Sanders Korenman

Marxe School of Public and International Affairs
Baruch College
City University of New York
One Bernard Baruch Way
Box D-901
New York, NY 10010
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NBER Affiliation: Research Associate
Institutional Affiliation: Baruch College, CUNY

NBER Working Papers and Publications

June 2019Accounting for the Impact of Medicaid on Child Poverty
with Dahlia K. Remler, Rosemary T. Hyson: w25973
February 2016Including Health Insurance in Poverty Measurement: The Impact of Massachusetts Health Reform on Poverty
with Dahlia K. Remler: w21990

Published: Sanders Korenman & Dahlia K. Remler, 2016. "Including health insurance in poverty measurement: The impact of massachusetts health reform on poverty," Journal of Health Economics, .

March 2013Rethinking Elderly Poverty: Time for a Health Inclusive Poverty Measure?
with Dahlia Remler: w18900
July 2010The Child and Adult Care Food Program: Who is Served and What are Their Nutritional Outcomes?
with Rachel A. Gordon, Robert Kaestner, Kristin Abner: w16148

Published: Gordon, Rachel A., Robert Kaestner, Sanders Korenman, and Kristin Abner. 2011. "The Child and Adult Care Food Program: Who is Served and Why?" Social Service Review 85 (3): 359 - 400. Frank R. Breul Memorial Prize for the best publication in Social Services Review 2012

August 2004What Did the "Illegitimacy Bonus" Reward?
with Ted Joyce, Robert Kaestner, Jennifer Walper: w10699

Published: Korenman Sanders & Joyce Ted & Kaestner Robert & Walper Jennifer, 2006. "What Did the "Illegitimacy Bonus" Reward?," The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, De Gruyter, vol. 6(1), pages 1-36, April. citation courtesy of

January 2004Family Cap Provisions and Changes in Births and Abortions
with Ted Joyce, Robert Kaestner, Stanley Henshaw: w10214

Published: Joyce, T., Kaestner, R., Korenman, S., and S. Henshaw. “ Family Cap Provisions and Changes in Births and Abortions.” Population Research and Policy Review 23 (2004): 475-511.

December 2002Welfare Reform and Non-Marital Fertility in the 1990s: Evidence from Birth Records
with Theodore Joyce, Robert Kaestner: w9406

Published: Ted Joyce & Robert Kaestner & Sanders Korenman, 2003. "Welfare Reform and Non-Marital Fertility in the 1990s: Evidence from Birth Records," Advances in Economic Analysis & Policy, Berkeley Electronic Press, vol. 3(1), pages 1108-1108.

January 2000Cohort Crowding and Youth Labor Markets (A Cross-National Analysis)
with David Neumark
in Youth Employment and Joblessness in Advanced Countries, David G. Blanchflower and Richard B. Freeman, editors
May 1997Cohort Crowding and Youth Labor Markets: A Cross-National Analysis
with David Neumark: w6031
August 1995A Reanalysis of The Bell Curve
with Christopher Winship: w5230

Published: Arrow, Kenneth, Samuel Bowles, and Steven Durlauf (eds.) Meritocracy and economic inequality. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000.

July 1995Refining Estimates of Marital Status Differences in Mortality at Older Ages
with Noreen Goldman, Haishan Fu: t0182

forthcoming in June 1997 as "Misclassification bras in estimates of bereavement effects" in American Journal of Epidemiology

November 1993The Economic Reality of the Beauty Myth
with Susan Averett: w4521

Published: Journal of Human Resources, Spring 1996 citation courtesy of

March 1992Sources of Bias in Women's Wage Equations: Results Using Sibling Data
with David Neumark: w4019

Published: Journal of Human Resources, Spring 1994, Volume 39 (2): 379-405. citation courtesy of

May 1991The Socioeconomic Consequences of Teen Childbearing Reconsidered
with Arline T. Geronimus: w3701

Published: Quarterly Journal of Economics, November 1992, pp. 1187-1214

October 1990Marriage, Motherhood, and Wages
with David Neumark: w3473

Published: Journal of Human Resources, 27(2):233-255, 1992 citation courtesy of

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