Derek Neal
Derek Neal
Professor of Economics, University of Chicago
Verified email at uchicago.edu
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The role of premarket factors in black-white wage differences
DA Neal, WR Johnson
Journal of political Economy 104 (5), 869-895, 1996
18651996
Industry-specific human capital: Evidence from displaced workers
D Neal
Journal of labor Economics 13 (4), 653-677, 1995
13191995
The effects of Catholic secondary schooling on educational achievement
D Neal
Journal of Labor Economics 15 (1, Part 1), 98-123, 1997
9411997
Left behind by design: Proficiency counts and test-based accountability
D Neal, DW Schanzenbach
The Review of Economics and Statistics 92 (2), 263-283, 2010
7072010
The complexity of job mobility among young men
D Neal
Journal of labor Economics 17 (2), 237-261, 1999
6071999
Why has black–white skill convergence stopped?
D Neal
Handbook of the Economics of Education 1, 511-576, 2006
3582006
A measure of segregation based on social interactions
F Echenique, RG Fryer Jr
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 122 (2), 441-485, 2007
3302007
The measured black-white wage gap among women is too small
D Neal
Journal of political Economy 112 (S1), S1-S28, 2004
3052004
How vouchers could change the market for education
D Neal
Journal of Economic Perspectives 16 (4), 25-44, 2002
2972002
Further evidence on the effects of Catholic secondary schooling [with comments]
J Grogger, D Neal, EA Hanushek, RM Schwab
Brookings-Wharton papers on urban affairs, 151-201, 2000
2272000
Theories of the Distribution of Earnings
D Neal, S Rosen
Handbook of income distribution 1, 379-427, 2000
2272000
The design of performance pay in education
D Neal
Handbook of the Economics of Education 4, 495-550, 2011
2142011
Basic skills and the black-white earnings gap
WR Johnson, D Neal
The black-white test score gap, 480-497, 1998
1721998
Pay for percentile
G Barlevy, D Neal
American Economic Review 102 (5), 1805-31, 2012
1692012
The masculine self in late medieval England
DG Neal
The Masculine Self in Late Medieval England, 2009
1572009
The prison boom and the lack of black progress after Smith and Welch
D Neal, A Rick
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
1352014
The link between ability and specialization: An explanation for observed correlations between wages and mobility rates
D Neal
Journal of Human Resources, 173-200, 1998
1031998
What have we learned about the benefits of private schooling?
DA Neal
Economic Policy Review 4 (1), 1998
991998
The relationship between marriage market prospects and never-married motherhood
D Neal
Journal of Human resources 39 (4), 938-957, 2004
922004
Evaluating a simple method for estimating black-white gaps in median wages
W Johnson, Y Kitamura, D Neal
American Economic Review 90 (2), 339-343, 2000
862000
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