Ioana Marinescu
Ioana Marinescu
Associate professor, University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice
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Labor market concentration
J Azar, I Marinescu, M Steinbaum
Journal of Human Resources 57 (S), S167-S199, 2022
Technology and financial structure: are innovative firms different?
P Aghion, S Bond, A Klemm, I Marinescu
Journal of the European Economic Association 2 (2-3), 277-288, 2004
Concentration in US labor markets: Evidence from online vacancy data
J Azar, I Marinescu, M Steinbaum, B Taska
Labour Economics 66, 101886, 2020
Cyclical budgetary policy and economic growth: What do we learn from OECD panel data?[with comments and discussion]
P Aghion, I Marinescu, RJ Caballero, AK Kashyap
NBER Macroeconomics annual 22, 251-297, 2007
The labor market impacts of universal and permanent cash transfers: Evidence from the Alaska Permanent Fund
D Jones, I Marinescu
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 14 (2), 315-340, 2022
Mismatch unemployment and the geography of job search
I Marinescu, R Rathelot
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 10 (3), 42-70, 2018
Opening the black box of the matching function: The power of words
I Marinescu, R Wolthoff
Journal of Labor Economics 38 (2), 535-568, 2020
The general equilibrium impacts of unemployment insurance: Evidence from a large online job board
I Marinescu
Journal of Public Economics 150, 14-29, 2017
The effect of labor market information on community college students’ major choice
R Baker, E Bettinger, B Jacob, I Marinescu
Economics of Education Review 65, 18-30, 2018
No strings attached: The behavioral effects of US unconditional cash transfer programs
I Marinescu
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Anticompetitive mergers in labor markets
I Marinescu, H Hovenkamp
Ind. LJ 94, 1031, 2019
Informality and the expansion of social protection programs: Evidence from Mexico
O Azuara, I Marinescu
Journal of health economics 32 (5), 938-950, 2013
Estimating labor market power
JA Azar, ST Berry, I Marinescu
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
Job security legislation and job duration: Evidence from the United Kingdom
I Marinescu
Journal of Labor Economics 27 (3), 465-486, 2009
Are judges sensitive to economic conditions? Evidence from UK employment tribunals
I Marinescu
ILR Review 64 (4), 673-698, 2011
Can fixed‐term contracts put low skilled youth on a better career path? evidence from Spain
J Ignacia García–Pérez, I Marinescu, JV Castello
The Economic Journal, 2018
Minimum wage employment effects and labor market concentration
J Azar, E Huet-Vaughn, I Marinescu, B Taska, T Von Wachter
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
Incentives can reduce bias in online reviews
I Marinescu, N Klein, A Chamberlain, M Smart
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Quasi-experimental causality in neuroscience and behavioural research
IE Marinescu, PN Lawlor, KP Kording
Nature human behaviour 2 (12), 891-898, 2018
The impact of the federal pandemic unemployment compensation on job search and vacancy creation
I Marinescu, D Skandalis, D Zhao
Journal of Public Economics 200, 104471, 2021
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