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The role of entrepreneurship in US job creation and economic dynamism
R Decker, J Haltiwanger, R Jarmin, J Miranda
Journal of Economic Perspectives 28 (3), 3-24, 2014
12492014
Where has all the skewness gone? The decline in high-growth (young) firms in the US
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
European Economic Review 86, 4-23, 2016
4352016
Changing business dynamism and productivity: Shocks versus responsiveness
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
American Economic Review 110 (12), 3952-90, 2020
339*2020
The US labor market during the beginning of the pandemic recession
T Cajner, LD Crane, RA Decker, J Grigsby, A Hamins-Puertolas, E Hurst, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
3302020
Declining dynamism, allocative efficiency, and the productivity slowdown
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
American Economic Review 107 (5), 322-26, 2017
2322017
Declining business dynamism: What we know and the way forward
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
American Economic Review 106 (5), 203-07, 2016
2122016
The secular decline of business dynamism in the United States
R Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
working paper, University of Maryland (June), 2014
147*2014
Market exposure and endogenous firm volatility over the business cycle
RA Decker, PN D'Erasmo, H Moscoso Boedo
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 8 (1), 148-198, 2016
802016
An assessment of the national establishment time series (nets) database
K Barnatchez, LD Crane, R Decker
FEDS working paper, 2017
772017
Business exit during the COVID-19 pandemic: Non-traditional measures in historical context
LD Crane, RA Decker, A Flaaen, A Hamins-Puertolas, C Kurz
Journal of macroeconomics 72, 103419, 2022
762022
Declining business dynamism: Implications for productivity
RA Decker, J Haltiwanger, RS Jarmin, J Miranda
Brookings Institution, Hutchins Center Working Paper, 2016
652016
Tracking labor market developments during the covid-19 pandemic: A preliminary assessment
T Cajner, LD Crane, R Decker, A Hamins-Puertolas, CJ Kurz
FEDS Working Paper, 2020
602020
Entrepreneurship and state taxation
EM Curtis, R Decker
FEDS Working Paper, 2018
43*2018
Boom town business dynamics
RA Decker, MC Meagan, GB Upton
Journal of Human Resources, 0221-11501R1, 2022
26*2022
Business Dynamics in the National Establishment Time Series (NETS)/Leland Crane, Ryan Decker
LD Crane, R Decker
FEDS Working Paper, 2019
252019
Unraveling the Oil Conundrum: Productivity Improvements and Cost Declines in the US Shale Oil Industry
R Decker, A Flaaen, M Tito
FEDS Notes March, 2016
242016
Improving the accuracy of economic measurement with multiple data sources: The case of payroll employment data
T Cajner, LD Crane, RA Decker, A Hamins-Puertolas, C Kurz
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
222019
Using payroll processor microdata to measure aggregate labor market activity
T Cajner, LD Crane, R Decker, A Hamins-Puertolas, CJ Kurz, T Radler
FEDS Working paper, 2018
212018
Collateral damage: Housing, entrepreneurship, and job creation
R Decker
Unpublished Manuscript: University of Maryland, 2015
172015
Research with private sector business microdata: The case of NETS/D&B
LD Crane, RA Decker
Working paper, 2020
82020
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