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1984 Migration Selectivity and the Effects of Government ProgramsRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Wolpin, Kenneth I.
1984 Heterogeneity, Intrafamily Distribution and Child HealthRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Wolpin, Kenneth I.
1984 Externalities, Heterogeneity and the Optimal Distribution of Public Programs: Child Health Family Planning InterventionsRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Wolpin, Kenneth I.
1985 Schooling, Information and Non-Market Productivity: Contraceptive Use and Its EffectivenessRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Schultz, T. Paul
1986 Who Receives Medical Care? Income, Implicit Prices and the Distribution of Medical Services among Pregnant Women in the United StatesRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Schultz, T. Paul
1986 The Stability of Household Production Technology: A ReplicationRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Schultz, T. Paul
2006 Do population control policies induce more human capital investment? Twins, birthweight, and China's 'one child' policyRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Zhang, Junsen
2006 Do population control policies induce more human capital investment? : Twins, birthweight, and China's one child policyRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Zhang, Junsen
2008 From illegal to legal: estimating previous illegal experience among new legal immigrants to the United StatesJasso, Guillermina; Massey, Douglas S.; Rosenzweig, Mark Richard; Smith, James P.
2008 Selection criteria and the skill composition of immigrants: a comparative analysis of Australian and US employment immigrationJasso, Guillermina; Rosenzweig, Mark Richard
2008 The efficacy of parochial politics: caste, commitment, and competence in Indian local governmentsMunshi, Kaivan; Rosenzweig, Mark Richard
2008 Altruism, favoritism, and guilt in the allocation of family resources: Sophie's choice in Mao's mass send down movementLi, Hongbin; Rosenzweig, Mark Richard; Zhang, Junsen
2016 External validity in a stochastic worldRosenzweig, Mark Richard; Udry, Christopher
2017 Are there too many farms in the world? Labor-market transaction costs, machine capacities and optimal farm sizeFoster, Andrew D.; Rosenzweig, Mark Richard