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Leah Boustan
Leah Boustan
Professor of Economics, Princeton University
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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), 1-73, 2009
723*2009
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), 1832-1856, 2012
6822012
Was postwar suburbanization “white flight”? Evidence from the black migration
LP Boustan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 125 (1), 417-443, 2010
6352010
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
6122014
Immigration in American economic history
R Abramitzky, L Boustan
Journal of economic literature 55 (4), 1311-1345, 2017
5122017
The effect of natural disasters on economic activity in US counties: A century of data
LP Boustan, ME Kahn, PW Rhode, ML Yanguas
Journal of Urban Economics 118, 103257, 2020
4242020
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), 238-244, 2012
3352012
Do immigrants assimilate more slowly today than in the past?
R Abramitzky, L Boustan, K Eriksson
American Economic Review: Insights 2 (1), 125-141, 2020
307*2020
Automated linking of historical data
R Abramitzky, L Boustan, K Eriksson, J Feigenbaum, S Pérez
Journal of Economic Literature 59 (3), 865-918, 2021
2682021
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
254*2013
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
2452010
Racial residential segregation in American cities
LP Boustan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
2102013
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
2032013
Intergenerational mobility of immigrants in the United States over two centuries
R Abramitzky, L Boustan, E Jácome, S Pérez
American Economic Review 111 (2), 580-608, 2021
192*2021
Competition in the promised land: Black migrants in northern cities and labor markets
LP Boustan
Princeton University Press, 2016
1882016
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
1152009
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
103*2013
The intergenerational effects of a large wealth shock: white southerners after the Civil War
P Ager, L Boustan, K Eriksson
American Economic Review 111 (11), 3767-3794, 2021
992021
To the new world and back again: Return migrants in the age of mass migration
R Abramitzky, L Boustan, K Eriksson
ILR Review 72 (2), 300-322, 2019
982019
The effect of immigration restrictions on local labor markets: Lessons from the 1920s border closure
R Abramitzky, P Ager, L Boustan, E Cohen, CW Hansen
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 15 (1), 164-191, 2023
902023
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