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一、Economics of Education

1. E. Lazear. Education Production[J]. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2001,116(3):777-803.

2.Ferrer, Ana M. and Craig W. Riddell. The Role of Credentials in the Canadian Labour Market[J].Canadian Journal of Economics, 2002, 35(4): 879-905.

3. Spence, Michael. Job Market Signaling[J]. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1973,87(3): 355-374.

4. Ashenfelter, O. and Cecilia R. Income, Schooling and Ability: Evidence from a New Sample of Identical Twins[J],1998,Quarterly Journal of Economics, 113(1):53-284.

5. Card, David and Alan B. Krueger. Does School Quality Matter? Returns to Education and the Characteristics of Public School in the United States[J],1992,Journal of Political Economy, 100(1): 1-40.

6. Lang, Kevin, and David Kropp. Human Capital Versus Sorting: The Effects of Compulsory Attendance Laws[J], Quarterly Journal of Economics ,1986,101(3): 609-624.

7. Card, David,Estimating the Return to Schooling: Progress on Some Persistent Econometric Problems[J]. Econometrica, 2001,69(5):1127-1160.

8. Angrist, Joshua D and Victor Lavy. Using Maimondides' rule to estimate the effect of class size on scholastic achievement[J]. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1999,114(2): 533-575.

9. Rothstein, Jesse A. Teacher Quality in Educational Production: Tracking, Decay, and Student Achievement[J]. Quarterly Journal of Economics ,2010,125(1):175-214.

10. Banerjee, Duflo and Linden. Remedying Education: Evidence from Two Randomized Experiments in India[J], Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2006, 122(3):1235-1264.

11. Currie, Janet and Duncan Thomas, Does Head Start Make a Difference?[J], Journal of Public Economics, 74(2) ,1999: 235–262

12. P. Glewwe, M. Kremer, S. Moulin, and E. Zitzewitz. Retrospective versus Prospective Analyses of School Inputs: The Case of Flip Charts in Kenya[J], Journal of Development Economics, 2004,74(1):251-268.

13. B. Sacerdote. “Peer Effects with Random Assignment: Results for Dartmouth Roommates[J], Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2001,116(2): 681-704.

14. Richard B. Freeman, Are Your Wages Set in Beijing?[J] The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 1995,9(3): 15-32.

15. Oreopoulos, P. Do dropouts drop out too soon? Wealth, health and happiness from compulsory schooling[J], Journal of Public Economics, 2007,91(11-12): 2213-2229.

 

二、Health Economics
 

1. Lien, Hsien-Ming, Shin-Yi Chou, and Jin-Tan Liu. Hospital Ownership and Performance: Evidence from Stroke and Cardiac Treatment in Taiwan[J], Journal of Health Economics, 2008, 27(5):1208-1223

2. Kessler, Daniel P. and Mark B. McClellan, Is Hospital Competition Socially Wasteful?[J]Quarterly Journal of Economics, 115(2),2000:577−615.

3. Chandra, Amitabh and Douglas O. Staiger. Productivity Spillovers in Health Care: Evidence from the Treatment of Heart Attacks[J]. Journal of Political Economy,115 (1), 2007:103−140.

4.Cutler, David M., The Incidence of Adverse Medical Outcomes Under Prospective Payment[J], Econometrica, 63(1),1995 :29−50.

5. Dafney, Leemore S. How Do Hospitals Respond to Price Changes?[J] The American Economic Review, 95(5), 2005: 1525-1547.

6. Ma, Ching-To and Thomas G. McGuire, Optimal Health Insurance and Provider Payment[J], The American Economic Review, 87(4), 1997:685−704.

7. Louis E. Lamancusa and Vivian G.Valdmanis, Physician Enrollment in Health Administration Programs[J],Journal of Health and Human Resources Administration, 16(4 ),1994:472-487

8. 徐倩,谢勇,戴维周,基于健康经济学视角的中国医疗保障水平分析[J],财经研究,2003,2912:45-49

9. 徐程,尹庆双,刘国恩, 健康经济学研究新进展[J],经济学动态,2012,9:120-127

10. 张旭昆, 岑丞, 健康经济学与我国医疗保障制度改革[J],经济学动态,2003,2:28-30


三、 Human Capital

1.     Ahlroth S, Björklund A, Forslund A. The output of the Swedish education sector[J]. Review of Income and Wealth, 1997, 43(1): 89-104.

2.     Behrman J R, Rosenzweig M R. Does increasing women's schooling raise the schooling of the next generation?[J]. The American Economic Review, 2002, 92(1): 323-334.

3.     Brandt L, Holz C A. Spatial price differences in China: estimates and implications[J]. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 2006, 55(1): 43-86.

4.     Démurger S. Infrastructure development and economic growth: an explanation for regional disparities in China?[J]. Journal of Comparative economics, 2001, 29(1): 95-117.

5.     Fleisher B M, Chen J. The coast–noncoast income gap, productivity, and regional economic policy in China[J]. Journal of Comparative Economics, 1997, 25(2): 220-236.

6.     Fleisher B M, Sabirianova K, Wang X. Returns to skills and the speed of reforms: Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe, China, and Russia[J]. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2005, 33(2): 351-370.

7.     Zhang J, Zhao Y, Park A, et al. Economic returns to schooling in urban China, 1988 to 2001[J]. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2005, 33(4): 730-752.

8.     Wang X, Fleisher B M, Li H, et al. Access to higher education and inequality: The Chinese experiment[R]. IZA Discussion Papers, 2007.

9.     Andren D, Earle J S, Săpătoru D. The wage effects of schooling under socialism and in transition: Evidence from Romania, 1950–2000[J]. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2005, 33(2): 300-323.

10.  Fleisher B, Li H, Zhao M Q. Human capital, economic growth, and regional inequality in China[J]. Journal of Development Economics, 2010, 92(2): 215-231.

11.  Heckman J J. China's human capital investment[J]. China Economic Review, 2005, 16(1): 50-70.

12.  Cai F, Wang D, Du Y. Regional disparity and economic growth in China: The impact of labor market distortions[J]. China Economic Review, 2002, 13(2): 197-212.

13.  Fleisher B M, Wang X. Skill differentials, return to schooling, and market segmentation in a transition economy: the case of Mainland China[J]. Journal of Development Economics, 2004, 73(1): 315-328.

14.  Holz C A. New capital estimates for China[J]. China Economic Review, 2006, 17(2): 142-185.

15.  Jorgenson D W, Fraumeni B M. Investment in education and US economic growth[J]. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 1992: S51-S70.

16.  Hanushek E A. Measuring investment in education[J]. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 1996, 10(4): 9-30.

17.  Jorgenson D W, Fraumeni B M. The output of the education sector[M]//Output measurement in the service sectors. University of Chicago Press, 1992: 303-341.

18.  Jorgenson D W, Yun K Y. Tax reform and US economic growth[J]. Journal of political Economy, 1990: S151-S193.

19.  Jorgenson D W, Ho M S, Stiroh K J. Projecting productivity growth: lessons from the US growth resurgence[J]. 2002.

20.  Le T, Gibson J, Oxley L. Cost‐and Income‐based Measures of Human Capital[J]. Journal of Economic Surveys, 2003, 17(3): 271-307.

21.  Paul Schultz T. Why governments should invest more to educate girls[J]. World Development, 2002, 30(2): 207-225.

22.  Yang D T. Determinants of schooling returns during transition: Evidence from Chinese cities[J]. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2005, 33(2): 244-264.

23.  Tao Yang D. Education and allocative efficiency: household income growth during rural reforms in China[J]. Journal of Development Economics, 2004, 74(1): 137-162.

24.  Fleisher B M, Wang X. Returns to schooling in China under planning and reform[J]. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2005, 33(2): 265-277.

25.  Wang X, Fleisher B M, Li H, et al. Access to higher education and inequality: The Chinese experiment[R]. IZA Discussion Papers, 2007.




 四、 Labor Economics

1. Hamermesh D S, Biddle J E. Beauty and the labor market[R]. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993.

2. Bertrand M, Mullainathan S. Are Emily and Greg more employable than Lakisha and Jamal? A field experiment on labor market discrimination[R]. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2003.

3. Ashenfelter O. How Convincing Is the Evidence Linking Education and Income?[J]. 1991.

4. MaCurdy T E. An empirical model of labor supply in a life cycle setting[J]. 1980.

5. Smith J P. Healthy bodies and thick wallets: the dual relation between health and economic status[J]. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 1999, 13(2): 145-166.

6. Altonji J G. Intertemporal substitution in labor supply: Evidence from micro data[J]. The Journal of Political Economy, 1986: S176-S215.

7. Imbens G W, Rubin D B, Sacerdote B I. Estimating the effect of unearned income on labor earnings, savings, and consumption: Evidence from a survey of lottery players[J]. American Economic Review, 2001: 778-794.

8. Card D. The impact of the Mariel boatlift on the Miami labor market[R]. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1989.

9. Borjas G J. The economic benefits from immigration[R]. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1994.

10. Card D, Krueger A B. Minimum wages and employment: A case study of the fast food industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania[R]. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993.

11. Fernández R, Fogli A, Olivetti C. Mothers and sons: Preference formation and female labor force dynamics[J]. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2004, 119(4): 1249-1299.

12. Biddle J E, Hamermesh D S. Sleep and the Allocation of Time[R]. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1989.

13. Summers L H. Some simple economics of mandated benefits[J]. The American Economic Review, 1989, 79(2): 177-183.

14. Rosen S. The economics of superstars[J]. The American economic review, 1981, 71(5): 845-858.

15. Goldin C, Katz L F. The origins of technology-skill complementarity[J]. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1998, 113(3): 693-732.

16. Bailey M J. More power to the pill: the impact of contraceptive freedom on women's life cycle labor supply[J]. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2006, 121(1): 289-320.

17. Viscusi W K. The value of risks to life and health[J]. Journal of economic literature, 1993, 31(4): 1912-1946.

18. Acemoglu D, Lyle D. Women, war, and wages: The effect of female labor supply on the wage structure at midcentury[J]. Journal of Political Economy, 2004, 112(3): 497-551.

19. Mammen K, Paxson C. Women's work and economic development[J]. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2000, 14(4): 141-164.

20. Arrow K J. What has economics to say about racial discrimination?[J]. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 1998, 12(2): 91-100.

21. Phillips A W. The Relation Between Unemployment and the Rate of Change of Money Wage Rates in the United Kingdom, 1861–19571[J]. economica, 1958, 25(100): 283-299.

22. Blanchard O, Katz L F. What we know and do not know about the natural rate of unemployment[R]. National Bureau of Economic Research, 1996.

23. Aghion P. Schumpeterian growth theory and the dynamics of income inequality[J]. Econometrica, 2002, 70(3): 855-882.

24. Boyer G R, Smith R S. Development of the Neoclassical Tradition in Labor Economics, The[J]. Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev., 2000, 54: 199.

25. Jorgenson D W. Surplus agricultural labour and the development of a dual economy[J]. Oxford Economic Papers, 1967, 19(3): 288-312.


五、 Personal Economics

1. Bognanno M L. Corporate tournaments[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 2001, 19(2): 290-315.

2. Bandiera O, Barankay I, Rasul I. Incentives for managers and inequality among workers: evidence from a firm-level experiment[J]. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2007, 122(2): 729-773.

3. Brown K C, Harlow W V, Starks L T. Of tournaments and temptations: An analysis of managerial incentives in the mutual fund industry[J]. The Journal of Finance, 1996, 51(1): 85-110.

4. Carrell S E, Fullerton R L, West J E. Does your cohort matter? Measuring peer effects in college achievement[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 2009, 27(3):429-464.

5. Edward P. Lazear. Entrepreneurship[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 2005, 23(4):649-680.

6. Hartzell J C, Parsons C A, Yermack D L. Is a higher calling enough? Incentive compensation in the church[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 2010, 28(3): 509-539.

7. Huang C, Li H, Liu P W, et al. Why Does Spousal Education Matter for Earnings? Assortative Mating and Cross‐Productivity[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 2009, 27(4): 633-652.

8. Kandel E, Lazear E P. Peer pressure and partnerships[J]. Journal of political Economy, 1992: 801-817.

9. Lazear E P. The future of personnel economics[J]. The Economic Journal, 2000, 110(467): 611-639.

10. Lazear E P, Rosen S. Male-female wage differentials in job ladders[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 1990: S106-S123.

11. Lazear E P. Performance pay and productivity[J]. The American economic review, 2000, 90(5):1346-1361.

12. Lazear E P. Personnel economics: Past lessons and future directions-Presidential Address to the Society of Labor Economists, San Francisco, May 1, 1998[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 1999, 17(2): 199-236.

13. Lazear E P, Shaw K L. Personnel economics: The economist's view of human resources [J]. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2007, 21(4): 91-114.

14. Mas A, Moretti E. Peers at work[J].American Economic Review, 2009, 99(1):112-145.

15. Murphy K J. Executive compensation[J]. Handbook of labor economics, 1999, 3: 2485-2563.

16. Nanda R, Sørensen J B. Workplace peers and entrepreneurship[J]. Management Science,
2010, 56(7): 1116-1126.

17. Prendergast C. The provision of incentives in firms[J]. Journal of economic literature, 1999, 37(1): 7-63.

18. Ronald G. Ehrenberg and Michael L. Bognanno. Do Tournaments Have Incentive Effects?[J]. Journal of Political Economy , 1990, 98(6):1307-1324.

19. Scott A. Eliciting GPs’ preferences for pecuniary and non-pecuniary job characteristics[J]. Journal of Health Economics, 2001, 20(3): 329-347.

20. Taylor B A, Trogdon J G. Losing to win: Tournament incentives in the National Basketball Association[J]. Journal of Labor Economics, 2002, 20(1): 23-41.

21. 陈冬华, 范从来, 沈永建, 等. 职工激励, 工资刚性与企业绩效[J]. 经济研究, 2010, 7: 116-129.

22. [美] Edward P.Lazear著,孙劲悦、张凤林译. 人事管理经济学领域悬而未决的问题激励工资的效力[J]. 经济资料译丛, 2009,4: 80-85.

23. 刘慧龙,张敏,王亚平,吴联生. 政治关联、薪酬激励与员工配置效率[J]. 经济研究, 2010, 9: 109-136.

24. 魏刚. 高级管理层激励与上市公司经营绩效[J]. 经济研究, 2000, 3(12): 32-39.

25. 周黎安. 晋升博弈中政府官员的激励与合作[J]. 经济研究, 2004, 6: 33-40.


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