Ian Schmutte
Ian Schmutte
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Georgia
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Job referral networks and the determination of earnings in local labor markets
IM Schmutte
Journal of Labor Economics 33 (1), 1-32, 2015
1742015
Modeling endogenous mobility in earnings determination
JM Abowd, KL McKinney, IM Schmutte
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 37 (3), 405-418, 2019
67*2019
Sorting between and within industries: A testable model of assortative matching
JM Abowd, F Kramarz, S Pérez-Duarte, IM Schmutte
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2014
67*2014
Determinants of disparities in covid-19 job losses
L Montenovo, X Jiang, FL Rojas, IM Schmutte, KI Simon, BA Weinberg, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
662020
Getting handcuffs on an octopus: Minimum wages, employment, and turnover
RK Gittings, IM Schmutte
ILR Review 69 (5), 1133-1170, 2016
572016
An economic analysis of privacy protection and statistical accuracy as social choices
JM Abowd, IM Schmutte
American Economic Review 109 (1), 171-202, 2019
482019
The modernization of statistical disclosure limitation at the US Census Bureau
AN Dajani, AD Lauger, PE Singer, D Kifer, JP Reiter, A Machanavajjhala, ...
Washington, DC: US Census Bureau. Available at: https://www2. census. gov …, 2017
38*2017
Estimating compensating wage differentials with endogenous job mobility
K Lavetti, IM Schmutte
322016
Free to move? A network analytic approach for learning the limits to job mobility
IM Schmutte
Labour Economics 29, 49-61, 2014
292014
Economic analysis and statistical disclosure limitation
JM Abowd, IM Schmutte
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2015 (1), 221-293, 2016
282016
Effects of social distancing policy on labor market outcomes
S Gupta, L Montenovo, TD Nguyen, FL Rojas, IM Schmutte, KI Simon, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
252020
Labor markets with endogenous job referral networks: Theory and empirical evidence
IM Schmutte
Labour Economics 42, 30-42, 2016
16*2016
Revisiting the economics of privacy: Population statistics and confidentiality protection as public goods
JM Abowd, IM Schmutte
132015
Wage discrimination when identity is subjective evidence from changes in employer-reported race
C Cornwell, J Rivera, IM Schmutte
Journal of Human Resources 52 (3), 719-755, 2017
122017
Preserving job matches during the COVID-19 pandemic: firm-level evidence on the role of government aid
M Bennedsen, B Larsen, I Schmutte, D Scur
112020
Back to business and (re) employing workers? Labor market activity during state COVID-19 reopenings
W Cheng, P Carlin, J Carroll, S Gupta, FL Rojas, L Montenovo, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
82020
Building a productive workforce: The role of structured management practices
C Cornwell, IM Schmutte, D Scur
Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, 2019
82019
Why the economics profession must actively participate in the privacy protection debate
JM Abowd, IM Schmutte, WN Sexton, L Vilhuber
AEA Papers and Proceedings 109, 397-402, 2019
52019
how do social networks affect labor markets?
I Schmutte
IZA World of Labor, 2016
52016
Differentially private publication of data on wages and job mobility
IM Schmutte
Statistical Journal of the IAOS 32 (1), 81-92, 2016
32016
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