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1997
Boisjoly, Johanne,  Harris, Kathleen M.,  Duncan, Greg J. Initial Welfare Spells: Trends, Events and Duration. Population Association of America Annual Meetings. .
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1985
Hill, Martha S.,  Augustyniak, Sue,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Gurin, Gerald,  Gurin, Patricia,  Liker, Jeffrey,  Morgan, James N.,  Ponza, Michael . Intragenerational Analysis. Motivation and Economic Mobility. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.
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1976
Duncan, Greg J.,  Morgan, James N. Introduction and Overview. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan.
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1985
Duncan, Greg J.,  Hill, Daniel H. An Investigation of the Extent and Consequences of Measurement Error in Labor Economic Survey Data. Journal of Labor Economics. 3, (4), 508-522.
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1995
Boisjoly, Johanne,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Smeeding, Timothy . Involuntary Job Losses from 1979 to 1992: Did Women do Better than Men?. Working Paper.
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1987
Duncan, Greg J.,  Kalton, Graham . Issues of Design and Analysis of Surveys Across Time. International Statistical Review. 55, 97-l17.
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1994
Boisjoly, Johanne,  Duncan, Greg J. Job losses among Hispanics in the recent recession. Monthly Labor Review. 117, (6), 16-23.
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1977
Duncan, Greg J. Labor Market Discrimination and Nonpecuniary Work Rewards. The Distribution of Economic Well-Being. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.
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1994
Duncan, Greg J.,  Yeung, Wei-Jun J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Les familles monoparentales aux etats-unis. Dynamique, niveau de vie et consequences sur le developpement de l'enfant. Population. 49, (6), 1419-1436.
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1988
Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Duncan, Greg J. Life Events, Public Policy, and the Economic Vulnerability of Children and the Elderly. The Vulnerable. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press.
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1986
Hill, Martha S.,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Living Arrangements: Trends and Their Influence on Family Economic Well-Being, 1968-1982. Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. .
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1990
Duncan, Greg J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Lone-Parent Families and Their Economic Problems: Transitory or Persistent?. Lone-Parent Families: The Economic Challenge. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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1994
Duncan, Greg J.,  Yeung, Wei-Jun J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Lone-Parent Families in the US: Dynamics, Economic Status and Developmental Consequences. University of Michigan, Working Paper.
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1983
Corcoran, Mary,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Ponza, Michael . A Longitudinal Analysis of White Women's Wages. Journal of Human Resources. 18, (4), 497-520.
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1988
Duncan, Greg J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Longitudinal Aspects of Childhood Poverty. Journal of Marriage and Family. 50, (4), 1007-1021.
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1982
Duncan, Greg J.,  Morgan, James N. Longitudinal Lessons from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Review of Public Data Use. 10, 179-184.
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1998
Dunifon, Rachel,  Duncan, Greg J. Long-run effects on motivation on labor-market success. Social Psychology Quarterly. 61, (1), 33-48.
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2013
Ludwig, Jens,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Gennetian, Lisa A.,  Katz, Lawrence F.,  Kessler, Ronald C.,  Kling, Jeffrey R.,  Sanbonmatsu, Lisa . Long-term neighborhood effects on low-income families: Evidence from Moving to Opportunity. American Economic Review. 103, (3), 226-231.
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1992
Adams, Terry K.,  Duncan, Greg J. Long-Term Poverty in Rural Areas. Rural Poverty in America. New York: Auburn House.
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1998
Daly, Mary C.,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Kaplan, George A.,  Lynch, John W. Macro-to-Micro Links in the Relation between Income Inequality and Mortality. Milbank Quarterly. 76, (3), 315-339.
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1988
Bound, John,  Brown, Charles,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Measurement Error in Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Labor Market Surveys: Results from Two Validation Studies. Conference Draft. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan.
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1989
Bound, John,  Brown, Charles,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Rodgers, Willard L. Measurement Error In Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Labor Market Surveys: Results From Two Validation Studies. NBER Working Paper Series. 2884, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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1990
Bound, John,  Brown, Charles,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Measurement Error in Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Labor Market Surveys: Validation Study Evidence. Panel Data and Labor Studies. B.V., North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.
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1975
Duncan, Greg J.,  Hill, C. Russell . Modal Choice in Child Care Arrangements. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan.
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1980
Corcoran, Mary,  Datcher, Linda,  Duncan, Greg J. Most Workers Find Jobs Through Word of Mouth. Monthly Labor Review. 103, (8), 33-35.
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