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2005
Almond, Douglas,  Mazumder, Bhashkar . 1918 influenza pandemic and subsequent health outcomes: An analysis of SIPP data. American Economic Review. 95 , (2), 258-262.
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2001
Carney, Stacie,  Gale, William G. Asset accumulation among low-income households. Assets for the Poor: The Benefits of Spreading Asset Ownership. New York, NY: Russell Sage.
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2004
Neumark, David,  Kawaguchi, Daiji . Attrition bias in labor economics research using matched CPS files. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 29, (4), 445-472.
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2007
Hynes, Kathryn,  Dunifon, Rachel . Children in no-parent households: The continuity of arrangements and the composition of households. Children and Youth Services Review. 29, (7), 912-932.
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2003
Powers, Elizabeth T. Children's health and maternal work activity: Estimates under alternative disability definitions. Journal of Human Resources. 38, (3), 522-556.
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2003
Turner, John,  Muller, Leslie,  Verma, Satyendra K. Defining participation in defined contribution pension plans. Monthly Labor Review. 126, (8), 36-43.
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2008
Hollenbeck, Kevin,  Kimmel, Jean . Differences in the returns to education for males by disability status and age of disability onset. Southern Economic Journal. 74, (3), 707-724.
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2004
Johnson, John H. IV . Do long work hours contribute to divorce?. Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy. 4, (1), 1-23.
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2005
Gottschalk, Peter . Downward nominal-wage flexibility: Real or measurement error?. Review of Economics and Statistics. 87, (3), 556-568.
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2005
Ham, John C.,  Shore-Sheppard, Lara . The effect of Medicaid expansions for low-income children on Medicaid participation and private insurance coverage: Evidence from the SIPP. Journal of Public Economics. 89, (1), 57-83.
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2003
Neumark, David,  Powers, Elizabeth T. Effect of the SSI program on labor supply: Improved evidence from Social Security administrative files. Social Security Bulletin. 65, (3), 45-60.
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2002
Favreault, Melissa . Forecasting Incidence of Work Limitations, Disability Insurance Receipt, and Mortality Dyamic Simulation Models Using Social Security Administrative Records: A Research Note. CRR WP 2002-09, Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College.
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2007
Duggan, Mark G.,  Kearney, Melissa Schettini . The impact of child SSI enrollment on household outcomes. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 26, (4), 861-886.
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2005
Ozawa, Martha N.,  Yoon, Hong-Sik . 'Leavers' from TANF and AFDC: How do they fare economically?. Social Work. 50, (3), 239-249.
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2004
Peters, Elizabeth H.,  Argys, Laura M.,  Howard, Heather Wynder,  Butler, J.S. . Legislating love: The effect of child support and Welfare policies on father-child contact. Review of Economics of the Household. 2, (3), 255-274.
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2004
Card, David,  Hildreth, Andrew K. G.,  Shore-Sheppard, Lara D. The measurement of Medicaid coverage in the SIPP: Evidence from a comparison of matched records. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 22, (4), 410-420.
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2004
Moore, James H., Jr . Measuring defined benefit plan replacement rates with PenSync. Monthly Labor Review. 127, (11), 57-68.
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2006
Kimmel, Jean,  Powell, Lisa M. Nonstandard work and child care choices of married mothers. Eastern Economic Journal. 32, (3), 397-419.
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2006
Cobb-Clark, Deborah A.,  Hildebrand, Vincent A. The portfolio choices of hispanic couples. Social Science Quarterly. 87, (5), 1344-1363.
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2005
Ribar, David C. Transitions from Welfare and the employment prospects of low-skill workers. Southern Economic Journal. 71, (3), 514-533.
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2004
Fitzgerald, John M.,  Ribar, David C. Transitions in Welfare participation and female headship. Population Research and Policy Review. 23, (5), 641-670.
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2006
Boushey, Heather,  Wenger, Jeffrey B. Unemployment insurance eligibility before and after welfare reform. Journal of Poverty. 10, (3), 1-23.
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2004
Grogger, Jeffrey . Welfare transitions in the 1990s: The economy, Welfare policy, and the EITC. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 23, (4), 671-695.
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1999
(author unknown) . Working Poor Families with Children: A Statistical Portrait. Child Trends Research Brief. Washington, DC: Child Trends.
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