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Chad Sparber
Chad Sparber
W. Bradford Wiley Chair in International Economics, Colgate University
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Task specialization, immigration, and wages
G Peri, C Sparber
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (3), 135-169, 2009
11632009
STEM workers, H-1B visas, and productivity in US cities
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
Journal of Labor Economics 33 (S1), S225-S255, 2015
5052015
Highly educated immigrants and native occupational choice
G Peri, C Sparber
Industrial Relations: a journal of economy and society 50 (3), 385-411, 2011
2312011
Assessing inherent model bias: An application to native displacement in response to immigration
G Peri, C Sparber
Journal of Urban Economics 69 (1), 82-91, 2011
1772011
Quotas and quality: The effect of H-1B visa restrictions on the pool of prospective undergraduate students from abroad
T Kato, C Sparber
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (1), 109-126, 2013
1502013
Racial diversity and macroeconomic productivity across US states and cities
C Sparber
Regional Studies 44 (1), 71-85, 2010
842010
The effect of the H-1B quota on the employment and selection of foreign-born labor
AM Mayda, F Ortega, G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
European Economic Review 108, 105-128, 2018
802018
Migration theory
ÖB Bodvarsson, NB Simpson, C Sparber
Handbook of the economics of international migration 1, 3-51, 2015
752015
Foreign STEM workers and native wages and employment in US cities
G Peri, KY Shih, C Sparber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
702014
In-state tuition for undocumented immigrants and its impact on college enrollment, tuition costs, student financial aid, and indebtedness
C Amuedo-Dorantes, C Sparber
Regional Science and Urban Economics 49, 11-24, 2014
662014
Racial diversity and aggregate productivity in US industries: 1980–2000
C Sparber
Southern Economic Journal 75 (3), 829-856, 2009
622009
Foreign and Native Skilled Workers: What Can We Learn from H-1B Lotteries?
G Peri, K Shih, C Sparber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
502015
Task specialization, comparative advantages, and the effects of immigration on wages
G Peri, C Sparber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2007
352007
The short‐and long‐run determinants of less‐educated immigrant flows into US States
NB Simpson, C Sparber
Southern Economic Journal 80 (2), 414-438, 2013
342013
A theory of racial diversity, segregation, and productivity
C Sparber
Journal of Development Economics 87 (2), 210-226, 2008
322008
Estimating the determinants of remittances originating from US households using CPS data
NB Simpson, C Sparber
Eastern Economic Journal 46, 161-189, 2020
192020
Coping with H-1B Shortages: Firm Performance and Mitigation Strategies
AM Mayda, F Ortega, G Peri, KY Shih, C Sparber
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
162020
Choosing skilled foreign‐born workers: evaluating alternative methods for allocating H‐1B work permits
C Sparber
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 57 (1), 3-34, 2018
162018
The effect of legal status on immigrant wages and occupational skills
Q Steigleder, C Sparber
Applied Economics Letters 24 (2), 80-84, 2017
162017
The short-and long-run determinants of unskilled immigration into US States
NB Simpson, C Sparber
142010
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