Orley Ashenfelter is Joseph Douglas Green 1895 Professor of Economics at Princeton University. His areas of specialization include labour economics, econometrics, and law and economics. He was director of the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University, and has been director of the Office of Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Labour, a Guggenheim fellow, and the Benjamin Meeker Visiting Professor at the University of Bristol. He edited the Handbook of Labour Economics and is currently editor of The American Economic Review and co-editor of the American Law and Economics Review. His current research includes the evaluation of the effect of schooling on earnings, the cross-country measurement of wage rates, and many other issues related to the economics of labour markets.
Articles by Orley Ashenfelter:
Did US beer mergers cause a price increase?
18 September 2013, 9882 reads
Wine tasting: Is 'terroir' a joke and/or are wine experts incompetent?
1 March 2013, 30576 reads
Cross-country comparisons of wage rates: the Big Mac index
24 April 2009, 13534 reads
The effect of mergers on consumer prices
22 April 2008, 17934 reads
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