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Where Are All the Good Jobs Going?: What National and Local Job Quality and Dynamics Mean for U.s. Workers Paperback – January 1, 2011

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About the Author

Harry J. Holzer is professor of public policy at Georgetown University.

Julia I. Lane is a program director of the Science of Science & Innovation Policy program at the National Science Foundation.

David B. Rosenblum is an economist with the U.S. Census Bureau.

Fredrick Andersson is an economist in the Economics Department of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, U.S. Department of Treasury.

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Harry J. Holzer is a Professor of Public Policy at Georgetown University and an Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington DC. He is a former Chief Economist for the U.S. Department of Labor and a former Professor of Economics at Michigan State University. He received his A.B. from Harvard in 1978 and his Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard in 1983. He is a Senior Affiliate of the National Poverty Center at the University of Michigan and a Research Affiliate of the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is also a Nonresident Senior Fellow with the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program and a member of the editorial board at the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.

Holzer's research has focused primarily on the labor market problems of low-wage workers and other disadvantaged groups. His books include The Black Youth Employment Crisis (coedited with Richard Freeman, University of Chicago Press, 1986); What Employers Want: Job Prospects for Less-Educated Workers (Russell Sage Foundation, 1996); Moving Up or Moving On: Who Advances in the Low-Wage Labor Market (with Fredrik Andersson and Julia Lane), Russell Sage Foundation, 2005; Reconnecting Disadvantaged Young Men (with Peter Edelman and Paul Offner), Urban Institute Press, 2006; Reshaping the American Workforce in a Changing Economy (coedited with Demetra Nightingale), Urban Institute Press, 2007; and Where are All the Good Jobs Going? What National and Local Job Quality and Dynamics Mean for U.S. Workers (with Julia Lane, David Rosenblum and Fredrik Andersson, Russell Sage Foundation, 2010).

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