
the eitc over the great recession: who benefited?
MR Jones
National Tax Journal 70 (4), 709-736, 2017
82017
Adding Insult to Injury: Racial Disparity in an Era of Increasing Income Inequality
R Akee, MR Jones, SR Porter
https://www.census.gov/srd/carra/17_01_Adding_Insult_to_Injury_Abstract.html, 2017
82017
Immigrants’ earnings growth and return migration from the US: Examining their determinants using linked survey and administrative data
R Akee, MR Jones
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
72019
Race and economic opportunity in the United States
R Chetty, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
NBER Working Paper, 2018
72018
The antipoverty impact of the EITC: New estimates from survey and administrative tax records
MR Jones, JP Ziliak
US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, Working Paper, 2019
62019
The Opportunity Atlas
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hendren, MR Jones, S Porter
Opportunity Insights, 2018
42018
The EITC over the business cycle: Who benefits?
MR Jones
US Census Bureau, CARRA Working Paper Series Working Paper 15, 2014
32014
A loan by any other name: How state policies changed advanced tax refund payments
MR Jones
Accessed September 28, 2016
22016
Foreign vs. US Graduate Degrees: The Impact on Earnings Assimilation and Return Migration for the Foreign Born
R Akee, MR Jones
Center for Economic Studies, US Census Bureau Working Papers, 2019
12019
Tax preparers, refund anticipation products, and EITC noncompliance
MR Jones
Washington, DC: Center for Administrative Records Research and Applications …, 2017
12017
The Intergenerational Transmission of EITC Program Usage
R Akee, MR Jones, E Simeonova
2020 APPAM Fall Research Conference, 2020
2020
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