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|2012 ||For some mothers more than others: How children matter for labour market outcomes when both fertility and female employment are low||Karbownik, Krzysztof / Myck, Michal
|2013 ||Time investment by parents in cognitive and non-cognitive childcare activities||Sepahvand, Mohammad / Shahbazian, Roujman / Swain, Ranjula Bali
|2010 ||Empirically probing the quantity-quality model||Fitzsimons, Emla / Malde, Bansi
|2005 ||Testing economic hypotheses with state-level data: A comment on Donohue and Levitt (2001)||Foote, Christopher L. / Goetz, Christopher F.
|2007 ||Do reduced child care prices make parents work more?||Lundin, Daniela / Mörk, Eva / Öckert, Björn
|2010 ||Does providing childcare to unemployed affect unemployment duration?||Vikman, Ulrika
|2009 ||The causal effect of teen motherhood on worklessness||Walker, Ian / Zhu, Yu
|2000 ||Who Takes Care of the Children? The quantity-quality model revisited||Lundholm, Michael / Ohlsson, Henry
|2013 ||The Effects of Intrauterine Malnutrition on Birth and Fertility Outcomes: Evidence from the 1974 Bangladesh Famine||Hernández-Julián, Rey / Mansour, Hani / Peters, Christina
|2013 ||Economic Uncertainty, Parental Selection, and the Criminal Activity of the 'Children of the Wall'||Chevalier, Arnaud / Marie, Olivier