Monday, March 17
Tom Vogl: Differential Fertility, Human Capital, & Development
Duryea, Suzanne, David Lam, and Deborah Levison. 2007. "Effects of Economic Shocks on Children's Employment and Schooling in Brazil." Journal of Development Economics, 84(1): 188-214. PMCID: PMC2094529. DOI. Abstract.
Levison, Deborah, Jasper Hoek, David Lam, and Suzanne Duryea. 2007. "Intermittent child employment and its implications for estimates of child labour." International Labour Review, 146(3-4): 217-251. PMCID: PMC2546602. DOI. Abstract.
Connelly, Rachel E., Deborah DeGraff, Deborah Levison, and B.P. McCall. 2006. "Tackling the endogeneity of fertility in the study of women's employment in developing countries: Alternative estimation strategies using data from urban Brazil." Feminist Economics, 12(4): 561-597. DOI. Abstract.
Levison, Deborah, Joseph A. Ritter, Rasamund Stock, and Richard B. Anker. 2002. "Distribution of income and job opportunities: Normative judgements from four continents." International Labour Review, 141(4): 385-412. Abstract.
Connelly, Rachel E., Deborah DeGraff, and Deborah Levison. 2001. "Women's Employment Status and Hours Employed in Urban Brazil: Does Husbands' Presence Matter?" Labour, 15(1): 133-167.
Hoek, Jasper, Suzanne Duryea, David Lam, and Deborah Levison. 2009. "Dynamics of Child Labor: Labor-Force Entry and Exit in Urban Brazil." In Child labor and education in Latin America: an economic perspective edited by Peter F. Orazem, Guilherme Sedlacek, and Zafiris Tzannatos. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Duryea, Suzanne, David Lam, Jasper Hoek, and Deborah Levison. 2005. "Dynamics of Child Labor: Labor Force Entry and Exit in Urban Brazil." In Eradicating Child Labor in Latin America in the 90s: The Promise of Demand Side Interventions edited by G. Sedlacek and P. Orazem. Washington, DC: World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank. Abstract.