Katherine Eriksson
Katherine Eriksson
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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), 1832-1856, 2012
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
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
Automated linking of historical data
R Abramitzky, L Boustan, K Eriksson, J Feigenbaum, S Pérez
Journal of Economic Literature 59 (3), 865-918, 2021
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
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
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
Reprint: Trade shocks and the shifting landscape of US manufacturing
K Eriksson, KN Russ, JC Shambaugh, M Xu
Journal of International Money and Finance 114, 102407, 2021
Does the language of instruction in primary school affect later labour market outcomes? Evidence from South Africa
K Eriksson
Economic History of Developing Regions 29 (2), 311-335, 2014
Long-run impacts of agricultural shocks on educational attainment: Evidence from the boll weevil
RB Baker, J Blanchette, K Eriksson
The Journal of Economic History 80 (1), 136-174, 2020
School closures during the 1918 flu pandemic
P Ager, K Eriksson, E Karger, P Nencka, MA Thomasson
Review of Economics and Statistics 106 (1), 266-276, 2024
How the 1906 San Francisco earthquake shaped economic activity in the American West
P Ager, K Eriksson, CW Hansen, L Lønstrup
Explorations in Economic History 77, 101342, 2020
Ethnic enclaves and immigrant outcomes: Norwegian immigrants during the Age of Mass Migration
K Eriksson
European Review of Economic History 24 (3), 427-446, 2020
The residential segregation of immigrants in the United States from 1850 to 1940
K Eriksson, Z Ward
The Journal of Economic History 79 (4), 989-1026, 2019
Moving North and into jail? The great migration and black incarceration
K Eriksson
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 159, 526-538, 2019
Education and incarceration in the Jim Crow South: Evidence from Rosenwald schools
K Eriksson
Journal of Human Resources 55 (1), 43-75, 2020
Revising infant mortality rates for the early twentieth century United States
K Eriksson, GT Niemesh, M Thomasson
Demography 55 (6), 2001-2024, 2018
Death in the promised land: The Great Migration and black infant mortality
K Eriksson, G Niemesh
Available at SSRN 3071053, 2016
Understanding the Success of the Know-nothing Party
M Alsan, K Eriksson, G Niemesh
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
Marriage and the intergenerational mobility of women: Evidence from marriage certificates 1850-1910
J Craig, K Eriksson, GT Niemesh
April. https://niemesgt. github. io/files/WomenMobilityClio. pdf, 2019
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