Research Professor, Survey Research Center, Professor of Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Dr. Brown is an empirically-oriented labor economist. His past research has focused on topics such as compensating differentials, effects of minimum wage laws and of EEO policies, the determinants of enlistment and re-enlistment in the military, the relationship between employer size and labor market outcomes, and measurement error in survey data. Current work focuses on effects of pensions and early-retirement “windows”, and labor supply of salaried workers.
- McGonagle,Katherine A.; Brown,Charles C. and Schoeni,Robert F. (2015). The Effects of Respondents’ Consent to be Recorded on Interview Length and Data Quality in a National Panel Study. Field Methods, 27(4), 373-390.
- Moffitt,Robert; Schoeni,Robert F.; Brown,Charles C.; Chase-Lansdale,P. L.; Couper,Mick P.; Diez Roux,Ana V.; Hurst,Erik and Seltzer,Judith A. (2015). Assessing the Need for a New Nationally Representative Household Panel Survey in the United States. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 40(1-4), 1-26.
- Brown,Charles C. (2012). the Mouse that Roared Turns Thirty Introduction to ?the Federal Attack on Labor Market Discrimination?. 35th Anniversary Retrospective, 35, 803-805. Emerald Group Publishing Limited:Bingley, UK.