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|2002 ||The impact on incentives of five years of social security reforms in the UK||Brewer, Mike / Clark, Tom
|2009 ||The responses of taxable income induced by tax cuts: Empirical evidence from the German taxpayer panel||Gottfried, Peter / Witczak, Daniela
|2009 ||Cheaper child care, more children||Mörk, Eva / Sjögren, Anna / Svaleryd, Helena
|2009 ||Flexible labor supply models||Bargain, Olivier
|2009 ||On mandatory activation of welfare recipients||Dahlberg, Matz / Johansson, Kajsa / Mörk, Eva
|2003 ||Option value and dynamic programming model estimates of social security disability insurance application timing||Burkhauser, Richard V. / Butler, J. S. / Gumus, Gulcin
|2003 ||Dynamic modeling of the SSDI application timing decision : the importance of policy variables||Burkhauser, Richard V. / Butler, J. S. / Gumus, Gulcin
|2011 ||Financial incentives, the timing of births, birth complications, and newborns' health: Evidence from the abolition of Austria's baby bonus||Brunner, Beatrice / Kuhn, Andreas
|2007 ||Tax structure and female labour market participation: Evidence from Ireland||Callan , Tim / van Soest, Arthur / Walsh, J. R.
|2009 ||Childcare Costs and the Demand for Children: Evidence from a Nationwide Reform||Mörk, Eva / Sjögren, Anna / Svaleryd, Helena