Selected Grants and Contracts

Academic

  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation “Roadmapping Conference”, $200,000
  • Schmidt Philanthropies “Rich context for powerful search of data on human subjects” $250,000
  • Laura and John Arnold Foundation, 2016 “Data Analytics Lab”, $1,244,000
  • US Census Bureau, 2016, “Building a Prototype Data Center”, $2,427,000
  • Alfred P Sloan Foundation, 2015 “Developing the CUSP Data Use Facility”, $300,000
  • Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, 2015 “Innovation Measurement Initiative”, $98,641
  • Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, 2015 “Kauffman City Data Network” $168,118
  • US Census Bureau, 2015 Intergovernmental Personnel Act, 2015-2016
  • Collaborative Research: STEM Training, Employment in Industry, and Entrepreneurship, National Science Foundation, with Bruce Weinberg, Ron Jarmin, Josh Hawley and Jason Owen Smith, $2,369,713
  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2014 Intergovernmental Personnel Act, $166,7511. U.S. Census Bureau, 2014 Intergovernmental Personnel Act, $166,751
  • Institute for Research on Innovation and Science (IRIS), Alfred P. Sloan and Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundations, 2014, $2.5 million with Jason Owen Smith (lead), Bruce Weinberg, James Evans and Ron Jarmin
  • Scaling Insight into Science: Assessing the value and effectiveness of machine assisted classification within a statistical system, NSF, 2014, $600,000 with James Evans and Jordan Boyd-Graber
  • Assessing the Outputs of Government-Funded University Research: The Case of Food Safety and Security, USDA,2013, $500,000, with Kaye Husbands Fealing
  • STEM Workforce Training: A Quasi-Experimental Approach Using the Effects of Research Funding, 2013, National Science Foundation, $1,500,000 (with Bruce Weinberg, Chris Morphew, Lee Giles and Vetle Torvik)
  • Building a Social Science Research Community around a new R&D Data Infrastructure, 2013, National Science Foundation, $500,000 (with Jason Owen Smith and Maggie Levenstein)
  • Measuring Research Inputs and Outputs, 2013 – 2014, (with Erling Barth), Norwegian Research Council, 700,000 NK
  • Scientific collaboration and productivity at the project level, 2013 2014, (with Jacques Mairesse, Lee Fleming, Paula Stephan) Sloan Foundation, $795,000
  • Australian Science, Technology and Research Assessment (ASTRA) (with Paul Jensen) University of Melbourne/DIISTRE 2012-2013 $233,000
  • Globalization and Economic Insecurity, January 2008-December 2009,  Sloan Foundation, $365,000
  • Job Quality and Volatility, Worker Inequality, and Insecurity: Regional Effects, January 2008-December 2009  MacArthur Foundation, $252,000; Ford Foundation $150,000
  • Outreach for the NORC Data Enclave, Kauffman Foundation, $53,000
  • Developing the Remote Access NORC Data Enclave, September 2006- September 2009
  • National Institute for Standards and Technology (Advanced Technology Program), $950,000;
  • USDA $161,000;
  • Kauffman Foundation $250,000
  • A study on requirements and options for accelerating the transition from traditional research to virtual research organisations through e-infrastructures, European Commission, (with Franz Barjak, Simon Robinson and Rob Procter) November 2006-November 2007  €200,000
  • Firms, Workers and Workforce Quality:Implications for Earnings Inequality and Economic Growth, January 1 2003 – Dec 31, 2004, Sloan Foundation (with John Abowd and John Haltiwanger), $1.4 million.
  • Confidentiality Research, May 1 2003 – December 31, 2003 National Science Foundation (with John Abowd and George Duncan), $45,000.
  • Workers and Firms in the Low-wage Labor Market: Interactions and Long Run Dynamics, Russell Sage Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, and Department of Health and Human Services (ASPE) to the Urban Institute $700,000, September 1, 2001 August 31, 2003. (with John Abowd, John Haltiwanger, and Harry Holzer)
  • The Demand for Older Workers: Using Linked Employer-Employee Data for Aging Research, National Institute on Aging, R01-AG18854-01, July 1, 2002 – November 30, 2004, $1,753,637 (with John Haltiwanger, Andrew Hildreth, and John Abowd).
  • The Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics Project, U.S. Bureau of the Census, Interagency Personnel Act (IPA), renewed September 31 2001, $260,000.
  • From Workshop Floor to Workforce Clusters: A New View of the Firm, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 99-12-12 to the Urban Institute, March 1, 2000 . March 31, 2002, $314,604. (with John Abowd and John Haltiwanger)
  • Dynamic Employer-Household Data and the Social Data Infrastructure, National Science Foundation, SES-9978093 to Cornell University, September 28, 1999 . September 27, 2003, $4,084,634. (with John Abowd and John Haltiwanger)
  • The Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics Project, National Institute on Aging, interagency funding to the United States Census Bureau, September, 1999 . August, 2001, $490,000. (with John Abowd and John Haltiwanger)

Non Academic

  • Strategic Impact Evaluation Fund, World Bank (with Marjorie Chinen)
  • Research R&D platform, Army Research Lab2012-2013 $250,000
  • US Patent and Trademark Office, Patent Portfolio Visualization tools 2012-2013 $150,000
  • Health Investments Observatory (HELIOS), Observatoire des Science et des Techniques, 2013
  • National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth, Bureau of Labor Statistics, $65 million
  • Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation, Department of Defense, $400,000

Other Grants

Rockefeller/Sage Foundation, 1997/9; World Bank Research Grant, 1996/7; 1998/9 Bureau of Labor Statistics 1997; Bureau of the Census 1997, 1999-2001; National Science Foundation 1997, 2003; European Union 1997; Sloan Foundation, 1997, 1999-2002, 2007; National Institute on Aging, 2001-2004; Health and Human Services (ASPE) 2000-2001, 2002, 2003, 2006; (ACF) 2006; Department of Labor (ETA) 2001, 2002, 2003 (VETS) 2006. New Zealand Department of Labor, 2001, 2002; Spencer Foundation, 2006