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2015
Niemesh, Gregory T. Ironing out deficiencies: Evidence from the United States on the economic effects of iron deficiency. Journal of Human Resources. 50, 910-958.
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2014
Busch, Susan H.,  Golberstein, Ezra,  Meara, Ellen . The FDA and ABCs: Unintended consequences of antidepressant warnings on human capital. Journal of Human Resources. 49, (3), 540-571.
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2014
Balsa, A.I.,  French, M.T.,  Regan, T.L. . Relative deprivation and risky behaviors. Journal of Human Resources. 49, (2), 446-471.
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2012
Currie, Janet,  Tekin, Erdal . Understanding the cycle: Childhood maltreatment and future crime. Journal of Human Resources. 47, (2), 509-549.
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2011
Rees, Daniel I.,  Sabia, Joseph J. The effect of migraine headache on educational attainment. Journal of Human Resources. 46, (2), 317-332.
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2009
Fletcher, J.M.,  Wolfe, B.L. . Education and labor market consequences of teenage childbearing: Evidence using the timing of pregnancy outcomes and community fixed effects. Journal of Human Resources. 44, (2), 303-325.
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2006
Aizer, Anna,  McLanahan, Sara . The impact of child support enforcement on fertility, parental investments, and child well-being. Journal of Human Resources. 41, (1), 28-45.
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2006
Hurst, Erik,  Ziliak, James P. Do welfare asset limits affect household saving?: Evidence from welfare reform. Journal of Human Resources. 41, (1), 46-71.
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2006
Mroz, Thomas A.,  Savage, Timothy H. The long-term effects of youth unemployment. Journal of Human Resources. 41, (2), 259-293.
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2006
Dougherty, Christopher . The marriage earnings premium as a distributed fixed effect. Journal of Human Resources. 41, (2), 433-443.
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2006
Newhouse, David,  Beegle, Kathleen . The effect of school type on academic achievement: Evidence from Indonesia. Journal of Human Resources. 41, (3), 529-557.
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2005
Altonji, Joseph G.,  Doraszelski, Ulrich . The role of permanent income and demographics in black/white differences in wealth. Journal of Human Resources. 40, (1), 1-30.
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2005
Swann, Christopher A. Welfare reform when recipients are forward-looking. Journal of Human Resources. 40, (1), 31-56.
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2005
Mayer, Susan E.,  Lopoo, Leonard M. Has the intergenerational transmission of economic status changed?. Journal of Human Resources. 40, (1), 169-185.
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2005
Frazis, Harley,  Loewenstein, Mark A. Reexamining the returns to training: functional form, magnitude, and interpretation. Journal of Human Resources. 40, (2), 453-476.
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2005
Hotz, V. Joseph,  McElroy, Susan Williams,  Sanders, Seth G. Teenage childbearing and its life cycle consequences: Exploiting a natural experiment. Journal of Human Resources. 40, (3), 683-715.
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2005
Dougherty, Christopher . Why are the returns to schooling higher for women than for men?. Journal of Human Resources. 40, (4), 969-988.
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2005
Dostie, Benoit,  Liger, Pierre Thomas . The living arrangement dynamics of sick, elderly individuals. Journal of Human Resources. 40, (4), 989-1014.
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2004
Heather Antecol,  Bedard, Kelly . The Racial Wage Gap: The Importance of Labor Force Attachment Differences across Black, Mexican, and White Men. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (2), 564-583.
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2004
Aughinbaugh, Alison Aileen . The impact of attrition on the children of the NLSY79. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (2), 536-563.
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2004
Cawley, John . The impact of obesity on wages. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (2), 451-474.
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2004
Ruhm, Christopher J. Parental employment and child cognitive development. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (1), 155-192.
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2004
Evenhouse, E.,  Reilly, S. A Sibling Study of Stepchild Well-Being. Journal of Human Resources. 30, (1), 248-276.
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2004
Light, Audrey,  Strayer, Wayne . Who receives the college wage premium? Assessing the labor market reutrns to degrees and college transfer patterns. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (3), 746-773.
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2004
Krashinsky, Harry A. Do marital status and computer usage really change the wage structure?. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (3), 774-791.
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2004
Centeno, Mario . The match quality gains from unemployment insurance. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (3), 839-863.
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2004
Hotchkiss, Julie L. A closer look at the employment impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (4), 887-911.
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2004
Page, Marianne E.,  Stevens, Ann, Huff . The economic consequences of absent parents. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (1), 80-107.
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2004
Gittleman, Maury,  Wolff, Edward, N. Racial differences in patterns of wealth accumulation. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (1), 193-227.
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2004
Waldkirch, Andreas,  Ng, Serena,  Cox, Donald . Intergenerational linkages in consumption behavior. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (2), 355 -381.
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2004
Taylor, B.,  Dearing, E.,  McCartney, K. Incomes and outcomes in early childhood. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (4), 980-1007.
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2004
Castronova, Edward . Social norms and sexual activity in U.S. high schools. Journal of Human Resources. 39, (4), 912-937.
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2003
Banks, James,  Blundell, Richard,  Smith, James, P. Understanding differences in household financial wealth between the United States and Great Britain. Journal of Human Resources. 38, (2), 241-279.
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2003
Klevmarken, N. Anders,  Lupton, Joseph, P.,  Stafford, Frank P. Wealth dynamics in the 1980s and 1990s: Sweden and the United States. Journal of Human Resources. 38, (2), 322-353.
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2003
Aughinbaugh, Alison,  Gittleman, Maury . Does money matter? A comparison of the effect of income on child development in the United State. Journal of Human Resources. 38, (2), 416-440.
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2003
Charles, Kerwin, Kofi . The longitundinal structure of earnings losses among work-limited disabled workers. Journal of Human Resources. 38, (3), 618-646.
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2003
Moffitt, R. The role of nonfinancial factors in exit and entry in the TANF Program. Journal of Human Resources. 38, 1221-1254.
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2002
Bratsberg, Bernt,  Ragan, James F., Jr. . The impact of host-country schooling on earnings: A study of male immigrants in the United States. Journal of Human Resources. 37, (1), 63-105.
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2002
Hersch, Joni.,  Stratton, Leslie S. Housework and wages. Journal of Human Resources. 37, (1), 217-229.
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2002
Neumark, David,  Wascher, William . State-level estimates of minimum wage effects: New evidence and interpretations from disequilibrium methods. Journal of Human Resources. 37, (1), 35-62.
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2002
Gilleskie, Donna, B.,  Lutz, Byron, F. The impact of employer-provided health insurance on dynamic employment transitions. Journal of Human Resources. 37, (1), 129-162.
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2002
Checkovich, Tennille J.,  Stern, Steven . Shared caregiving responsibilities of adult siblings with elderly parents. Journal of Human Resources. 37, (3), 441-478.
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2001
Argys, Laura M.,  Peters, H. Elizabeth,  Waldman, Donald M. Can the Family Support Act put some of the life back into deadbeat dads? An analysis of child-support guidelines, award rates, and levels. Journal of Human Resources. 36, (2), 226-252.
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2001
Davey, Adam,  Shanahan, Michael J.,  Schafer, Joseph L. Correcting for Selective Nonresponse in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Using Multiple Imputation. Journal of Human Resources. 36, (3), 500-519.
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2001
Freeman, Richard B.,  Waldfogel, Jane . Dunning Delinquent Dads: The Effects of Child Support Enforcement Policy on Child Support Receipt by Never Married Women. Journal of Human Resources. 36, (2), 207-225.
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2001
Hamermesh, Daniel S. The changing distribution of job satisfaction. Journal of Human Resources. 36, (1), 1-30.
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2001
Iceland, John,  Short, Kathleen,  Garner, Thesia I.,  Johnson, David . Are Children Worse Off? Evaluating Well-Being Using a New (and Improved) Measure of Poverty. Journal of Human Resources. 36, (2), 398-412.
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2001
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