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Details about William A. Lord

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Working Papers

2013

  1. Revolution in U.S. Fertility, Schooling and Women's Work, 1875-1940: Assessing Proposed Explanations
    UMBC Economics Department Working Papers, UMBC Department of Economics Downloads

Journal Articles

2006

  1. Fertility and development: the roles of schooling and family production
    Journal of Economic Growth, 2006, 11, (3), 229-261 Downloads View citations (20)

1998

  1. Capital Accumulation and Taxation in a General Equilibrium Model with Risky Human Capital
    Journal of Macroeconomics, 1998, 20, (3), 509-531 Downloads View citations (10)

1995

  1. Uncertainty, Altruism, and Savings: Precautionary Savings Meets the Samaritan's Dilemma
    Public Finance = Finances publiques, 1995, 50, (3), 404-19 View citations (1)

1993

  1. Altruism, Deficit Policies, and the Wealth of Future Generations
    Economic Inquiry, 1993, 31, (4), 609-30 View citations (5)
  2. Uncertain Altruism and Investment in Children
    American Economic Review, 1993, 83, (4), 994-1002 Downloads View citations (17)

1992

  1. Saving, Wealth, and the Exchange-Bequest Motive
    Canadian Journal of Economics, 1992, 25, (3), 743-53 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Tax Reform with Altruistic Bequests
    Public Finance = Finances publiques, 1992, 47, (1), 61-81

1991

  1. Savings and Wealth in Models with Altruistic Bequests
    American Economic Review, 1991, 81, (1), 289-96 Downloads View citations (21)

1989

  1. The transition from payroll to consumption receipts with endogenous human capital
    Journal of Public Economics, 1989, 38, (1), 53-73 Downloads View citations (22)

Books

2001

  1. Household Dynamics: Economic Growth and Policy
    OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press View citations (3)

Chapters

2014

  1. Explaining the Revolution in U.S. Fertility, Schooling, and Women’s Work among Households Formed in 1875, 1900, and 1925
    A chapter in Factors Affecting Worker Well-being: The Impact of Change in the Labor Market, 2014, vol. 40, pp 1-78 Downloads
 
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