Stephen L. Ross spends much of his time researching Race, Demographic economics, Labour economics, Public economics and School choice. His Race course of study focuses on Research methodology and Ethnic group and Actuarial science. His Demographic economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic growth, Test and Census.
Stephen L. Ross has included themes like Research design and Racial differences in his Labour economics study. His work in the fields of Property tax overlaps with other areas such as Tiebout model and Capitalization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Longitudinal study, Disadvantaged and Attendance.
His primary scientific interests are in Demographic economics, Labour economics, Race, Sample and Ethnic group. His Demographic economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Test, Order, Racial differences and Loan. Stephen L. Ross merges Labour economics with Sorting in his research.
His work deals with themes such as Mathematics education and White, which intersect with Race. His Sample research includes elements of Prejudice and Advertising. In his work, Public economics is strongly intertwined with Urban economics, which is a subfield of Efficiency wage.
Stephen L. Ross focuses on Demographic economics, Test, Race, Ethnic group and Econometrics. His Demographic economics study combines topics in areas such as Order, Foreclosure and Human capital. As a part of the same scientific study, Stephen L. Ross usually deals with the Test, concentrating on Earnings and frequently concerns with Research design, Socioeconomic status, Foreign born and Immigration.
His work carried out in the field of Race brings together such families of science as Economies of agglomeration, Racism, Criminology and White. The Ethnic discrimination research he does as part of his general Ethnic group study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Work related and Residence, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Econometrics research incorporates themes from Expected loss and Loss aversion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Race, Demographic economics, Ethnic group, Criminology and Racism. The Race study combines topics in areas such as White and Census. His Demographic economics research incorporates elements of Juvenile delinquency, Order, Foreclosure, Test score and Consumption.
In his research, Stephen L. Ross performs multidisciplinary study on Ethnic group and Residence. The various areas that Stephen L. Ross examines in his Criminology study include Ethnic discrimination and State police. Stephen L. Ross combines subjects such as Wage and Racial differences with his study of Racism.
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Place of Work and Place of Residence: Informal Hiring Networks and Labor Market Outcomes
Patrick Bayer;Stephen L. Ross;Giorgio Topa.
Journal of Political Economy (2008)
Discrimination in Metropolitan Housing Markets: National Results from Phase I HDS 2000
Margery Austin Turner;Stephen L. Ross;George C. Galster;John Yinger.
Housing Discrimination in Metropolitan America: Explaining Changes between 1989 and 2000
Stephen L. Ross;Margery Austin Turner.
Social Problems (2005)
Sorting and voting: A review of the literature on urban public finance
Stephen Ross;John Yinger.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)
Discrimination in Metropolitan Housing Markets: National Results from Phase 1 of the Housing Discrimination Study (HDS)
Margery A. Turner;Stephen L. Ross;George C. Galster;John Yinger.
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
Which school attributes matter?: The influence of school district performance and demographic composition on property values
John M. Clapp;Anupam Nanda;Stephen L. Ross.
Journal of Urban Economics (2008)
The Color of Credit: Mortgage Discrimination, Research Methodology, and Fair-Lending Enforcement
Stephen L. Ross;John Yinger.
The Effect of Classmate Characteristics on Post- Secondary Outcomes: Evidence from the Add Health^
Robert Bifulco;Jason M. Fletcher;Stephen L. Ross.
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (2011)
Public school choice and integration evidence from Durham, North Carolina.
Robert Bifulco;Helen F. Ladd;Stephen L. Ross.
Social Science Research (2009)
Now You See it, Now You Don't: Why Do Real Estate Agents Withhold Available Houses from Black Customers?
Jan Ondrich;Stephen A. Ross;John Yinger.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2003)
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