Researcher interests: Labor economics. Empirical microeconomics. Econometrics.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT: Economics
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Selected Publications

explaining the unexplained residual wage inequality manufacturing decline and low skilled immigration (2019)| The Economic Journal| Read more
avi simhon, bruce weinberg, Eric Gould, Avi Shimhon
does parental quality matter evidence on the transmission of human capital using variation in parental influence from death divorce and family size (2019)| National Bureau of Economic Research| Read more
the post 9 11 backlash against muslims reduced assimilation (2017)| | Read more
alexander hijzen, Eric Gould
en la igualdad confiamos la desigualdad en estados unidos y europa erosiona la confianza de la gente y puede reprimir el crecimiento economico (2017)| Finanzas y desarrollo: publicaciĆ³n trimestral del Fondo Monetario Internacional y del Banco Mundial| Read more
the long run effect of 9 11 terrorism backlash and the assimilation of muslim immigrants in the west (2016)| The Economic Journal| Read more
Eric Gould, Omer Moav
does high inequality attract high skilled immigrants (2016)| The Economic Journal| Read more
alexander hijzen, Eric Gould
growing apart losing trust the impact of inequality on social capital (2016)| Growing Apart, Losing Trust? The Impact of Inequality on Social Capital| Read more
party hacks and true believers the effect of party affiliation on political preferences (2015)| Journal of Comparative Economics| Read more
Eric Gould, todd kaplan
the peer effect of jose canseco a reply to j c bradbury (2013)| Econ Journal Watch| Read more
avi simhon, Eric Gould, Omer Moav, Avi Shimhon
lifestyles of the rich and polygynous in cote d ivoire (2012)| Economics Letters| Read more
avi simhon, Eric Gould, Avi Shimhon
does quality time produce quality children evidence on the intergenerational transmission of human capital using parental deaths (2011)| | Read more
avi simhon, Eric Gould, Omer Moav, Avi Shimhon
the mystery of monogamy (2008)| The American Economic Review| Read more

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