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2020

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Contract Work at Older Ages, Katharine G. Abraham, Brad J. Hershbein, and Susan N. Houseman
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Most Self-Employed Workers Are Independent Contractors, Katharine G. Abraham, Brad J. Hershbein, and Susan N. Houseman
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Since Work Is Rare, It’s Time to Share, Katharine G. Abraham and Susan N. Houseman
Publication: Periodical Articles

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Measuring Alternative Work Arrangements for Research and Policy, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Publication: Books

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The Political Economy of Inequality: U.S. and Global Dimensions, Sisay Asefa, Editor and Wei-Chiao Huang, Editor
Publication: Upjohn Press

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The Political Economy of Inequality: Introduction, Sisay Asefa and Wei-Chiao Huang
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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What Can We Learn from the 1918 Pandemic? Careful Economics and Policy Lessons from Influenza, Brian J. Asquith
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Papers

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Social Capital Determinants and Labor Market Networks, Brian J. Asquith, Judith K. Hellerstein, Mark J. Kutzbach, and David Neumark
Publication: Presentations

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Why COVID-19 hit Michigan so hard, John C. Austin and Brad J. Hershbein
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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The Economics and Politics of the Fall and Rise of Income Inequality in the United States, Charles L. Ballard
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Real-Time Measurement of Business Conditions, Macroeconomic Surprises, and Uncertainty: Is a Recession Looming?, Alessandro Barbarino and Chiara Scotti
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Getting It Wrong: How Faulty Monetary Statistics Undermine the Fed, the Financial System, and the Economy, William A. Barnett and Kun He
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Place-Based Policy: An Essay in Two Parts, Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Papers

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Investments Needed to Help Localities Recover from Pandemic, Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Journal Articles

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Reviving distressed communities, Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Presentations

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The Aftermath of the Pandemic Recession: The Role of Economic Development Policy, Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Presentations

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Coronavirus and the Economy, Timothy J. Bartik and Brad J. Hershbein
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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Special Briefing on COVID-19: Unemployment, and State and Local Fiscal Consequences, Timothy J. Bartik, Marcia Van Wagner, Matt Fabian, William Glasgall, and Susan Wachter
Publication: Presentations

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The Earned Income Tax Credit and Maternal Time Use: More Time Working and Less Time with Kids?, Jacob Bastian and Lance J. Lochner
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Small Businesses, Marianne Bertrand, Chi Mac, Maurice A. Jones, and Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Presentations

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A Closer Look at the Chicago Fed’s Activity Indexes, Scott A. Brave
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Do Stronger Employment Discrimination Protections Decrease Reliance on Social Security Disability Insurance? Evidence from the U.S. Social Security Reforms, Patrick Button and Mashfiqur R. Khan
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Job Search and Hiring with Two-sided Limited Information about Workseekers’ Skills, Eliana Carranza, Robert Garlick, Kate Orkin, and Neil Rankin
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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The Long-Term Effects of Labor Market Entry in a Recession: Evidence from the Asian Financial Crisis, Eleanor Jawon Choi, Jaewoo Choi, and Hyelim Son
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Findings and Conclusions, Robert F. Cook, Editor
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Impacts of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the CARES Act on Earnings and Inequality, Guido Matias Cortes and Eliza C. Forsythe
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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The Heterogeneous Labor Market Impacts of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Guido Matias Cortes and Eliza C. Forsythe
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Rising Policy Uncertainty, Steven J. Davis
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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How Many Americans Have Lost Jobs with Employer Health Coverage During the Pandemic?, Paul Fronstin and Stephen A. Woodbury
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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The New Inequality: The Distribution of Retirement and Older Working Time in OECD Countries, Teresa Ghilarducci
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Nowcasting the Great Recession, Domenico Giannone, Eric Qian, Argia Sbordone, Mihir Trivedi, and Patrick Adams
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Recessions and Local Labor Market Hysteresis, Brad J. Hershbein and Bryan A. Stuart
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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The Enduring Local Harm from Recessions, Brad J. Hershbein and Bryan A. Stuart
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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The Enduring Local Harm from Recessions, Brad J. Hershbein and Bryan A. Stuart
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Income Inequality, Progressive Taxation, and Tax Expenditures, James R. Hines Jr.
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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From time use to contingent work to labor supply: thoughts on the contributions of Alan Kreuger, Michael Horrigan
Publication: Journal Articles

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Variability in U.S. Labor Markets, Michael Horrigan
Publication: Presentations

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IZA COVID-19 Crisis Response Monitoring United States, Susan N. Houseman
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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Alternative Economic Indicators, C. James Hueng, Editor
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Alternative Economic Indicators, C. James Hueng, Editor
Publication: Upjohn Press

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Introduction [to Evolving Approaches to the Economics of Public Policy: Views of Award-Winning Economists], Jean Kimmel, Editor
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Sources of Displaced Workers' Long-Term Earnings Losses, Marta Lachowska, Alexandre Mas, and Stephen A. Woodbury
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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Why Has Income Inequality Increased while Education Inequality Has Decreased in Many Developing Countries?, David Lam
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Introduction [to The Economics of Health], Donald J. Meyer
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Tax Credits for Child Care Increase Take Up and May Help More Mothers Work, Gabrielle Pepin
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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The Effects of Child Care Subsidies on Paid Child Care Participation and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from the Child and Dependent Care Credit, Gabrielle Pepin
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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The Long-Term Labor Market Effects of Parental Unemployment, Bernhard Schmidpeter
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Institutions, Structures, and Policy Paradigms: Toward Understanding Inequality in Africa, Howard Stein
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Measuring Economies from Space, Adam Storeygard
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Immigrants and the U.S. Wage Distribution, Vasil I. Yasenov
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

2019

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Making Ends Meet: The Role of Informal Work in Supplementing Americans’ Income, Katharine G. Abraham and Susan N. Houseman
Publication: Journal Articles

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The Importance of Informal Work in Supplementing Household Income, Katharine G. Abraham and Susan N. Houseman
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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The Importance of Informal Work in Supplementing Household Income, Katharine G. Abraham and Susan N. Houseman
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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Evaluation of Per Scholas as an Employee Recruiting Tool for Businesses, Lee Adams, Jing Cai, Janelle Grant, Brad J. Hershbein, and Bridget F. Timmeney
Publication: Reports

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Can Antipoverty Policies Change Neighborhood Outcomes in the Long Run?, Brian J. Asquith
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Place-Based Jobs Policies, Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Presentations

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Should Place-based Jobs Policies Be Used to Help Distressed Communities? Yes, but current policies need reforms., Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Presentations

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Should Place-Based Jobs Policies Be Used to Help Distressed Communities?, Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Should We Target Jobs at Distressed Places, and If So, How?, Timothy J. Bartik
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Bias and Productivity in Humans and Machines, Bo Cowgill
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Climate Change and Occupational Health: Are There Limits to Our Ability to Adapt?, Marcus Dillender
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Climate Change and Occupational Health: Can We Adapt?, Marcus Dillender
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Computerization of White Collar Jobs, Marcus Dillender and Eliza C. Forsythe
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Does the Healthcare Educational Market Respond to Short-Run Local Demand?, Marcus Dillender, Andrew Friedson, Cong Gian, and Kosali Simon
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Does the Healthcare Educational Market Respond to Short-Run Local Demand?, Marcus Dillender, Andrew Friedson, Cong Gian, and Kosali Simon
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Payroll, Revenue, and Labor Demand Effects of the Minimum Wage, Ekaterina (Roshchina) Jardim and Emma van Inwegen
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Medical Innovation, Education, and Labor Market Outcomes of Cancer Patients, Sung-Hee Jeon and R. Vincent Pohl
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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[Job] Locked and [Un]loaded: The Effect of the Affordable Care Act Dependency Mandate on Reenlistment in the U.S. Army, Michael S. Kofoed and Wyatt J. Frasier
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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[Job] Locked and [Un]loaded: The Effect of the Affordable Care Act Dependency Mandate on Reenlistment in the U.S. Army, Michael S. Kofoed and Wyatt J. Frasier
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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[Job] Locked and [Un]loaded: The Effect of the Affordable Care Act Dependency Mandate on Reenlistment in the U.S. Army, Michael S. Kofoed and Wyatt J. Frasier
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Multiple Jobholding: Knowing the Facts to Draw Proper Policy Conclusions, Etienne Lalé
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Search and Multiple Jobholding, Etienne Lalé
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Longer-Run Effects of Antipoverty Policies on Disadvantaged Neighborhoods, David Neumark, Brian J. Asquith, and Brittany Bass
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Job-Interview Referrals Help Brazilians Find Formal-Sector Jobs, Christopher J. O'Leary, Túlio Cravo, Ana Cristina Sierra, and Leandro Justino Veloso
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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The Effect of Job Referrals on Labor Market Outcomes in Brazil, Christopher J. O'Leary, Túlio Cravo, Ana Cristina Sierra, and Leandro Justino Veloso
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Medical Innovation and the Employment of Cancer Patients, R. Vincent Pohl
Publication: Upjohn Institute Policy Briefs

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Medical Innovation and the Employment of Cancer Patients, R. Vincent Pohl
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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Adverse Life Events and Intergenerational Transfers, Jessamyn Schaller and Chase Eck
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Labor Market Effects of U.S. Sick Pay Mandates, Nicolas R. Ziebarth and Stefan Pichler
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

2018

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US Fertility Rates and Childbearing in American Economic History, 1800-2010, Martha J. Bailey and Brad J. Hershbein
Publication: Book Chapters

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Degrees of Poverty: The Relationship between Family Income Background and the Returns to Education, Timothy J. Bartik and Brad J. Hershbein
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Careers within Firms: Occupational Mobility over the Life Cycle, Eliza C. Forsythe
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Discussion for JME special Issue: APST paper, Brad J. Hershbein
Publication: Journal Articles

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Do Recessions Accelerate Routine-Biased Technological Change? Evidence from Vacancy Postings, Brad J. Hershbein and Lisa B. Kahn
Publication: Journal Articles

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The Economics of Job Search: New Insights from an Upjohn Institute-Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conference, Brad J. Hershbein and Claudia Macaluso
Publication: Employment Research Newsletter

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The Effect of Public Pension Wealth on Saving and Expenditure, Marta Lachowska and Michał Myck
Publication: Journal Articles

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Longer-Run Effects of Anti-Poverty Policies on Disadvantaged Neighborhoods, David Neumark, Brian J. Asquith, and Brittany Bass
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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Health Shocks, Human Capital, and Labor Market Outcomes, Francisco Parro and R. Vincent Pohl
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Labor Market Effects of U.S. Sick Pay Mandates, Stefan Pichler and Nicolas Ziebarth
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Unobserved Heterogeneity and Labor Market Discrimination, Miguel Sarzosa
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Public Employment Policy for an Aging Workforce, Stephen A. Wandner, David E. Balducchi, and Christopher J. O'Leary
Publication: Journal Articles

2017

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Confronting Policy Challenges of the Great Recession: Lessons for Macroeconomic Policy, Eskander Alvi, Editor
Publication: Upjohn Press

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The Effect of Work First Job Placements on the Distribution of Earnings: An Instrumental Variable Quantile Regression Approach, David H. Autor, Susan Houseman, and Sari Pekkala Kerr
Publication: Journal Articles

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Fiscal Policy and Full Employment, Laurence Ball, J. Bradford DeLong, and Lawrence H. Summers
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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Does Increased Access to Health Insurance Impact Claims for Workers' Compensation? Evidence from Massachusetts Health Care Reform, Erin Todd Bronchetti and Melissa McInerney
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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The Great Recession and Lessons for Policymaking, Gary T. Burtless
Publication: Upjohn Press Book Chapters

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The Effect of Paid Sick Leave Mandates on Access to Paid Leave and Work Absences, Kevin Callison and Michael F. Pesko
Publication: Upjohn Institute Working Papers

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Charles Ballard Interview, Justin Carinci
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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Erica Groshen Interview, Justin Carinci
Publication: External Papers and Reports

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Extending Work Life: Can Employers Adapt When Employees Want to Delay Retirement?, Robert L. Clark and Melinda Sandler Morrill
Publication: Upjohn Press