Shelly Lundberg
Shelly Lundberg
Leonard Broom Professor of Demography, Department of Economics, UC Santa Barbara
Verified email at econ.ucsb.edu
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Separate spheres bargaining and the marriage market
S Lundberg, RA Pollak
Journal of Political Economy, 988-1010, 1993
18281993
Do husbands and wives pool their resources? Evidence from the United Kingdom child benefit
SJ Lundberg, RA Pollak, TJ Wales
Journal of Human Resources, 463-480, 1997
15001997
Bargaining and distribution in marriage
S Lundberg, RA Pollak
Journal of economic perspectives 10 (4), 139-158, 1996
14631996
Private discrimination and social intervention in competitive labor market
SJ Lundberg, R Startz
The American Economic Review 73 (3), 340-347, 1983
6551983
The added worker effect
S Lundberg
Journal of Labor Economics, 11-37, 1985
6281985
Parenthood and the earnings of married men and women
S Lundberg, E Rose
Labour Economics 7 (6), 689-710, 2000
5992000
Noncooperative bargaining models of marriage
S Lundberg, RA Pollak
The American Economic Review 84 (2), 132-137, 1994
5581994
The effects of sons and daughters on men's labor supply and wages
S Lundberg, E Rose
Review of Economics and Statistics 84 (2), 251-268, 2002
4782002
Efficiency in marriage
S Lundberg, RA Pollak
Review of Economics of the Household 1 (3), 153-167, 2003
3672003
Wales. 1997.“Do husbands and wives pool their resources? Evidence from the United Kingdom child benefit.”
SJ Lundberg, RA Pollak, J Terence
Journal of Human resources 32 (3), 463-80, 0
342
Labor supply of husbands and wives: a simultaneous equations approach
S Lundberg
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 224-235, 1988
3261988
Hours restrictions and labor supply
W Dickens, SJ Lundberg
International Economic Review 34 (1), 169-192, 1993
314*1993
How does adolescent fertility affect the human capital and wages of young women?
D Klepinger, S Lundberg, R Plotnick
Journal of Human Resources, 421-448, 1999
292*1999
Adolescent Premarital Childbearing: Do Economic Incentives Matter?
S Lundberg, RD Plotnick
Journal of Labor Economics, 177-200, 1995
2791995
Sons, daughters, and parental behaviour
S Lundberg
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 21 (3), 340-356, 2005
2722005
Adolescent fertility and the educational attainment of young women
DH Klepinger, S Lundberg, RD Plotnick
Family planning perspectives, 23-28, 1995
2461995
The American family and family economics
S Lundberg, RA Pollak
Journal of Economic Perspectives 21 (2), 3-26, 2007
2372007
The retirement-consumption puzzle: A marital bargaining approach
S Lundberg, R Startz, S Stillman
Journal of Public Economics 87 (5-6), 1199-1218, 2003
2032003
Child gender and father involvement in fragile families
S Lundberg, S McLanahan, E Rose
Demography 44 (1), 79-92, 2007
1922007
Child gender and the transition to marriage
S Lundberg, E Rose
Demography 40 (2), 333-349, 2003
1812003
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