November 4, 2015

CSSRR Economics/Health/Sociology–November 4, 2015

National Longitudinal Survey Bibliography Updates:


Bronchetti, Erin Todd and Melissa P. McInerney. “What Determines Employer Accommodation of Injured Workers? The Influence of Workers’ Compensation Costs, State Policies, and Case Characteristics .” Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) Review, 68, 3 (May 2015): 558–583.

Chaparro, Juan. “Occupational Choice and Returns to Skills in the United States: Evidence from the NLSY79 and O*NET.” Presented: San Diego CA, Population Association of America Annual Meeting, April-May 2015. Also presented at the Midwest Economics Association annual meeting, March 2015..

Duncan, Greg J., Kenneth T. H. Lee, Ariel Kalil and Kathleen M. Ziol-Guest. “Parent Income-Based Gaps in Schooling, Earnings and Family Income: Cross-Cohort Trends in the NLSYs and the PSID.” Working Paper, University of California–Irvine, January 9, 2015.

Ganzach, Yoav and Asya Pazy. “Cognitive versus Non-Cognitive Individual Differences and the Dynamics of Career Success.” Applied Psychology 64,4 (October 2015): 701-726.

Kim, Yujin. “The Effect of Incarceration on Midlife Health: A Life-Course Approach.” Population Research and Policy Review 34,6 (December 2015): 827-849.

Norberg, Karen and Juan Pantano. “Cesarean Sections and Subsequent Fertility.” Journal of Population Economics 29,1 (January 2016): 5-37.

Rendon, Silvio Roberto and Núria Quella. “Interactions between Job Search and Housing Decisions: A Structural Estimation.” Working Paper No. 15-27, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, July 2015.

Su, Jessica Houston, Rachel Dunifon and Sharon Sassler. “Better for Baby? The Retreat From Mid-Pregnancy Marriage and Implications for Parenting and Child Well-being .” Demography, 52, 4 (August 2015): 1167-1194.

Zhou, Xilin. Essays on Women’s Employment and Children’s Well-Being. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Economics, Georgia State University, August 2015.

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