Research

Publications

Venoo Kakar ® Gerald E. Daniels Jr., and Olga Petrovska, (2019) "Does Student Loan Debt Contribute to Racial Wealth Gaps? A Decomposition Analysis" Journal of Consumer Affairs, Volume 53, Issue 4, pages 1920-1947.


(Earlier versions of this manuscript were titled "Student Loan Debt and Financial Health of U.S. Households")

Working Paper | BibTeX | Media: The Century Foundation


Venoo Kakar and Gerald E. Daniels Jr., (2019) "Role of cash and costs of inflation for different income groups in the U.S." Economic Modelling, Volume 80, pages 303-319.


(Earlier versions of this article were titled "On the Redistributional Effects of Inflation in a Cash-in-Advance Economy")

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Gerald E. Daniels Jr. and Andria Smythe, (2018) "Student Debt and Labor Market Outcomes" AEA Papers & Proceedings, Volume 109, pages 171–75.

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Gerald E. Daniels Jr. and Venoo Kakar, (2018) "Normalized CES supply-side system Approach: How to replicate Klump, McAdam, and Willman (Review of Economics and Statistics, 2007)" Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, Volume 12, Issue 2018-19, pages 1–13.

Working Paper | BibTeX | Media: Replication Wiki


Gerald E. Daniels Jr., Venoo Kakar, and Anoshua Chaudhuri, (2017) "Racial Differences in Transitions to Marriage For Unmarried Mothers" Journal of Family and Economic Issues, Volume 38, Issue 147, pages 370–389.

Working Paper | BibTeX | PubMed | Media: Institute of Family Studies | Families and Child Wellbeing Study | National Affairs


Gerald E. Daniels Jr. and Venoo Kakar, (2017) "Economic Growth and the CES Production Function with Human Capital" Economics Bulletin, Volume 37, Issue 2, pages 930-951.

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Other Publications

Benjamin V. Rosa, and Omari H. Swinton, and Gerald E. Daniels Jr. (2020) "The Stability in Student Organizations Over Time" The Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship, Volume 2, Issue 3, pages 45-56.

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Papers Under Revision/Review

Jobs and Housing (Im)balance in the San Francisco Bay Area with Venoo Kakar and Aditi Grossman


[Note: If your are unable to access the published version of a manuscript, please see the working paper version. ® denotes certified random order, see Ray and Robson (2018)]