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The long-run effects of disruptive peers
SE Carrell, M Hoekstra, E Kuka
American Economic Review 108 (11), 3377-3415, 2018
2322018
Do Human Capital Decisions Respond to the Returns to Education? Evidence from DACA
E Kuka, N Shenhav, K Shih
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (1), 293-324, 2020
97*2020
Do in-work tax credits serve as a safety net?
M Bitler, H Hoynes, E Kuka
Journal of Human Resources 52 (2), 319-350, 2017
922017
Child poverty, the great recession, and the social safety net in the United States
M Bitler, H Hoynes, E Kuka
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 36 (2), 358-389, 2017
86*2017
Quantifying the benefits of social insurance: Unemployment insurance and health
E Kuka
Review of Economics and Statistics 102 (3), 490-505, 2020
572020
Reexamining the Consumption Smoothing Benefits of Unemployment Insurance
CN East, E Kuka
Journal of Public Economics, 2015
472015
Women's suffrage and children's education
E Kose, E Kuka, N Shenhav
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 13 (3), 374-405, 2021
23*2021
EITC and the Self-employed: Real or Reporting Effects?
E Kuka
Public Finance Review 42 (6), 691-719, 2014
142014
A reason to wait: The effect of legal status on teen pregnancy
E Kuka, N Shenhav, K Shih
AEA Papers and Proceedings 109, 213-17, 2019
92019
Long-run effects of incentivizing work after childbirth
E Kuka, N Shenhav
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
52020
Racial Inequality in Unemployment Insurance Receipt and Take-Up
E Kuka, BA Stuart
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
32021
The EITC does not automatically stabilize income for all in a recession
M Bitler, H Hoynes, E Kuka
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 71, 127, 2014
32014
Children's Health Insurance Coverage and Health Expenses After Job Loss: Are Families Landing in or Falling Through the Safety Net?
C East, E Kuka, J Schaller, M Zerpa
PAA 2018 Annual Meeting, 2018
2018
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