Tim Bartik
Tim Bartik
Senior economist, Upjohn Institute
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Who benefits from state and local economic development policies?
TJ Bartik, J Bartik Timothy
WE Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 1991
Business location decisions in the United States: Estimates of the effects of unionization, taxes, and other characteristics of states
TJ Bartik
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 3 (1), 14-22, 1985
The estimation of demand parameters in hedonic price models
TJ Bartik
Journal of political Economy 95 (1), 81-88, 1987
Small business start-ups in the United States: Estimates of the effects of characteristics of states
TJ Bartik
Southern economic journal, 1004-1018, 1989
The effects of environmental regulation on business location in the United States
TJ Bartik
Growth and Change 19 (3), 22-44, 1988
Measuring the benefits of amenity improvements in Hedonic P
TJ Bartik
Land economics 64 (2), 172, 1988
Urban amenities and public policy
TJ Bartik, VK Smith
Handbook of regional and urban economics 2, 1207-1254, 1987
Who benefits from local job growth: migrants or the original residents?
TJ Bartik
Regional studies 27 (4), 297-311, 1993
Jobs for the poor: Can labor demand policies help?
TJ Bartik
Russell Sage Foundation, 2001
Evaluating the benefits of non-marginal reductions in pollution using information on defensive expenditures
TJ Bartik
Journal of environmental economics and management 15 (1), 111-127, 1988
Solving the problems of economic development incentives
TJ Bartik
Growth and change 36 (2), 139-166, 2005
Jobs, productivity, and local economic development: What implications does economic research have for the role of government?
TJ Bartik
National Tax Journal 47 (4), 847-861, 1994
Local economic development policies
T Bartik
Upjohn Institute Working Paper, 2003
The effects of state and local taxes on economic development: A review of recent research
TJ Bartik
Economic Development Quarterly 6 (1), 102-111, 1992
Evaluating the impacts of local economic development policies on local economic outcomes: what has been done and what is doable?
T Bartik
Upjohn Institute Staff Working Paper, 2002
Can economic development programs be evaluated?
TJ Bartik, RD Bingham
Upjohn Institute Working Paper, 1995
The market failure approach to regional economic development policy
TJ Bartik
Economic Development Quarterly 4 (4), 361-370, 1990
Investing in kids: Early childhood programs and local economic development
TJ Bartik
WE Upjohn Institute, 2011
A new panel database on business incentives for economic development offered by state and local governments in the United States
TJ Bartik
The effects of the Kalamazoo Promise scholarship on college enrollment, persistence, and completion
T Bartik, B Hershbein, M Lachowska
Persistence, and Completion (June 29, 2015), 2015
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