This dissertation investigates behavioral responses to adverse economic events. Informal networks such as family play an important role in mitigating economic hardship, especially when public safety networks are limited.additional sample restriction:10 We have 2, 970 children of women aged 35-55. 11 Additionally, I impose ... We have a greater fraction of those with schooling higher than 13 years in mothers (47% in 1994, 55% in 2004) than in fathersanbsp;...
|Title||:||Three Essays in Labor and Family Economics|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|