John A. Knowles
John A. Knowles
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TitleCited byYear
Racial bias in motor vehicle searches: Theory and evidence
J Knowles, N Persico, P Todd
Journal of Political Economy 109 (1), 203-229, 2001
6122001
Love and money: A theoretical and empirical analysis of household sorting and inequality
R Fernandez, N Guner, J Knowles
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 120 (1), 273-344, 2005
3872005
Why do women wait? Matching, wage inequality, and the incentives for fertility delay
EM Caucutt, N Guner, J Knowles
Review of Economic Dynamics 5 (4), 815-855, 2002
2222002
More on marriage, fertility, and the distribution of income
J Greenwood, N Guner, JA Knowles
International Economic Review 44 (3), 827-862, 2003
1612003
Racial profiling or racist policing? Bounds tests in aggregate data
R Hernández‐Murillo, J Knowles
International economic review 45 (3), 959-989, 2004
93*2004
Why are married men working so much? An aggregate analysis of intra-household bargaining and labour supply
JA Knowles
Review of Economic Studies 80 (3), 1055-1085, 2013
632013
Can parental decisions explain US income inequality?
J Knowles
Manuscript. University of Pennsylvania, 1999
601999
Do children learn to save from their parents
J Knowles, A Postlewaite
Unpublished Manuscript, University of Pennsylvania, 2004
552004
Crime minimisation and racial bias: what can we learn from police search data?
J Dominitz, J Knowles
The Economic Journal 116 (515), F368-F384, 2006
512006
Why are Married Men Working So Much?
J Knowles
PIER Working Paper, 2005
432005
Why is child labor illegal?
S Dessy, J Knowles
European Economic Review 52 (7), 1275-1311, 2008
382008
Marital instability and the distribution of wealth
N Guner, J Knowles
Unpublished Manuscript. Universidad Carlos III, Department of Economics. Madrid, 2004
382004
Women on welfare: A macroeconomic analysis
J Greenwood, N Guner, JA Knowles
American Economic Review 90 (2), 383-388, 2000
352000
Why are married men working so much? The macroeconomics of bargaining between spouses
J Knowles
IZA Discussion Paper, 2007
272007
Why is the rate of single‐parenthood lower in Canada than in the US? A dynamic equilibrium analysis of welfare policies
N Guner, J Knowles
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 42 (1), 56-89, 2009
212009
The timing of births: A marriage market analysis
EM Caucutt, N Guner, J Knowles
PIER Working Paper, 2001
212001
Parental decisions and equilibrium inequality.
JA Knowles
162000
High-powered jobs: Can contraception technology explain trends in women’s occupational choice
J Knowles
2009 meeting papers from the Society of Economic Dynamics, 2007
152007
Wealth inequality and parental transmission of savings behavior
J Knowles, A Postlewaite
Manuscript, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2005
152005
Social Policy, Equilibrium Poverty, and Investment in Children
J Knowles
Manuscript. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania …, 1999
121999
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