IRP Discussion Papers - 1991

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Migration out of New York and the labor force participation of Puerto Rican and Non-Hispanic Women
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Enchautegui, M.E.
DP 962-91. 1991. 56 pp.
The effects of routine income withholding of child support on AFDC participation and costs
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Klawitter, M. M. and Garfinkel, I.
DP 961-91. 1991. 36 pp.
Social insurance and public assistance: The influence of gender in welfare thought in the United States, 1890-1935
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Gordon, L.
DP 960-91. 1991. 61 pp.
Causes of intercity variation in homelessness
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Honig, M. and Filer, R. K.
DP 959-91. 1991. 18 pp.
Trends in college entry among whites, blacks, and Hispanics, 1972-1988
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Hauser, R. M.
DP 958-91. 1991. 66 pp.
Does a growing underclass threaten to undermine the progress of black Americans?
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Garfinkel, I., Hoem, J., McLanahan, S., and Meyer, D.
DP 957-91. 1991. 31 pp.
Who are the truly poor? Patterns of official and net earnings capacity poverty, 1973-1988
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Haveman, R. and Buron, L.
DP 956-91. 1991. 39 pp.
Effects of state funding strategies on instructional and curricular opportunities for the disadvantaged
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Wong, K. K. and Flinspach, S. L.
D P 955-91. 1991. 46 pp.
The effect of underclass social isolation on schooling choice
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Streufert, P. A
DP 954-91. 1991. 42 pp.
Who benefits from the minimum wage? The impact of race, gender, and marital status
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Leeds, M. A.
DP 953-91. 1991. 35 pp.
Adolescent econometricians: How do youth infer the returns to schooling?
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Manski, C. F.
DP 952-91. 1991. 22 pp.
Measuring adolescent educational transitions among African Americans, Hispanics, and whites
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Hauser, R. M.
DP 951-91. 1991. 44 pp.
Resistance, survival, and the black poor in Birmingham, Alabama, 1929-1970
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Kelley, R. D. G.
DP 950-91. 1991. 73 pp.
New evidence on the supply of child care: A statistical portrait of family providers and an analysis of their fees
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Walker, J. R.
DP 949-91. 1991. 38 pp.
Estimating the impact of the increased earnings capacity from a secondary education on the future welfare recipiency of female dropouts
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Maloney, T.
DP 948-91. 1991. 35 pp.
The effects of U.S. trade laws on poverty in America
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Deardorff, A. V. and Haveman, J. D.
DP 947-91. 1991. 40 pp.
The effects of alternative child support systems on blacks, Hispanics, and non-Hispanic whites
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Garfinkel, I., Meyer, D. R., and Sandefur, G. D.
DP 946-91. 1991. 22 pp.
Educational attainment, industrial structure, and male earnings, 1973-1987
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Acs, G. and Danziger, S.
DP 945-91. 1991. 50 pp.
Teen out-of-wedlock births and welfare receipt: The role of childhood events and economic circumstances
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An, C. B., Haveman, R., and Wolfe, B.
DP 944-91. 1991. 35 pp.
The effectiveness of information and incentives in influencing the schooling behavior of youth at risk: Why we know so little
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Manski, C. F.
DP 943-91. 1991. 29 pp.
Race, local labour markets, and migration in the United States, 1975-1983
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Sandefur, G. D., Tuma, N. B., and Kephart, G.
DP 942-91. 1991. 30 pp.
Family structure, gender, and parental socialization
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Thomson, E., McLanahan, S. S., and Braun Curtin, R.
DP 941-91. 1991. 29 pp.
The costs and effects of a national child support assurance system
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Meyer, D. R., Garfinkel, I., Robins, P. K., and Oellerich, D.
DP 940-91. 1991. 42 pp.
Child support and welfare dynamics: Evidence from Wisconsin
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Meyer, D. R.
DP 939-91. 1991. 45 pp.
Child support, routine income withholding, and postdivorce income for divorced mothers and their children
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Klawitter, M. M. and Garfinkel, I.
DP 938-91. 1991. 27 pp.
Estimating the returns to a secondary education for female dropouts
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Maloney, T.
DP 937-91. 1991. 42 pp.
Economic status as a determinant of mortality among nonwhite and white older males: Or, does poverty kill?
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Menchik, P. L.
DP 936-91. 1991. 25 pp.
Black and white visions of welfare: Women's welfare activism, 1890-1945
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Gordon, L.
DP 935-91. 1991. 55 pp.
Family structure, family size, and family income: Accounting for changes in the economic well-being of children, 1968-1986
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Gottschalk, P. and Danziger, S.
DP 934-91. 1991. 42 pp.
Public policy and the supply of child care services
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Walker, J. R.
DP 933-91. 1991. 35 pp.
A structural model of labor supply and child care demand
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Michalopoulos, C., Robins, P. K., and Garfinkel, I.
DP 932-91. 1991. 59 pp.