Barbara Wolfe
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The determinants of children's attainments: A review of methods and findings
R Haveman, B Wolfe
Journal of economic literature 33 (4), 1829-1878, 1995
Do schools make a difference?
AA Summers, BL Wolfe
The American Economic Review 67 (4), 639-652, 1977
Succeeding generations: On the effects of investments in children
R Haveman, B Wolfe
Russell Sage Foundation, 1994
Kids having kids: Economic costs & social consequences of teen pregnancy
SD Hoffman, RA Maynard
The Urban Insitute, 2008
Association of child poverty, brain development, and academic achievement
NL Hair, JL Hanson, BL Wolfe, SD Pollak
JAMA pediatrics 169 (9), 822-829, 2015
Schooling and economic well-being: The role of nonmarket effects
RH Haveman, BL Wolfe
Journal of human Resources, 377-407, 1984
Child care quality: Does it matter and does it need to be improved?
D Vandell, B Wolfe
University of Wisconsin--Madison, Institute for Research on Poverty, 2000
Childhood events and circumstances influencing high school completion
R Haveman, B Wolfe, J Spaulding
Demography 28, 133-157, 1991
How does mother's schooling affect family health, nutrition, medical care usage, and household sanitation?
JR Behrman, BL Wolfe
Journal of econometrics 36 (1-2), 185-204, 1987
Family poverty affects the rate of human infant brain growth
JL Hanson, N Hair, DG Shen, F Shi, JH Gilmore, BL Wolfe, SD Pollak
PloS one 8 (12), e80954, 2013
Effect of the Affordable Care Act on racial and ethnic disparities in health insurance coverage
TC Buchmueller, ZM Levinson, HG Levy, BL Wolfe
American journal of public health 106 (8), 1416-1421, 2016
Association between income and the hippocampus
JL Hanson, A Chandra, BL Wolfe, SD Pollak
PloS one 6 (5), e18712, 2011
Education and labor market consequences of teenage childbearing: evidence using the timing of pregnancy outcomes and community fixed effects
JM Fletcher, BL Wolfe
Journal of Human Resources 44 (2), 303-325, 2009
Neighborhood attributes as determinants of children's outcomes: how robust are the relationships?
D Ginther, R Haveman, B Wolfe
Journal of Human Resources, 603-642, 2000
More evidence on nutrition demand: Income seems overrated and women's schooling underemphasized
JR Behrman, BL Wolfe
Journal of development economics 14 (1), 105-128, 1984
Social and nonmarket benefits from education in an advanced economy
BL Wolfe, RH Haveman
Conference series-federal reserve bank of Boston 47, 97-131, 2002
Teen out-of-wedlock births and welfare receipt: The role of childhood events and economic circumstances
CB An, R Haveman, B Wolfe
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 195-208, 1993
Determinants of child mortality, health, and nutrition in a developing country
BL Wolfe, JR Behrman
Journal of Development economics 11 (2), 163-193, 1982
Nonmarket outcomes of schooling
BL Wolfe, S Zuvekas
Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1995
Accounting for the social and non-market benefits of education
BL Wolfe, RH Haveman
Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2001
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