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2000
Hamermesh, Daniel S.,  Trejo, Stephen J. The demand for hours of labor: Direct evidence for California. Review of Economics and Statistics. 82, (1), 38-47.
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1991
Trejo, Stephen J. The Effects of Overtime Pay Regulation on Worker Compensation. American Economic Review. 81, (4), 719 -
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1991
Borjas, George J.,  Trejo, Stephen J. Immigrant Participation in the Welfare System. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 44, (2), 195-211.
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1998
Trejo, Stephen J. Intergenerational Progress of Mexican-Origin Workers in the U.S. Labor Market. Working Papers in Economics. 98/16, Santa Barbara, CA: University of California, Santa Barbara.
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2003
Trejo, Stephen J. Intergenerational progress of Mexican-origin workers in the U.S. labor market. Journal of Human Resources. 38, (3), 467-489.
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1995
Funkhouser, Edward,  Trejo, Stephen J. The Labor Market Skills of Recent Male Immigrants: Evidence from the Current Population Survey. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 48, (4), 792-811.
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1997
Trejo, Stephen J. Why do Mexican Americans earn low wages?. Journal of Political Economy. 105, (6), 1235-1268.
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1995
Trejo, Stephen J. Why Do Mexican Americans Earn Low Wages?. Working Papers in Economics. 16/95, Santa Barbara, CA: University of California, Santa Barbara.
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