Seth Sanders
Seth Sanders
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Demographics of the gay and lesbian population in the United States: Evidence from available systematic data sources
D Black, G Gates, S Sanders, L Taylor
Demography 37 (2), 139-154, 2000
9842000
Teenage childbearing and its life cycle consequences exploiting a natural experiment
VJ Hotz, SW McElroy, SG Sanders
Journal of Human Resources 40 (3), 683-715, 2005
5872005
Monitoring, motivation, and management: The determinants of opportunistic behavior in a field experiment
DS Nagin, JB Rebitzer, S Sanders, LJ Taylor
American Economic Review 92 (4), 850-873, 2002
4542002
The economic impact of the coal boom and bust
D Black, T McKinnish, S Sanders
The Economic Journal 115 (503), 449-476, 2005
4442005
The economic impact of the coal boom and bust
D Black, T McKinnish, S Sanders
The Economic Journal 115 (503), 449-476, 2005
4442005
A simulation estimator for dynamic models of discrete choice
VJ Hotz, RA Miller, S Sanders, J Smith
The Review of Economic Studies 61 (2), 265-289, 1994
3991994
The impact of economic conditions on participation in disability programs: Evidence from the coal boom and bust
D Black, K Daniel, S Sanders
American Economic Review 92 (1), 27-50, 2002
3982002
The earnings effects of sexual orientation
DA Black, HR Makar, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
ILR Review 56 (3), 449-469, 2003
3652003
The earnings effects of sexual orientation
DA Black, HR Makar, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
ILR Review 56 (3), 449-469, 2003
3652003
The economics of lesbian and gay families
DA Black, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
Journal of economic perspectives 21 (2), 53-70, 2007
3292007
Why do gay men live in San Francisco?
D Black, G Gates, S Sanders, L Taylor
Journal of Urban Economics 51 (1), 54-76, 2002
3212002
Bounding causal effects using data from a contaminated natural experiment: Analysing the effects of teenage childbearing
VJ Hotz, CH Mullin, SG Sanders
The Review of Economic Studies 64 (4), 575-603, 1997
3041997
Why do low-income households not use food stamps? Evidence from an experiment
BO Daponte, S Sanders, L Taylor
Journal of Human resources, 612-628, 1999
2941999
The impacts of teenage childbearing on the mothers and the consequences of those impacts for government
VJ Hotz, SWI McElroy, SG Sanders
Kids having kids, 55-94, 2018
2382018
The decision to work by married immigrant women
HO Duleep, S Sanders
ILR Review 46 (4), 677-690, 1993
2251993
Gender wage disparities among the highly educated
DA Black, AM Haviland, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
Journal of human resources 43 (3), 630-659, 2008
2122008
Gender wage disparities among the highly educated
DA Black, AM Haviland, SG Sanders, LJ Taylor
Journal of human resources 43 (3), 630-659, 2008
2122008
Tight labor markets and the demand for education: Evidence from the coal boom and bust
DA Black, TG McKinnish, SG Sanders
ILR Review 59 (1), 3-16, 2005
1972005
Why do minority men earn less? A study of wage differentials among the highly educated
D Black, A Haviland, S Sanders, L Taylor
The Review of Economics and Statistics 88 (2), 300-313, 2006
1582006
Measurement of higher education in the census and current population survey
D Black, S Sanders, L Taylor
Journal of the American Statistical Association 98 (463), 545-554, 2003
1352003
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