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Explaining the Revolution in U.S. Fertility, Schooling, and Women’s Work among Households Formed in 1875, 1900, and 1925

Factors Affecting Worker Well-being: The Impact of Change in the Labor Market

ISBN: 978-1-78441-150-3, eISBN: 978-1-78441-149-7

ISSN: 0147-9121

Publication date: 10 November 2014

Abstract

One contribution is the gathering of information and strategies necessary to establish an initial baseline, and the time paths for parameters and targets for this period beset with data limitations. A second contribution is identifying the contributions of various mechanisms toward reaching those calibration targets.

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Acknowledgments

We are grateful to Marie Steele for wonderful – and cheerful – research assistance. We also thank Peter Rangazas, Marianne Wanamaker, and seminar participants at the Western Economic Association meetings, Meetings of the Cliometric Society, and the Public Policy Seminar at UMBC for useful comments.

Citation

Cinyabuguma, M., Lord, W. and Viauroux, C. (2014), "Explaining the Revolution in U.S. Fertility, Schooling, and Women’s Work among Households Formed in 1875, 1900, and 1925", Factors Affecting Worker Well-being: The Impact of Change in the Labor Market (Research in Labor Economics, Vol. 40), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 1-78. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0147-912120140000040001

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