Marta Tienda

Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs

Princeton University

NLS user since 1990

  • Tienda, Marta, V. Joseph Hotz, Avner Ahituv and Michelle Bellessa Frost. 2009. “Employment and Wage Prospects of Black, White, and Hispanic Women.” Pp129-160, in Charles J. Whalen (ed.), Human Resource Economics and Public Policy: Essays in Honor of Vernon M. Briggs, Jr. Kalamazoo, MI:W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.
  • Alon, Sigal and Marta Tienda. 2005. “Job Mobility and Early Career Wage Growth of Black, White and Hispanic Women.” Social Science Quarterly, 86: 1196-1217.
  • Ahituv, Avner and Marta Tienda. 2004. “Employment, Motherhood, and School Continuation Decisions of Young White, Black and Hispanic Women.” Journal of Labor Economics. 22(1): 115-158.
  • Hotz, V. Joseph and Marta Tienda. 2002. “Education and Employment in a Diverse Society: Generating Inequality through the School-to-Work Transition.” Pp. 185-220 in Nancy Denton and Stuart Tolnay (eds.), American Diversity: A Demographic Challenge for the Twenty-First Century. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
  • Hotz, V. Joseph, Linxin Xiu, Marta Tienda and Avner Ahituv. 2002. “Are There Returns to the Wages of Young Men from Working While in School?” Review of Economics and Statistics 84(4): 221-236.
  • Alon, Sigal, Debra Donahoe and Marta Tienda. 2001. “The Effects of Early Work Experience on Young Women's Labor Force Attachment.” Social Forces, 79(3): 1005-1034.