Rachel Connelly
Rachel Connelly
Bion R. Cram Professor of Economics, Bowdoin College
Потвърден имейл адрес: bowdoin.edu
The effect of child care costs on married women's labor force participation
R Connelly
The review of Economics and Statistics, 83-90, 1992
Determinants of school enrollment and completion of 10 to 18 year olds in China
R Connelly, Z Zheng
Economics of education review 22 (4), 379-388, 2003
Mothers’ time choices caregiving, leisure, home production, and paid work
J Kimmel, R Connelly
Journal of Human Resources 42 (3), 643-681, 2007
Self-employment and providing child care
R Connelly
Demography 29 (1), 17-29, 1992
Childcare, eldercare, and labor force participation of married women in urban China, 1982–2000
M Maurer-Fazio, R Connelly, L Chen, L Tang
Journal of human resources 46 (2), 261-294, 2011
Marital status and full–time/part–time work status in child care choices
R Connelly, J Kimmel
Applied Economics 35 (7), 761-777, 2003
Spousal influences on parents’ non-market time choices
R Connelly, J Kimmel
Review of Economics of the Household 7 (4), 361-394, 2009
Women's employment and child care in Brazil
R Connelly, DS DeGraff, D Levison
Economic development and cultural change 44 (3), 619-656, 1996
The effect of child care costs on the employment and welfare recipiency of single mothers
R Connelly, J Kimmel
Southern Economic Journal 69 (3), 498-519, 2003
The importance of child care costs to women's decision making
R Connelly
The economics of child care, 87-118, 1991
The influence of local price and availability on parents’ choice of child care
EE Davis, R Connelly
Population Research and Policy Review 24 (4), 301-334, 2005
If you're happy and you know it: How do mothers and fathers in the US really feel about caring for their children?
R Connelly, J Kimmel
Feminist Economics 21 (1), 1-34, 2015
A framework for analyzing the impact of cohort size on education and labor earning
R Connelly
Journal of Human Resources, 543-562, 1986
The impact of circular migration on the position of married women in rural China
R Connelly, K Roberts, Z Zheng
Feminist Economics 16 (1), 3-41, 2010
The settlement of rural migrants in urban China–some of China's migrants are not ‘floating’anymore
R Connelly, K Roberts, Z Zheng
Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies 9 (3), 283-300, 2011
Patterns of temporary labor migration of rural women from Anhui and Sichuan
K Roberts, R Connelly, Z Xie, Z Zheng
The China Journal, 49-70, 2004
The time use of mothers in the United States at the beginning of the 21st century
R Connelly, J Kimmel
WE Upjohn Institute, 2010
Enrollment and graduation patterns as China’s reforms deepen, 1990–2000
R Connelly, Z Zheng
Education and reform in China, 81-92, 2007
Left behind, at-risk, and vulnerable elders in rural China
R Connelly, M Maurer-Fazio
China Economic Review 37, 140-153, 2016
The care economy in post-reform China: feminist research on unpaid and paid work and well-being
R Connelly, X Dong, J Jacobsen, Y Zhao
Feminist Economics 24 (2), 1-30, 2018
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