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00-20: Longer Term Effects of Head Start
E. Garces, Duncan Thomas and Janet Currie
00-19: Forest Fires, Air Pollution and Mortality in Southeast Asia
N. Sastry
00-15: Earnings Instability and Earnings Inequality of Males in the United States: 1967-1991
Steven Haider
00-13: Persistent, Consistent, and Widespread?: Another Look at Recent Trends in Old-Age Disability
Robert Schoeni, V.A. Freedman and R.B. Wallace
00-12: Does Variance Matter? The Effect of Rising Male Inequality on Female Age at First Marriage
D.S. Loughran
00-11: Labor Market Transitions of Men and Women During an Economic Crisis: Evidence from Indonesia
Duncan Thomas, Kathleen Beegle and E. Frankenberg
00-10: Family Bargaining and Welfare
L. Rubalcava and Duncan Thomas
00-09: The Logic of Letting Go: Family and Individual Migration from Rural Bangladesh
R.S. Kuhn
00-08: Living Arrangements and Support Relationships among Elderly Indonesians: Case Study from Java and Sumatra
V.A. Beard and Y. Kunharibowo
00-07: Wages, Employment and Economic Shocks: Evidence from Indonesia
James Smith, Duncan Thomas, E. Frankenberg and K. Beegle
00-06: Support Networks within the Family As a Public Good Problem
Robert Schoeni
00-05: Does Unemployment Insurance Displace Family Assistance?
Robert Schoeni
00-04: Women's Health and Pregnancy Outcomes: Does Access to Services Make a Difference?
E. Frankenberg and Duncan Thomas
00-03: Lost But Not Forgotten Attribution and Follow-up in the Indonesian Family Life Survey
Duncan Thomas, E. Frankenberg and James Smith
00-02: What Has Welfare Reform Accomplished? Impacts on Welfare Participation, Employment, Income, Poverty, and Family Structure
Robert Schoeni and Rebecca Blank
00-01: Nonrandom Selection in the HRS Social Security Earnings Sample
Steven Haider and Gary Solon
99-13: The Quality of Retrospective Reports in the Malaysian Family Life Survey
M. Beckett, J. DaVanzo, N. Sastry, Constantijn Panis and C. Peterson
99-12: Marriage, Assets, and Savings
Joseph Lupton and James Smith
99-10: Conseptualizing Poverty: a Look Inside the Indonesian Household
V.A. Beard
99-09: Insurance Coverage for Prescription Drugs: Effects on Use and Expenditures in the Medicare Population
Lee Lillard, J. Rogowski and R. Kington
99-08: Grandparent Care and Welfare: Assessing the Impact of Public Policy on Split and Three Generation Families
A.G. Cox and A.R. Pebley
99-07: Measuring Change in Indonesia
Kathleen Beegle, E. Frankenberg and Duncan Thomas
99-06: Health, Family Planning and Well-Being in Indonesia during an Economic Crisis: Early Results from the Indonesian Family Life Survey
E. Frankenberg, Kathleen Beegle, Bondan Sikoki and Duncan Thomas
99-04: The Real Costs of Indonesia's Economic Crisis: Preliminary Findings from the Indonesia Family Life Surveys
E. Frankenberg, Duncan Thomas and Kathleen Beegle
99-03: Mortality Risk and Consumption by Couples
Michael Hurd
99-02: Anchoring and Acquiescence Bias in Measuring Assets in Households Surveys
Michael Hurd
98-02: Geographic Variation of Social Services in Los Angeles County on the Eve of Welfare Reform
Steven Haider, R. Reville and A.R. Pebley
97-07: Reassessing the Decline in Parent-Child Old-Age Coresidence During the 20th Century
Robert Schoeni
97-06: Migration in Retrospect: Remembrances of Things Past
James Smith and Duncan Thomas
97-05: An Empirical Investigation of the Role of ARDC Benefits in Location Choice
C-R Gresenz
97-04: Inheritances and Bequests
James Smith
97-03: Economic and Cultural Influences on the Decision to Leave Home in Peninsular Malaysia
Richard Johnson and J DaVanzo
97-02: Assortative Mating and Family Links in Permanent Earnings
Lee Lillard and M-R Kilburn
97-01: Health Care Prices, Health and Labor Outcomes: Experimental Evidence
William Dow, P Gertly, Robert Schoeni, John Strauss and Duncan Thomas
96-17: Does Head Start Help Hispanic Children?
Janet Currie and Duncan Thomas
96-15: Fertility, Education and Resources in South Africa
Duncan Thomas
96-14: Wage Losses of Displaced Workers in the 1990s
Robert Schoeni and M Dardia
96-13: Do Children of Immigrants Make Differential Use of Public Health Insurance?
Janet Currie
96-12: Does Aid to Families with Dependent Children Displace Familial Assistance?
Robert Schoeni
96-11: Beliefs About Children's Illness Among Rural Guatemalan Women
A Pebley, E Hurtado and N Goldman
96-10: Welfare Reform and Abortion: Research Perspectives
J-A Klerman
96-09: The Economics of Fertility in Developed Countries: A Survey
V. Joseph Hotz, J-A Kerman and Robert Willis
96-08: A Chronicle of Abortion Legality, Medicaid Funding, and Parental Involvement Laws, 1967-1994
J-F Merz, J-A Klerman and C-A Jackson
96-07: Long-Term Determinants of Sepplemental Health Insurance Coverage in the Medicare Population
Lee Lillard, J. Rogowski and R. Kington
96-05: Socioeconomic Differentials in the Returns to Social Security
Constantijn Panis and Lee Lillard
96-03: Dta on Reasons for no or Short Breastfeeding: Are They Reliable and Do They Help Us Understand Infant Feeding Behaviour?
B.K. Defo and J. DaVanzo
96-02: Parental Investments in Schooling: The Roles of Gender and Resources in Urban Brazil
Duncan Thomas, Robert Schoeni and John Strauss
96-01: Nutritional Status in Indonesia: Evidence from the 1993 Indonesian Family Life Survey
E. Frankenberg, W. Surisatini and Duncan Thomas
95-24: Labor Supply Effects of State Maternity Leave Legislation
J. Klerman and A. Leibowitz
95-23: Health, Nutrition and Economic development
John Strauss and Duncan Thomas
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