Richard V. Burkhauser mostly deals with Labour economics, Demographic economics, Social security, Economic growth and Minimum wage. His work on Wage as part of general Labour economics study is frequently linked to Cross national comparison, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Demographic economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Poverty and Socioeconomic status.
In the subject of general Social security, his work in Disability insurance is often linked to Formal education, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work deals with themes such as Disappointment, Medical model of disability and Pension, which intersect with Economic growth. The various areas that Richard V. Burkhauser examines in his Minimum wage study include Working poor, Negative relationship and Difference in differences.
Demographic economics, Social security, Labour economics, Earnings and Economic growth are his primary areas of study. Richard V. Burkhauser combines subjects such as Survey data collection, Current Population Survey, Income distribution, Distribution and Economic inequality with his study of Demographic economics. Richard V. Burkhauser interconnects Actuarial science, Pension, Public policy and Public administration in the investigation of issues within Social security.
His studies in Labour economics integrate themes in fields like Health insurance, Poverty and Incentive. His study explores the link between Earnings and topics such as Learning disability that cross with problems in Special needs. Richard V. Burkhauser usually deals with Economic growth and limits it to topics linked to Welfare and Business cycle and Single mothers.
Richard V. Burkhauser mostly deals with Demographic economics, Economic inequality, Income distribution, Survey data collection and Distribution. Richard V. Burkhauser integrates many fields in his works, including Demographic economics and Unit. His research in Economic inequality tackles topics such as Econometrics which are related to areas like Wage.
His Income distribution research focuses on Income inequality metrics in particular. His Survey data collection research includes themes of Contrast, Income tax, Public economics and Estimation. His Percentage point research integrates issues from Current Population Survey, Actuarial science and Social security.
His primary scientific interests are in Demographic economics, Economic inequality, Income distribution, Survey data collection and Gross income. Richard V. Burkhauser combines subjects such as Panel data and Development economics with his study of Demographic economics. His work in Economic inequality tackles topics such as Distribution which are related to areas like Taxable income, Econometrics, Pareto distribution and Earnings.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Socioeconomics under Income distribution, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Net national income. His Adjusted gross income study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Comprehensive income and Labour economics. His study in the fields of Minimum wage under the domain of Labour economics overlaps with other disciplines such as State.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
Beyond BMI: The value of more accurate measures of fatness and obesity in social science research
Richard V. Burkhauser;John Cawley.
Journal of Health Economics (2008)
The English language public use file of the German Socio-Economic Panel
Richard V. Burkhauser;Gert G. Wagner.
Journal of Human Resources (1993)
Economic analysis of transfer programs targeted on people with disabilities
John Bound;Richard V. Burkhauser.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)
Beyond BMI: The Value of More Accurate Measures of Fatness and Obesity in Social Science Research
John Cawley;Richard Burkhauser.
Social Science Research Network (2006)
Passing the Torch: The Influence of Economic Incentives on Work and Retirement
Joseph F. Quinn;Richard V. Burkhauser;Daniel A. Myers.
Research Papers in Economics (1990)
The Retirement-Health Nexus: A New Measure of an Old Puzzle
Kathryn H. Anderson;Richard V. Burkhauser.
Journal of Human Resources (1985)
A Reassessment of the New Economics of the Minimum Wage Literature with Monthly Data from the Current Population Survey
Richard V. Burkhauser;Kenneth A. Couch;David C. Wittenburg.
Journal of Labor Economics (2000)
Recent Trends in Top Income Shares in the USA: Reconciling Estimates from March CPS and IRS Tax Return Data
Richard V. Burkhauser;Shuaizhang Feng;Stephen P. Jenkins;Jeff Larrimore.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2012)
RELATIVE INEQUALITY AND POVERTY IN GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES USING ALTERNATIVE EQUIVALENCE SCALES
Richard V. Burkhauser;Timothy M. Smeeding;Joachim Merz.
Review of Income and Wealth (1996)
Most chronic diseases are reported more frequently by individuals with fewer than 12 years of formal education in the age 18-64 United States population.
Theodore Pincus;Leigh F. Callahan;Richard V. Burkhauser.
Journal of Chronic Diseases (1987)
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: