NBER Publications by Raquel Fernández

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June 2014Free to Leave? A Welfare Analysis of Divorce Regimes
with Joyce Cheng Wong: w20251
January 2014Divorce Risk, Wages, and Working Wives: A Quantitative Life-Cycle Analysis of Female Labor Force Participation
with Joyce C. Wong: w19869
October 2011The Disappearing Gender Gap: The Impact of Divorce, Wages, and Preferences on Education Choices and Women's Work
with Joyce Cheng Wong: w17508
August 2010Does Culture Matter?
September 2009Women's Rights and Development
September 2007Culture as Learning: The Evolution of Female Labor Force Participation over a Century
February 2007Women, Work, and Culture
August 2005Fertility: The Role of Culture and Family Experience
with Alessandra Fogli: w11569
Diversity and Redistribution
with Gilat Levy: w11570
April 2005Culture: An Empirical Investigation of Beliefs, Work, and Fertility
with Alessandra Fogli: w11268
June 2004Preference Formation and the Rise of Women's Labor Force Participation: Evidence from WWII
with Alessandra Fogli, Claudia Olivetti: w10589
January 2003School Vouchers as a Redistributive Device. An Analysis of Three Alternative Systems
with Richard Rogerson
in The Economics of School Choice, Caroline M. Hoxby, editor
September 2002Marrying Your Mom: Preference Transmission and Women's Labor and Education Choices
with Alessandra Fogli, Claudia Olivetti: w9234
November 2001Love and Money: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Household Sorting and Inequality
with Nezih Guner, John Knowles: w8580
July 2001Education, Segregation and Marital Sorting: Theory and an Application to UK Data
January 2001Sorting, Education and Inequality
January 2000Sorting and Long-Run Inequality
with Richard Rogerson: w7508
May 1999Equity and Resources: An Analysis of Education Finance Systems
with Richard Rogerson: w7111
June 1998Education and Borrowing Constraints: Tests vs. Prices
April 1997The Determinants of Public Education Expenditures: Evidence from the States, 1950-1990
with Richard Rogerson: w5995
March 1997Returns to Regionalism: An Evaluation of Non-Traditional Gains from RTAs
February 1997To Each According To...? Markets, Tournaments, and the Matching Problem with Borrowing Constraints
with Jordi Gali: w5930
November 1995Education Finance Reform and Investment in Human Capital: Lessons from California
with Richard Rogerson: w5369
May 1995Sovereign Debt
with Jonathan Eaton: w5131
October 1994Income Distribution and Public Education: A Dynamic Quantitative Evaluation of School Finance Reform
with Richard Rogerson: w4883
September 1993Zoning and the Political Economy of Local Redistribution
with Richard Rogerson: w4456
April 1993Keeping People Out: Income Distribution, Zoning and the Quality of Public Education
with Richard Rogerson: w4333
September 1992Income Distribution, Communities and the Quality of Public Education: A Policy Analysis
with Richard Rogerson: w4158
February 1992Human Capital Accumulation and Income Distribution
with Richard Rogerson: w3994
March 1991Debt Concentration and Secondary Markets Prices: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
with Sule Ozler: w3654
February 1990Why is Trade Reform so Unpopular? On Status Quo Bias in Policy Reforms
with Dani Rodrik: w3269
September 1989Striking for a Bargain Between Two Completely Informed Agents
with Jacob Glazer: w3108
May 1989The Scope for Collusive Behavior Among Debtor Countries
with Jacob Glazer: w2980
Sovereign-Debt Renegotiations Revisted
with Robert W. Rosenthal: w2981
September 1988Bank Size, Reputation, and Debt Renegotiation
with David Kaaret: w2704
Tariffs in an Economy with Incomplete Markets and Unemployment
May 1988Sovereign-debt Renegotiations: A Strategic Analysis
with Robert W. Rosenthal: w2597

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