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Causal Effects of Economic Conditions on Family Formation: Evidence from the Fracking Boom
Melissa Kearney aims to determine the influence of economic prospects on family formation among less educated men
Located in Resources / / Seed Grant Program / Seed Grants Awarded
Melissa Kearney featured in Today on Possible Baby Boom after COVID-19
Experts believe the COVID-19 pandemic will not result in a rise in the American birthrate
Located in News
Kearney suggests targeting crucial to economic support packages
Senate proposal pushes potential $10,000 per month economic support, CNBC report says
Located in News
Promoting Economic Recovery After COVID-19
Melissa Kearney and colleagues offer bi-partisan plan for economic recovery
Located in Research / Selected Research
Kearney quoted in Washington Post article on economic inequality in large cities
Big cities no longer an economic driver of the middle class for the less educated and minority populations
Located in News
Kearney edits Future of Children volume
How Cultural Factors Shape Economic Outcomes
Located in News
File Troff document (with manpage macros)Do Lottery Payments Induce Savings Behavior? Evidence from the Lab
Melissa Kearney, University of Maryland, et al. // Keywords: prize linked savings, lotteries, risk preferences, Prelec weighting; 2013-013
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
Melissa Kearney featured in SPIN on teen pregnancy
Teen parenthood TV series could be partially credited for teen birth rate drop
Located in News
For Low-Wage Workers, Two Incomes Are Not Much Better Than One
Kearney and Turner argue that the current tax code puts an unfair burden on low-income families with two earners
Located in News
Cutting Funding for Food Stamps is "Economically and Morally Unsound"
Washington Post Op-Ed piece makes case for retaining food stamp support
Located in News