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2001
Hill, Martha S.,  Yeung, Wei-Jun J.,  Duncan, Greg J. Childhood Family Structure and Young Adult Behaviors. Journal of Population Economics. 14, (2), 271-299.
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1989
Matsushita, Keiichiro . Economic Analysis of Age at First Marriage. Journal of Population Economics. 2, 103-109.
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1998
Boggess, Scott . Family Structure, Economic Status, and Educational Attainment. Journal of Population Economics. 11, (2), 205-222.
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1989
Pozzebon, Sylvana,  Mitchell, Olivia S. Married women's retirement behavior. Journal of Population Economics. 2, (1), 39-53.
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1997
Wang, Weiren,  Famoye, Felix . Modeling Household Fertility Decisions with Generalized Poisson Regression. Journal of Population Economics. 10, 273-283.
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2011
Christensen, Finn . The pill and partnerships: The impact of the birth control pill on cohabitation. Journal of Population Economics. 25, (1), 29-52.
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1993
Duncan, Greg J.,  Gustafsson, Bjorn,  Hauser, Richard,  Schmaus, Gunther,  Messinger, Hans,  Muffels, Ruud,  Nolan, Brian,  Ray, Jean-Claude . Poverty Dynamics in Eight Countries. Journal of Population Economics. 6, (3), 215-234.
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1996
Lehrer, Evelyn L. Religion as a determinant of marital fertility. Journal of Population Economics. 9, (2), 173-196.
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1991
Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Duncan, Greg J. United States Public Policy and the Elderly: The Disproportionate Risk to the Well-Being of Women. Journal of Population Economics. 4, 153-167.
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