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Joseph Ferrie
Joseph Ferrie
Professor of Economics, Northwestern University
Verified email at northwestern.edu
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Intergenerational occupational mobility in Great Britain and the United States since 1850
J Long, J Ferrie
American Economic Review 103 (4), 1109-1137, 2013
4742013
The long-run impact of cash transfers to poor families
A Aizer, S Eli, J Ferrie, A Lleras-Muney
American Economic Review 106 (4), 935-971, 2016
4102016
Southern Paternalims and the American Welfare State: Economics, Politics, and Institutions in the South 1865-1965
LJ Alston, JP Ferrie
Cambridge University Press, 1999
2871999
Water and Chicago’s mortality transition, 1850–1925
JP Ferrie, W Troesken
Explorations in Economic History 45 (1), 1-16, 2008
2162008
Yankeys now: Immigrants in the antebellum US 1840-1860
JP Ferrie
Oxford University Press, USA, 1999
2161999
A new sample of males linked from the public use microdata sample of the 1850 US federal census of population to the 1860 US federal census manuscript schedules
JP Ferrie
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History …, 1996
2151996
History lessons: The end of American exceptionalism? Mobility in the United States since 1850
JP Ferrie
Journal of Economic Perspectives 19 (3), 199-215, 2005
2112005
Paternalism in agricultural labor contracts in the US South: Implications for the growth of the welfare state
LJ Alston, JP Ferrie
The American economic review, 852-876, 1993
1911993
Typhoid fever, water quality, and human capital formation
B Beach, J Ferrie, M Saavedra, W Troesken
The Journal of Economic History 76 (1), 41-75, 2016
1502016
Shocking behavior: Random wealth in antebellum Georgia and human capital across generations
H Bleakley, J Ferrie
The quarterly journal of economics 131 (3), 1455-1495, 2016
1402016
Labor costs, paternalism, and loyalty in southern agriculture: A constraint on the growth of the welfare state
LJ Alston, JP Ferrie
The Journal of Economic History 45 (1), 95-117, 1985
1241985
The path to convergence: Intergenerational occupational mobility in Britain and the US in three eras
J Long, J Ferrie
The Economic Journal 117 (519), C61-C71, 2007
1232007
Long-term decline in intergenerational mobility in the United States since the 1850s
X Song, CG Massey, KA Rolf, JP Ferrie, JL Rothbaum, Y Xie
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (1), 251-258, 2020
1022020
The wealth accumulation of antebellum European immigrants to the US, 1840–60
JP Ferrie
The Journal of Economic History 54 (1), 1-33, 1994
1001994
The entry into the US labor market of antebellum European immigrants, 1840–1860
JP Ferrie
Explorations in Economic History 34 (3), 295-330, 1997
881997
Grandfathers matter (ed): occupational mobility across three generations in the US and Britain, 1850–1911
J Long, J Ferrie
The Economic Journal 128 (612), F422-F445, 2018
862018
Comparing contingency tables tools for analyzing data from two groups cross-classified by two characteristics
PME Altham, JP Ferrie
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History …, 2007
842007
Cognitive disparities, lead plumbing, and water chemistry: Prior exposure to water-borne lead and intelligence test scores among World War Two US Army enlistees
JP Ferrie, K Rolf, W Troesken
Economics & Human Biology 10 (1), 98-111, 2012
802012
Two centuries of international migration
JP Ferrie, TJ Hatton
Handbook of the economics of international migration 1, 53-88, 2015
732015
Fetal shock or selection? The 1918 influenza pandemic and human capital development
B Beach, JP Ferrie, MH Saavedra
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
672018
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