Elaina Rose
Elaina Rose
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Parenthood and the earnings of married men and women
S Lundberg, E Rose
Labour Economics 7 (6), 689-710, 2000
The effects of sons and daughters on men's labor supply and wages
S Lundberg, E Rose
Review of Economics and Statistics 84 (2), 251-268, 2002
Consumption smoothing and excess female mortality in rural India
E Rose
Review of Economics and statistics 81 (1), 41-49, 1999
Ex ante and ex post labor supply response to risk in a low-income area
E Rose
Journal of development economics 64 (2), 371-388, 2001
Child gender and father involvement in fragile families
S Lundberg, S McLanahan, E Rose
Demography 44 (1), 79-92, 2007
Child gender and the transition to marriage
S Lundberg, E Rose
Demography 40 (2), 333-349, 2003
Selection or indoctrination: Why do economics students donate less than the rest?
Y Bauman, E Rose
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 79 (3), 318-327, 2011
Gender bias, credit constraints and time allocation in rural India
E Rose
The Economic Journal 110 (465), 738-758, 2000
The determinants of specialization within marriage
S Lundberg, E Rose
School of Economics and Finance, University of Hong Kong, 1999
Gender and savings in rural India
A Deolalikar, E Rose
Journal of Population Economics 11 (4), 453-470, 1998
Investments in sons and daughters: Evidence from the consumer expenditure survey
S Lundberg, E Rose
Family Investments in Children's Potential, 163-180, 2004
Marriage and Assortative Mating: How Have the Patterns Changed?
E Rose
University of Washington, unpublished, 2001
Education and hypergamy in marriage markets
E Rose
Seattle, WA: University of Washington Department of Economics (March 2004), 2004
Education, hypergamy and the success gap
E Rose
URL: http://www. aeaweb. org/assa/2005/0109_1300_0701. pdf on 29 (05), 2014, 2005
More Daughters in Child Care? Child Gender and the Use of Nonrelative Child Care Arrangements*
B Hiedemann, JM Joesch, E Rose
Social Science Quarterly 85 (1), 154-168, 2004
Why are economics students more selfish than the rest?
Y Bauman, E Rose
IZA discussion paper, 2009
Does education really disadvantage women in the marriage market?
E Rose
University of Washington Institute for Economic Research Working Paper No …, 2003
Gender peer effects in a predominantly male environment: Evidence from west point
N Huntington-Klein, E Rose
AEA Papers and Proceedings 108, 392-95, 2018
Estimating the veteran effect with endogenous schooling when instruments are potentially weak
S Chaudhuri, E Rose
Available at SSRN 1395384, 2009
Siblings and soldiers: Family background and military service in the all-volunteer era
E Rose
mimeo, University of Washington, 2007
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