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Kevin Rinz
Kevin Rinz
Economist, Center for Economic Studies
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Labor market concentration, earnings, and inequality
K Rinz
Journal of Human Resources 57 (S), S251-S283, 2022
157*2022
Moving costs and worker adjustment to changes in labor demand: Evidence from longitudinal census data
AW Bartik, K Rinz
Manuscript, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2018
402018
Did timing matter? life cycle differences in effects of exposure to the great recession
K Rinz
Journal of Labor Economics 40 (3), 703-735, 2022
232022
Labor market effects of the Affordable Care Act: Evidence from a tax notch
K Kucko, K Rinz, B Solow
Available at SSRN 3161753, 2018
232018
The distributional effects of minimum wages: Evidence from linked survey and administrative data
K Rinz, J Voorheis
US Census Bureau, Working Paper CARRA-WP-2018-02, 2018
212018
Where does voucher funding go? How large-scale subsidy programs affect private-school revenue, enrollment, and prices
DM Hungerman, K Rinz
Journal of Public Economics 136, 62-85, 2016
202016
Who Values Human Capitalists' Human Capital?: Healthcare Spending and Physician Earnings
JD Gottlieb, M Polyakova, K Rinz, H Shiplett, V Udalova
US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, 2020
122020
Understanding Unemployment Insurance Claims and Other Labor Market Data During the COVID-19 Pandemic
K Rinz
Manuscript, US Department of Census, Washington DC, 2020
102020
Beyond the classroom: The implications of school vouchers for church finances
DM Hungerman, K Rinz, J Frymark
Review of Economics and Statistics 101 (4), 588-601, 2019
102019
Political campaigns and church contributions
D Hungerman, K Rinz, T Weninger, C Yoon
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 155, 403-426, 2018
102018
Journal of Human Resources
K Rinz
J. Human Resources 57 (S), S251-S283, 2022
52022
Undone by the market? The effects of school vouchers on educational inputs
K Rinz
Unpublished working paper, 2015
52015
The Effects of ‘Right to Work’Laws on Wages: Evidence from the Taft-Hartley Act of 1947
K Rinz
Unpublished manuscript, Department of Economics, University of Notre Dame, 2015
42015
Easing for Whom? Central Bank Asset Purchases and Household Inequlity
R Lester, R Mau, K Rinz
Central Bank Asset Purchases and Household Inequlity (December 21, 2020), 2020
12020
Nonemployer Statistics by Demographics (NES-D): Using Administrative and Census Records Data in Business Statistics
A Luque, R Bhaskar, J Noon, K Rinz, V Udalova
Center for Economic Studies, US Census Bureau Working Papers, 2019
12019
Online Appendix for Did Timing Matter? Life Cycle Differences in Effects of Exposure to the Great Recession
K Rinz
2022
Using Administrative Records to Improve Income Measurement in the American Community Survey
J Voorheis, A Bee, K Rinz, J Rothbaum, P Langetieg, M Payne
113th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2020
2020
Income and the Take-Up of Means-Tested Programs
A Eng, K Rinz
2020 APPAM Fall Research Conference, 2020
2020
What Is the Financial Return to Being a Physician?
J Gottlieb, M Polyakova, V Udalova, K Rinz, M Dillender
9th Annual Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, 2020
2020
Nonemployer Statistics by Demographics (NES-D): Exploring Longitudinal Consistency and Sub-national Estimates
A Luque, M Dillon, J Manzella, J Noon, K Rinz, V Udalova
Center for Economic Studies, US Census Bureau Working Papers, 2019
2019
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