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J
ULIA

I
NGR
I
D

L
A
NE

EDUCATI
O
N


P
h.
D. U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y

of

M
i
ss
o
u
ri,
C
olu
m
b
ia, Ma
j
or

A
rea:

Eco
n
o
m
ic
s
, Mi
n
or

A
rea:

Ge
r
m
a
n
,1982


M.
A
. U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y

of

M
i
ss
o
u
ri,
C
olu
m
b
ia, Ma
j
or:

Stati
s
tic
s
,

M
i
n
or:

Mat
h
e
m
atics,1982


B.
A
. Ma
s
s
e
y

U
n
i
v
er
s
it
y
, N
e
w

Z
ea
l
a
n
d, Eco
n
o
m
ics

a
n
d
J
apa
n
ese, 1977

W
O
RK

E
X
P
ERIENCE


04/12


present


Senior Managing Economist, American Institutes for Research

Professeur, University of Strasbourg
,
Strasbourg, France

Chercheur Associ
ée, Observatoire des Sciences et des Techniques
, Paris, France

Professor, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economics and Social Research, University of
Melbourne


01/08


03/12


Senior
Program
Director
,

Scie
n
ce

o
f

Scie
n
ce

a
n
d I
nn
o
v
ation

P
oli
cy

Program
, Natio
n
al

Sci
e
n
ce

Foundation




Developed and m
anage
d

the
Science of Science and Innovation Policy program

($10 million
budget)
.



Built the
multi
-
agency, multi
-
university

Consortium


S
c
i
e
n
ce a
n
d
T
ec
hn
ology

f
or

A
m
erica

s
R
e
i
nv
e
s
t
m
e
n
t
:

Mea
s
u
ring

t
h
e
E
f
f
ec
T
s of

R
esear
c
h

on

In
n
o
v
ati
o
n
,
C
o
m
p
e
titi
v
e
n
e
s
s

a
n
d
Scie
n
ce”

(
S
T
A
R

ME
T
R
I
C
S)

pro
g
r
a
m (
https://starmetrics.nih.gov
)

with a budget of $3 million.



Developed and implemented tools to meet
NSF and
White House

strategic goals
(
http://readidata.nitrd.gov/star/home.html
).


09/05



1/
0
8




Se
n
ior Vice

P
reside
n
t

a
n
d Di
r
ector,

Eco
n
o
m
i
c
s
,

L
abor, a
n
d
P
op
u
lation
;
NO
R
C

at

t
h
e
U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y

of
C
hica
g
o




Managed the Economics Department,
with a $30 million budget and 35 staff.



Conceptualized and led the establishment of the
N
O
R
C/Uni
v
er
s
i
t
y

o
f

C
h
ic
a
g
o data e
n
cla
v
e
http://www.norc.uchicago.edu/DataEnclave/

).


09/04


12/
0
5



P
ro
g
ram

Director,

Eco
n
o
m
ics,

Natio
n
al

Sci
e
n
ce

Fou
n
dation




Managed and allocated resources for the

Economics program portfolio


2




Created a new $4 million funding opportunity

for the

Natio
n
a
l

Sci
e
n
ce

Foundation


N
e
x
t

G
e
n
eration C
y
b
e
rtool
s

s
olicitatio
n
:
ww
w
.
n
s
f
.
g
o
v
/
p
u
b
s
/2005/
n
s
f
05563/
ns
f
0556
3
.
h
t
m



01/00



08
/
04



Director,

E
m
pl
o
ym
e
n
t

D
yn
a
mics

P
ro
g
ram

a
n
d

P
ri
n
cipal

R
e
s
earch

As
s
ociate
,
T
h
e Urban

I
ns
titute




Led the creation and permanent establishment of

t
h
e
L
o
n
gi
t
u
di
n
al
E
m
pl
o
y
e
r
-
Ho
us
e
h
old
D
yn
a
m
i
cs

P
ro
g
ram

at

t
h
e U.S.

C
e
n
s
us B
u
rea
u
. It is now a per
m
a
n
e
n
t
C
e
n
s
u
s B
u
reau

pro
g
r
a
m

(
h
ttp:
/
/le
h
d.
d
i
d.ce
n
s
us
.
g
ov

) with appropriated funds of $11 million/year. It
has also

received a
Department of Commerce Gold Medal
.



Developed a research agenda that generated ove
r

$15 million in grants and contracts from a
variety of foundations, national and international agencies
.


09/90



12
/
01


As
s
i
s
tant,

As
s
ociate

a
n
d F
u
l
l

P
ro
f
es
s
or of

Eco
n
o
m
ics,

A
m
e
rican

U
n
i
v
er
s
it
y




Initiated a research agenda that led to over

$5 million in grants and contracts from a variety of
foundations, national and international agencies



Won awards for teaching excellence.


05/9
2



12/06



The
World

Ba
n
k (
consultancies and
on

s
abbatical)

Ed
u
cation a
n
d Social
P
olicy

u
nit.




A
n
a
l
y
z
ed
and
documented the return on education investment in the

P
h
ilippi
n
e
s
, Tanzania and

Na
d
u, I
n
dia.

P
ri
v
ate Se
c
tor

De
v
elo
p
m
e
n
t u
n
it




Led a major

sk
i
l
l
n
eeds

pro
j
ect

f
or Mala
ys
ia



Designed and implemented evaluations in

Me
x
ico
,
M
o
rocco, Tunisia, Madagascar.


01/84



05
/
9
0


As
s
i
s
tant

a
n
d

A
s
s
ociate
P
ro
f
es
s
or of

Eco
n
o
m
i
c
s
,

U
n
i
v
er
s
it
y

of

L
o
u
is
v
ille



Established the Center for Business and Economic Research



Received

several awards for research


12/82



12
/
83



A
ss
i
s
tant

P
ro
f
es
s
or of

Eco
n
o
m
ics,

Weste
r
n

Illi
n
o
i
s

Uni
v
er
s
i
t
y

SELECTED PROFESSIONA
L ACTIVITIES


SELECTED
FELLOWSHIPS AND AWAR
DS


American Statistical Association Fellow, 2009


National Association of State Work
force Agencies Vladimir Chavrid Award,
2004



3


Se
n
ior

R
esear
c
h

Fell
o
w
,
C
e
n
s
u
s

B
u
re
a
u

1998



2
0
04 (e
x
pa
n
di
n
g

t
h
e

L
EHD pro
g
r
a
m
)


A
S
A
/N
S
F

C
e
n
s
u
s Fell
o
w

199
7
-
1998
(
de
v
elopi
n
g

t
h
e prec
u
r
s
or to

t
h
e
L
EHD pro
g
r
a
m
)


R
esearch Fell
o
w
,

IZA

(In
s
ti
t
u
t
e
f
or t
h
e S
t
u
d
y

of
L
abor, Bo
n
n

Ge
r
m
a
n
y
)

E
DITO
R
IAL/
A
DV
I
S
O
R
Y
B
OA
R
DS; BOA
R
D OF DI
R
ECTO
R
S
;

R
EVIEW

B
O
A
R
DS

As
s
ociate

Editor:

J
o
u
r
n
al

of

P
ri
v
a
c
y

a
n
d
C
on
f
identiali
t
y



Editor: Journal of
Policy Analysis

and Management (special issue)


Editor: Labour Economics (special issue)


Editor: New Zealand Journal of Economics (special issues)


M
e
m
ber:

F
o
un
d
i
n
g
C
o
mm
i
t
tee
f
o
r t
h
e I
n
ter
n
a
t
io
n
al

Data

Foru
m


Editor: Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (special issue on science policy)

SELECTED PROFESSIONA
L SERVICE

A
m
eric
a
n Stati
s
t
ical

A
s
s
ociatio
n
,



Chair, S
u
bcom
m
ittee

on

P
ri
v
a
c
y

a
n
d
C
o
n
f
i
de
n
tiali
t
y



A
S
A

Fell
o
w
s

S
u
bc
o
mm
itte
e
;

American Association
for the Advancement of Science



Member, Electorate Nominating Committee, Section K on Social, Economic, and Political
Sciences (elected 2010)

Research Councils UK International Panel



International Review of eScience

German

Wi
s
s
e
ns
c
haftsrat (National
Academies equivalent)



Roadmap for Social Science and Humanities Research Infrastructure 2009
-
2010



Roadmap for Science Research Infrastructure 2011
-
2012



Sciencebased Energy Research Challenges 2012
-
2013

National Academies of Science



Transportation Research
Board 2013

OECD/Global Science Forum



Expert group on data infrastructure

White House National Science and Technology Council



C
oc
h
air (
w
i
th

B
i
ll

Valdez) t
h
e Sci
e
n
ce

of

Sci
e
n
ce

P
olicy

I
n
tera
g
e
n
c
y

g
ro
u
p

(c
h
artered by

t
h
e
S
u
bc
o
mm
ittee

o
f

Soci
a
l

a
n
d Be
h
a
v
ioral

Sci
e
n
ces

of

t
h
e Na
t
io
n
al Scie
n
ce

a
n
d
T
ec
hn
ology
C
ou
n
cil)


P
UBLICATI
O
NS


B
OOKS

Authored

1.

W
h
e
r
e

A
r
e

All

The

Good

Jo
b
s

Going?

W
hat

N
ational

A
n
d

Local

Job

Quality

And


4


Dy
n
amics

Mean

For
U.S.
W
o
r
ke
r
s

co
-
a
u
t
h
ored

w
i
t
h

Har
r
y

Holzer a
n
d Da
v
id
R
o
s
e
n
blu
m
,
R
u
s
s
ell

S
a
g
e
P
res
s
,

2011.


2.

Economic

Tu
r
bul
e
nce:

Is

A

V
olatile

Eco
n
omy

Go
o
d

for

A
m
eri
c
a?
,

co
-
a
u
t
h
ored

w
i
t
h

C
lair

Bro
w
n

a
n
d

J
o
h
n Halt
i
w
an
g
er,

Uni
v
er
s
i
t
y

o
f

Chica
g
o
P
res
s
, 2006 (reviewed in Wall Street
Journal and the Economist blog).

3.

Moving

Up

or Movi
n
g

On: Wo
r
ke
rs
,

Fi
r
m
s and

Ad
v
ancem
e
nt

in

the

Lo
w
-
W
age

Labor
M
a
r
ket,

co
-
a
u
t
h
ored
w
i
t
h

Fredrik

A
n
der
ss
on

a
n
d

Harry Holzer,

Sa
g
e

P
res
s
,

2005

(I
n
cl
u
ded

in

P
ri
n
c
e
ton

U
n
i
v
e
r
s
i
t
y
I
n
du
s
trial
R
elations

Se
c
tion

“N
o
t
e
w
or
t
hy Boo
k
s

i
n

I
n
d
u
s
trial

R
e
la
t
io
n
s

a
n
d

L
abor

Eco
n
o
m
i
c
s
2
005

;

re
v
i
e
w
s

i
n
J
o
u
r
n
al of

Eco
n
o
m
ic
L
itera
t
u
r
e a
n
d I
n
d
us
trial

a
n
d
L
abor
R
e
l
atio
n
s

R
e
v
i
e
w
).


Edited

1.

The

Handb
o
ok

of

Scie
n
ce

of

Scie
n
ce

Policy,

co
-
edited

w
ith

K
a
y
e

H
us
b
a
n
ds
-
Feal
i
ng
,

J
ack

Marb
u
r
g
er,

S
tep
h
anie Shipp, a
n
d Bill

Valdez,

Sta
n
f
ord

U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y

P
ress,

20
1
1
.

2.

The

Analys
i
s

of

Fi
r
ms

and

Employees:

Quantitative

and

Qualitative

App
r
oache
s
,

c
o
-
e
dited

w
i
t
h

St
e
f
a
n

Be
n
der,

Fredrik

A
n
der
ss
o
n
,

Kat
h
r
y
n

S
h
a
w

a
n
d

T
ill

Von

Wac
h
ter,

N
B
E
R
,

Uni
v
er
s
i
t
y

of

C
h
ic
a
g
o

P
res
s
,

2008

3.

C
onfidentiality,

Di
s
clo
s
u
r
e

and

Data

Acces
s
:

Theo
r
y

and

P
r
actical

Applications

for

S
t
ati
s
tical

Agencies
,

coedited
w
i
th

P
at

D
o
y
le,

L
a
u
r
a
Z
a
y
a
tz

a
n
d
J
u
les

T
h
eeu
w
e
s
,

North

Holla
n
d, 2001.

4.

The

Cr
eation

a
n
d

A
nalys
i
s of

Emp
l
oyer a
n
d

Emp
l
oy
e
e Matched

D
ata

part

of t
h
e

North
Holla
n
d
C
o
n
trib
u
t
io
n
s

to Eco
n
o
m
ic

A
n
a
l
ys
i
s

Series.

C
oedited

w
i
th

J
o
h
n Halt
i
w
a
n
g
er,
Ji
m

Spletz
e
r,

J
u
les
T
h
eeu
w
es a
n
d Ken

T
ro
sk
e. 1999
.

AR
TICL
E
S

PUBLISHED

IN

R
EFERE
E
D JOU
R
NALS


1.

“Dec
o
m
po
s
ing

t
h
e

So
u
rces

o
f

Earnin
g
s

I
n
eq
u
a
l
i
t
y
:

A
s
s
e
s
s
ing

t
h
e

R
ole

of

R
ea
l
locatio
n


w
i
t
h

Fredr
i
k A
n
der
ss
o
n
,
Elizabe
t
h

D
a
v
i
s
,

Matt
h
e
w

L
. Free
d
m
a
n
,

J
u
lia

I.
L
a
n
e, Brian

P
. Mc
C
all,
L
. Kri
s
tin Sa
n
d
u
s
ky;
Industrial Relations
,

October 2012 (lead
article)

2.

STAR METRICS and the Science of Science Policy” with Mark Largent,
Research Policy
Review
, 2012

3.

“Overview of the Science of Science Policy Symposium” with Dan Black,
Journal of
Policy Analysis and Management
,
2012

4.

“Workers’ View of the Impact of Trade on Jobs” with Clair Brown and Tim Sturgeon;
Industrial Relations

January, 2013

5.


“Measuring the Resul
ts of Science Investments” with Stefano Bertuzzi,
Science
,
V
olume
331, pages 678
-
680, February 11, 2011
.


6.


L
o
s
t

J
obs

a
n
d

Heal
t
h

In
su
r
a
n
ce:

An

A
n
a
l
ys
is

o
f

t
h
e

I
m
p
a
ct

of

E
m
pl
o
ym
e
n
t

Volat
i
li
t
y

on

Fi
r
m pro
v
ided Health

Ins
u
r
a
n
ce

C
o
v
er
a
g
e”
w
i
t
h

Fredrik

A
n
der
s
s
o
n
,

Iben Bol
v
ig

a
n
d

Matt

Freed
m
a
n
,

Applied Ec
o
nomics
, Volume 43, Issue 23, pages 3051
-
3
-
73, 2011
.

7.

"
Bala
n
ci
n
g
A
cce
s
s

to

Data

And
P
ri
v
ac
y
.

A

r
e
v
i
e
w

of

t
h
e
i
s
s
u
es

a
n
d approac
h
es

f
or t
h
e

f
u
t
u
re”

w
i
t
h

C
l
a
u
d
ia Sch
u
r,

Health

Se
r
v
ices
R
esea
r
c
h
, Volu
m
e 45, I
ssu
e
5
,

pa
g
es 1456

1
4
67, Oct
o
ber

20
1
0
.

8.


Let’s Make

S
c
ie
n
ce Metri
c
s

M
o
re

Scie
n
t
i
f
ic”

N
atu
r
e
,
Volume 464, pages
488

489,
March

25, 2
0
10
.

9.

“As
s
e
s
s
i
n
g

t
h
e

I
m
pact

of Sci
e
n
ce

F
un
d
i
n
g


Scie
n
ce
,

Volume

3
24.
n
o. 5
9
32,
p
p.

1273



12
7
5, 5
J
un
e

2009.

10.


P
rod
u
ct

Mar
k
et

C
o
m
p
e
tit
i
on

a
n
d

H
u
m
a
n

R
es
o
u
rce

P
ractices:

An

A
n
a
l
y
s
is
o
f
t
h
e

R
etail

F
ood

Sector”

w
i
t
h

Elizabeth

D
a
v
i
s
,

Mat
t
h
e
w

Fr
e
ed
m
a
n
,

Bri
a
n

M
c
C
all,

Nicole

Nestoriak


5


a
n
d

T
i
m

P
ark

Indu
s
t
r
ial

Relation
s
,

Volume
48.2

pages

3
5
0
-
37
1
, 2009
.

11.

“Reac
h
i
ng
f
or

t
h
e

Sta
r
s
:

P
a
y
i
n
g

f
or

T
ale
n
t

in

I
nn
o
v
at
i
v
e

I
n
d
us
tri
e
s


w
i
t
h

Fredrik

A
n
d
er
ss
o
n
,

Mat
t
h
e
w Free
d
m
a
n
,

J
ohn

Halt
i
w
a
n
g
er, a
n
d

Kathy
S
h
a
w (N
B
ER

w
o
r
k
ing
paper

W12
4
35),

The

E
conomic

Jou
rn
a
l,
Volu
m
e 119 I
ssu
e 538,
P
a
g
es

F308

-

F332
, 2009
.

12.


Mat
c
h
i
ng
,

R
ea
l
location

a
n
d

Ch
a
n
g
es in

Ear
n
i
n
g
s Di
s
per
s
i
o
n

w
i
t
h S
i
m
o
n B
u
r
g
e
s
s a
n
d

Ke
v
i
n

Mc
K
in
ne
y
,
Oxfo
r
d

Bulletin of

Eco
n
omics

and S
t
ati
s
tic
s
,

Volume

71, pages

9
1
-
110
,
2009.


13.

“C
on
f
ide
n
ti
a
li
t
y

i
n

a

C
y
berWorld”,

w
i
th

P
ascal

He
u
s

a
n
d

T
im

M
u
lc
a
hy

T
r
an
s
actions

in

Data

P
r
ivac
y
,

Volume 1, Issue 1, pages

2



16
, 2009.

14.


“I
n
trod
u
ction

to

Special

I
s
s
u
e

"
Fir
m
s

a
n
d

E
m
pl
o
y
e
e
s
"
,
w
i
t
h

Ste
f
a
n

Be
n
der

Labour

Economic
s
,

Volu
m
e

15, I
ssu
e 4,
p
a
g
es

66
0
-
661
, 2009.


15.


N
e
w Data
f
or Eco
n
o
m
ic

G
eo
g
rap
h
er
s


w
i
t
h

M
a
tt

Fre
e
d
m
a
n

a
n
d Marc
R
o
e
m
er

Jou
r
nal

of

Official Stati
s
tics
,
Volume
2
4

13
3
-
156
, March

2008.

16.



Opt
i
m
iz
i
ng
A
ccess

to

Micro

Data”,

Jou
r
nal

of

Official

Sta
t
i
s
tic
s
,

Volume
23

pages
299
-
317
,

Sept
e
m
ber

200
7
.

17.



Wa
g
es,

P
rod
u
ctivi
t
y

a
n
d

t
h
e

D
yn
a
m
ic

I
n
teracti
o
n

of

B
us
i
nes
s
es

a
n
d

Wor
k
er
s


w
i
th

J
.

Halt
i
w
an
g
er

a
n
d

J
. Spletzer)
Labour

Ec
o
nomics

Volu
m
e 14, I
s
s
u
e 3,
P
a
g
es

57
5
-
6
0
2
,
J
un
e
20
0
7.

18.


U
s
ing

Wor
k
er

Fl
o
w
s

i
n

t
h
e

A
n
a
l
y
s
is

o
f

t
h
e

Fi
r
m


w
i
th

Ga
r
y

Be
n
edetto,

J
o
h
n

Halt
i
wa
ng
er,

a
n
d

K
e
v
in McKin
n
e
y

Jou
r
nal

of

Bu
s
iness

and Ec
o
nomic

Stati
s
tic
s
, Volume

25, N
o
. 3,

pp.
2
9
9
-
313
,
J
u
ly

2007.

19.

“C
i
tie
s
,

Mat
c
h
i
n
g

a
n
d t
h
e
P
rod
u
cti
v
i
t
y

G
ains

of

A
gg
l
o
m
eratio
n


w
i
t
h

Fredrik
A
n
der
ss
on

a
n
d S
i
m
o
n B
u
r
g
e
s
s
,
Jou
r
nal

of

U
r
ban

E
c
onomic
s
,
pages
11
2
-
1
28,
J
a
nu
a
r
y

2007.

20.



T
h
e

D
yn
a
m
ics

of

Wor
k
er

Reallocatio
n
:

A

Mar
k
ov

A
pproac
h


w
i
t
h

A
m
os

Gol
a
n

a
n
d

Eri
k
a

McE
n
ta
r
f
er,

Economic
a
,

V
o
lume

74, No.

2
9
3, pages

1
-
20,
J
a
nu
a
r
y

2007.

21.


E
m
p
l
o
y
e
r
-
E
m
pl
o
y
ee

L
i
n
k
ed

Data:

A

N
e
w

Fr
o
n
tier

i
n

Re
g
io
n
al

Data

A
n
a
l
ys
i
s


w
i
t
h

Br
y
ce

Step
h
e
n
s
, International R
e
gio
n
al

Scie
n
c
e Revie
w
,

Volume
29

Issue 3
, pages
26
4
-
277
,
J
u
ly

2006.

22.



E
s
cap
i
n
g

P
o
v
er
t
y

For

L
o
w
-
Wa
g
e

Wor
k
er
s
:

T
h
e

R
ole

o
f

E
m
pl
o
y
er

C
h
aracteristics

a
n
d

C
h
an
g
e
s


w
i
t
h

Harry

Holzer a
n
d
L
ars

Vil
h
u
be
r
,

Indu
s
t
r
ial

and Labor

Relati
o
ns

Revie
w
,

57(4),

5
6
0
-
578,

J
u
l
y

2004
.

23.



Inte
g
rated

L
on
g
i
t
u
di
n
al

E
m
p
l
o
y
e
e
-
E
m
pl
o
y
er

Data

f
or

t
h
e

U
n
ited

St
a
te
s


w
i
th

J
ohn

A
b
ow
d

an
d

J
ohn

Halt
iw
an
g
er,

American Economic Review
,

Volume 94, pages 224
-
229,
M
a
y

2004
.

24.


P
ath
w
a
y
s

to

Work

f
or

L
o
w

I
n
c
o
m
e

Wor
k
er
s
:
T
h
e

E
ff
ect

of

Work

in

t
h
e

T
e
m
pora
r
y

Help

I
n
du
s
t
r
y


w
i
t
h
K
elly

Mi
k
els
o
n
,

P
at

S
h
ar
k
e
y

a
n
d

Doug

Wi
ss
o
k
er
Jou
r
nal

of

Poli
c
y

Analys
i
s

and

Ma
n
agement

Volume 2
2

pages
58
1
-
5
9
8

Fall

2003.

25.



T
h
e Ef
f
ici
e
n
t

U
s
e
o
f

T
i
m
e
i
n Ed
u
catio
n


w
i
t
h

Benoit

Millot

Education E
c
onomics
Volume 1
0

Issue
2
, pages
2
09

28,
A
u
g
us
t

2002
.

26.


Do

L
abor

Strat
e
g
ies

Matter?

A
n

A
n
a
l
ys
is

of

T
w
o

E
n
terpri
s
e

L
e
v
el

Dat
a
s
ets

in

C
h
i
n
a


w
i
t
h

R
obert

Fei
n
berg a
n
d Harry

Broad
m
a
n

International

Jou
r
nal

of

the Ec
o
nomics

o
f

Bu
s
iness

V
ol
ume

9
Issue
2
, pages

2
2
5
-
237,

Ju
l
y

2002
.

27.


C
h
u
r
n
i
ng

d
yn
a
m
i
c
s
:

a
n

a
n
a
l
ys
i
s

o
f

h
ires

a
n
d

s
eparatio
n
s

at

t
h
e

e
m
pl
o
y
er

l
e
v
e
l
”,

w
i
t
h

S
imon

B
u
r
g
e
s
s

a
n
d

D
avid

Ste
v
e
ns
,

Labour

Economics
Volume
8 Issue 1, pages

1
-
14
,
2001.

28.


We
l
f
are
-
t
o
-
Work

Outc
o
m
e
s
:

T
h
e

R
ole

of

t
h
e

E
m
pl
o
y
er”

w
i
t
h

David

St
e
v
en
s

Southern

Economic

Jou
r
n
a
l

Volume 67, Issue 4, pages
1
01
0
-
10
2
1
,
A
pril

2001.

29.



J
ob

Fl
o
w
s

a
n
d

Wor
k
er

Fl
o
w
s

in

t
h
e

L
i
f
e

C
y
cle

of

t
h
e

Fi
r
m


w
i
t
h

Simon

B
u
r
g
e
s
s

a
n
d

David

Ste
v
e
ns

Oxf
o
r
d

Bulletin of

Eco
n
omics

and

St
a
ti
s
tics

Volume
6
2,

pages

88
5
-
908
,
Dec
e
m
ber

2000.


6


30.



J
ob

Fl
o
w
s
,

Wor
k
er

Fl
o
w
s

a
nd

C
h
u
r
n
i
n
g


w
i
t
h

Simon

B
u
r
g
e
s
s

a
n
d

David

St
e
v
e
n
s
,
Jou
r
nal

of

L
abor

Economic
s
,
Volume 18, pages 473
-
502,
J
u
l
y

2000
.

31.


H
i
gh Wa
g
e

a
n
d

L
o
w

W
a
g
e
J
ob
s
:
T
h
e

R
ole

of
E
m
pl
o
y
e
r
s
i
n Ear
n
i
n
g
s
I
n
eq
u
a
l
i
t
y


w
i
t
h
J
ules

T
h
eeu
w
e
s
a
n
d

David

Ste
v
e
ns
,

Review

of

Income a
n
d
W
ealth
, Volume 46, Issue 2,
pages 213
-
230,

J
un
e 2000
.

32.



L
abor

Mar
k
ets

a
n
d

P
u
blic

P
oli
c
y
:

T
h
e

C
ase

of

M
o
rocc
o


w
i
t
h

Guillermo

Ha
k
i
m

a
n
d

J
avier

Mira
n
da,

W
o
r
ld

Ba
n
k

Economic Review

Volume 1
3
, Issue
3, pages

56
1
-
5
7
8
,
Sept
e
m
ber,

1999.

33.


Dropo
u
t

I
n
te
r
v
e
n
t
ion

i
n

El
e
m
enta
r
y

Ed
u
cati
o
n
:

a
n

E
v
a
l
u
a
tion

of

F
o
u
r

I
nter
v
e
n
tion
s


with

J
ee
P
eng

T
an

a
n
d

Gerard

L
a
s
s
ibille
,

W
o
r
ld

Bank Econ
o
mic

Review
,

Volume 1
3, Issue
3, pages

49
3
-
5
0
8,
Sept
e
m
ber

1999
.


34.


P
rod
u
cti
v
i
t
y

Dif
f
er
e
n
ces

A
cro
s
s

E
m
pl
o
y
er
s
:

T
h
e

R
ole

of

E
m
pl
o
y
er

S
ize,

A
g
e,

a
n
d

Hu
m
a
n

C
apita
l


American

Economic

Revie
w
,
w
i
t
h

J
o
h
n

H
a
lt
i
w
a
ng
er

a
n
d
J
im

Spletzer,

Volume 89, Issue 2,
pages

9
4
-
98
, May 1999
.

35.

“Hir
i
ng

R
isky

Wor
k
er
s
:

S
o
m
e

E
v
id
e
n
c
e


w
i
t
h

Simon

B
u
rgess

a
n
d

David
St
e
v
en
s
,

Jou
r
nal

of

Eco
n
omics

a
n
d

Management

St
r
ateg
y
,

Volume 7, Issue 4, pages

66
9
-
6
7
6
, F
a
ll

1998.

36.


L
abor

Fle
x
ibi
l
i
t
y
,

Fi
r
m

o
w
n
e
r
sh
ip

a
n
d

per
f
o
r
m
a
n
ce

in C
h
i
n
a


w
i
t
h I
nderjit

Singh

a
n
d

Harry

Broad
m
a
n
,

Revi
e
w of

Indu
s
t
r
ial

O
r
gani
z
ation,
Volume 1
3,

pages
62
1
-
6
3
5
,
1
998.

37.


T
u
r
n
o
v
er

i
n

an

A
cc
o
u
nting

Fi
r
m”

w
i
t
h

Michael

P
ar
k
i
n
,

Jou
r
nal

of

Labor

Ec
o
nomic
s
,

Volume 16, Issue 4, pages
70
2
-
717
, Octo
b
er

19
9
8.

38.


P
u
tt
i
ng

I
n
p
u
t
s

to

Work

in

E
du
catio
n


w
i
t
h

J
ee Peng

T
an

a
n
d

P
aul

C
o
u
s
tere,

Economic

Develo
p
me
n
t

and

C
ultu
r
al

C
hange
,

Volume 45, Issue 3, pages
8
5
7
-
879
,

A
pril

19
9
7.

39.


Fi
r
m Hetero
g
e
n
ei
t
y
a
n
d Wor
k
er

T
u
r
n
o
v
e
r


w
i
t
h

David

Ste
v
e
n
s

a
n
d

A
lan

I
s
aac,
Review
of

In
d
u
s
t
r
ial

Organi
z
atio
n
,

Volume 11, Issue 3, pages
2
7
5
-
291
,
J
un
e 19
9
6.

40.


Wor
k
er a
n
d
J
ob Flo
w
s


w
i
t
h

David

St
e
v
ens

a
n
d Simon

B
u
r
g
e
ss

Economics

Letters
,

Volume
51,
pages
1
0
9
-
113
, 1996.

41.


F
i
n
a
n
cial

In
n
o
v
ati
o
n
,

N
e
w

As
s
e
t
s
,

a
n
d

t
h
e

Be
h
a
v
ior

of

M
o
n
e
y

D
e
m
a
n
d


w
ith

D
ennis

G
l
e
nn
o
n
,

Jou
r
nal

of

Banking

and

Fin
a
nc
e
, Volume

2
0

Issue
2, p
ages
2
0
7
-
22
5
,
Marc
h
,

1996.

42.


F
a
m
i
l
y
,

Work

a
n
d

Wel
f
are

Hi
s
to
r
y
:

Work

a
n
d

Wel
f
are

O
u
tc
o
m
e
s


w
i
t
h

David

St
e
v
e
ns
.

A
merican

Economic

Review
,

Volume

8
5,

I
s
s
ue

2, p
ages

2
6
6
-
271, M
a
y

1995.

43.


Shortage or Surplus: Economic and Noneconomic Approaches to the Analysis of Nursing
Labor Markets


with Stephan Gohmann,

Southern

Economic

Jou
rn
a
l
,

Volume 61, Issue 3,
pages

6
4
4
-
653
,
J
a
nu
a
r
y

1995.

44.


T
h
e Mea
s
u
r
e
m
ent

a
n
d I
n
ter
p
retation

of
E
m
pl
o
ym
e
n
t Di
s
p
l
ac
e
m
ent:

N
e
w

Micr
o
-
data
Ba
s
ed
R
e
s
u
lts”

w
i
t
h

David

Ste
v
e
n
s

a
n
d
R
obert
C
ro
ss
l
i
n

A
pplied Ec
o
nomics
,

Volume

26,

I
ss
ue

6, pages

60
3
-
60
9
,
J
un
e 1994
.

45.


T
h
e

Ef
f
ect

o
f

a

M
i
n
i
m
um

Yo
u
th

W
a
g
e

i
n

N
e
w

Z
eal
a
n
d


w
i
t
h

R
aymond
Harbrid
g
e
N
ew

Z
ealand

J
o
u
r
nal

of

Indu
s
t
r
ial

Relations

Volume 18, Issue 3, pages 275
-
287, D
ece
m
b
e
r

19
9
3
.

46.

“A

Work

P
ro
f
ile

of

F
i
n
a
n
ci
a
l

R
esearc
h
e
r
s


(
w
i
t
h

R
.

R
a
y
,

J
.

Bra
n
di

a
n
d

D.

Gl
e
n
n
o
n
)

Inte
r
national

J
o
u
r
nal of Financ
e
,

Volume
6
, Issue
1
,

1
993
.

47.


P
o
s
t
-
operati
v
e

V
o
m
it
i
n
g

P
roced
u
res in IVF
P
ati
e
n
t
s
:

T
h
e
E
ff
e
c
t of Belief

a
n
d

P
neu
m
o

P
erito
n
eal
P
roc
e
d
u
res”

w
ith

R
ose

C
ob
u
r
n

a
n
d

K
eith

Harri
s
o
n
,

Au
s
t
r
alia/
N
ew

Zealand

Jou
r
nal

of Ob
s
tet
r
i
c
s

and Gy
n
aecolog
y
, Volume

33 Issue 1,

1993

.

48.


Warra
n
t
y
,

Q
u
a
l
i
t
y

a
n
d

P
rice

in

t
h
e

U.S.

A
u
t
o
m
obile

Marke
t
”,

w
i
t
h

E
van

Dou
g
las

a
n
d

Dennis

Glen
n
o
n
,
Applied

Economics
,

Volume

2
5
, I
ss
ue

1, p
ages
1
3
5
-
142
,
J
a
n
.
1
993
.

49.


Factors In
f
l
u
e
n
c
ing
A
cad
e
m
ic

R
esear
c
h

P
rod
u
cti
v
ity
”,

w
i
th
T
erry

Ha
n
coc
k
,
R
u
ss


R
a
y

a
n
d D
ennis


Glen
n
o
n
)
Inter
f
aces
,

pages

2
5
-
38
, Sept
e
m
ber/October,

19
9
2.

50.


E
m
bodied

T
ec
hn
olo
g
ic
a
l

C
h
an
g
e

a
n
d

T
ests

o
f

t
h
e

I
n
t
er
n
al

A
d
j
us
t
m
e
n
t

C
o
s
t


7


H
y
p
ot
h
es
i
s


w
i
t
h

R
ichard

McHu
gh
,
Jou
r
nal

of

Bu
s
iness

and E
c
onomic

Stati
s
tic
s
,
Volume
8
, I
ssue

4, pages

4
5
9
-
465, Oc
t
ober

1
99
0
.

51.


Work

P
ro
f
iles

of

R
esear
c
h

Stati
s
t
ician
s
”,

w
i
t
h

Dennis

Glen
n
on

a
n
d

R
uss

R
a
y
,

The

Ame
r
ican

Stati
s
tician,

Vol
ume

44, pages

9
-
13
,
Feb
r
ua
r
y
,

1
9
90
.

52.


Me
a
su
res of

L
ocal

B
us
i
n
e
s
s

C
l
i
m
ate:

A
lter
n
a
ti
v
e

A
pproac
h
e
s
”,

w
i
t
h

Dennis


Glen
n
on

a
n
d

J
ames


Mc
C
abe,
Regional

Scie
n
ce Per
s
pective
s
,

Volume 19, Issue 1,
pages
89
-
106,
Spri
n
g

1989.

53.


R
e
g
i
o
n
al

Eco
n
o
m
etric

Forecast
i
ng

M
o
dels

t
h
at

R
e
f
le
c
t

Ag
g
re
g
ate

P
rod
u
ction

R
el
a
tio
n
s
”,

w
i
t
h

Dennis

Glen
n
on

a
n
d S
tan

J
o
hns
o
n
,

Inte
r
national

J
ou
r
nal

of

Fo
r
eca
s
ting
Volume 3, Issue
2,

pages

29
9
-
313
,
1987
.

54.

“A

M
u
lti

State

A
n
a
l
ys
i
s

of

t
h
e

T
ar
g
eted

J
obs

T
ax

C
redit

P
ro
g
ra
m
”,

w
i
t
h

T
om

Berr
y
,
Applied

Economic
s
,
Volume

2
1, I
ss
ues 1,

p
ages
8
5
-
95
,
J
a
nu
a
r
y
, 1989.

55.


D
e
v
elo
p
m
e
n
t

Rig
h
t
s

a
n
d

t
h
e

Dif
f
ere
n
ti
a
l

A
s
s
es
s
m
e
n
t

of

A
g
ric
u
l
t
u
ral

L
a
n
d
”,

w
i
t
h

R
obert

B
l
e
w
ett

Am
e
r
ican

Jou
r
nal

of

E
c
onomics &

Sociology,

Vol
ume

4
7, I
ss
ue

2
, pages

19
5
-
2
0
6,

A
pril

198
8
.

56.


T
h
e

E
s
t
i
m
ation

o
f

Ear
n
i
n
gs

P
ro
f
iles

in

Wro
n
g
f
u
l

Dea
t
h

a
n
d

I
n
j
u
r
y

C
as
e
s
:

A
u
t
h
ors


R
ep
l
y


w
i
t
h

Dennis

Glen
n
o
n
,

Jou
r
nal

of

Ri
s
k and

In
s
u
r
anc
e
,
pages

6
8
7
-
695
, March

1
9
88.

57.

“T
h
e

A
g
e

o
f

C
apital,

t
h
e

A
g
e

of

Utilized
C
apital

T
ests

o
f

the

E
m
bod
i
m
e
n
t

H
y
pot
h
e
s
is

R
e
v
i
s
i
te
d
”,

w
i
t
h

R
ichard

McHu
gh
,

Review

of

Economics

and Stati
s
tic
s
,
V
olume 69,
I
ss
ue
2,

p
ages

3
6
2
-
368, M
a
y

1987.

58.


T
h
e

Decli
n
e

of

L
ab
o
r

P
r
o
d
u
cti
v
it
y
i
n

t
h
e

1970
'
s
:

T
h
e

S
u
rpri
s
ing

R
ole

of

E
m
bod
i
ed

T
ec
hn
olo
g
ical

Ch
a
n
g
e”
w
i
th
R
ichard

McHug
h
,

Southern Ec
o
nomic

J
o
u
r
na
l
,
Volume

53,

I
ss
ue

4, p
ages

9
1
5
-
925
,

A
pril

19
8
7.

59.


I
m
p
u
t
i
ng

a

Ho
us
e
w
i
f
e
'
s

Ea
r
n
ings

in

a

Wro
n
g
f
ul

Death

a
n
d

I
n
j
u
r
y

C
as
e
”,

w
i
t
h

Dennis

G
l
e
nn
o
n
,

Jou
r
nal

o
f
Ri
s
k

and In
s
u
ra
nce

Volume 5
3,

I
ss
ue

4,
p
ages

73
4
-
744, Dece
m
be
r
,

19
8
6.

60.


P
a
y

E
q
u
i
t
y

i
n

Oc
c
u
pation
s
:

T
h
e

N
u
r
s
ing

P
ro
f
e
s
s
io
n


with

L
aVonne

Stra
u
b

Population

Resea
r
ch

&

Policy

Review
,

p
ages

3
1
-
45
, M
a
y
,

1986.

61.


I
n
corporating

L
abor

Mar
k
et

Str
u
c
t
u
re

in

R
egio
n
al

Econo
m
e
tric

M
o
del
s
”,

w
i
th

Dennis

Glen
n
o
n
,

St
a
n
l
e
y

J
o
hns
o
n
,
a
n
d E
d
w
ard
R
obb
,

Applied Ec
o
nomics
, Volume

18,

I
ss
ue 5,

p
ages
545


5
56, Ma
y
, 1986.

62.


T
h
e

E
s
t
i
m
a
tion

of

Ea
r
n
i
n
gs

P
ro
f
iles

i
n

Wro
n
gf
u
l

Death

a
n
d

I
n
j
u
r
y

C
ase
s
”,

w
i
t
h

Dennis

G
l
e
nn
o
n
,

Jou
r
nal

of

Ri
s
k

and In
s
u
ra
nce

V
olume

5
5
, I
ss
ue
1, p
ages
1
68
-
180, Dece
m
b
e
r,
1
9
85.

63.


Ho
s
pital

Ma
r
k
et

St
r
u
ct
u
re

a
n
d

t
h
e

R
e
t
u
r
n

t
o

N
u
r
s
i
ng

Ed
u
cation”,

w
i
t
h

L
aVonne

Booto
n

J
ou
r
nal

of

Hu
m
an

Resou
r
ces

pages

18
3
-
196
, Spring 1985
.

64.

“An

E
m
pirical

E
s
t
i
m
ate

of

t
he

Ef
f
ects

of

L
abo
r
-
Ma
r
k
et

D
i
s
tortio
n
s

o
n

t
h
e

Factor

C
ont
e
n
t

o
f

U.S.

T
rad
e
”,

Jou
r
nal

of

I
nternatio
n
al

Eco
n
omics.

pages

1
8
7
-
193
, Febr
u
a
r
y
, 1985.

65.


T
h
e
E
m
bod
i
m
e
n
t

H
y
pot
h
e
s
i
s
:

An

I
n
terre
g
i
o
n
al
T
es
t


w
ith

R
ichard

Mc
H
u
g
h
,

Review

of

Econom
i
cs

an
d

Stati
s
tics
, pages

3
2
3
-
327
, May 1983.

B
OOK
C
HAPTER
S
:

1.

“Science Metrics and Science Policy” with Mark Largent and Rebecca Rosen in
Next
Generation Metrics: Harnessing Multidimensional Indicators Of Scholarly Performance

Edited by Blaise Cronin and Cassidy Sugimoto
,
MIT Press, 2013


2.


T
h
e

Sci
e
n
ce

of

Sci
e
n
ce

P
oli
c
y


w
i
t
h

K
a
y
e

H
us
b
a
n
ds

F
e
aling

a
n
d

J
ohn

K
i
n
g

in

Bainbrid
g
e (ed)

L
eader
sh
ip in

Sci
e
n
ce a
n
d
T
ec
hn
olog
y
: A

R
e
f
ere
n
ce

Ha
n
dboo
k
,
Sa
g
e

P
res
s
, 2011
.

3.


P
rotecti
n
g

C
on
f
id
e
n
tiali
t
y

W
o
rld

Wi
d
e

R
esearch:

Res
h
ap
i
n
g

t
h
e Sci
e
n
ces

a
n
d
Hu
m
anitie
s
,

D
u
tt
o
n
, W.

H., a
n
d
J
e
f
f
r
e
y
s
,
P
. W.

(
e
d
s
),
C
a
m
br
i
d
g
e, M
A
:

T
h
e MIT

Pre
ss
,

8


2010
.

4.


Te
m
porary

Help

A
g
e
n
cies

a
n
d

t
h
e

A
d
v
a
n
c
e
m
e
n
t

P
ro
s
pects

of

L
o
w

Ea
r
n
er
s


w
i
th

Harry

Holzer

a
n
d

Fredrik

A
n
der
ss
o
n
,

in

Labor Ma
r
ket Intermed
i
a
r
ies
,

Da
v
id

A
u
tor

(ed),
N
B
E
R
,

Uni
v
er
s
i
t
y

of C
h
ica
g
o

P
res
s
,

2009
.

5.


L
i
n
king

A
d
m
ini
s
trat
i
v
e
a
n
d

S
u
r
v
e
y Data


i
n

The

H
a
ndb
o
ok of

Su
r
vey

Resea
r
ch

i
n
P
eter

Mar
s
den a
n
d
Ji
m

Wri
gh
t (ed
s
),
Emerald

U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y
P
res
s
, 2010.

6.


I
n
e
q
u
ali
t
y

a
n
d

t
h
e

L
abo
u
r

Mar
k
et




E
m
pl
o
y
er
s


i
n

t
he

Oxfo
r
d

Handbook

on

Ec
o
no
m
ic

Inequality
,
Wie
m
er Sa
l
v
erda,

Brian

Nolan

a
n
d
T
i
m

S
m
eedin
g
,
(ed
s
), O
x
f
ord
U
n
i
v
er
s
it
y

P
res
s
,

2009
.

7.


I
n
trod
u
ction

w
i
t
h

Stefan

Be
n
der, Fredrik

A
n
der
s
s
o
n
, K
athryn

S
h
a
w a
n
d

T
ill

Von
Wac
h
ter)

The Analys
i
s of F
i
r
ms

and Employees:

Quantitative

and Qualitative

App
r
oache
s
,

c
o
-
edited

w
i
t
h St
e
f
a
n Be
n
der,

F
redrik A
n
der
ss
o
n
, Kat
h
r
y
n

S
h
a
w

a
n
d
T
ill

Von

Wac
h
ter,

N
B
E
R
, U
n
i
v
e
r
s
i
t
y
o
f

C
h
ic
a
g
o
P
res
s
, 20
0
8

8.


Wa
g
e

Str
u
c
t
u
re

a
n
d

L
abor

M
o
bility in

t
h
e

U
n
i
ted

States”
w
i
t
h

J
o
h
n

A
b
o
w
d

a
n
d

J
o
h
n

Halt
i
w
an
g
er

in

An

Internatio
n
al

C
ompa
r
i
s
on

of

the

St
r
uctu
r
e

of

W
ages

Ed
L
azear

a
n
d

Ka
t
hy
S
h
a
w (ed
s
).
N
B
E
R
/
U
n
i
v
e
r
s
i
t
y of
Ch
ic
a
g
o
P
res
s
, 2008
.

9.


Data

P
rotection

a
n
d

Data Utilit
y
: E
v
id
e
n
ce

f
r
o
m
t
h
e

S
u
r
v
e
y

of

C
o
n
s
u
m
er

F
i
n
ance
s



w
i
t
h

A
r
t
hu
r Ke
n
n
ic
k
e
l
l,

i
n
P
r
ivacy in Stati
s
tical
Databa
s
es

L
ec
t
u
re Not
e
s
i
n
C
o
m
puter Scie
n
c
e
,

J
osep D
o
m
i
n
g
o
-
F
errer

a
n
d

Vincenc
T
orra (
e
d
s
.)
,
N
e
w

York:

Spri
ng
e
r
-
Verla
g
, 2006.

10.


T
h
e

R
elati
o
n
s
hip

a
m
o
n
g

H
u
m
a
n

C
apital,

P
rod
u
ctivi
t
y

a
n
d

Mar
k
et

Va
l
u
e:

B
u
i
lding

u
p

f
r
o
m
M
icro E
v
ide
n
ce

,

w
i
t
h

John
A
b
o
w
d,

John
Hal
ti
w
a
n
g
er,

Ron
J
ar
m
i
n
,

Paul
L
e
n
g
e
r
m
a
n
n
,

Kristin
McC
u
e,

Kevin
McKin
n
e
y
a
n
d

Kristin
S
a
n
d
u
s
k
y

Mea
s
u
r
i
ng
C
apital
in

the

N
e
w Eco
n
omy,

in

C
arol
C
orrado,

J
o
h
n Ha
l
t
i
w
a
ng
er
a
n
d

D
a
n Si
c
h
el

(ed
s
),
U
n
i
v
er
s
it
y
of
Ch
ic
a
g
o
P
res
s
, 2005.

11.


T
o
o

Many
C
oo
ks
?

T
rac
k
i
n
g

I
n
ter
n
al

L
abor

Mar
k
et

D
y
n
a
m
ics

i
n Food

Ser
v
ice

w
i
t
h

C
ase

St
u
di
e
s
a
n
d Q
u
a
n
titat
i
v
e

Data

w
i
t
h

P
hil

M
o
ss
, C
hris

T
il
l
y

a
n
d H
al

Sal
z
m
a
n
,

i
n

The
Futu
r
e of
W
o
r
k:

H
o
w

and
W
hy Lo
w
-
w
age Jobs

a
r
e

C
hanging

Eileen Appelbau
m
,

A
nn
e
tte

Bern
h
ardt

a
n
d

R
i
c
h
ard

M
u
r
n
a
n
e,

(eds)
,

R
u
ss
e
l
l

S
a
ge Fo
un
dati
o
n
, N
e
w

Yor
k
, 2004
.

12.


N
e
w

A
pproac
h
es

to

C
on
f
i
de
n
tiali
t
y
P
rotectio
n
:

S
y
nt
h
e
tic

Data,

R
e
m
ote

A
ccess

a
nd

R
esearch

Data
C
e
n
te
r
s

,

w
i
t
h
J
ohn
A
b
o
w
d

i
n
P
r
ivacy

i
n

Stati
s
tical

Databa
s
es

20
0
4
J
osep
Do
m
i
n
g
o
-
Ferrer

a
n
d

Vincenc

T
o
r
r
a

(ed
s
.)

N
e
w

Yor
k
: Spri
ng
e
r
-
Verl
a
g
, 200
4
.

13.


I
n
trod
u
ctio
n

w
i
t
h
P
at

Do
y
le,

L
a
u
ra

Z
a
y
a
tz a
n
d

J
u
les
T
h
e
e
u
w
es

i
n

C
onfidentiality,
Di
s
c
lo
s
u
r
e and

Da
t
a Acces
s
:

Theo
r
y

and

P
r
actical

Applications

for

Stati
s
tical

Agencies,

P
at

Do
y
le,

J
u
lia

L
a
n
e,

L
a
u
ra

Z
a
y
atz a
n
d
J
u
les

T
h
eeu
w
e
s

(eds)
, North

H
olla
n
d, 2001
.

14.


B
us
i
n
ess

P
erceptio
n
s of

C
onfide
n
tiali
t
y

w
i
t
h Nick

Gre
e
n
ia

a
n
d

J
.

Bradford J
e
ns
e
n

in

C
onfidentiality, Di
s
clo
s
u
r
e and

Data

Acces
s
: Theo
r
y

and P
r
actical Applications for
Stati
s
tical Agencies,

P
at

D
o
y
le,

J
u
lia

L
a
n
e,

L
a
u
ra
Z
a
y
atz a
n
d
J
u
les

T
h
ee
u
w
es

(eds)
,

N
orth

Holla
n
d, 2001
.

15.


W
h
at

Factors Af
f
ect

a

L
o
w

Wa
g
e

Wor
k
er

s

A
bil
it
y to

Beco
m
e

Se
l
f
s
uf
f
ici
e
n
t

or

P
r
o
g
ress

in

t
h
e

L
abor Mar
k
et:

T
h
e

R
ole

of
J
ob
T
u
r
n
o
v
er


in

The

Low

W
age L
a
bor Ma
r
ke
t
:
C
hallenges a
n
d Oppo
r
tunities for Self
s
ufficiency
,
Demetra

Ni
gh
t
i
ng
ale

(ed)
,

Urban

I
ns
t
i
t
u
te

P
res
s
,
1
999.

16.


T
h
e

E
ff
ect
o
f Wor
k
er

R
eallo
c
ation on Earnin
g
s
D
i
s
per
s
ion:

L
on
g
i
t
u
di
n
a
l E
v
id
e
n
ce

f
r
o
m

Li
nk
ed

D
a
ta

w
ith
J
im

Spletzer,

J
avier

Mira
n
da a
n
d

S
imon

B
u
r
g
e
s
s

in
The

Cr
eation

and

Analys
i
s of

Employer and

E
mployee

Matched Data,

J
o
h
n

Halt
i
w
a
n
g
e
r,
J
u
lia

L
a
n
e,

Ji
m
Spletzer,

J
u
les

T
h
eeu
w
es

a
n
d

K
e
n
T
r
o
sk
e

(ed
s
)

North Holla
n
d, 1999
.

17.


So
u
rces

of

Ear
n
i
n
gs

Di
s
per
s
i
o
n

in

a

Lin
k
ed

E
m
pl
o
y
e
r
-
E
m
p
l
o
y
ee

Dat
a
s
et:

E
v
id
e
n
ce

f
r
o
m

No
r
w
a
y


w
i
t
h

Simon

B
u
r
g
e
s
s

a
n
d

Kjell

Sa
l
v
a
n
e
s
i
n

The

Cr
eation

and

Analys
i
s of

Employer and

Employee M
a
t
c
hed

Data,

J
o
h
n

Halt
i
w
a
ng
er,

J
u
lia

L
a
n
e,
J
im

Spletzer,
J
u
les

T
h
eeu
w
es a
n
d Ken

T
ro
sk
e (ed
s
) North

Holla
n
d, 1999
.


9


18.


J
ob

Fl
o
w
s

a
n
d

Wor
k
er

Fl
o
w
s
:

I
ssu
e
s

a
n
d

E
v
ide
n
ce

f
r
o
m a

P
a
n
el

of

US

Fi
r
ms”

with
Simon Burgess and David Stevens

in

Flow

Analys
i
s

of

Labor Ma
r
ket
s
:

Inter
n
ati
o
n
al
P
er
s
pecti
v
es

(ed)

R
. Sc
h
e
t
t
k
a
t
t,
R
o
u
tle
d
g
e,
L
o
n
do
n
. 1996
.

19.


I
n
p
u
t
-
O
u
tp
u
t

R
estri
c
tio
ns
,

Re
g
io
n
al

Str
u
c
t
u
ral M
o
dels,

a
nd

Eco
n
o
m
ic Forecas
t
s


w
i
t
h

De
n
n
is
G
len
n
o
n
,
in

N
e
w

Directi
o
n
s

i
n

Regional

A
n
alys
is
,

Integ
r
ated

and

Multi
r
egional

A
p
p
r
oa
c
hes,

L
u
c

A
ns
el
i
n a
n
d M
o
s
s

Madden

(ed
s
.), Bel
h
a
v
en

P
res
s
, 1990.

MONOGRAPHS

AND POLICY BRIEFS

1.


S
m
all

B
us
i
n
e
s
s

E
m
pl
o
ym
e
n
t

D
y
n
a
m
i
c
s

R
e
v
i
s
ited”

w
ith

David

Ste
v
e
ns

i
n

S
m
all

C
o
ns
ol
a
tio
n
:

T
h
e

D
u
bious

Be
n
e
f
i
t
s

of

S
m
all

Bu
s
i
n
e
s
s

f
or

J
ob

Gro
w
t
h

a
n
d Wa
g
es
,

Econo
m
ic

P
olicy

I
ns
t
i
t
u
te, 1998.

2.



Wor
k
er

A
d
v
a
n
c
e
m
e
n
t

in

t
h
e

L
o
w
-
W
a
g
e

L
abor

Mar
k
et:

T
h
e

I
m
porta
n
ce

o
f

'
Good

J
ob
s

w
i
t
h

Harry

Holzer

a
n
d Fredrik

A
n
der
ss
o
n
,
Broo
k
i
n
gs

I
ns
ti
t
u
ti
o
n
, 2003.

3.


T
oo

Many

C
ook
s
?


w
i
t
h

P
h
il

M
o
ss
,

Hal

Sal
z
m
a
n

a
n
d

Ch
r
i
s

T
il
l
y
,

Regional

Revi
ew
,

Bo
s
ton

Federal

R
eser
v
e,
Q
u
arter 4, 20
0
3 /

Q
u
arter 1,

20
0
4

4.


Work

in

Te
m
p

A
g
e
n
cies:

P
ath

Fo
r
w
ard

or

Way

Bac
k
?


w
ith

Har
r
y

Holzer

a
n
d

Fredrik

A
n
der
ss
o
n
,

Vox
, October,
2
007


ARTICLES
PUBLISHED IN NON
-
REFEREED JOURNALS

1.


'
Fre
e
'

Mar
k
e
t
s

P
ro
v
e

C
o
s
t
l
y

in

N
e
w

Z
eal
a
n
d


w
i
t
h

P
eter

L
a
n
e,

C
hallenge,

Volume
34,
I
ss
ue 5,

pages
4
2
-
48 Sept
e
m
ber/
O
ctober

19
9
1.

2.


T
rai
n
ing
D
if
f
er
e
n
ces
a
nd
Ear
n
in
g
s
I
n
eq
u
a
l
i
t
y”

w
i
t
h

R
.

L
e
r
m
a
n

Vi
e
r
t
elJ
a
h
rs
Hefte
z
ur

Wi
r
s
tchaft
s
fo
rs
chung
, 1/2
1
9
9
4
.

3.


T
h
e

Us
e
s

of

L
on
g
i
t
u
di
n
al

M
atc
h
ed

E
m
pl
o
y
er/
E
m
pl
o
y
ee

D
ata

in

L
abor

Mar
k
et

A
n
a
l
y
s
is

with Jules Theeuwes and Simon Burgess

P
roceedi
ng
s

o
f t
h
e

A
m
erican

S
tati
s
t
ical

A
s
s
ociatio
n
, 1998.

4.


L
i
n
king

I
n
du
s
trial

A
n
d

H
o
us
e
h
old

S
u
r
v
e
y
s

In

D
e
v
e
l
opi
n
g

C
ou
n
tri
e
s
:

A
l
ter
n
a
t
i
v
e

A
pproac
h
e
s


in

P
roce
e
di
ng
s

o
f

t
h
e
I
n
ter
n
ati
o
nal

As
s
ociation

o
f

S
u
r
v
e
y

Stat
i
s
tici
a
ns
,

1998.

5.


O
v
er
v
i
e
w

of

t
h
e

I
n
ter
n
a
tio
n
a
l

S
ym
po
s
i
um

on

L
i
n
k
ed

E
m
p
lo
y
e
r
-
E
m
p
l
o
y
ee

Data”

w
i
t
h

J
ohn Halt
i
w
an
g
er,

J
im Spletzer,
J
ules

T
h
eeu
w
es

a
n
d Ken

T
r
o
sk
e,
Monthly

Labor

Revie
w
,
p
g
. 4
8
-
49,
J
u
l
y

1998.

6.


P
erceptio
n
s

O
f

C
on
f
id
e
n
ti
a
li
t
y
P
rotection

a
t

Statistical

A
g
e
n
cie
s
:

S
o
m
e

E
v
ide
n
ce

f
r
o
m
Data
O
n B
us
i
n
es
s
e
s

A
n
d

Hou
s
e
h
olds”

w
ith

Nic
h
ol
a
s Greenia

a
n
d

Dia
n
e Willi
m
a
c
k
i
n

Stati
s
t
i
c
al

Jou
r
nal

of

the United
N
ations

Economic

Co
mmission

for

Eu
r
op
e
,

18(
4
)
2
001.

7.


O
v
er
v
i
e
w

of t
h
e

N
e
w

Z
eal
a
nd
C
on
f
ere
n
ce on Database

I
n
t
e
g
ration

a
n
d

L
in
k
ed
E
m
p
l
o
y
er

-
E
m
pl
o
y
ee Dat
a


w
i
t
h

T
i
m

Malo
n
e
y
,

N
e
w

Z
ea
l
a
n
d Eco
n
o
m
ic

P
aper
s
,
J
un
e 2002
.

8.


T
h
e

Uses of

MicroDat
a


in

Stati
s
tical

C
onfidentiality

and Access

to

Mic
r
odata
,

U
n
ited

Natio
n
s Eco
n
o
m
ic

C
o
mm
is
s
ion
f
or E
u
rope, U
n
i
t
ed Natio
ns
,

Ge
n
e
v
a,

2003
.

9.


N
e
w

Social

a
n
d

Eco
n
o
m
i
c

I
n
dicators

f
or

L
ocal

A
r
e
as

Wit
h
o
u
t

I
n
crea
s
i
n
g

R
es
p
o
n
de
n
t

B
u
rde
n
”,

P
r
oceedings

of

I
nternational

Stati
s
tical

In
s
titute
,

2005.

10.


e
-
Sci
e
n
ce

I
nv
e
s
t
m
e
n
t
s

i
n

t
he

Social

a
n
d

B
e
h
a
v
ioral

Sci
e
n
ces at

t
h
e

Nati
o
n
al S
c
ie
n
ce

Fou
n
datio
n
:

An O
v
er
v
i
e
w
o
f

P
ro
j
e
cts,

P
r
o
g
r
a
m
s
,

a
n
d

P
olicy I
s
s
u
e
s


w
it
h

L
a
w
r
e
n
ce

B
u
rton

i
n

P
r
o
c
eedings

of

Fi
rs
t International Conference

on
e
-
Social

Sci
e
nce,
2
005
.

11.


D
e
v
eloping

Con
f
id
e
n
tial

Da
t
a

E
n
cla
v
e
s

f
or

Statistical

Da
t
a”

Nor
m
a
n

Bradb
u
r
n
,

R
a
n
d
y

Horton

a
n
d

Mi
k
e

T
il
k
in

in

P
r
oceedings

of

Sec
o
nd Internat
i
onal

Conference

o
n
e
-
Soc
i
al

Scie
n
c
e
,

20
0
6
.

12.


S
u
pe
r
m
a
r
k
et

H
u
m
an

R
e
s
o
u
r
ce

P
ractices a
n
d

C
o
m
petiti
o
n

f
r
o
m Ma
s
s Merc
h
a
n
di
s
er
s


w
i
t
h
E
l
iza
b
eth Da
v
i
s
,

Mat
t
h
e
w

Free
d
m
a
n
,

Brian

Mc
C
all,

Nicole

Ne
s
toria
k
,

a
n
d


10


T
i
m
o
t
hy

P
ar
k
,
Am
e
r
ican

Jou
r
nal

of Ag
r
icultu
r
al Economics

(
p
r
oceeding
s
)
Vol. 88 I
ssu
e
5
P
a
g
e

1289 Dece
m
ber

20
0
6
.

13.


E
s
tabl
is
h
m
e
n
t

Wa
g
e

D
i
f
f
ere
n
tia
l
s


w
ith

L
a
u
rie

Sa
l
m
o
n

a
n
d

J
im

Spletzer,

Monthly

Labor

Revie
w
,

A
pril,

2007
.

14.


T
h
e

Eco
n
o
m
ics

o
f

Data

C
on
f
ide
n
ti
a
li
ty


w
i
t
h

J
o
h
n

A
b
o
w
d

International

C
ompa
r
i
s
on

P
r
og
r
am

n
e
w
s
l
e
tter,
J
u
l
y

2007, W
o
rld

Ba
n
k
.

15.


A
cc
e
s
s

to

R
e
s
earch

Data”

e
s
s
a
y
i
n

W
o
r
ld

Wide
Scie
n
ce

P
r
omi
s
es,

Th
r
eats

and

Realit
i
es

How

e
-
Resea
r
ch Wi
l
l

Reconfigu
r
e Access to

I
nfo
r
mation,

Expert
is
e and

T
ools in

the

Scie
n
ces and

H
u
manitie
s
,

Ox
f
ord I
n
ter
n
et In
s
ti
t
u
te,
O
x
f
ord, E
n
gla
n
d, 2007
.

16.


C
ase

S
t
u
dies

o
f
e
-
I
n
f
r
a
s
tr
u
c
t
u
re

A
doptio
n


w
i
t
h Fr
a
n
z

Bar
j
a
k
,

Z
ack

Kert
c
h
er

Meik
P
o
s
c
h
e
n
,

R
ob

P
roct
e
r a
n
d S
i
m
o
n

R
obin
s
o
n
,

Social

Scie
n
ce
C
omputer

Revie
w
,
A
pr
i
l, 2009
.

17.


e
-
In
f
rast
r
u
ct
u
re adoption

i
n t
h
e
s
ocial
s
ci
e
n
ces a
n
d

hu
m
anities:

cro
s
s
-
n
atio
n
al
e
v
ide
n
c
e

w
i
th

Fra
n
z Ba
r
j
a
k
,

Z
a
c
k Kert
c
h
er Me
i
k
P
o
s
c
h
e
n
,

R
ob

P
rocter

a
n
d

S
i
m
on
R
obin
s
o
n
,

Info
r
mation,

C
o
mmunica
t
ion

a
n
d Society
,
2009


18.

“Measurement in Economics”, with Arthur Kennickell,
AmStat News
, 2010


19.


A comment on Gerald W. Gates's How Uncertainty about Privacy and Con_dentiality Is
Hampering Effororts

to More Effectively Use Administrative Records in Producing U.S.
,
National Statistics”

Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality
, 2011

20.

“Big Data and Science Policy”,
Research Trends,
2012

21.

“Privacy, Confidentiality and Big Data”,
Chance
, 2012
.

WORKING PAPERS

I
n Draft Form



Does Federally
-
Funded Job Training Work? Nonexperimental Estimates of WIA
Training Impacts Using Longitudinal Data on Workers and Firms
” with Jeff Smith, Harry
Holzer, Fredrik Andersson and David Rosenblum.


The Dynamics of the Scientific
Workforce” with Chris Goodman and Lou Schwarz

SELECTED REPORTS

1.

Lo
w
-
Income

A
n
d

Low
-
Skilled

W
o
r
ke
r
s


Involvement

I
n

No
n
s
tanda
r
d

Empl
o
yment

A
ss
i
s
t
a
n
t

Secreta
r
y
f
or
P
la
nn
i
n
g

a
n
d

E
v
a
l
u
atio
n
,

U.
S
.

De
p
ar
t
m
ent of

Heal
t
h
a
n
d

Hu
m
an

Services.

h
ttp://
a
s
pe.h
hs
.
g
o
v
/
hs
p/t
e
m
p
-

w
or
k
er
s
01/
i
n
de
x
.
h
t
m
.

2.

“Succes
s
ful

T
r
an
s
itions

out of

Lo
w
-
W
age

W
o
r
k

for

Te
m
po
r
a
r
y

A
ss
i
s
tance

for

N
eedy

Families

(
TAN
F
) Recipient
s
:

The

Role

of Employe
rs
,

C
o
w
o
r
ke
r
s
,

and

L
o
cation,

Fi
n
al

R
eport

A
s
s
i
s
t
a
n
t

Secreta
r
y
f
or
P
la
nn
i
n
g

a
n
d

E
v
al
u
a
t
io
n
,

U.S.

De
p
art
m
e
n
t of
Heal
t
h a
n
d

Hu
m
a
n Ser
v
ic
e
s

h
ttp:
/
/aspe
.
h
h
s
.
g
o
v
/h
s
p/l
o
w
-

w
a
g
e
-
w
o
r
k
er
s
-
tran
s
iti
o
ns
04/inde
x
.
h
t
m
.

3.


Employer
P
r
ovided

He
a
lth In
s
u
r
ance:

W
hat can

be lea
r
n
e
d

f
r
om

the

Fo
r
m

5500”

Fi
n
al

R
eport As
s
i
s
t
a
n
t Secreta
r
y
f
or

P
la
nn
i
n
g

a
n
d

E
v
al
u
a
t
io
n
,

U.S.

De
p
ar
t
m
ent

of Health
a
n
d

Hu
m
an

Se
r
v
ices
h
ttp://
a
s
pe.
h
h
s
.
g
o
v
/h
s
p/05/ad
m
in
-
dat
a
-
e
m
p
-
i
n
s
/i
n
d
e
x
.
h
t
m
.

4.


T
he Labor

Ma
r
ket

T
r
ajecto
r
i
es

of

2
0
-
2
4 year

old

Veteran
s


U.S.

De
p
ar
t
m
ent

of
L
abor,
Vetera
n
s

E
m
pl
o
ym
ent

a
n
d
T
rai
n
ing

S
er
v
ice,


h
ttp:
//
ww
w
.dol.
g
o
v
/
v
e
t
s
/
researc
h
/tra
j
ectories_re
v
.pdf


5.

A
ccelerat
i
n
gT
ra
ns
ition

to

Vir
tu
al

Res
earch

Or
gan
iza
t
ion

i
n

Social Scie
n
ce

(AVR
O
S
S).
M4

Fi
n
al

R
eport. Olte
n
:
F
HN
W
. With

Bar
j
a
k
, F.,

Wie
g
a
n
d,

G.,
L
a
n
e,
J
.,

Kertc
h
er,

Z
.,
P
o
s
c
h
e
n
, M.,

P
rocter,

R
.,
R
obi
nson
, S., Me
n
tr
u
p,

A
. (2007).
(
http://web.fhnw.ch/plattformen/avross/papers
-
and
-
prensentations/final
-
report
)


11


OT
H
ER
P
R
OF
ESSIONAL W
O
RK


SELECTED

GRANTS

AND
C
ON
T
R
AC
T
S

A
cad
e
m
ic

1.

Scientific collaboration and productivity at the project level, 2013 2014, Sloan
Foundation, $795,000

2.

Australian
Science, Technology and Research Assessment (ASTRA) University of
Melbourne/DIISTRE 2012
-
2013 $233,000

3.

Strategic Impact Evaluation Fund, World Bank (preselected for $600,000)

4.

Research R&D platform, Army Research Lab2012
-
2013 $250,000

5.

US Patent and Tradema
rk Office, Patent Portfolio Visualization tools 2012
-
2013
$150,000

6.

Health Investments Observatory (HELIOS), Observatoire des Science et des
Techniques, 2013

7.

Globalization

a
n
d Eco
n
o
m
ic

I
ns
e
c
u
ri
t
y
,

J
an
u
a
r
y

200
8
-
Dec
e
m
ber 2009,

Sloan

Fo
un
dati
o
n, $3
6
5,0
0
0

8.


J
ob Q
u
ali
t
y

a
n
d Volatilit
y
, Wor
k
er

I
n
eq
u
ali
t
y
,
a
n
d I
ns
e
c
u
ri
t
y
:

R
e
g
io
n
a
l

Ef
f
e
cts,

J
an
u
a
r
y

2
00
8
-

Dec
e
m
ber 2009

Mac
A
rt
hu
r

F
o
un
datio
n
, $252,00
0
;

F
o
rd F
o
un
dati
o
n

$150,
0
00

9.


O
u
treach
f
or t
h
e N
O
R
C

D
a
ta

E
n
cla
v
e, K
a
u
f
f
m
a
n

Fou
n
dati
o
n
, $53,0
0
0

10.


De
v
eloping

t
h
e

R
e
m
o
te

A
cce
s
s NO
R
C

Data

E
n
c
la
v
e,

Sept
e
m
ber

200
6
-

Sept
e
m
ber

2009

o

Natio
n
al I
ns
ti
t
u
te

f
or Sta
n
dards

a
n
d
T
ec
hn
ology

(
A
d
v
a
n
ced
T
ec
hn
ology

P
r
o
g
r
a
m
), $950
,
000;


o

U
S
DA

$161,000;

o

Ka
u
f
f
m
a
n

Fou
n
dation

$250,
0
00

11.

A

s
t
u
d
y

o
n

req
u
ir
e
m
e
n
t
s

a
n
d

optio
n
s

f
or accelerating

t
h
e tr
a
ns
i
t
ion

f
r
o
m

traditio
n
al

resea
r
ch

to

v
ir
t
u
al research

or
g
a
n
i
s
ations

t
h
r
o
u
gh
e
-
in
f
rast
r
u
c
t
u
res, E
u
ropean

Co
mm
i
ss
i
o
n
,
(
w
ith Fra
n
z

Bar
j
a
k
, S
i
m
o
n
R
obi
ns
o
n

a
n
d
R
ob
P
rocter)

N
o
v
e
m
ber 200
6
-
No
v
e
m
ber 20
0
7


2
00,
0
00

12.


Fi
r
ms
,

Wor
k
ers

a
n
d Wor
k
f
orce

Q
u
ali
t
y
:
I
m
p
l
ications

f
or Ear
n
ings

I
n
eq
u
al
it
y

a
n
d
Eco
n
o
m
i
c

Gr
o
w
t
h
,
J
a
nu
a
r
y

1 2003



Dec

31,

20
0
4, Sloan

Fo
u
n
dati
o
n

(
w
ith

J
ohn
A
b
o
w
d a
n
d
J
o
h
n

Ha
l
t
i
w
a
n
ger),

$
1
.4
m
ill
i
o
n
.

13.


C
on
f
ide
n
ti
a
li
t
y

R
esear
c
h
, M
a
y

1 2003



Dece
m
ber

31, 2
00
3 Natio
n
al

Scie
n
ce
Fou
n
dation

(
w
ith

J
ohn
A
b
o
w
d
a
n
d
Ge
o
r
g
e

Du
n
c
a
n
), $45,
0
00

14.

Wor
k
ers

a
n
d Fi
r
m
s

i
n

t
h
e
L
o
w
-
w
a
g
e

L
abor Mar
k
et:

I
n
teractio
n
s

a
n
d
L
ong

Run

D
yn
a
m
i
cs
,
Ru
s
s
ell Sa
g
e

F
o
un
dati
o
n
,
R
oc
k
e
f
eller

Fo
un
dati
o
n
, a
n
d De
p
ar
t
m
e
n
t

of

Heal
t
h

a
n
d
H
u
m
a
n

Se
r
v
ices (
A
SPE) to t
h
e Urban

In
s
ti
t
u
te

$700,0
0
0,

Sept
e
m
ber

1,
20
0
1
A
u
g
u
s
t

31, 200
3
. (
w
i
t
h

J
o
h
n
A
b
o
w
d,
J
o
h
n Halt
i
w
an
g
er, a
n
d Har
r
y

Holz
e
r)

15.

T
h
e De
m
a
n
d

f
or Older

Wor
k
er
s
:

U
s
i
n
g
L
i
n
k
ed
E
m
pl
o
y
e
r
-
E
m
p
l
o
y
ee Data

f
or A
g
i
n
g
R
es
e
arc
h
, Natio
n
al In
s
ti
t
u
te

on

A
g
i
ng
,

R0
1
-
A
G1885
4
-
01,
J
u
l
y

1, 20
0
2
-

No
v
e
m
ber 30,
2
0
04,

$1
,
753
,
637 (
w
i
t
h
J
o
h
n

Halt
i
w
a
ng
er, A
n
dr
e
w

H
i
ldret
h
, a
n
d

J
o
h
n
A
b
o
w
d
).

16.

Fr
o
m

Wor
ksh
op

Floor

to

Wo
r
k
f
orce

C
l
u
s
ter
s
: A

N
e
w

Vi
e
w

of

t
h
e Fi
r
m
,
A
l
f
red
P
.
Sloan

Fo
un
datio
n
, 99
-
12
-
12 to

t
h
e Urban

I
ns
ti
t
u
t
e, March

1, 2
0
00 . M
a
rch

31,

2002,

$
3
14,
6
04.

(
w
ith

J
ohn Ab
o
w
d a
n
d
J
o
h
n

Halt
i
w
a
ng
er)

17.

D
yn
a
m
ic

E
m
pl
o
y
e
r
-
Hou
s
e
h
o
l
d Data

a
n
d t
h
e Social Data

Infrastr
u
c
t
u
re, Natio
n
al

Sci
e
n
ce Fo
un
dati
o
n
, SES
-
9978093

to
C
or
n
ell

U
n
iver
s
i
t
y
, Sept
e
m
ber

28,

1999

.
Sept
e
m
ber

27,
2
00
3
, $
4
,0
8
4,6
3
4. (
w
i
th

J
ohn
A
b
o
w
d
a
n
d
J
o
h
n

Halt
i
w
a
n
g
e
r
)

18.

T
h
e
L
o
ng
i
t
u
d
i
n
al

E
m
pl
o
y
e
r
-
H
o
us
e
h
old
D
yn
a
m
i
c
s

P
r
o
j
ect,
N
atio
n
al

I
n
s
ti
t
u
te

on A
g
in
g
,

12


i
n
t
e
ra
g
e
n
c
y
f
u
n
d
i
n
g

to

t
h
e U
n
i
ted States

Ce
n
s
u
s

B
u
re
a
u
, Sept
e
m
ber,

19
9
9 .
A
u
g
u
s
t,
2001,
$
49
0
,00
0
.

(w
i
t
h

J
o
h
n
A
b
o
w
d
a
n
d
J
o
h
n

Halt
i
w
a
n
g
e
r
)

Non
A
cad
e
m
i
c

1.

Natio
n
al
L
on
g
i
t
u
di
n
al

S
u
r
v
e
y
s

of

Yo
u
t
h
, B
u
reau

of
L
abor Stati
s
ti
c
s
,

$65
m
il
l
ion
(coordinated proposal).


2.

Q
u
adren
n
ial

R
e
v
i
e
w

o
f

Milit
a
ry

C
o
m
p
e
ns
ati
o
n
, De
p
ar
t
m
e
n
t of

De
f
e
ns
e,

$400,0
0
0
(principal investigator).

OTHER

G
R
ANTS

R
oc
k
e
f
eller/S
a
g
e Fou
n
datio
n
,

1997
/
9; W
o
rld Ba
n
k
R
ese
a
rch Gra
n
t, 1996/7; 1
9
98/9

B
u
reau
of

L
abor Stati
s
t
ics

1997;

B
u
r
e
au

of

t
h
e

C
en
s
u
s

1997,

1999
-
200
1
; Natio
n
a
l S
c
ie
n
ce

Fou
n
dat
i
on

1997,

200
3
; E
u
ropean

U
n
i
o
n

1997;

Sloan

Fo
un
dati
o
n
,

1997,

1
99
9
-
20
0
2
,

200
7
;

Natio
n
al

I
ns
ti
t
u
te

on

A
g
in
g
,

200
1
-
2004; Health
a
n
d

Hu
m
a
n Se
r
v
ices

(
A
SPE)

200
0
-
20
0
1,

2
0
02,
2
0
0
3
,

2
00
6
;

(
A
C
F)

2006;

De
p
a
r
t
m
ent of

L
abor (E
T
A
)

2
0
01, 20
0
2,

2
0
03

(
VE
T
S)

2
00
6
. N
e
w
Z
eala
n
d

De
p
art
m
e
n
t
o
f
L
abor,

20
0
1,

2
0
02;

Spe
n
cer Fo
un
dati
o
n
, 2006

SELECTED

C
ONFE
R
ENC
E
S
/
W
O
R
K
S
H
OPS

O
R
GANI
S
ED

I
n
ter
n
ati
o
n
al

S
y
m
po
s
ium

o
n

L
i
nk
ed

E
m
pl
o
y
er/
E
m
p
l
o
y
ee

Data
s
ets,

Wa
s
h
i
n
g
ton

DC 1998

Fu
n
ded

b
y Slo
a
n Fo
un
dati
o
n
/
C
e
n
s
us

B
u
rea
u
/
B
L
S/
E
u
r
o
pean

U
n
i
o
n
/Nati
o
n
al

Scie
n
ce

Fou
n
dation;

I
n
ter
n
at
i
o
n
al

w
ork
sh
op

on
C
on
f
ide
n
ti
a
li
t
y
,

Wa
s
h
i
ng
t
o
n

D
C
,

M
a
y 1999;

C
e
ns
us

Bureau

(
L
EHD)/
s
t
a
te

w
ork
s
h
ops

2000

-

20
0
4; E
u
ro
s
tat/UN
E
C
E

w
ork
s
h
op

in

S
k
op
j
e

Macedo
n
ia,

Mar
c
h
2001;

N
e
w

Z
eal
a
n
d

confere
n
ce

on

Data I
n
te
g
rati
o
n

a
n
d

L
i
nk
ed

E
m
pl
o
y
e
r
-
E
m
pl
o
y
ee

Data,

2002,

NSF co
n
f
identiali
t
y

w
o
r
k
s
h
op,

2
004; on

P
r
o
g
r
a
m
C
o
mm
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f
or

E
u
ro
s
tat

C
on
f
ere
n
ce

P
ri
v
a
c
y

in

Statistic
a
l Databases
(Barcelo
n
a),

2
0
04

(
R
o
m
e)

2006 (A
nk
ara)

200
8
;

NSF Social,

Be
h
a
v
ioral

a
n
d

Eco
n
o
m
ics

S
cie
n
ce
s
/
C
o
m
p
u
ter

a
n
d

I
n
f
o
r
mation

Scie
n
ce
a
n
d E
ng
i
n
eer
i
n
g

w
o
r
k
s
hop

on

C
y
ber
i
n
f
rastr
u
c
t
u
re,

2005,

Seco
n
d

a
n
d

T
h
ird

A
n
n
u
al

I
n
te
r
n
atio
n
al
E
-
Social Scie
n
ce

C
on
f
ere
n
ce (Ma
n
c
h
e
s
ter,

UK

2006,
A
n
n
A
rbor, MI 20
0
7
); HHS
w
or
k
s
h
op on

m
arria
g
e a
n
d

t
h
e
f
a
m
i
l
y
,

2006; Spe
n
cer

Fou
n
dation

w
o
r
k
s
h
op

on ed
u
cation

a
n
d

s
ocial

opport
un
i
t
y
,

2006;

C
o
n
f
er
e
n
ce

on Fi
r
m
s

a
n
d

E
m
pl
o
y
ee
s
,

(
N
u
rnber
g
,

Ge
r
m
any

2006);

C
o
m
parati
v
e

A
n
a
l
ys
is

o
f

Enterpri
s
e

Data

(
Ch
ic
a
g
o) 2006;

(B
u
dapest)

2
0
0
8
,

(
Tok
y
o)

200
9
,

A
d
v
a
n
c
i
ng

t
h
e

S
t
u
d
y

o
f

I
nn
o
v
ation

a
n
d

Globalization

i
n Or
g
a
n
iz
a
tio
n
s

(
N
u
r
n
ber
g
) 2009 SciSI
P
/SO
S
P
:

2008 a
n
d
2
010

SOSP

I
n
tera
g
e
n
c
y

c
o
n
f
er
e
n
c
e
s
;

2011 Bella
g
io co
n
f
ere
nce

(Rockefeller Foundation funded)

SELECTED

MAJOR
K
EYNOTE OR

I
N
V
ITED PLENA
R
Y

SPEECHES

Eco
n
o
m
ics




R
esearch
C
on
f
ere
n
ce
Em
pl
oym
ent a
n
d
L
abo
u
r Ma
rk
et,

Os
l
o,

No
rway
, 2001





N
e
w

Z
eal
an
d As
s
ociati
o
n

of

Eco
nomis
t
s
, Welli
n
gto
n
, N
e
w

Z
eal
an
d 20
02



E
u
r
o
pean

U
n
ion Co
nf
ere
n
ce
o
n

Lo
w

Wa
g
e

Wor
k
,

Sa
n
db
j
erg

De
nm
ar
k
,

A
pril

200
6



C
E
O’
s
f
or
C
itie
s
,

C
hica
g
o, Sept
emb
er

200
7



Com
parati
v
e

A
n
a
lys
is

of

En
t
e
rpri
s
e Data, B
u
dapest,

H
u
n
g
ar
y
,

M
a
y

200
8



Wor
k
,

P
e
ns
io
n
s a
n
d
L
abo
u
r Eco
nom
ics Gro
u
p (W
P
EG) a
nnu
al

c
onf
er
en
ce, S
he
f
f
ield,
U
K,
Jul
y

200
8



C
o
nf
ere
n
ce
o
n

Link
ed
Em
pl
oy
e
r
-
Em
pl
oy
ee D
a
ta, Budapest,

H
u
n
g
a
ry
, M
a
y

2009




I
n
aug
u
ral

Di
s
t
i
n
g
uis
h
ed
L
ec
t
u
r
e,
R
atsWD, Berlin

Ge
r
m
a
n
y
,

Sept
e
m
ber

2010.



Statistics



Eu
ro
s
tat/
U
N

co
n
fide
n
tia
l
i
t
y
w
or
ksh
op in

Sk
opje

Macedo
n
ia

20
0
1



C
o
nf
er
en
ce of

E
u
ropean

S
t
ati
s
tici
ans
, G
en
e
v
a,
Sw
itzerl
an
d,
200
3


13




Stati
st
ics

A
us
tria, Vi
enn
a, Au
s
tria, 2003


Recent
Science of Science Policy



Federal

D
em
o
ns
tration

P
art
n
e
rsh
ip, 2009,
2
010
, 2011



Na
t
io
n
al

C
ou
n
cil

o
f

R
esear
c
h

A
dmin
i
s
trators

2010



E
u
r
o
p
e
an

Forum

On
R
esear
c
h
An
d
D
e
v
elo
pmen
t

Im
pac
t
, 2009



N
IRPA
, 2010



E
u
r
o
pean

Parliament, 2010



UNCTAD
, 2011




European Forum, Alpbach, Austria 2011



Higher

Education Policy Institute, Royal Society, UK, 2011



Measuring Science Investments, Tokyo, 2012



Measuring Science Investments, Canberra and Melbourne, 2012



Research Excellence, EU Danish Presidency, Copenhagen 2012



OECD, Global Science Forum 20
th

anniversary, Paris, 2012




Science of Science and Innovation Policy Principal Investigator Conference, 2012



New Zealand IceFest, Christchurch, 2012



The Future of Res
earch Impact, London, 2012


OTHER HONORS AND AWARDS



University of Missouri: Teaching Assistant Award, 1982.



University

of Louisville School of Business Best Researcher Award: 1985, 1987



University of Louisville Young Researcher Award: 1988



College of Arts and Sciences, American University, General Education Teacher of the Year
1996



American University First Annual Faculty Member of the Year: 1996 (Student Confederation)



National Science Foundation


Director’s

Award for Program Management Excellence 2005.



National Science Foundation Director’s Superior Accomplishment Award, 2010



National Institutes of Health, Central IT Merit Award for Operational Excellence, 2011



Federal Executive Institute, Senior Executive
Training, 2011



Economic Journal, Winner of Referee Award, 2012

LEGI
S
LATIVE

TEST
I
M
ONY

AND SELECTED MEDIA H
IGHLIGHTS


T
h
e

C
o
mm
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on

Sci
e
n
ce
a
nd

T
ec
hn
ology

S
u
bc
o
mm
i
ttee

on
R
e
s
earch
a
n
d

Scie
n
ce

Education

U.S.

Hou
s
e of
R
eprese
n
ta
t
i
v
e
s

on
T
h
e

Scie
n
ce of Sci
e
n
ce and

I
nn
o
v
ation
P
oli
c
y,

Sep
t
e
m
ber

23,

20
1
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u
ropean

P
arli
a
m
e
n
t,

A
pril

14,

2
0
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http://www.neurope.eu/article/science
-
and
-
policy
-
what
-
really
-
matters
;

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ttp:/
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.e
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r
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v
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s
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odel
-
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ea
s
u
rin
g
-
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m
pac
t
-
n
e
w
s
-
4
4
8950


Nature, 2 August 2012, “Science Funding: Duel to the Death”
http://www.nature.com/news/science
-
funding
-
duel
-
to
-
the
-
death
-
1.11073


Region Focus, First Quarter 2012, “What W
e Don’t Know About Innovation”

14


http://www.richmondfed.org/publications/research/region_focus/2012/q1/pdf/cover_story.pdf

Federal Reserve Bank of Richm
ond


Research Trends, March 27, 2012
http://www.researchtrends.com/issue
-
27
-
march
-
2012/scientific
-
evaluation
-
and
-
m
etrics
-
an
-
interview
-
with
-
julia
-
lane/



London School of Economics, November 2, 2011 “Electronic Footprints”
http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2011/11/02/electronic
-
footprints
-
star
-
metics/




Chemical and Engineering News June 27, 2011 “Measuring Chemistry’s Impact NSF program
strives to put a value on federally funded research”

http://pubs.acs.org/cen/government/89/8926gov1.html



Times Higher Education Supplement, May 26 2011 “Research intelligence
-

The bottom line on
the research ripple effect”
http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=416252&sectioncode=26


Ben Bernanke, May 16, 2011 “ Promoting Research and Development The Government’s Role”
http://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/speech/bernanke20110516a.htm



Economic Principals, Dec 13, 2010 “A Few Words About the Vladimir Chavrid Award”
http://www.economicprincipals.com/issues/2010.12.13/1209.html

V
I
S
I
T
ING PO
S
ITIONS

Victoria

U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y
, Wellin
g
t
o
n
,

N
e
w

Z
e
a
la
n
d (1987,
1
99
3
,

199
5
);

B
o
n
d U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y
,

A
u
s
t
r
alia
(199
0
, 199
4
);

U
n
i
v
er
s
it
y

o
f

T
ec
hn
olog
y
,
S
y
d
n
e
y
, 2000;

SOFI,

U
n
iver
s
i
t
y

of Stock
h
o
l
m
,

S
w
ede
n
,

1996;

IF
A
U, U
n
i
v
er
s
i
t
y

of

Upp
s
ala,
S
w
ed
e
n
, 1998;

ISUG
A
, Q
u
i
m
per, Fra
n
c
e
,

2001;

New

Z
eal
a
n
d
De
p
ar
t
m
ent

of
L
abor, 2001,

2
0
02,

20
0
3 ;

Natio
n
al

I
ns
t
i
t
u
te

o
n
A
g
i
n
g
, 2003



2
00
4; 19
9
7
-
1999;
Federal

Siberian

Uni
v
er
s
i
t
y
, 2007; 2011
-
2012

Office of Science Policy Analysis, Office of the
Director, National Institutes

of Health (part
-
time detailee), 2011, Visiting Scholar, University of
Melbourne, Australia

SELECTED

P
R
ESENTATIO
N
S

P
ro
f
es
s
io
n
al:

A
m
eric
a
n

Eco
n
o
m
ics As
s
ociati
o
n

m
e
e
tin
g
s

(
1
994;

1
995;

19
9
6;

1
9
98;

1
999
;
2000;

20
0
1,

2003,

2
0
04,

20
0
5
,
2
00
7
,

2
0
0
9
) A
m
erican

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a
ti
s
t
ical
A
s
s
ociation

(almost every year since
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);

NBER

(pr
o
d
u
cti
v
i
t
y

g
ro
u
p) 2000,
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001

(per
sonn
el

ec
o
n
o
m
i
c
s
) 2003,

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s
u
m
mer i
ns
ti
t
u
te)

2004;

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cade
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n
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g
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t

(2007, 2
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08)

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prese
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t
a
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s
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n
ter
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al As
s
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o
n

of

S
u
r
v
e
y

Stat
i
s
t
i
cia
ns
,

1998;

I
n
ter
n
atio
n
al

Stat
i
s
tical

In
s
ti
t
u
te

(in
v
ited)
2005;

U
n
i
v
er
s
iti
e
s a
n
d research

in
s
ti
t
u
t
e
s

in

Austria,
A
us
t
ralia,
France,
Ger
m
a
n
y
,

Italy,

N
e
w

Z
eala
n
d,

S
w
ed
e
n
, No
r
w
a
y
, De
n
m
a
r
k
,

t
h
e Net
h
erl
a
n
d
s
,
and
En
g
la
n
d
,

as
w
ell

as

t
h
e US.

U.S.

G
o
v
ern
m
e
n
t

a
g
e
n
cies,
s
u
c
h

as

t
h
e De
p
ar
t
m
e
n
t
s of

T
rea
su
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y
,

L
abor,

C
o
mm
erce, a
n
d H
H
S. N
e
w

Z
eal
a
n
d Go
v
ern
m
e
n
t

a
g
e
n
c
ies,

su
c
h

as De
p
ar
t
m
e
n
t
o
f

L
abo
u
r
, M
i
n
i
s
t
ry

o
f

Eco
n
o
m
ic

D
e
v
elo
p
m
e
n
t,

a
n
d Stati
s
t
ics

N
e
w

Z
eal
a
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.


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