David Newhouse
Research Fellow

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Newhouse David Newhouse joined the World Bank's Social Protection unit as a Labor Economist in November 2008. He has led the unit's work on tracking the labor market impacts of the financial crisis, and has also contributed to the design of impact evaluations for youth employment programs. He first joined the World Bank in August 2007, based in Jakarta, and co-led the Indonesian Jobs Report. Prior to that, he worked for three years as a consultant in the Poverty and Social Impact Analysis unit of the IMF, and two years in the consumer protection division of the Federal Trade Commission. David holds a PhD from Cornell University, and has published several articles on diverse topics related to education, health, and labor economics.

He joined IZA as a Research Fellow in January 2011.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
9723  T. H. Gindling
Nadwa Mossaad
David Newhouse
Earnings Premiums and Penalties for Self-Employment and Informal Employees around the World
8197  David Newhouse
Claudia Wolff
Cohort Size and Youth Employment Outcomes
6926  Francisco Javier Arias-Vazquez
Jean Nahrae Lee
David Newhouse
The Role of Sectoral Growth Patterns in Labor Market Development
5956  Gaurav Khanna
David Newhouse
Pierella Paci
Fewer Jobs or Smaller Paychecks? Aggregate Crisis Impacts in Selected Middle-Income Countries
5681  Yoon Y. Cho
David Newhouse
How Did the Great Recession Affect Different Types of Workers? Evidence from 17 Middle-Income Countries
(published in: World Development, 2013, Vol (41), 31-50)