John Bound

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Labor Economics, Geography
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Bound J, Braga B, Golden JM, et al. (2015) Recruitment of Foreigners in the Market for Computer Scientists in the United States. Journal of Labor Economics. 33: S187-S223
Bound J, Geronimus AT, Rodriguez JM, et al. (2015) Measuring Recent Apparent Declines In Longevity: The Role Of Increasing Educational Attainment. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 34: 2167-73
Rodriguez JM, Geronimus AT, Bound J, et al. (2015) Black lives matter: Differential mortality and the racial composition of the U.S. electorate, 1970-2004. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 136: 193-9
Ro A, Geronimus A, Bound J, et al. (2015) Cohort and duration patterns among Asian immigrants: comparing trends in obesity and self-rated health. Biodemography and Social Biology. 61: 65-80
Bound J, Demirci M, Khanna G, et al. (2015) Finishing degrees and finding jobs: Us higher education and the flow of foreign it workers Innovation Policy and the Economy. 15: 27-72
Bound J, Lindner S, Waidmann T. (2014) Reconciling findings on the employment effect of disability insurance. Iza Journal of Labor Policy. 3
Geronimus AT, Bound J, Ro A. (2014) Residential mobility across local areas in the United States and the geographic distribution of the healthy population. Demography. 51: 777-809
Rodriguez JM, Bound J, Geronimus AT. (2014) Authors' response: politicization with misrepresentation: on de-trending in time series analysis. International Journal of Epidemiology. 43: 1343-4
Rodriguez JM, Bound J, Geronimus AT. (2014) Rejoinder: Time series analysis and US infant mortality: de-trending the empirical from the polemical in political epidemiology. International Journal of Epidemiology. 43: 831-4
Rodriguez JM, Bound J, Geronimus AT. (2014) US infant mortality and the President's party. International Journal of Epidemiology. 43: 818-26
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