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Melissa Kearney
Melissa Kearney
Professor of Economics, University of Maryland
Verified email at econ.umd.edu
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Trends in US wage inequality: Revising the revisionists
DH Autor, LF Katz, MS Kearney
The Review of economics and statistics 90 (2), 300-323, 2008
36882008
The polarization of the US labor market
DH Autor, LF Katz, MS Kearney
American economic review 96 (2), 189-194, 2006
29812006
Parental education and parental time with children
J Guryan, E Hurst, M Kearney
Journal of Economic perspectives 22 (3), 23-46, 2008
15052008
Media Influences on Social Outcomes: The Impact of MTV’s 16 and Pregnant on Teen Childbearing
MS Kearney, PB Levine
American Economic Review 105 (12), 3597-3632, 2015
5342015
Why is the teen birth rate in the United States so high and why does it matter?
MS Kearney, PB Levine
Journal of Economic Perspectives 26 (2), 141-166, 2012
5292012
Rising wage inequality: The role of composition and prices
D Autor, LF Katz, MS Kearney
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2005
3572005
House prices and birth rates: The impact of the real estate market on the decision to have a baby
LJ Dettling, MS Kearney
Journal of Public Economics 110, 82-100, 2014
3222014
Income inequality, social mobility, and the decision to drop out of high school
MS Kearney, PB Levine
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
2962014
State lotteries and consumer behavior
MS Kearney
Journal of Public Economics 89 (11-12), 2269-2299, 2005
2722005
Subsidized contraception, fertility, and sexual behavior
MS Kearney, PB Levine
The review of economics and statistics 91 (1), 137-151, 2009
2472009
Explaining the decline in the US employment-to-population ratio: A review of the evidence
KG Abraham, MS Kearney
Journal of Economic Literature 58 (3), 585-643, 2020
2462020
Male earnings, marriageable men, and nonmarital fertility: Evidence from the fracking boom
MS Kearney, R Wilson
Review of Economics and Statistics 100 (4), 678-690, 2018
2122018
Is there an effect of incremental welfare benefits on fertility behavior?: A look at the family cap
MS Kearney
Journal of Human Resources 39 (2), 295-325, 2004
2112004
Ten economic facts about crime and incarceration in the United States
MS Kearney, BH Harris, E Jácome, L Parker
Hamilton Project, Brookings, 2014
1702014
Product recalls, imperfect information, and spillover effects: Lessons from the consumer response to the 2007 toy recalls
S Freedman, M Kearney, M Lederman
Review of Economics and Statistics 94 (2), 499-516, 2012
1562012
Increasing community college completion rates among low‐income students: Evidence from a randomized controlled trial evaluation of a case‐management intervention
WN Evans, MS Kearney, B Perry, JX Sullivan
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 39 (4), 930-965, 2020
1522020
Income inequality and early nonmarital childbearing
MS Kearney, PB Levine
Journal of Human Resources 49 (1), 1-31, 2014
1512014
Gambling at lucky stores: Empirical evidence from state lottery sales
J Guryan, MS Kearney
American Economic Review 98 (1), 458-473, 2008
1512008
The economic winners and losers of legalized gambling
MS Kearney
National Tax Journal 58 (2), 281-302, 2005
1302005
Major decisions: What graduates earn over their lifetimes
B Hershbein, M Kearney
Washington: Hamilton Project, 2014
1292014
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