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Below is a list of citations having International Studies (17) as a keyword.

Odio Zuniga, Mariana. Household Behavior and Taxation: A Focus on the Labor Market: Washington University in St Louis; 2022. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Taxes


Mullan, Killian and Hofferth, Sandra L. A Comparative Time-Diary Analysis of UK and US Children’s Screen Time and Device Use. Child Indicators Research. 2022. 15, (3): 795-818.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Family Formation & Composition; International Studies; Time Use & Home Production


Coulter, Rory, Bayrakdar, Sait, and Berrington, Ann. Longitudinal Life Course Perspectives on Housing Inequality in Young Adulthood. Geography Compass. 2020. 14, (5): 1-15.
Keywords: Housing; International Studies; Life Course; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Grätz, Michael, Barclay, Kieron J., Wiborg, Øyvind N., Lyngstad, Torkild H., Karhula, Aleksi, Erola, Jani, Präg, Patrick, Laidley, Thomas, and Conley, Dalton. Sibling Similarity in Education Across and Within Societies. Demography. 2021. 58, (3): 1011-1037.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies


Orben, A. and Baukney-Przybylski, A. K. Screens, Teens and Psychological Well-Being: Evidence from Three Time-Use Diary Studies. Psychological Science. 2019. 30, (5): 682-696.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; International Studies; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


van Zwieten, Anita, Saglimbene, Valeria, Teixeira-Pinto, Armando, Howell, Martin, Howard, Kirsten, Craig, Jonathan C., and Wong, Germaine. The Impact of Age on Income-Related Health Status Inequalities from Birth to Adolescence: A Systematic Review with Cross-Country Comparisons. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2018. 203, 380-390.e14.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; International Studies


Vandewater, Elizabeth A. and Lee, Sook-Jung. Measuring Children's Media Use in the Digital Age: Issues and Challenges. American Behavioral Scientist. 2009. 52, (8): 1152-1176. PMCID: PMC2745155
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; International Studies; Life Course; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


Grätz, Michael and Wiborg, Øyvind N. Reinforcing at the Top or Compensating at the Bottom? Family Background and Academic Performance in Germany, Norway, and the United States. European Sociological Review. 2020. 36, (3): 381-394.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies


Mancini, Anna Laura, Monfardini, Chiara, and Pasqua, Silvia. Is a Good Example the Best Sermon? Children’s Imitation of Parental Reading. Review of Economics of the Household. 2017. 15, (3): 965-993.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; International Studies


West, Kirsten, Hauser, Robert, and Scanlan, Terri M. Longitudinal Surveys of Children Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press; 1998.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; International Studies; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


Tijdens, Kea and Dragstra, Anna. How Many Hours Do You Usually Work?: An Analysis of Working Hours Questions in 26 Large-Scale Surveys in Six Countries and the European Union. Time & Society. 2007. 16, (1): 119-130.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Harper, Scott E. Exploring the Role of Filipino Fathers: Paternal Behaviors and Child Outcomes. Journal of Family Issues. 2010. 31, (1): 66-89.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies


Jokela, Markus. Religiosity, Psychological Distress, and Wellbeing: Evaluating Familial Confounding with Multicohort Sibling Data. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2022. 191, (4): 584-590.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; International Studies; Transition to Adulthood Supplement; Wellbeing


Shen, Jenny. Essays in the Economics of Gender: Princeton University; 2020. Dept: Economics
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Gender Differences; Income; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes


Shanks, Trina R. Williams, Kim, Youngmi, Loke, Vernon, and Destin, Mesmin. Assets and Child Well-Being in Developed Countries. Children and Youth Services Review. 2010. 32, (11): 1488-1496.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; International Studies; Wealth, Assets & Pensions; Wellbeing


Curry, Matthew, Mooi-Reci, Irma, and Wooden, Mark. Parental Joblessness and the Moderating Role of a University Degree on the School-to-Work Transition in Australia and the United States. Social Science Research. 2019. 81, 61-76.
Keywords: Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


Brown, Sarah, McHardy, Jolian, and Taylor, Karl. Intergenerational Analysis of Social Interaction and Social Skills: An Analysis of U.S. and U.K. Panel Data. Economics of Education Review. 2014. 40, 43-54.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies