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1995
Tyler, John,  Murnane, Richard J.,  Levy, Frank . Are more college graduates really taking 'high school' jobs?. Monthly Labor Review. 118, (12), 18-27.
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1999
Murnane, Richard J.,  Willett, John B.,  Boudett, Kathryn Parker . Do male dropouts benefit from obtaining a GED, postsecondary education, and training?. Evaluation Review. 23, (5), 475-503.
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2001
Vegas, Emiliana,  Murnane, Richard J.,  Willett, John B. From high school to teaching: Many steps, who makes it. Teachers College Record. 103, (3), 427-449.
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1995
Murnane, Richard J.,  Willett, John B.,  Levy, Frank . The Growing Importance of Cognitive Skills in Wage Determination. NBER Working Paper Series. 5076, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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1995
Murnane, Richard J.,  Willett, John B.,  Levy, Frank . The growing importance of cognitive skills in wage determination. Review of Economics and Statistics. 77, (2), 251-266.
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1992
Levy, Frank,  Murnane, Richard J. U.S. Earnings Levels and Earnings Inequality: A Review of Recent Trends and Proposed Explanations. Journal of Economic Literature. 30, (3), 1333-1381.
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2000
Murnane, Richard J.,  Willett, John B.,  Tyler, John H. Who benefits from obtaining a GED? Evidence from High School and Beyond. Review of Economics and Statistics. 82, (1), 23-37.
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1989
Murnane, Richard J.,  Olsen, Randall J. Will there be enough teachers?. American Economic Review. 79, (2), 242-246.
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