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JHR study cited in Washington Post article on the effects of a mother’s stress on birthweight
A Washington Post article on the effects of stressful events during pregnancy on birthweight cites a Journal of Human Resources study on birthweight in counties whose home team goes to the Super Bowl. The JHR article cited is “It’s Just a Game: The Super Bowl and Low Birth Weight” by Brian Duncan, Hani Mansour, and Daniel I. Rees, Journal of Human Resources Vol. 52, No. 4 (July, 2016) (http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/early/2016/07/01/jhr.52.4.0615-7213R.full.pdf+html).
JHR study cited in Politifact article on California’s minimum wage increase
A Politifact article on California’s minimum wage increase cites a Journal of Human Resources study on minimum wage effects on job growth. The JHR article cited is “Effects of the Minimum Wage on Employment Dynamics” by Jonathan Meer and Jeremy West, Journal of Human Resources Vol. 51, No. 2 (Spring 2016), pp. 500-522 (http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/51/2/500.full.pdf+html).
JHR study cited in Vox article on giving cash to poor people
A Vox article on the benefits of giving cash to poor people cites a JHR study on the mental health effects of a cash transfer program in Malawi. The JHR article cited is “Income Shocks and Adolescent Mental Health” by Sarah Baird, Jacobus de Hoop, and Berk Özler, Journal of Human Resources Vol. 48, No. 2 (Spring 2013), pp. 370-403 (http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/2/370.full.pdf+html).
JHR article mentioned in CNBC article on the benefits of a college education
A CNBC article compares income differences between high school graduates and college graduates, and between graduates of different types of colleges such as community vs. elite private colleges, citing a JHR article that finds a strong correlation between attending an elite college and economic return. The JHR article cited is “Does It Pay to Attend an Elite Private College?
Cross-Cohort Evidence on the Effects of College Type on Earnings” by Dominic J. Brewer, Eric R. Eide and Ronald G. Ehrenberg, The Journal of Human Resources Vol. 34, No. 1 (Winter, 1999), pp. 104-123 (http://www.jstor.org/stable/146304).
Journal of Human Resources article mentioned in Yahoo! Parenting story on motivating children to eat more fruits and vegetables
A recent Yahoo! Parenting article on motivating children to eat more fruits and vegetables by paying them cites a study published in The Journal of Human Resources and quotes Joe Price, one of the authors of the study. The article cited is “Using Incentives to Encourage Healthy Eating in Children” by David R. Just and Joseph Price, The Journal of Human Resources 2013, 48 (4): 855-872 (http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/4/855.abstract).
Former Journal of Human Resources Editor mentioned in Berkeley News article
Former editor for The Journal of Human Resources, Sandra E. Black, was recently mentioned in a Berkeley News article as one of two UC Berkeley graduates to be appointed to the White House Council of Economic Advisers; two other UC Berkeley graduates have joined a panel of economists who provide support to the Council.
Former Journal of Human Resources Editor Accepts Cabinet Post
Sandra E. Black, our former editor for The Journal of Human Resources, has been selected to be a member of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers. Dr. Black was Editor of The Journal of Human Resources from 2012 to 2015 and Co-Editor from 2005 to 2012.
Dr. Sandra E. Black is the Audre and Bernard Rapoport Centennial Chair in Economics and Public Affairs and is a Professor of Economics at the University of Texas at Austin, positions she has held since 2010. She is also a Research Associate with the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor. Between 1997 and 2001, Dr. Black was an Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and from 2001 until 2010 she was an Assistant, Associate, and ultimately full Professor of Economics at the University of California, Los Angeles. During her career, Dr. Black has also been affiliated with the Paris School of Economics, the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and Princeton University. In addition to editing the UW Press’s Journal of Human Resources, Dr. Black has also been an Associate Editor of the American Economic Review, the Review of Economics and Statistics, and Labour Economics. She received a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University.
“These fine public servants bring a depth of experience and tremendous dedication to their important roles. I look forward to working with them,” said President Obama in regards to the new cabinet members.
Congratulations to Dr. Black. We are grateful for her years of outstanding work on The Journal of Human Resources, and we wish her well in her exciting new role.
The Journal of Human Resources welcomes new Editor David Figlio
The JHR is pleased to welcome David Figlio as editor. David is the Director of the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University, where he also serves as the Orrington Lunt Professor of Education and Social Policy and of Economics. He is a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, an Affiliate of the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin, and an Affiliate of CESifo. Figlio conducts research on a wide range of education and health policy issues from school accountability and standards to welfare policy and policy design. His current research projects involve studying the interrelationship between health and education, the ways in which parents confer advantage and disadvantage to their children, and the role of educational institutions in affecting these relationships; higher education policies and practices such as online education and educational staffing; K-12 education policies such as school accountability, school choice, and teacher tenure; and early childhood health and education policies such as early interventions for autism spectrum disorders. He is also leading a National Science Foundation-sponsored national network to facilitate the use of matched administrative datasets to inform and evaluate education policy. He has advised numerous state and federal agencies, as well as the governments of nearly two dozen countries, on education, health, and social policy questions. He frequently serves on National Research Council and Institute of Medicine panels, including, most recently, a panel on the science of child development from birth through age eight and a panel providing a summative assessment of school reforms in the District of Columbia.
Journal of Human Resources article cited in Texas “Stand Your Ground” law revision proposal
Rep. Garnet Coleman, D-Houston, cites an article from The Journal of Human Resources in his proposed revision to the Texas “Stand Your Ground” law. Read more in this article by KXAN Austin. The article cited is “Does Strengthening Self-Defense Law Deter Crime or Escalate Violence? Evidence from Expansions to Castle Doctrine” by Cheng Cheng and Mark Hoekstra, The Journal of Human Resources 2013, 48 (3): 821-854 (http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/3/821.abstract).
Journal of Human Resources cited in The Capability Approach: From Theory to Practice
The Journal of Human Resources was cited in the article “Integrating Human Capital and Human Capabilities in Understanding the Value of Education” (Chiappero-Martinetti, Enrica and Sabadash, Anna (2014): Integrating Human Capital and Human Capabilities in Understanding the Value of Education. Published in: The Capability Approach: From Theory to Practice, edited by Solava Ibrahim and Meera Tiwari (July 2014). See the cited articles “The Human Capital Approach to Black-White Earnings Inequality: Some Unsettled Questions” (http://www.jstor.org/stable/145525) and “Schooling and Economic Wellbeing: The Role of Non-Market Effects” (http://www.jstor.org/stable/145879).
Obituary for former Advisory Board member of The Journal of Human Resources
Glen G. Cain served as Editor of The Journal of Human Resources from 1974-76 and was on the Advisory board from 1998-2014. An excerpt of his obituary is below, or see the full obituary.
After graduating from Lake Forest, Glen went to the University of California-Berkeley where he earned a master's degree in industrial relations in 1957. Then it was back to the Midwest where Glen and Ria got married and Glen began working at the Federal Reserve in downtown Chicago. But Glen decided he wanted a bigger challenge. He applied and was accepted to the University of Chicago where he earned his Ph.D. in economics in 1963, studying under Milton Friedman and other notable economists, some of whom became Nobel Prize winners. Upon graduation, Glen was offered a tenure-track position at the University of Wisconsin and moved to Madison with his wife and young son. The family would grow to three children with the addition of two daughters.
Glen left an important legacy in his chosen field. His dissertation, published in 1966, was titled Married Women in the Labor Force and described one of the most important trends in the United States economy in the post-World War II period. Glen worked closely with the UW's Institute for Research on Poverty and was a prolific writer, authoring articles, papers and chapters in books on labor economics. Some of his professional and volunteer affiliations included service on the National Commission on Employment and Unemployment Statistics; the advisory panel to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission; the board of directors of the National Bureau of Economic Research; and on Lake Forest College's board of trustees. Glen was also on the Advisory Board of The Journal of Human Resources. Glen retired from the UW in 1995, although he remained active in his research and continued to work closely with the UW graduate students he mentored and cared so much about in the economics program.
Journal of Human Resources article “Can Intensive Early Childhood Intervention Programs Eliminate Income-Based Cognitive and Achievement Gaps?” cited by MinnPost.com
The JHR article “Can Intensive Early Childhood Intervention Programs Eliminate Income-Based Cognitive and Achievement Gaps?” (by David R. Just and Joseph Price, The Journal of Human Resources, Fall 2013, vol. 48 no. 4 p. 945-968, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/4/945.abstract.), was cited in MinnPost.com article “New study: High-quality preschool for poor kids under 3 would eliminate achievement gap” (By Beth Hawkins, 01/20/14, http://www.minnpost.com/learning-curve/2014/01/new-study-high-quality-preschool-poor-kids-under-3-would-eliminate-achievemen), as well as the following:
•“One solution to many problems” story on KAZM radio of Sedona, Ariz. 2/22/14
• Summary in Carlson School Magazine article “Closing the Achievement Gap with Early Childhood Education”, Spring 2014
• Star-Tribune “Minneapolis Mayor Hodges Forms Crade-to-K Cabinet”, 5/23/14
• Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges & MPR's Kerri Miller on the Daily Circuit [8:00 - 9:30 minute mark].
• Minnpost “Rock-star researchers on early ed to talk at U of M event”, 06/04/14
• Video: Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute panel on early learning.
• The Atlantic-New Republic Citylab “How the Twin Cities Hope to Get Ahead of Demographic Change”
• Southwest Journal “Health Kids, Healthy City”, 05/28/14
• Mention at end of Minnpost article on Education Writers' Association meeting.
• Investing in Kids blog by Tim Bartik (Upjohn Institute) gives extensive comment on paper.
• Educators for Excellence Minnesota blog post.
• Discussed on KTNF 950AM Daily Report [12:05 - 17:00 minute mark].
• Huffington Post article, “This Is What Could Close The Achievement Gap Among Young Kids, Study Says”, 1/7/14
• Think Progress article “Universal High-Quality Early Childhood Education Could Close The Achievement Gap At Age 5”, 1/3/14
• Brookings Brown Center Chalkboard on “Does Pre-K Work?” by Russ Whitehurst 2/26/14
• Tim Bartik response to Whitehurst on his Investing in Kids blog.
Journal of Human Resources article “Using Incentives to Encourage Healthy Eating in Children” cited by ThePacker.com
The JHR article “Using Incentives to Encourage Healthy Eating in Children” (by David R. Just and Joseph Price, The Journal of Human Resources, Fall 2013, vol. 48 no. 4 p. 855-872, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/4/855.abstract.), was cited in ThePacker.com article “Study: Money, prizes boost child produce consumption” (01/02/2014 01:53:00 PM Mike Hornick, http://www.thepacker.com/fruit-vegetable-news/Study-Money-prizes-boost-child-produce-consumption-238485601.html?ref=601).
Journal of Human Resources article cited pre-publication by NPR
The JHR article “Does Strengthening Self-Defense Law Deter Crime or Escalate Violence? Evidence from Expansions to Castle Doctrine” (The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 48 no. 3 p. 821-854, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/3/821.short), was cited in the Coloradoan.com opinion piece “We have moral duty to end gun worship”, (Feb. 26, 2013, http://www.coloradoan.com/article/20130226/OPINION/302260025/We-moral-duty-end-gun-worship?gcheck=1). It was also cited in the NPR story “'Stand Your Ground' Linked To Increase In Homicides” (by Shankar Vedantam and David Schultz, January 02, 2013 4:50 PM, http://www.npr.org/2013/01/02/167984117/-stand-your-ground-linked-to-increase-in-homicide).
JHR Article “Lucky in Life, Unlucky in Love? The Effect of Random Income Shocks on Marriage and Divorce” cited in The Hudson Valley Press Online
The JHR article “Lucky in Life, Unlucky in Love? The Effect of Random Income Shocks on Marriage and Divorce” (The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 46-2, p 403-426, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/46/2/403.short) is cited in The Hudson Valley Press Online article “The new white Negro: family breakdowns are now biracial” September 11th, 2013, http://www.hvpress.net/news/138/ARTICLE/12863/2013-09-11.html).
JHR Article “The Risk of Divorce and Household Saving Behavior?” cited in The New York Times blog post “Risk of Divorce Leads People to Save More”
The JHR article “The Risk of Divorce and Household Saving Behavior?” (The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 48-2, p 404-434, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/2/404.short) is cited in The New York Times article “Risk of Divorce Leads People to Save More” (By Catherine Rampell, October 15, 2008, 1:45 pm, http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/10/15/risk-of-divorce-leads-people-to-save-more/?_r=0). Click here to download the press release.
JHR Article “Discrimination Begins in the Womb: Evidence of Sex-Selective Prenatal Investments” cited in multiple news stories
The JHR article “Discrimination Begins in the Womb: Evidence of Sex-Selective Prenatal Investments” (The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 48 no. 1, p 71-113, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/1/71.abstract) is cited in the science news portal Phys.org article “Sex discrimination begins in the womb” (March 27, 2013, http://phys.org/news/2013-03-sex-discrimination-womb.html), in “Bias against girls can start in the womb” on futurity.org (Andy Henion-Michigan State, Thursday, March 28, 2013 8:32, http://www.futurity.org/health-medicine/bias-against-girls-can-start-in-the-womb/), in NPR's “In India, Discrimination Against Women Can Start In The Womb” (by MICHAELEEN DOUCLEFF March 29, 2013 4:50 PM, http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/03/28/175594992/in-india-discrimination-against-women-
can-start-in-the-womb), on MSN.com “Indian girls might face discrimination even in the womb, study says” (http://now.msn.com/mothers-in-india-discriminate-against-girls-while-pregnant-study-says), in “Gender Justice? Discrimination against women begins at womb” (by Maitreyee, Friday, March 29, 2013, 12:30 [IST] http://news.oneindia.in/2013/03/29/discrimination-against-women-begins-at-womb-1182141.html), “Sex-selective discrimination common in Indian wombs: US study” (Hindustan Times, by Hindustan Correspondent, First Published: 23:32 IST (31/3/2013) | Last Updated: 23:34 IST (31/3/2013), http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/NewDelhi/Sex-selective-discrimination-common-in-Indian-wombs-US-study/Article1-1035269.aspx), and “Sex Discrimination in India Begins in the Womb: Study”(Bernama, New Delhi, March 29, http://www.bernama.com.my/bernama/v7/wn/newsworld.php?id=938205).
New UW Madison Chancellor former JHR Editor
Our new Chancellor at UW Madison is a The Journal of Human Resources alumna! Rebecca Blank, the Acting Commerce Secretary, will become the UW Madison Chancellor this summer. We’re very happy to note she was on the JHR editorial board from 1995-1997, and was published four times in the journal. Her JHR published work is available on JSTOR. See below for more information and to access.
Work, Health, and Income among the Elderly by Gary Burtless
Review by: Rebecca M. Blank
The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 23, No. 3 (Summer, 1988), pp. 397-411, http://www.jstor.org/stable/145837
The Effect of Medical Need and Medicaid on AFDC Participation
Author(s): Rebecca M. Blank
The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 24, No. 1 (Winter, 1989), pp. 54-87, http://www.jstor.org/stable/145933
When Do Women Use Aid to Families with Dependent Children and Food Stamps? The Dynamics of Eligibility Versus Participation
Author(s): Rebecca M. Blank and Patricia Ruggles
The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 31, No. 1 (Winter, 1996), pp. 57-89, http://www.jstor.org/stable/146043
What Causes Public Assistance Caseloads to Grow?
Rebecca M. Blank
The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 36, No. 1 (Winter, 2001), pp. 85-118, http://www.jstor.org/stable/3069671
For more information on her appointment, see:
“Commerce chief Rebecca Blank to lead University of Wisconsin at Madison”, The Washington Post (http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-03-18/business/37806171_1_commerce-secretary-john-bryson-university-of-wisconsin-system)
“Acting Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank named UW-Madison chancellor”, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (http://www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/commerce-secretary-rebecca-blank-named-uwmadison-chancellor-lr970mu-198816261.html)
“Rebecca Blank draws on deep experience”, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (http://www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/blank-draws-on-deep-experience-ph97om6-199049951.html)
“UW-Madison chooses Rebecca Blank as new chancellor”, Wisconsin State Journal (http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/education/university/uw-madison-chooses-rebecca-blank-as-new-chancellor/article_e8e6ada6-8ff4-11e2-a4ab-001a4bcf887a.html)
“Regents panel recommends Rebecca Blank as next UW-Madison chancellor” (http://chancellorsearch.wisc.edu/)
Journal of Human Resources article in The Huffington Post, New York Times, others
The Journal of Human Resources article “Noncognitive Skills and the Gender Disparities in Test Scores and Teacher Assessments: Evidence from Primary School” (Christopher Cornwell, David B. Mustard, Jessica Van Parys, The Journal of Human Resources, 48:1, pp. 236-264, DOI: 10.1353/jhr.2013.0002, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/1/236.abstract) has gained substantial media attention, including an article on The New York Times, The Opinionator, “The Boys at the Back” (Christina Hoff Sommers, The Great Divide, February 2, 2013, 2:00 pm, http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/02/the-boys-at-the-back/), and The Huffington Post's “Elementary School Bias Against Boys Sets Them Up For Failure: Study”, (Huff Post Education, Posted: 01/03/2013 5:12 pm EST | Updated: 01/03/2013 5:45 pm EST, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/03/elementary-school-bias-boys_n_2404898.html), on Today.com in “Boys' classroom behavior impacts grades, study finds” (Lisa Flam, Feb. 10, 2013 at 10:09 AM ET, http://www.today.com/moms/boys-classroom-behavior-impacts-grades-study-finds-1B8308131), The Dallas Morning News “Editorial: Channeling behaviors can help boys academically”, (Published: 15 February 2013 07:46 PM, http://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/editorials/20130215-editorial-channeling-behaviors-can-help-boys-academically.ece) and “What can schools do to help boys when they act out in class?” (By Bill McKenzie, 3:07 pm on February 18, 2013, http://educationblog.dallasnews.com/2013/02/what-can-schools-do-to-help-boys-when-they-act-out-in-class.html/), The Globe and Mail “Boys will be boys – schools need to understand that”, (Margaret Wente, The Globe and Mail, Published Thursday, Feb. 14 2013, 6:00 AM EST, Last updated Friday, Feb. 15 2013, 4:11 PM EST, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/commentary/boys-will-be-boys-schools-need-to-understand-that/article8616440/), on The Bay State Banner's editorial “A New Direction” (http://baystatebanner.com/Editorial51-2013-02-14), KSL.com “Study shows boys subject to negative stereotypes in school” (by Paul Nelson, March 6th, 2013 @ 7:57am, http://www.ksl.com/?nid=1070&sid=24302428), and on The Vancouver Sun's “Girls outperform boys in the three Rs” (Opinion: Study shows that male-averse trends have militated against their school success By Geoff Johnson, The Vancouver Sun March 11, 2013, http://www.vancouversun.com/Girls+outperform+boys+three/8081251/story.html#ixzz2NXitk57T). It is also covered by UGA Today in the article “New UGA research helps explain why girls do better in school” where Christopher Cornwell is the head of economics in the UGA Terry College of Business (Matt Weeks, January 2, 2013, http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/why-girls-do-better-in-school-010212/).
The Journal of Human Resources in NBC News.com article
“Class Size Reduction and Student Achievement: The Potential Tradeoff between Teacher Quality and Class Size”, by Christopher Jepsen and Steven Rivkin (The Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2009, vol. 44 no. 1, p. 223-250, doi:10.3368/jhr.44.1.223, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/44/1/223.abstract) was cited in NBC.com article “FACT CHECK: Class sizes do matter” (by Domenico Montanaro, NBC Deputy Political Editor, 25 May 2012 3:49pm, EDT, http://firstread.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/05/25/11883033-fact-check-class-sizes-do-matter?lite).
The Journal of Human Resources: Analysis finds benefits to racial quotas in Brazilian higher education
“Using Brazil’s Racial Continuum to Examine the Short-Term Effects of Affirmative Action in Higher Education”, by Andrew M. Francis and Maria Tannuri-Pianto (The Journal of Human Resources, Summer 2012, vol. 47 no. 3, p. 754-784, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/47/3/754.abstract). Click here for more information.
Study: Subsidies Change Incentives for Adoption of Foster Children
The structure of a federal program that provides monthly subsidies to promote the adoptions of special needs children in foster care may actually be delaying some adoptions, according to a new study by University of Notre Dame economist Kasey Buckles.
Forthcoming in The Journal of Human Resources, Buckles’ study shows that the number of adoptions increases when children become eligible for an adoption subsidy, and most of the increase is from adoptions by foster parents. However, the age of subsidy eligibility for children varies by state since states can choose how they define a special needs child. As a result, children in some states become subsidy eligible at age 2, while others are not eligible until age 12. Click here for more information.
The Journal of Human Resources cited in PsychCentral.com Blog
The Journal of Human Resources article “Social Security and Elderly Living Arrangements: Evidence from the Social Security Notch”, by Gary V. Engelhardt, Jonathan Gruber and Cynthia D. Perry, (The Journal of Human Resources, Spring 2005, vol. XL no. 2, p. 354-372, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XL.2.354, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XL/2/354.abstract) was cited in an article on the PsychCentral.com article “Will You Get to Choose Whether to Live on Your Own?”, By Bella DePaulo, PhD (http://blogs.psychcentral.com/single-at-heart/2012/08/will-you-get-to-choose-whether-to-live-on-your-own/).
The Journal of Human Resources cited in Harvard Business Review Blog network
The Journal of Human Resources article “Peer Effects in Academic Cheating” (Scott E. Carrell, Frederick V. Malmstrom and James E. West, The Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2008 vol. 43 no. 1, pp 173-207, doi: 10.3368/jhr.43.1.173) was cited in the article "Youthful indiscretions" (by Pam Zubeck, Colorado Springs Independent, April 11, 2012, http://www.csindy.com/coloradosprings/youthful-indiscretions/Content?oid=2452361).
Sandra Black new editor of The Journal of Human Resources
Sandra Black, Professor of Economics, Audre and Bernard Rapaport Centennial Chair in Economics and Public Affairs and PRC Faculty Research Associate at the University of Texas at Austin, has been named editor of The Journal of Human Resources, where she has served as co-editor since 2005.
JHR is a top-ranked journal in the fields of Economics (34th of 304 journals) and Industrial Relations & Labor (2nd of 22 journals).
The Journals of Human Resources cited by Colorado Springs Independent
The Journal of Human Resources article “Peer Effects in Academic Cheating” (Scott E. Carrell, Frederick V. Malmstrom and James E. West, The Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2008 vol. 43 no. 1, pp 173-207, doi: 10.3368/jhr.43.1.173) was cited in the article "Youthful indiscretions" (by Pam Zubeck, Colorado Springs Independent, April 11, 2012, http://www.csindy.com/coloradosprings/youthful-indiscretions/Content?oid=2452361).
The Journals of Human Resources cited by USDA
The Journal of Human Resources article “Short Recertification Periods in the U.S. Food Stamp Program” (by Nader S. Kabbani, Parke E. Wilde, in The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 38, Special Issue on Income Volatility and Implications for Food Assistance Programs, pp. 1112-1138, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/3558983) was cited in the article “What’s Behind the Rise in SNAP Participation?” published in Amber Waves: The Economics of Food, Farming, Natural Resources, and Rural America by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service (by Margaret Andrews, David Smallwood, available at http://www.ers.usda.gov/AmberWaves/March12/Features/SNAPRise.htm).
The Journals of Human Resources cited by The Center for College Affordability & Productivity
The Journals of Human Resources article “Cost-Related Tuition Policies and University Enrollments” (The Journal of Human Resources, Stephen A. Hoenack and William C. Weiler, Vol. 10, No. 3, Summer, 1975, p. 332-360 , available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/145195), was cited in “Chart of the Week: Percentage of Public 4-Year Institutions with Differential Tuition”, (by Jonathan Robe, The Center for College Affordability & Productivity, February 22nd, 2012, http://centerforcollegeaffordability.org/archives/7857).
The Journals of Human Resources cited on BlueJersey.com
The JHR article “Identifying Effective Classroom Practices Using Student Achievement Data,” (by Thomas J. Kane, Eric S. Taylor, John H. Tyler and Amy L. Wooten, The Journal of Human Resources, Summer 2011, vol. 46 no. 3, p. 587-613, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/46/3/587.short) was cited in the article “Teacher Evaluation: Research-based not Sound-bite driven,” (by Barbara Buono, Fri Dec 09, 2011 at 12:00:21 PM EST, http://www.bluejersey.com/diary/19963/teacher-evaluation-researchbased-not-soundbite-driven).
The Journals of Human Resources wins Emerald Management Reviews Citations of Excellence Awards for 2011
The Journal of Human Resources article, “Teachers and the gender gaps in student achievement” by Thomas S. Dee (The Journal of Human Resources, Summer 2007, vol. XLII no. 3, p. 528-554, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLII.3.528, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XLII/3/528.abstract) has won one of the prestigious Emerald Management Reviews Citations of Excellence Awards for 2011. It has been chosen as one of the top 50 articles with proven impact since its publication date (2007 in this case, to allow for citation impact to be accurately measured) from the top 300 management journals in the world.
Emerald Management Reviews is an abstracting and indexing database that covers every article in the top 300 business, management and economics journals worldwide including titles such as: Harvard Business Review; Journal of Finance; Journal of Marketing; Strategic Management Journal; MIT Sloan Management Review; Long Range Planning; Academy of Management Journal; and MIS Quarterly. 15,000 article abstracts are added to the database annually and so receiving a Citation of Excellence is an extraordinary achievement.
The Journal of Human Resources to publish article on academic effects of spacing between children
According to a new study by University of Notre Dame economist Kasey Buckles and graduate student Elizabeth Munnich, siblings spaced more than two years apart have higher reading and math scores than children born closer together. The positive academic effects of greater spacing between children were seen in older siblings, but not in younger ones, according to Buckles. Source: http://medicalxpress.com/news/2011-11-smarter-children-space-siblings-years.html. The to-be-published article is mentioned on the University of Notre Dame web site (http://provost.nd.edu/news/27449-want-smarter-children-space-siblings-at-least-two-years-apart-new-research-shows/), and is cited on Time.com (“Spacing Siblings At Least Two Years Apart Makes Kids Smarter”, by Bonnie Rochman, Monday, November 21, 2011, http://healthland.time.com/2011/11/21/spacing-kids-at-least-two-years-apart-makes-for-smarter-siblings/print/), ABCnews.com (By Mikaela Conley, Nov 28, 2011 6:37pm, http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2011/11/28/age-space-between-siblings-contributes-to-academic-success/), by Fox 28 WSJV in South Bend Indiana (http://www.fox28.com/story/16055924/new-study-shows-two-years-is-the-best-spacing-between-siblings?clienttype=printable), on ScienceBlog.com (http://scienceblog.com/49417/want-smarter-children-space-siblings-at-least-two-years-apart/), on newsy.com (http://www.newsy.com/videos/new-study-says-children-benefit-from-two-year-birth-spacing/), bioscholar.com (http://news.bioscholar.com/2011/11/want-smart-kids-space-siblings-at-least-2-years-apart.html), IrishCentral.com (http://www.irishcentral.com/news/Notre-Dame-scientists-tips-to-creating-smarter-children---wait-two-years-134959598.html), and Blogger News Network (http://www.bloggernews.net/127390), and Daily Health News (http://www.revolutionp.com/factors-affecting-childrens-intelligence-level/).
Journal of Human Resources article cited by The Catholic Register
The Journal of Human Resources article, “The “Missing Girls” of China and the Unintended Consequences of the One Child Policy,” (by Avraham Ebenstein, The Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2010, vol. 45 no. 1, p. 87-115, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/45/1/87.abstract) was cited in The Catholic Register story “Taking on China’s ‘gendercide’”, (Michael Swan, The Catholic Register, Friday, 14 October 2011 08:36, http://www.catholicregister.org/features/item/13130-taking-on-china%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%98gendercide%E2%80%99).
Journal of Human Resources article cited by Fairbanks Daily News Miner
The Journal of Human Resources article, “Teachers and the gender gaps in student achievement” by Thomas S. Dee (The Journal of Human Resources, Summer 2007, vol. XLII no. 3, p. 528-554, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLII.3.528, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XLII/3/528.abstract) was cited in the Fairbanks Daily News Miner article, “Teacher gender affects learning”, by Judy Kleinfeld (Oct 06, 2011, http://newsminer.com/bookmark/15948669-Teacher-gender-affects-learning).
Journal of Human Resources article, “Poverty, Violence, and Health The Impact of Domestic Violence During Pregnancy on Newborn Health”, (Anna Aizer, The Journal of Human Resources, Summer 2011 vol. 46 no. 3, p. 518-538, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/46/3/518) is cited in the National Institutes of Health article, “Violence during pregnancy linked to reduced birth weight”, (http://www.nih.gov/news/health/sep2011/nichd-08.htm).
Journal of Human Resources article “The Effects of Minimum Wages on the Distribution of Family Incomes A Nonparametric Analysis” cited in Chicago Tribune, New York Post, Forbes.com, others
The Journal of Human Resources article “The Effects of Minimum Wages on the Distribution of Family Incomes A Nonparametric Analysis” (David Neumark, Mark Schweitzer and William Wascher, The Journal of Human Resources, Fall 2005, vol. 40 # 4, p. 867-894, DOI 10.3368/jhr.XL.4.867, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XL/4/867.short) was cited in the Chicago Tribune Opinion article “The minimum-wage solution” (Michael Saltsman, August 19, 2011, http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/ct-oped-0819-job-20110819,0,1230070.story), as well as in the New York Post opinion article “Dems’ ‘Minimum’ job-killer”, (By BRIAN M. KOLB Last Updated: 11:38 PM, May 2, 2012 Posted: 11:11 PM, May 2, 2012, http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/dems_
minimum_job_killer_htuNQDdgR6mY1XOSFOteIM#ixzz1uUOoi7sO), on Politico.com “Minimum wage increase is campaign promise it’s OK to break”(By Michael Saltsman, 6/27/12 9:26 PM EDT http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0612/77906.html#ixzz1zafDUjZb), Politico.com “Statistical problem of minimum wage and poverty”, (By MICHAEL SALTSMAN | 3/13/13 9:48 PM EDT, http://www.politico.com/story/2013/03/statistical-problem-of-minimum-wage-and-poverty-88824.html#ixzz2NdXVkeC8), newsmax.com “Employment Study: Minimum Wage Hike Means More Poverty” (By Dan Weil, Thursday, 14 Mar 2013 02:54 PM http://www.newsmax.com/US/minimum-wage-increase-unemployment/2013/03/14/id/494722#ixzz2NdYOnNil), and Forbes.com “The Record Is Clear: Minimum Wage Hikes Destroy Jobs” (By Michael Saltsman, OP/ED, 4/17/2013 @ 8:00AM, http://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2013/04/17/the-record-is-clear-minimum-wage-hikes-destroy-jobs/).
Journal of Human Resources article cited by The Profit of Education author Dick Startz
The JHR article, “Identifying Effective Classroom Practices Using Student Achievement Data,” (by Thomas J. Kane, Eric S. Taylor, John H. Tyler and Amy L. Wooten, The Journal of Human Resources Summer 2011 vol. 46 no. 3, p. 587-613, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/46/3/587.abstract) is cited by the book The Profit of Education author Dick Startz on the website for the book at “Real Observations in the Classroom”, and “List of references”.
Journal of Human Resources article cited by the Los Angeles Times and The Baltimore Sun
The JHR article “Can Social Security Explain Trends in Labor Force Participation of Older Men in the United States?”, (by David M. Blau and Ryan M. Goodstein, The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 45 no. 2, p. 328-363, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/45/2/328.abstract) was cited by the Los Angeles Times and The Baltimore Sun in posts for the Booster Shots blog post “AARP ready to deal on Social Security benefit cuts—what does research show?”, (By Amina Khan, Los Angeles Times / for the Booster Shots blog, June 17, 2011, http://articles.latimes.com/2011/jun/17/news/la-heb-aarp-social-security-20110617, and picked up by The Baltimore Sun at http://www.baltimoresun.com/health/boostershots/la-heb-aarp-social-security-20110617,0,6489276.story).
The Journal of Human Resources cited in article on Statistics Canada
The JHR articles “The effects of interrupted schooling on wages,” (Light, Audrey, The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 30 (3), 1995, p. 472-502, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/146032) and “Education and ethnicity in Canada: An intergenerational perspective,” (Sweetman, Arthur and Dicks, Gordon. The Journal of Human Resources vol. 34 (4), 1999, p. 668-696, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/146412) were cited in the article “Delaying Post-secondary Education: Who Delays and for How Long?” (Darcy Hango, StatisticsCanada.ca, article #81-595-M, available at http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/81-595-m/81-595-m2011090-eng.htm).
Journal of Human Resources article cited in Reuters blog
The article “The Impact of Obesity on Wages” (John Cawley, The Journal of Human Resources, 39-2, p 451-474, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/XXXIX/2/451) was cited in Reuters entry “6 tips for losing weight without losing your wallet” (reuters.com Prism Money: Shedding light on personal finance, Mar 10, 2011 11:44 EST, http://blogs.reuters.com/prism-money/2011/03/10/6-tips-for-losing-weight-without-losing-your-wallet/).
Journal of Human Resources article cited in article by the Twin Cities' Pioneer Press
The JHR article “Are Middle Schools More Effective?” (Kelly Bedard and Chau Do, The Journal of Human Resources, 40-3 (2005), p. 660-682, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/XL/3/660) was cited in the article “At crux of St. Paul schools reorganization: putting sixth-graders in junior high schools” (At crux of St. Paul reorganization — the middle years, by Doug Belden, PioneerPress.com, Posted: 03/14/2011 12:01:00 AM CDT, http://www.twincities.com/news/ci_17608124?source=rss).
Journal of Human Resouces article noted in Geary Behaviour Economics blog
The JHR article “The Effect of Migraine Headache on Educational Attainment” (Daniel I. Rees and Joseph J. Sabia, The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 46-2 (2011, p. 317-332, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/46/2/317) was noted in the post from Wednesday, March 09, 2011 “Education and migraine” (http://gearybehaviourcenter.blogspot.com/2011/03/education-and-migraine.html).
The Journal of Human Resources cited by European Sociological Review
The JHR articles “Self-employment, family background and race” (Hout M., Rosen H., The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 35-3, p. 670-692, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/info/146367) and “Why so many children of doctors become doctors: nepotism vs. human capital transfers” (Laband D. N., Lentz F., The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 24-3, (1989), p. 396-413, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/info/145820) were cited in the European Sociological Review article “The South–North Mobility of Italian College Graduates. An Empirical Analysis” (European Sociological Review, doi: 10.1093/esr/jcr023 First published online: March 17, 2011, http://esr.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2011/03/17/esr.jcr023.abstract).
Journal of Human Resources article cited in National Review Online, and on AlaskaDemocrats.org
The JHR article “High/Scope Perry PreSchool program: Cost-Benefit Analysis Using Data from the Age-40 Followup” ( Clive R Belfield, Milagros Nores, Steve Barnett and Lawrence Schweinhart, The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 41, no. 1, p 162-190, Winter 2006, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/XLI/1/162) was cited in “Early Childhood Interventions and Crime Control” (Reihan Salam, National Review Online, February 14, 2013 1:11 pm, http://www.nationalreview.com/agenda/340724/early-childhood-interventions-and-crime-control-reihan-salam), and “Early Childhood Development: A Wise Investment” (AlaskaDemocrats.org, Thursday, 17 February 2011 00:00, http://www.alaskademocrats.org/component/content/article/42-rokstories/656-early-childhood-development-a-wise-investment).
Journal of Human Resources articles cited in Indian Journal of Labour Economics
The JHR articles “Intergenerational Correlations in Labor Market Status: A Comparison of the United States and Germany Intergenerational Correlations in Labor Market Status: A Comparison of the United States and Germany” (Couch, K.A. and Dunn, T.A., The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 32, no. 1, p 201-232, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/info/146246) and “An Investigation of the Labor Market Earnings of Panamanian Males Evaluating the Sources of Inequality An Investigation of the Labor Market Earnings of Panamanian Males Evaluating the Sources of Inequality” (Heckman, J.J. and Hotz, V.J., The Journal of Human Resources, vol. 21, no. 4, p 507-542, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/info/145765) were cited in the Indian Journal of Labour Economics article “Educational and occupational mobility across generations in India: social and regional dimensions” (Ray, Jhilam and Majumder, Rajarshi, Indian Journal of Labour Economics, vol. 53, no. 4, December 2010, http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/28539/).
Journal of Human Resources article “Evidence from Maternity Leave Expansions of the Impact of Maternal Care on Early Child Development” cited in multiple articles
The article (Michael Baker and Kevin Milligan, The Journal of Human Resources, 45:1, p 1-32, 2010, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/1/1) was cited in The Vancouver Sun article “Few benefits for toddlers from paid parental leave: study” (Janet Steffenhagen, December 6, 2010, http://communities.canada.com/vancouversun/blogs/reportcard/
archive/2010/12/06/few-benefits-for-toddlers-from-paid-parental-leave-study.aspx) and The Globe and Mail article “Child development not linked to length of parental leave, government argues” (Jill Mahoney, Published Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 8:45PM EST Last updated Tuesday, Feb. 01, 2011 11:05AM EST, http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/twin-parental-leaves-case-raises-fear-
Journal of Human Resources article “Teacher Credentials and Student Achievement in High School: A Cross-Subject Analysis with Student Fixed Effects” cited in the Anchorage Daily News article
The article "Teacher Credentials and Student Achievement in High School: A Cross-Subject Analysis with Student Fixed Effects" (Charles T. Clotfelter, Helen F. Ladd and Jacob L. Vigdor, The Journal of Human Resources, 45:3, p 655-681, 2010, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/3/655) was cited in the Anchorage Daily News article “'Tracking' a way to motivate public school pupils” (David Reaume, Anchorage Daily News, December 4th, 2010 07:07 PM Last Modified: December 4th, 2010 07:07 PM http://www.adn.com/2010/12/04/1587993/tracking-a-way-to-motivate-public.html).
Journal of Human Resources article “Charitable Giving by Married Couples: Who Decides and Why Does it Matter?” cited on Examiner.com
The article (James Andreoni, Eleanor Brown and Isaac Rischall, The Journal of Human Resources, 38:1, p 111-133, 2003, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/XXXVIII/1/111) is cited in the Examiner.com article “How to avoid money arguments during the holiday season” (By Tonya Foust Mead, DC Marriage Advice Examiner, December 3rd, 2010 8:36 pm ET, http://www.examiner.com/dc-in-washington-dc/money-arguments-during-the-holiday-season-reasons-and-recommendations?render=print).
The Journal of Human Resources cited on StudentPulse.com
The Journal of Human Resources article “Does Child Labor Decline with Improving Economic Status?” (Edmonds, Eric V., The Journal of Human Resources, 40:1, 2005, p 77-99, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/XL/1/77) was cited in the StudentPulse.com article “The Equivocal Nature of Exploitation: How Poor Workers In Developing Nations Exploit Capitalist Greed For A Profit” (Colin R. Fraser, StudentPulse.com, November 8th, 2010, http://studentpulse.com/articles/318/the-equivocal-nature-of-exploitation-how-poor-workers-in-developing-nations-exploit-capitalist-greed-for-a-profit).
The Journal of Human Resources cited in Voxeu.org
The Journal of Human Resources article “Migration and Income Redistribution” (Edward M. Gramlich and Deborah S. Laren, The Journal of Human Resources, 19:4, p. 489-511, 1984, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/145944) was cited in the article “The ageing, crisis-prone welfare state is bad news for welfare migration” (Assaf Razin, VoxEU.org, November 6, 2010, http://www.voxeu.org/index.php?q=node/5748) a policy portal set up by the Centre for Economic Policy Research.
Journal of Human Resources articles cited in The New England Journal of Higher Education
Two The Journal of Human Resources articles were cited in the article “College Labor Shortages in 2018?” (Paul E. Harrington and Andrew M. Sum, The New England Journal of Higher Education, November 8, 2010, http://www.nebhe.org/2010/11/08/college-labor-shortages-in-2018/). The cited articles are “The Impact of Surplus Schooling on Earnings; Some Additional Findings,” (Richard R. Verdugo and Naomi Verdugo, Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 24, No. 4, 1989, p. 629-673, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/info/145998), and “The Impact of Surplus Schooling on Productivity and Earnings,” (Russell W. Rumberger, The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1981, p. 29-50, available on JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org/stable/145998).
Journal of Human Resources article “Immigrant Status and the Value of Statistical Life” cited in news stories
The JHR article “Immigrant Status and the Value of Statistical Life” (Joni Hersch and W. Kip Viscusi, The Journal of Human Resources, 45:3, p 749-771, 2010, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/3/749) was cited in “Vanderbilt study shows death jobs go to Mexican immigrants” (HispanicNashville.com, Tuesday, November 9, 2010, http://www.hispanicnashville.com/2010/11/death-jobs.html), and “Vanderbilt study shows inequality of life for Mexican immigrants” (InsideVandy.com, Oct. 26, 2010, http://www.insidevandy.com/drupal/node/15238).
Journal of Human Resources article “The Persistence of Teacher-Induced Learning” cited in news stories
The JHR article “The Persistence of Teacher-Induced Learning” (Brian A. Jacob, Lars Lefgren and David P. Sims, The Journal of Human Resources, 45:4, p 915-943, 2010, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/4/915) was cited in the story “Most of Value-Added Impact from Teachers Fades After One Year” (Newswise.com, 11/16/2010 8:00 AM EST, http://www.newswise.com/articles/
most-of-value-added-impact-from-teachers-fades-after-one-year), “No silver bullet for education: Most value-added impact from teachers fades within 1 year” (Sciencecodex.com, November 16, 2010, 6:40pm, http://www.sciencecodex.com/most_valueadded_
impact_from_teachers_fades_within_1_year), and “Student scores are a poor reflection of teaching ability” (abc4.com, http://www.abc4.com/content/news/top_stories/story/
Journal of Human Resources article “Are College Graduates More Responsive to Distant Labor Market Opportunities?” cited in WLS news story
The JHR article “Are College Graduates More Responsive to Distant Labor Market Opportunities?” (Abigail Wozniak, The Journal of Human Resources, 45:4, p 944-970, 2010, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/4/944) shows that workers who begin their careers during an economic downturn earn less than those who begin their careers at other times. The article was cited in a news item by WGN Radio (WLS, http://www.wlsam.com/Article.asp?id=1975378&spid).
Journal of Human Resources article “High School Employment and Youths' Academic Achievement” cited in the high school newspaper Mainstream
The article “High School Employment and Youths' Academic Achievement” (Donna S. Rothstein, The Journal of Human Resources, 37:1, p 194-213, 2007, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/XLII/1/194) was cited in the article “Should High School Students Have Jobs?” (Margaret Shahan, Mainstream, Thursday, October 14, 2010, http://my.hsj.org/Schools/Newspaper/tabid/100/view/frontpage/
The Journal of Human Resources cited in multiple news articles
The Journal of Human Resources article, “Are College Graduates More Responsive to Distant Labor Market Opportunities?” (Abigail Wozniak. “Are College Graduates More Responsive to Distant Labor Market Opportunities?”. The Journal of Human Resources, 45.4 (2010): 944-970.) was cited by The Wall Street Journal article “Scarred in Candyland” (By Al Lewis, wsj.com, Career Strategies, October 10, 2010, http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100014240527487044424045755
42573597733434.html?KEYWORDS=AL+LEWIS), and Inside Indiana Business in the report “Research Shows Impact of Recession on Career Earnings” (“Research Shows Impact of Recession on Career Earnings”, Inside Indiana Business, updated: 10/4/2010 3:55:23 PM, http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/newsitem.asp?ID=43975).
Journal of Human Resources article on childhood obesity and school lunches cited in Boston Globe, many others
The article “School Nutrition Programs and the Incidence of
Childhood Obesity”, (Daniel L. Millimet, Rusty Tchernis, and Muna Husain, The Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 45 #3, p. 640-654, http://jhr.uwpress.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/3/640) has been cited in many news articles and blog posts including “Stacking up the evidence against school lunches” (Boston.com, Rob Anderson January 23, 2011 07:39 PM, http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/
blogs/the_angle/2011/01/stacking_up_the.html), “School Lunch Program Makes Kids Fat” (Emily Main, Rodale.com, http://www.rodale.com/obesity-problem-and-children), “In Brief” (Monitor on Psychology, September 2010, Vol. 41, #8, Print version p. 14, http://www.apa.org/monitor/2010/09/inbrief.aspx), “Spend more on childhood nutrition today, pay less later” (By Daily Iowan Editorial Board, January 31, 2012, 7:20 AM, http://www.dailyiowan.com/2012/01/31/Opinions/
26747.html), “Federal School Lunches Linked to Childhood Obesity” (Ariel Goldring, Free Market Mojo, http://freemarketmojo.com/?p=12864), “School Lunches Linked to Obesity” (Food Product Design, 8/2010, http://www.foodproductdesign.com/news/2010/08/
school-lunches-linked-to-obesity.aspx), “USDA-backed study finds
federal school lunches linked to childhood obesity” (EurekAlert!, 8-24-2010, http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2010-08/
smu-usf082410.php), “Federal school lunches linked to
childhood obesity, says SMU research” (SMU Research, 8-19-2010, 6:24 AM, http://blog.smu.edu/research/2010/08/federal_school_
lunches_a_cause.html), “School Lunches Linked to Childhood Obesity” (disabled-world.com, 9-7-2010, http://www.disabled-world.com/fitness/child-obesity/school-lunches.php), “USDA-backed study finds federal school lunches linked to childhood obesity” (FDA Updates, 8-24-2010, http://fdaupdates.blogspot.com/2010/08/usda-backed-study-finds-federal-school.html), “Could School Lunch Really Cause Childhood Obesity?” (DoYourPart, 8-30-2010, http://doyourpart.com/eco-news/could-school-lunch-really-cause-childhood-obesity/), “Are School Lunches Making Kids Fatter?” (by paulabernstein, Strollerderby, 8-27-2010, 2:30 pm, http://blogs.babble.com/strollerderby/2010/08/27/school-lunch-childhood-obesit/?author=32), “Do School Lunches Plump Up Poor Kids?” (Emily Badger, Miller-McCune, 9-1-10, http://www.miller-mccune.com/health/do-school-lunches-plump-up-poor-kids-21822/), “Solving The Lunchbox Dilemma” (Nonna Joann, Baby Bites, 8-31-2010, http://www.babybites.info/2010/08/31/school-lunch-dilemma/), “The Not-So-Skinny on School Lunches”, (connectwithkids.com, 9/8/2010, CWK Producer, http://www.connectwithkids.com/tipsheet/2010/
506_sep8/thisweek/100908_lunches.shtml), and “Federal School Lunches — But Not Breakfasts —
Linked to Childhood Obesity, Research Finds” ( Science Magazine: Science Daily News, Saturday, 9/11/2010, Posted by admin, http://www.sciencemagnews.com/federal-school-lunches-but-not-breakfasts-linked-to-childhood-obesity-research-finds.html).
October 2009 (top)
“Partially Identifying Treatment Effects with an Application to Covering the Uninsured,” cited by AHRQ
“Partially Identifying Treatment Effects with an Application to Covering the Uninsured,” by Brent Kreider and Steven C. Hill, (doi: 10.3368/jhr.44.2.409 The Journal of Human Resources Spring 2009 vol. 44 no. 2, p 409-449, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/44/2/409.abstract) was cited by AHRQ: “Health Care Costs and Financing: New methods estimate the costs of covering the uninsured” (http://www.ahrq.gov/research/oct09/1009RA2.htm), and AHRQ Research Activities Newsletter: “New methods estimate the costs of covering the uninsured” (http://www.ahrq.gov/research/oct09/1009RA.pdf, p. 2).
May 2008 (top)
“Parent-Child Quality Time: Does Birth Order Matter?” featured on NBC's Today show
Journal of Human Resources article “Parent-Child Quality Time: Does Birth Order Matter?” (by Joseph Price, DOI: 10.3368/jhr.43.1.240, The Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2008, vol. 43 no. 1, p. 240-265, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/43/1/240.abstract) was featured on NBC's Today show (http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/24464931#24464931).
December 2006 (top)
In memoriam, former Managing Editor Barbara Dennis.
August 2006 (top)
Do College Sports Enhance Future Earnings? Less Than Half of Former Athletes Earn More Than Non-Athletes, Study Finds
Click here to read the article (“Do Former College Athletes Earn More at Work? A Nonparametric Assessment”, by Daniel J. Henderson, Alexandre Olbrecht and Solomon W. Polachek, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLI.3.558, The Journal of Human Resources, Summer 2006, vol. XLI no. 3, p. 558-577, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XLI/3/558.abstract), and click here to read the press release.
August, 2006 (top)
Snack Foods in Schools Linked to Greater Body Mass for Some Students
Click here to read the article (“Reading, Writing, and Refreshments Are School Finances Contributing to Children’s Obesity?”, by Patricia M. Anderson and Kristin F. Butcher, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLI.3.467, The Journal of Human Resources, Summer 2006, vol. XLI no. 3, p. 467-494, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XLI/3/467.abstract), and click here to read the press release.
May 2006 (top)
Immigrant Influx Spurs Some U.S. Workers to Look Elsewhere, New Research Suggests
Click here to read the article (“Native Internal Migration and the Labor Market Impact of Immigration”, by George J. Borjas, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLI.2.221, The Journal of Human Resources, Spring 2006 vol. XLI no. 2, p. 221-258, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XLI/2/221.abstract), and click here to read the press release. The article has been cited in the following articles:
• Post-industrialisation, Immigration and Unemployment: How and Why the Impact of Immigration on Unemployment Differs between Dutch Cities (Urban Stud, June 1, 2012, vol. 49, p 1711-1724)
• The impact of the economic crisis on international migration: a review (Work Employment Society, December 1, 2011, vol. 25, p. 675-692
• Immigration, Skill Mix, and Capital Skill Complementarity (Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 1, 2011, vol. 126, p. 1029-1069)
• Neighborhood Immigration and Native Out-Migration (American Sociological Review, February 1, 2011, vol. 76, p. 25-47)
• New state-theoretic approaches to asylum and refugee geographies (Prog Hum Geogr, October 1, 2010, vol. 34, p. 626-645)
• The labour market impact of immigration (OXF REV ECON POLICY, September 1, 2008, vol. 24, p. 477-494)
May 2006 (top)
One More Year of Schooling Could Narrow Racial/Ethnic Skills Gaps, New Research Suggests
Click here to read the article (“Schooling and the Armed Forces Qualifying Test: Evidence from School-Entry Laws”, by Elizabeth U. Cascio and Ethan G. Lewis, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLI.2.294, The Journal of Human Resources, Spring 2006, vol. XLI no. 2, p. 294-318), and click here to read the press release.
February 2006 (top)
Preschool for At-Risk Children a Good Investment, New Research Suggests
Click here to read the article (“The High/Scope Perry Preschool Program: Cost–Benefit Analysis Using Data from the Age-40 Followup”, by Clive R Belfield, Milagros Nores, Steve Barnett and Lawrence Schweinhart, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLI.1.162, The Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2006, vol. XLI no. 1, p. 162-190, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XLI/1/162.abstract), and click here to read the press release.
February 2006 (top)
State Laws Can Lead to More Bank Accounts Among Low-Income Minority Households, Study Suggests
Click here to read the article, (“The Impact of Banking and Fringe Banking Regulation on the Number of Unbanked Americans”, by Ebonya Washington, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XLI.1.106, The Journal of Human Resources, Winter 2006, vol. XLI no. 1, p. 106-137, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XLI/1/106.abstract), and click here to read the press release.
December 2005 (top)
Many Leading Private Colleges and Universities Tailor Prices To Students' Financial Means, Study Finds
Click here to read the article, (“Affordability: Family Incomes and Net Prices at Highly Selective Private Colleges and Universities”, by Catharine B. Hill, Gordon C. Winston and Stephanie A. Boyd, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XL.4.769, The Journal of Human Resources, Fall 2005, vol. XL no. 4, p. 769-790, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XL/4/769.abstract), and click here to read the press release.
December 2005 (top)
Study of The Weakest Link Game Show Looks at Gender and Racial Discrimination
Click here to read the article, (“Games and Discrimination: Lessons From The Weakest Link”, Kate Antonovics, Peter Arcidiacono and Randall Walsh, doi: 10.3368/jhr.XL.4.918, Journal of Human Resources, Fall 2005, vol. XL no. 4, p. 918-947, http://jhr.uwpress.org/content/XL/4/918.abstract), and click here to read the press release.