Lisa M. Lynch
Lisa M. Lynch
Provost and Maurice B. Hexter Prof. of Social & Economic Policy, Brandeis University
Verified email at brandeis.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
How to compete: the impact of workplace practices and information technology on productivity
SE Black, LM Lynch
Review of Economics and statistics 83 (3), 434-445, 2001
19362001
Human-capital investments and productivity
SE Black, LM Lynch
The American economic review 86 (2), 263-267, 1996
11011996
What’s driving the new economy?: The benefits of workplace innovation
SE Black, LM Lynch
The Economic Journal 114 (493), F97-F116, 2004
9622004
Private-sector training and the earnings of young workers
LM Lynch
The American Economic Review 82 (1), 299-312, 1992
9521992
Beyond the incidence of employer-provided training
LM Lynch, SE Black
ILR Review 52 (1), 64-81, 1998
4421998
The role of off-the-job vs. on-the-job training for the mobility of women workers
LM Lynch
The American Economic Review 81 (2), 151-156, 1991
3241991
Training and the private sector: international comparisons
LM Lynch
University of Chicago Press, 2007
3002007
Beyond the incidence of training: evidence from a national employers survey
LM Lynch, SE Black
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1995
2751995
The youth labor market in the eighties: Determinants of re-employment probabilities for young men and women
LM Lynch
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 37-45, 1989
2281989
Measuring organizational capital in the new economy
SE Black, LM Lynch
Measuring capital in the new economy, 205-236, 2005
2022005
How workers fare when employers innovate
SE Black, LM Lynch, A Krivelyova
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 43 (1), 44-66, 2004
1722004
State dependency in youth unemployment: A lost generation?
LM Lynch
Journal of Econometrics 28 (1), 71-84, 1985
1331985
Training at work: a comparison of US and British youths
DG Blanchflower, LM Lynch
Training and the private sector: international comparisons, 233-260, 1994
1221994
The adoption and diffusion of organizational innovation: evidence for the US economy
LM Lynch
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2007
1032007
Payoffs to alternative training strategies at work
LM Lynch
Working Under Different Rules. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 63-96, 1994
1021994
Job search and youth unemployment
LM Lynch
Oxford Economic Papers 35, 271-282, 1983
851983
The economics of youth training in the United States
LM Lynch
The Economic Journal 103 (420), 1292-1302, 1993
811993
Re-employment probabilities over the business cycle
GW Imbens, LM Lynch
Portuguese Economic Journal 5 (2), 111-134, 2006
552006
Entry-level jobs: first rung on the employment ladder or economic dead end?
LM Lynch
Journal of Labor Research 14 (3), 249-263, 1993
551993
Differential effects of post-school training on early career mobility
LM Lynch
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1992
541992
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