Adam Looney
Adam Looney
Verified email at brookings.edu
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Salience and taxation: Theory and evidence
R Chetty, A Looney, K Kroft
American economic review 99 (4), 1145-77, 2009
20562009
A crisis in student loans?: How changes in the characteristics of borrowers and in the institutions they attended contributed to rising loan defaults
A Looney, C Yannelis
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2015 (2), 1-89, 2015
3202015
Consumption smoothing and the welfare consequences of social insurance in developing economies
R Chetty, A Looney
Journal of public economics 90 (12), 2351-2356, 2006
2182006
Thirteen economic facts about social mobility and the role of education
M Greenstone, A Looney, J Patashnik, M Yu
The Hamilton Project, 2013
1162013
The rise of alternative work arrangements: Evidence and implications for tax filing and benefit coverage
E Jackson, A Looney, S Ramnath
Office of Tax Analysis Working Paper 114, 2017
722017
Work and opportunity before and after incarceration
A Looney, N Turner
Washington, DC: Brookings Institution. Accessed October 5, 2018, 2018
512018
Where is the best place to invest $102,000: In stocks, bonds, or a college degree
M Greenstone, A Looney
Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, 2011
462011
Paying too much for energy? The true costs of our energy choices
M Greenstone, A Looney
Daedalus 141 (2), 10-30, 2012
452012
Income risk and the benefits of social insurance: Evidence from Indonesia and the United States
R Chetty, A Looney
Fiscal Policy and Management in East Asia, 99-121, 2007
442007
Regardless of the cost, college still matters
M Greenstone, A Looney
Brookings on Job Numbers, 2012
352012
Building America’s job skills with effective workforce programs: A training strategy to raise wages and increase work opportunities
M Greenstone, A Looney
Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, November, 2011
352011
Ten economic facts about immigration
M Greenstone, A Looney
Hamilton Project, The Brookings Institution, 2010
312010
The effect of anticipated tax changes on intertemporal labor supply and the realization of taxable income
A Looney, M Singhal
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2006
312006
The effects of welfare reform and related policies on single mothers' welfare use and employment
A Looney
FEDS Working Paper, 2005
302005
The marriage gap: The impact of economic and technological change on marriage rates
M Greenstone, A Looney
Brookings Institution, February 3, 2012
292012
Rising student debt burdens: Factors behind the phenomenon
M Greenstone, A Looney
The Hamilton Project. July 5, 2013
232013
A dozen economic facts about K-12 education
M Greenstone, M Harris, K Li, A Looney, J Patashnik
The Hamilton Project, 2012
232012
An economic strategy to renew American communities
M Greenstone, A Looney
Hamilton Project, Brookings Institution, 2010
212010
Same-Sex Married Tax Filers After Windsor and Obergefell
R Fisher, G Gee, A Looney
Demography 55 (4), 1423-1446, 2018
202018
Borrowers with large balances: rising student debt and falling repayment rates
A Looney, C Yannelis
The Brookings Institution: Washington, DC, 2018
182018
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