Leah Boustan
Leah Boustan
Professor of Economics, Princeton University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei princeton.edu
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Europe's tired, poor, huddled masses: Self-selection and economic outcomes in the age of mass migration
R Abramitzky, LP Boustan, K Eriksson
American Economic Review 102 (5), 1832-56, 2012
4622012
Was postwar suburbanization “white flight”? Evidence from the black migration
LP Boustan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 125 (1), 417-443, 2010
3852010
A nation of immigrants: Assimilation and economic outcomes in the age of mass migration
R Abramitzky, LP Boustan, K Eriksson
Journal of Political Economy 122 (3), 467-506, 2014
3652014
The causal impact of education on economic growth: evidence from US
P Aghion, L Boustan, C Hoxby, J Vandenbussche
Brookings papers on economic activity 1, 1-73, 2009
3652009
Immigration in American economic history
R Abramitzky, L Boustan
Journal of economic literature 55 (4), 1311-45, 2017
2442017
The effect of internal migration on local labor markets: American cities during the Great Depression
LP Boustan, PV Fishback, S Kantor
Journal of Labor Economics 28 (4), 719-746, 2010
1862010
Exploiting states’ mistakes to identify the causal impact of higher education on growth
P Aghion, L Boustan, C Hoxby, J Vandenbussche
NBER Working Paper. Forthcoming, 2005
1862005
Moving to higher ground: Migration response to natural disasters in the early twentieth century
LP Boustan, ME Kahn, PW Rhode
American Economic Review 102 (3), 238-44, 2012
1742012
Racial residential segregation in American cities
LP Boustan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
1342013
The effect of rising income inequality on taxation and public expenditures: Evidence from US municipalities and school districts, 1970–2000
L Boustan, F Ferreira, H Winkler, EM Zolt
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (4), 1291-1302, 2013
1302013
Competition in the promised land: Black migrants in northern cities and labor markets
LP Boustan
Princeton University Press, 2016
128*2016
Have the poor always been less likely to migrate? Evidence from inheritance practices during the age of mass migration
R Abramitzky, LP Boustan, K Eriksson
Journal of Development Economics 102, 2-14, 2013
1252013
Have the poor always been less likely to migrate? Evidence from inheritance practices during the age of mass migration
R Abramitzky, LP Boustan, K Eriksson
Journal of Development Economics 102, 2-14, 2013
1252013
Cultural assimilation during the age of mass migration
R Abramitzky, LP Boustan, K Eriksson
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
1132016
Competition in the promised land: Black migration and racial wage convergence in the North, 1940–1970
LP Boustan
The Journal of Economic History 69 (3), 755-782, 2009
822009
The effect of natural disasters on economic activity in us counties: A century of data
LP Boustan, ME Kahn, PW Rhode, ML Yanguas
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2017
742017
Automated linking of historical data
R Abramitzky, LP Boustan, K Eriksson, JJ Feigenbaum, S Pérez
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
572019
School desegregation and urban change: Evidence from city boundaries
LP Boustan
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 4 (1), 85-108, 2012
562012
Race, segregation, and postal employment: New evidence on spatial mismatch
LP Boustan, RA Margo
Journal of Urban Economics 65 (1), 1-10, 2009
532009
A silver lining to white flight? White suburbanization and African–American homeownership, 1940–1980
LP Boustan, RA Margo
Journal of Urban Economics 78, 71-80, 2013
492013
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