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|2014 ||Earnings-related parental leave benefits and subjective well-being of young mothers: Evidence from a German parental leave reform||Maeder, Miriam
|2007 ||Patronage-preserving federalism? Legislative malapportionment and subnational fiscal policies in Argentina||Gordin, Jorge P.
|2012 ||Impact of industrialization on relative female survival: Evidence from trade policies||Chakraborty, Tanika
|2012 ||Sharpening the effectiveness of natural experiments as an analytical tool||Duleep, Harriet Orcutt
|2011 ||Building the minimum wage: Germany's first sectoral minimum wage and its impact on wages in the construction industry||Rattenhuber, Pia
|2011 ||Do changing institutional settings matter? Educational attainment and family related employment interruptions in Germany||Drasch, Katrin
|2012 ||Taxing childcare: Effects on family labor supply and children||Gathmann, Christina / Sass, Björn
|2013 ||Earnings-Dependent Parental Leave Benefit and Fertility: Evidence from Germany||Cygan-Rehm, Kamila
|2011 ||The effects of California's paid family leave program on mothers' leave-taking and subsequent labor market outcomes||Rossin-Slater, Maya / Ruhm, Christopher J. / Waldfogel, Jane
|2012 ||Family and labor market choices: Requirements to guide effective evidence-based policy||Kurowska, Anna / Myck, Michal / Wrohlich, Katharina