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1999
Fairlie, Robert W. The Absence of the African-American Owned Business: An Analysis of the Dynamics of Self-Employment. Journal of Labor Economics. 17, (1), 80-108.
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1997
Kletzer, Lori G.,  Fairlie, Robert W. The Costs of Job Displacement Among Young Workers. University of California, Santa Cruz, .
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1999
Fairlie, Robert W.,  Sundstrom, William A. The emergence, persistence, and recent widening of the racial unemployment gap. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 52, (2), 252-270.
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1996
Fairlie, Robert W.,  Meyer, Bruce D. Ethnic and racial self-employment differences and possible explanations. Journal of Human Resources. 61, (4), 757-793.
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2010
Fairlie, Robert W.,  Beltran, Daniel O.,  Das, Kuntal K. Home computers and educational outcomes: Evidence from the NLSY97 and CPS. Economic Inquiry. 48, (3), 771-792.
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2000
Fairlie, Robert W.,  Resch, Alexandra M. Is There 'White Flight' into Private Schools? Evidence from the National Educational Longitudinal Survey. JCPR Working Paper 211. Chicago, IL: Joint Center for Poverty Research.
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2002
Fairlie, Robert W. Private Schools and Latino Flight From Black Schoolchildren. Demography. 39, (4), 655-674.
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1996
Fairlie, Robert W.,  Kletzer, Lori G. Race and the shifting burden of job displacement: 1982-93. Monthly Labor Review. 119, (9), 13-23.
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2000
Fairlie, Robert W.,  Meyer, Bruce D. Trends in self-employment among white and black men during the twentieth century. Journal of Human Resources. 35, (4), 643-669.
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