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Eliza Forsythe
Eliza Forsythe
Assistant Professor of Economics and Labor and Employment Relations,University of Illinois, Urbana
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Labor Demand in the time of COVID-19: Evidence from vacancy postings and UI claims
E Forsythe, LB Kahn, F Lange, D Wiczer
Journal of Public Economics 189, 104238, 2020
6912020
Heterogeneous Labor Market Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic
E Forsythe, GM Cortes
Industrial & Labor Relations Review 76 (1), 30-55, 2023
250*2023
Distributional impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and the CARES Act
GM Cortes, E Forsythe
The Journal of Economic Inequality 21 (2), 325-349, 2023
66*2023
Why don’t firms hire young workers during recessions?
E Forsythe
The Economic Journal 132 (645), 1765-1789, 2022
572022
Where have all the workers gone? Recalls, retirements, and reallocation in the COVID recovery
E Forsythe, LB Kahn, F Lange, D Wiczer
Labour Economics 78, 102251, 2022
532022
Searching, Recalls, and Tightness: An Interim Report on the COVID Labor Market
E Forsythe, LB Kahn, F Lange, DG Wiczer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
442020
Computerization of white collar jobs
M Dillender, E Forsythe
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
322022
Explaining Demographic Heterogeneity in Cyclical Unemployment
E Forsythe, JC Wu
Labour Economics, 2021
292021
Labor Market Flows and The Covid-19 Economy
E Forsythe
http://publish.illinois.edu/elizaforsythe/files/2020/04 …, 2020
212020
Careers within firms: Occupational mobility over the lifecycle
E Forsythe
LABOUR 33 (3), 241-277, 2019
192019
Occupational Job Ladders within and between Firms
E Forsythe
IZA Discussion Paper, 2023
15*2023
Understanding disparities in unemployment insurance recipiency
E Forsythe, H Yang
US Department of Labor, 2021
82021
The effect of minimum wage policies on the wage and occupational structure of establishments
E Forsythe
Journal of Labor Economics 41 (S1), S291-S324, 2023
72023
Understanding Unemployment Insurance Recipiency During the Covid-19 Pandemic
E Forsythe
Champaign, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2021
52021
Recruiting Intensity, Hires, and Vacancies: Evidence from Firm-Level Data
E Forsythe, R Weinstein
IZA Discussion Paper, 2021
52021
The Occupational Structures of Low-and High-Wage Service Sector Establishments
EC Forsythe
Economic Development Quarterly 33 (2), 76-91, 2019
52019
Youth Hiring and Labor Market Tightness
EC Forsythe
AEA Papers and Proceedings 112, 117-120, 2022
22022
Young Workers Left Behind: Hiring and the Great Recession
E Forsythe
Employment Research Newsletter 22 (1), 1, 2015
22015
Understanding Unemployment Insurance Coverage in Early 2021
E Forsythe
12021
Unemployment Insurance Recipiency During the Covid-19 Pandemic
E Forsythe
National Tax Journal 76 (2), 367-391, 2023
2023
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