On the Interpretation of Diploma Wage Effects Estimated by Regression Discontinuity Designs Accepted for publication at Canadian Journal of Economics; this version: December 2019
Training Requirements, Automation, and Job Polarization, with Andy Feng. Accepted for publication at Economic Journal; this version: November 2018 (previously titled "Rise of the Machines: The Effects of Labor-Saving Innovations on Jobs and Wages"). Online Appendix
A Question of Degree: The Effects of Degree Class on Labor Market Outcomes, with Andy Feng. Economics of Education Review, December 2017.
Is Modern Technology Responsible for Jobless Recoveries?, with Guy Michaels. American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, May 2017. Longer working paper version
Gender Gap Variation across Assessment Forms: Explanations and Implications, with Arizo Karimi, June 2020, submitted.
Family Background and the Responses to Higher SAT Scores, with Björn Öckert and Oskar Nordström Skans, April 2020, submitted.
Media & policy
- "Individual consequences of occupational decline" summarized at VoxEU
- "Robots at work" summarized at VoxEU, IZA Newsroom, and SNS (in Swedish)
- "Is modern technology responsible for jobless recoveries?" summarized at VoxEU, IZA Newsroom
- "Explaining gender gap variation across assessment forms" covered by Dagens Arena
- "Robots at work" covered by Bloomberg Business, Brookings, Dagens Nyheter (in Swedish), FT.com, Harvard Business Review, Kennislink (in Dutch), MIT Technology Review, The Telegraph, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, ZEIT ONLINE (in German)
- "Is modern technology responsible for jobless recoveries?" covered by Bloomberg View
- "A question of degree" covered by BBC News, The Telegraph, Times Higher Education