Na'ama Shenhav
Na'ama Shenhav
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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
Selection into identification in fixed effects models, with application to Head Start
DL Miller, N Shenhav, M Grosz
Journal of Human Resources 58 (5), 1523-1566, 2023
Lowering standards to wed? Spouse quality, marriage, and labor market responses to the gender wage gap
N Shenhav
Review of Economics and Statistics 103 (2), 265-279, 2021
Women's suffrage and children's education
E Kose, E Kuka, N Shenhav
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 13 (3), 374-405, 2021
A Century of the American Woman Voter: sex gaps in political participation, preferences, and partisanship since women’s enfranchisement
EU Cascio, N Shenhav
Journal of Economic Perspectives 34 (2), 24-48, 2020
Long-run effects of incentivizing work after childbirth
E Kuka, N Shenhav
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
A reason to wait: The effect of legal status on teen pregnancy
E Kuka, N Shenhav, K Shih
AEA Papers and Proceedings 109, 213-217, 2019
Place Effects and Geographic Inequality in Health at Birth
E Chyn, N Shenhav
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
Short-run fade-out in Head Start and implications for long-run effectiveness
C Gibbs, J Ludwig, D Miller, N Shenhav
Center for Poverty Research Policy Brief 4 (8), 1-2, 2016
How Much Do Work Interruptions Reduce Mothers’ Wages?
N Shenhav
FRBSF Economic Letter 2023 (25), 1-6, 2023
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