Maggie R. Jones
Maggie R. Jones
Principal Economist, U.S. Census Bureau
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Race and economic opportunity in the United States: An intergenerational perspective
R Chetty, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
The opportunity atlas: Mapping the childhood roots of social mobility
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Race matters: Income shares, income inequality, and income mobility for all US races
R Akee, MR Jones, SR Porter
Demography 56 (3), 999-1021, 2019
Changes in EITC eligibility and participation: 2005–2009
MR Jones
Tax Administration at the Centennial: An IRS-TPC Research Conference, 45-61, 2013
Do eitc expansions pay for themselves? effects on tax revenue and public assistance spending
J Bastian
111th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2018
Do EITC expansions pay for themselves? Effects on tax revenue and government transfers
JE Bastian, MR Jones
Journal of public economics 196, 104355, 2021
Who is the residential parent? Understanding discrepancies in unmarried parents' reports
MR Waller, MR Jones
Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (1), 73-93, 2014
The antipoverty impact of the EITC: New estimates from survey and administrative tax records
MR Jones, JP Ziliak
National Tax Journal 75 (3), 451-479, 2022
Immigrants’ earnings growth and return migration from the US: Examining their determinants using linked survey and administrative data
R Akee, MR Jones
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
Do Doubled-Up Families Minimize Household-Level Tax Burden?
MR Jones, AO O'Hara
National Tax Journal 69 (3), 2016
Race and economic opportunity in the United States
R Chetty, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
NBER Working Paper 24441, 2018
The EITC and labor supply: evidence from a regression kink design
MR Jones
Washington, DC: Center for Administrative Records Research and Applications …, 2013
Adding Insult to Injury: Racial Disparity in an Era of Increasing Income Inequality
R Akee, MR Jones, SR Porter, 2017
The EITC and Linking Data for Examining Multi-Generational Effects
R Akee, MR Jones, E Simeonova
Measuring Distribution and Mobility of Income and Wealth 569, 2020
The EITC over the great recession: Who benefited?
MR Jones
National Tax Journal 70 (4), 709-736, 2017
Measuring the effects of the tipped minimum wage using W-2 data
MR Jones
US Census Bureau, May 26, 2016
The opportunity atlas
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
Opportunity Insights, 2018
Differences in self-employment duration by year of entry & pre-entry wage-sector attachment
A Luque, MR Jones
Journal of Labor Research 40, 24-57, 2019
The EITC and intergenerational mobility
MR Jones, R Akee, E Simeonova
Measuring and Understanding the Distribution and Intra/Inter-Generational …, 2020
The EITC over the business cycle: Who benefits?
M Jones
CARRA Working Paper 2014–15. Washington, DC: US Census Bureau, 2015
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