Miriam Larson-Koester

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853

United States

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Is There Still Son Preference in the United States?

NBER Working Paper No. w23816
Number of pages: 69 Posted: 18 Sep 2017
Cornell University - Department of Economics, Cornell University - School of Industrial and Labor Relations, University of Alabama - Department of Economics, Finance and Legal Studies, University of Pittsburgh and Cornell University
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Is There Still Son Preference in the United States?

IZA Discussion Paper No. 11003
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 25 Sep 2017
Cornell University - Department of Economics, Cornell University - School of Industrial and Labor Relations, University of Alabama - Department of Economics, Finance and Legal Studies, University of Pittsburgh and Cornell University
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gender, son preference, family structure, fertility, sex selection, immigrants

Is there Still Son Preference in the United States?

CESifo Working Paper No. 7948
Number of pages: 71 Posted: 27 Nov 2019
Cornell University - Department of Economics, Cornell University - School of Industrial and Labor Relations, University of Pittsburgh, University of Alabama - Department of Economics, Finance and Legal Studies and Cornell University
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gender, son preference, family structure, fertility, sex selection, immigrants

Is There Still Son Preference in the United States?

DIW Berlin Discussion Paper No. 1830
Number of pages: 69 Posted: 27 Nov 2019
Cornell University - Department of Economics, Cornell University - School of Industrial and Labor Relations, University of Alabama - Department of Economics, Finance and Legal Studies, University of Pittsburgh and Cornell University
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gender, son preference, family structure, fertility, sex selection, immigrants