David C. Ribar
David C. Ribar
Child & Family Policy Lab, Dept. of Economics, Georgia State University
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Child care and the labor supply of married women: Reduced form evidence
DC Ribar
Journal of human resources, 134-165, 1992
4961992
Altruistic and joy-of-giving motivations in charitable behavior
DC Ribar, MO Wilhelm
Journal of political Economy 110 (2), 425-457, 2002
4542002
A structural model of child care and the labor supply of married women
DC Ribar
Journal of Labor Economics 13 (3), 558-597, 1995
3691995
Teenage fertility and high school completion
DC Ribar
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 413-424, 1994
2681994
What do social scientists know about the benefits of marriage? A review of quantitative methodologies
D Ribar
IZA Discussion paper, 2004
1962004
Parental child care in single-parent, cohabiting, and married-couple families: Time-diary evidence from the United Kingdom
CM Kalenkoski, DC Ribar, LS Stratton
American Economic Review 95 (2), 194-198, 2005
1862005
Parental child care in single-parent, cohabiting, and married-couple families: Time-diary evidence from the United Kingdom
CM Kalenkoski, DC Ribar, LS Stratton
American Economic Review 95 (2), 194-198, 2005
1862005
Parental child care in single-parent, cohabiting, and married-couple families: Time-diary evidence from the United Kingdom
CM Kalenkoski, DC Ribar, LS Stratton
American Economic Review 95 (2), 194-198, 2005
1862005
The effects of economic conditions and access to reproductive health services on state abortion rates and birthrates
S Matthews, D Ribar, M Wilhelm
Family planning perspectives, 52-60, 1997
1791997
Alcohol consumption and young adults' socioeconomic status
DS Kenkel, DC Ribar, PJ Cook, S Peltzman
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. Microeconomics 1994, 119-175, 1994
1791994
Dynamics of poverty and food sufficiency
DC Ribar, KS Hamrick
1582003
Welfare and the rise in female-headed families
DT Lichter, DK McLaughlin, DC Ribar
American Journal of Sociology 103 (1), 112-143, 1997
1361997
The influence of wages on parents’ allocations of time to child care and market work in the United Kingdom
CM Kalenkoski, DC Ribar, LS Stratton
Journal of Population Economics 22 (2), 399-419, 2009
1212009
The decline of welfare benefits in the US: The role of wage inequality
R Moffitt, D Ribar, M Wilhelm
Journal of Public Economics 68 (3), 421-452, 1998
1201998
The effect of family structure on parents’ child care time in the United States and the United Kingdom
CM Kalenkoski, DC Ribar, LS Stratton
Review of Economics of the Household 5 (4), 353-384, 2007
1162007
The effect of family structure on parents’ child care time in the United States and the United Kingdom
CM Kalenkoski, DC Ribar, LS Stratton
Review of Economics of the Household 5 (4), 353-384, 2007
1162007
Economic restructuring and the retreat from marriage
DT Lichter, DK McLaughlin, DC Ribar
Social Science Research 31 (2), 230-256, 2002
1112002
The socioeconomic consequences of young women's childbearing: Reconciling disparate evidence
DC Ribar
Journal of Population Economics 12 (4), 547-565, 1999
1011999
The demand for welfare generosity
DC Ribar, MO Wilhelm
Review of Economics and Statistics 81 (1), 96-108, 1999
961999
Food stamps, temporary assistance for needy families and food hardships in three American cities
RA DePolt, RA Moffitt, DC Ribar
Pacific Economic Review 14 (4), 445-473, 2009
802009
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