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Details about Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia

Homepage:https://www.bls.gov/dpr/authors/pabilonia.htm
Workplace:Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor, Government of the United States, (more information at EDIRC)
Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2022

  1. Who Is Doing the Chores and Childcare in Dual-Earner Couples during the COVID-19 Era of Working from Home?
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads
    Also in GLO Discussion Paper Series, Global Labor Organization (GLO) (2022) Downloads

2021

  1. Dispersion in Dispersion: Measuring Establishment-Level Differences In Productivity
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads
    Also in Working Papers, U.S. Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies (2018) Downloads View citations (9)
  2. Impacts of COVID-19 on the Self-employed
    GLO Discussion Paper Series, Global Labor Organization (GLO) Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in Small Business Economics (2022)
  3. Parental Disability and Teenagers' Time Allocation
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads
  4. Productivity Dispersion, Entry, and Growth in U.S. Manufacturing Industries
    Working Papers, U.S. Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies Downloads
  5. Telework and Time Use
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads
    Also in GLO Discussion Paper Series, Global Labor Organization (GLO) (2021) Downloads
  6. Telework, Wages, and Time Use in the United States
    GLO Discussion Paper Series, Global Labor Organization (GLO) Downloads View citations (5)

2020

  1. Initial Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Employment and Hours of Self-Employed Coupled and Single Workers by Gender and Parental Status
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (12)
  2. Telework and Time Use in the United States
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (9)
    Also in GLO Discussion Paper Series, Global Labor Organization (GLO) (2020) Downloads View citations (3)

2017

  1. Snooze or Lose: High School Start Times and Academic Achievement
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in Economics of Education Review (2019)

2015

  1. Children's Media Use and Homework Time
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (3)

2014

  1. Does High School Homework Increase Academic Achievement?
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (5)
    See also Journal Article in Education Economics (2017)
  2. The Effects of the Great Recession on Teenagers' Risky Health Behaviors and Time Use
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (1)

2012

  1. What Effects Do Macroeconomic Conditions Have on Families' Time Together?
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (14)

2009

  1. Time to Work or Time to Play: The Effect of Student Employment on Homework, Sleep, and Screen Time
    IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA) Downloads View citations (2)
    See also Journal Article in Labour Economics (2012)

2000

  1. The Role of the Family in Determining Youth Employment
    JCPR Working Papers, Northwestern University/University of Chicago Joint Center for Poverty Research View citations (1)

Journal Articles

2022

  1. Impacts of COVID-19 on the self-employed
    Small Business Economics, 2022, 58, (2), 741-768 Downloads
    See also Working Paper (2021)

2019

  1. Snooze or lose: High school start times and academic achievement
    Economics of Education Review, 2019, 72, (C), 204-218 Downloads View citations (4)
    See also Working Paper (2017)

2017

  1. Does high school homework increase academic achievement?
    Education Economics, 2017, 25, (1), 45-59 Downloads View citations (4)
    See also Working Paper (2014)
  2. Teenagers’ risky health behaviors and time use during the great recession
    Review of Economics of the Household, 2017, 15, (3), 945-964 Downloads View citations (12)

2015

  1. What effects do macroeconomic conditions have on the time couples with children spend together?
    Review of Economics of the Household, 2015, 13, (4), 791-814 Downloads View citations (19)

2013

  1. Single Mothers’ Time Preference, Smoking, and Enriching Childcare: Evidence from Time Diaries
    Eastern Economic Journal, 2013, 39, (3), 424-424 Downloads View citations (1)
    Also in Eastern Economic Journal, 2013, 39, (2), 227-255 (2013) Downloads View citations (5)

2012

  1. Time to work or time to play: The effect of student employment on homework, sleep, and screen time
    Labour Economics, 2012, 19, (2), 211-221 Downloads View citations (37)
    See also Working Paper (2009)

2010

  1. Parental transfers, student achievement, and the labor supply of college students
    Journal of Population Economics, 2010, 23, (2), 469-496 Downloads View citations (36)

2009

  1. Does Working While in High School Reduce U.S. Study Time?
    Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement, 2009, 93, (1), 117-121 Downloads View citations (21)

2007

  1. The Effect of Child Gender on Parents' Labor Supply: An Examination of Natives, Immigrants, and their Children
    American Economic Review, 2007, 97, (2), 402-406 Downloads View citations (24)
  2. Which workers gain upon adopting a computer?
    Canadian Journal of Economics, 2007, 40, (2), 423-444 View citations (5)
    Also in Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique, 2007, 40, (2), 423-444 (2007) Downloads View citations (4)

2005

  1. Returning to the Returns to Computer Use
    American Economic Review, 2005, 95, (2), 314-317 Downloads View citations (13)

2001

  1. Evidence on Youth Employment, Earnings, and Parental Transfers in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997
    Journal of Human Resources, 2001, 36, (4), 795-822 Downloads View citations (16)
 
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