Research Output

How Well Do Automated Linking Methods Perform? Evidence from U.S. Historical Data

Martha J. Bailey, Connor Cole, Morgan Henderson, and Catherine Massey
Journal of Economic Literature, forthcoming
• See also NBER Working Paper 24019 and Appendices
• This paper was discussed in Martha Bailey's NBER Summer Institute Methods Lecture on Data Linking, 7/11/2017.


Martha J. Bailey and Connor Cole
Beta-version of a Stata record linking program available at the ICPSR Record Linkage Library.

Simple Strategies for Improving Inference with Linked Data: A Case Study of the 1850-1930 IPUMS Linked Representative Historical Samples

Martha J. Bailey, Connor Cole and Catherine Massey
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History

The Determinants of Life Expectancy in the 20th Century U.S.

Martha J. Bailey, Alfia Karimova and Michael J. Murto
In process for the Journal of Health Economics

Childbearing in the United States: Past, Present, and Future

Martha J. Bailey
In process for the Journal of Economic Literature

The Long-Run Impact of Rosenwald Schools on Blacks and Whites: Evidence from North Carolina

Shariq Mohammed and Paul Mohnen
University of Michigan Working Paper, 2020