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Attila Lindner
Attila Lindner
Assistant Professor, University College London
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The effect of minimum wages on low-wage jobs
D Cengiz, A Dube, A Lindner, B Zipperer
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 134 (3), 1405-1454, 2019
15702019
Who pays for the minimum wage?
P Harasztosi, A Lindner
American Economic Review 109 (8), 2693-2727, 2019
4832019
Reference-dependent job search: Evidence from Hungary
S DellaVigna, A Lindner, B Reizer, JF Schmieder
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (4), 1969-2018, 2017
3362017
Reallocation effects of the minimum wage
C Dustmann, A Lindner, U Schönberg, M Umkehrer, P Vom Berge
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 137 (1), 267-328, 2022
3342022
City limits: What do local-area minimum wages do?
A Dube, A Lindner
Journal of Economic Perspectives 35 (1), 27-50, 2021
642021
Front-loading the unemployment benefit: An empirical assessment
A Lindner, B Reizer
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 12 (3), 140-174, 2020
492020
Seeing beyond the trees: Using machine learning to estimate the impact of minimum wages on labor market outcomes
D Cengiz, A Dube, A Lindner, D Zentler-Munro
Journal of Labor Economics 40 (S1), S203-S247, 2022
472022
Reallocation effects of the minimum wage: Evidence from Germany
C Dustmann, A Lindner, U Schönberg, M Umkehrer, P Vom Berge
Unpublished manuscript. http://sarkoups. free. fr/dustmann719. pdf, 2019
392019
Labor supply and the pension-contribution link
E French, AS Lindner, C O'Dea, TA Zawisza
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
222022
Firm-level technological change and skill demand
A Lindner, B Muraközy, B Reizer, R Schreiner
London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic …, 2022
132022
The distributional and employment impacts of nationwide Minimum Wage changes
J Cribb, G Giupponi, R Joyce, A Lindner, T Waters, T Wernham, X Xu
IFS Working Paper, 2021
132021
Labor supply and the pension contribution-benefit link
E French, A Lindner, C O'Dea, T Zawisza
University of Cambridge, Faculty of Economics, 2022
102022
Firm heterogeneity and the impact of payroll taxes
A Bíró, A Lindner, D Prinz, R Branyiczki, L Márk
KRTK-KTI Working Papers, 2022
92022
Political conflict, social inequality and electoral cleavages in Central-Eastern Europe, 1990-2018
A Lindner, F Novokmet, T Piketty, T Zawisza
92020
The effect of minimum wage on low-wage jobs: Evidence from the United States using a bunching estimator
D Cengiz, A Dube, A Lindner, B Zipperer, IZA CEP
Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
72019
The employment and distributional impacts of nationwide minimum wage changes
G Giupponi, R Joyce, A Lindner, T Waters, T Wernham, X Xu
Journal of Labor Economics 42 (S1), S293-S333, 2024
62024
Skill depreciation during unemployment: Evidence from panel data
JP Cohen, AC Johnston, AS Lindner
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
52023
Answering causal questions using observational data-achievements of the 2021 Nobel Laureates in Economics
Z Hermann, H Horváth, A Lindner
Financial and Economic Review 21 (1), 141-163, 2022
52022
Who Pays for the Minimum Wage?
A Lindner, P Harasztosi
American Economic Review 102 (4), i-vii, 2019
42019
The impact of the national living wage on English care homes
G Giupponi, A Lindner, S Machin, A Manning
Research Report for the Low Pay Commission. Centre for Economic Performance …, 2016
42016
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