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NBER Publications by Rebecca M. Blank

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Books

Social Protection versus Economic Flexibility: Is There a Trade-Off?
Conference held December 14-15, 1992
Published in January 1994 by University of Chicago Press
© 1994 by the National Bureau of Economic Research
in NBER Book Series Comparative Labor Markets

Working Papers and Chapters

May 2008The Impact of Earnings Disregards on the Behavior of Low Income Families
with Jordan D. Matsudaira: w14038
December 2007Do State Laws Affect the Age of Marriage? A Cautionary Tale About Avoidance Behavior
with Kerwin Kofi Charles, James M. Sallee: w13667
August 2006Exploring Gender Differences in Employment and Wage Trends Among Less-Skilled Workers
with Heidi Shierholz: w12494
June 2002Evaluating Welfare Reform in the United States
w8983
February 2002Can Equity and Efficiency Complement Each Other?
w8820
August 2001The Clinton Legacy for America's Poor
with David T. Ellwood: w8437
March 2000What has Welfare Reform Accomplished? Impacts on Welfare Participation, Employment, Income, Poverty, and Family Structure
with Robert F. Schoeni: w7627
April 1999When Can Public Policy Makers Rely on Private Markets? The Effective Provision of Social Services
w7099
March 1999Financial Incentives for Increasing Work and Income Among Low-Income Families
with David Card, Philip K. Robins: w6998
December 1997What Causes Public Assistance Caseloads to Grow?
w6343
November 1994The Dynamics of Part-Time Work
w4911
September 1994State Abortion Rates: The Impact of Policies, Providers, Politics, Demographics, and Economic Environment
with Christine C. George, Rebecca A. London: w4853
January 1994Front matter, table of contents, preface
in Social Protection versus Economic Flexibility: Is There a Trade-Off?, Rebecca M. Blank
Introduction to "Social Protection versus Economic Flexibility: Is There a Trade-Off?"
in Social Protection versus Economic Flexibility: Is There a Trade-Off?, Rebecca M. Blank
Evaluating the Connection between Social Protection and Economic Flexibility
with Richard B. Freeman
in Social Protection versus Economic Flexibility: Is There a Trade-Off?, Rebecca M. Blank
Public Sector Growth and Labor Market Flexibility: The United States versus the United Kingdom
in Social Protection versus Economic Flexibility: Is There a Trade-Off?, Rebecca M. Blank
List of Contributors, Indexes
in Social Protection versus Economic Flexibility: Is There a Trade-Off?, Rebecca M. Blank
August 1993When Do Women Use AFDC & Food Stamps? The Dynamics of Eligibility vs. Participation
with Patricia Ruggles: w4429
April 1993Evaluating the Connection Between Social Protection and Economic Flexib ility
with Richard B. Freeman: w4338
Public Sector Growth and Labor Market Flexibility: The United States vs. The United Kingdom
w4339
January 1993Responding to Need: A Comparison of Social Safety Nets in Canada and the United States
with Maria J. Hanratty
in Small Differences That Matter: Labor Markets and Income Maintenance in Canada and the United States, David Card and Richard B. Freeman
October 1991Why Were Poverty Rates So High in the 1980s?
w3878
October 1990Down and Out in North America: Recent Trends in Poverty Rates in the U.S. and Canada
with Maria J. Hanratty: w3462
March 1989Recent Trends in Insured and Uninsured Unemployment: Is There an Explanation?
with David Card: w2871
Recent Trends in Housing Conditions Among the Urban Poor
with Harvey S. Rosen: w2886
October 1987Why are Wages Cyclical in the 1970's?
w2396
Disaggregating the Effect of the Business Cycle on the Distribution of Income
w2397
September 1986How Important is Welfare Dependence?
w2026
February 1985Macroeconomics, Income Distribution, and Poverty
with Alan S. Blinder: w1567

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