Publications 

Anderson, Katharine A., Skill Networks and Measures of Complex Human Capital, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 201706597 (link)

Anderson, K. A. (2016). A model of collaboration network formation with heterogeneous skills. Network Science, 4(02), 188-215. (link)

Anderson, Katharine A., Crespi, Matthew, and Sayre, Eleanor C. Linking Behavior in the PER Coauthorship Network. Physical Review PER 13(1) 010121, 2017: 1-10. (link)

Anderson, Katharine A. (2012). Specialists and generalists: Equilibrium skill acquisition decisions in problem-solving populations.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 84(1), 463-473(link)

Montgomery, Mark, and Katharine Anderson (2007). “Best laid plans: Gender and the MBA completion rates of GMAT registrants.” The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 47(1), 175-191. 

Anderson, Katharine, Barrow, Lisa, and Kristen F. Butcher (2005). “Implications of changes in men's and women's labor force participation for real compensation growth and inflation.” Topics in Economic Analysis & Policy, 5(1).

Anderson, Katharine, Eric French, and Tina Lam (2004). “You can't take it with you: Asset run-down at the end of the life cycle.” Economic Perspectives  28(3), 40.

 

Working Papers

Social Network Constraints on the Formation of Resource Management Groups

Skill Specialization and Economic Success: Networks and Human Capital in Short Term Labor Markets (with Rebecca Lessem)

Skill Specialization and the Formation of Collaboration Networks

 

Works in Progress

Specialization and diversity in teams, when teams are self-generated (with Seth Richards-Shubik)

The Structure and Evolution of Knowledge Networks in Economics

Career Transitions and Academic Hierarchy in Economics

Worker Heterogeneity and Income Inequality

Researcher Matching and Institutional Specialization

The Information Content of Network Measures (with Ross O’Connell)