Journal of Population Economics Issue 4 of the volume 29 is now available online.
Issue 4/29 is the first issue hosted by POP at UNU-MERIT.
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- Parental investment responses to a low birth weight outcome: who compensates and who reinforces? by Brandon J. Restrepo , J Popul Econ (2016) 29(4): 969-989.
Furthermore, Issue 4 contains the following articles:
- Worker-firm matching and the parenthood pay gap: Evidence from linked employer-employee data, by
- How to stimulate single mothers on welfare to find a job: evidence from a policy experiment, by Marike Knoef, Jan C. van Ours, Pages 1025-1061
- Does the marriage market sex ratio affect parental sex selection? Evidence from the Chinese census, by Xing Li, M. W. Luke Chan, Byron G. Spencer, Wei Yang, Pages 1063-1082
- Unconditional government social cash transfer in Africa does not increase fertility, by Tia Palermo, Sudhanshu Handa, Amber Peterman, Leah Prencipe, David Seidenfeld on behalf of the Zambia CGP Evaluation Team, Pages 1083-1111
- Competition for the international pool of talent, by Alexander Haupt, Tim Krieger, Thomas Lange, Pages 1113-1154
- Parental choice, neighbourhood segregation or cream skimming? An analysis of school segregation after a generalized choice reform, by Anders Böhlmark, Helena Holmlund, Mikael Lindahl, Pages 1155-1190
- The health-schooling relationship: evidence from Swedish twins, by Petter Lundborg, Anton Nilsson, Dan-Olof Rooth, Pages 1191-1215
- The effects of a change in the point system on immigration: evidence from the 2001 Quebec reform, by Matthieu Chemin, Nagham Sayour, Pages 1217-1247
- Immigrant employment and earnings growth in Canada and the USA: evidence from longitudinal data, by Neeraj Kaushal, Yao Lu, Nicole Denier, Julia Shu-Huah Wang, Stephen J. Trejo, Pages 1249-1277
- Acknowledgements to editorial collaborators, Pages 1279-1281