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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Richard B. Freeman
Herbert Ascherman Professor of Economics
Black/White Economic Differences: Why Did They Last So Long?
. Wisconsin ; 1972.
Labor Market Adjustments in Psychology
. American Psychologist. 1972.
The Market for College Trained Manpower
. Harvard University Press; 1971.
Segal M, Freeman R
Labor Force, Unemployment and Population in Chronically Depressed Areas
. Area Redevelopment Administration; 1964.
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"Equal Sharing Motivates Lower-Ability Workers in Team Production,"
Occupational Skill Premia around the World: New Data, Patterns and Drivers.
Team Incentives and Lower Ability Workers: An Experimental Study on Real-Effort Tasks Richard B. Freeman, Xiaofei Pan, Xiaolan Yang, and Maoliang Ye NBER Working Paper No. 30427
"Minimum Wages and the Rise of Firms' Robot Adoption in China."
“Planning for the “Expected Unexpected”: Work and Retirement in the US After the COVID-19 Pandemic Shock,” NBER WP # 29653 (January 2022)
"The Impact of Collective Bargaining: Illusion or Reality?" NBER Working Paper #0735 (August 1981).
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