Randy Albelda : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   34 years (1980 - 2014). See details.
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   Journals where Randy Albelda has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 2.    Total self citations: 1 (6.25 %)

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Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Randy Albelda.

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Barcena, Elena (1)

Cantó, Olga (1)

del Rio Otero, Coral (1)

Gradín, Carlos (1)

Moro-Egido, Ana (1)

Nakabayashi, Masaki (1)

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Greenberg, David (1)

Brewer, Mike (1)

Boushey, Heather (1)

Robins, Philip (1)

Mancino, Lisa (1)

Haveman, Robert (1)

Wakefield, Matthew (1)

Moffitt, Robert (1)

Blank, Rebecca (1)

Gruber, Jonathan (1)

Fremstad, Shawn (1)

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Feminist Economics8

Recent works citing Randy Albelda (2018 and 2017)


YearTitle of citing document
2018Equivalence scales for extended income in the U.S. (2018). Folbre, Nancy ; Suh, Jooyeoun ; Murray-Close, Marta . In: Review of Economics of the Household. RePEc:kap:reveho:v:16:y:2018:i:2:d:10.1007_s11150-017-9387-8.

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2017One Step Forward, One Step Back? Labor Supply Effects of Minimum Wage Increases on Single Parents with Public Child Care Support. (2017). Albelda, Randy ; Carr, Michael . In: Working Papers. RePEc:mab:wpaper:2017_01.

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Works by Randy Albelda:


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2010The Gloves-Off Economy: Workplace Standards at the Bottom of Americas Labor Market - Edited by Annette Bernhardt, Heather Boushey, Laura Dresser and Chris Tilly In: British Journal of Industrial Relations.
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1980Determinants of working womens wages during the progressive era In: Explorations in Economic History.
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1999Women and poverty: Beyond earnings and welfare In: The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance.
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2013Low-wage mothers on the edge in the US In: Chapters.
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2013Comment on Darity, McCrate, and Wicks-Lim In: Chapters.
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2014Expanding Womens Healthcare Access in the United States: The Patchwork “Universalism†of the Affordable Care Act In: Working Papers.
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1985Nice Work If You Can Get It: Segmentation of White and Black Women Workers in the Post-War Period In: Review of Radical Political Economics.
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2004THE DILEMMAS OF LONE MOTHERHOOD: KEY ISSUES FOR FEMINIST ECONOMICS In: Feminist Economics.
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2004Lone Mothers: What is to be done? In: Feminist Economics.
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2007Unequal Chances: Family Background and Economic Success In: Feminist Economics.
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2010Public Policy for Women: The State, Income Security, and Labour Market Issues In: Feminist Economics.
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2011Time Binds: US Antipoverty Policies, Poverty, and the Well-Being of Single Mothers In: Feminist Economics.
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1995Introduction: The welfare reform debate you wish would happen In: Feminist Economics.
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2014Double Trouble: US Low-Wage and Low-Income Workers, 1979-2011 In: Feminist Economics.
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2001Welfare-to-Work, Farewell to Families? US Welfare Reform and Work/Family Debates In: Feminist Economics.
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