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Long-Run Effects of Incentivizing Work After Childbirth

Elira Kuka, Na'ama Shenhav

NBER Working Paper No. 27444
Issued in June 2020

---- Acknowledgments ----

We thank Jacob Bastian, Marianne Bitler, David Card, Liz Cascio, Janet Currie, Nathaniel Hendren, Hilary Hoynes, Henrik Kleven, Pat Kline, Erzo Luttmer, Maya Rossin-Slater, Jesse Rothstein, Emmanuel Saez, and Dmitry Taubinsky as well as seminar audiences at Brown, Dartmouth, George Washington University, Stanford, University of Ottawa, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, and the NBER Children's Meeting for helpful comments. We also thank Lynn Fisher, Thuy Ho, and Richard Chard at SSA for their help accessing the data and with the disclosure review process. This research was supported by the U.S. Social Security Administration through grant #5 DRC12000002-06 to the National Bureau of Economic Research as part of the SSA Disability Research Consortium. The findings and conclusions expressed are solely those of the author(s) and do not represent the views of SSA, any agency of the Federal Government, or the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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