Sarah H. Bana : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   1 years (2018 - 2018). See details.
   Cites by year: 14
   Journals where Sarah H. Bana has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 14.    Total self citations: 4 (22.22 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Bedard, Kelly (2)

Stearns, Jenna (2)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Sarah H. Bana.

Is cited by:

Persson, Petra (4)

Mas, Alexandre (2)

Brenøe, Anne (2)

Lachowska, Marta (2)

Woodbury, Stephen (2)

Canaan, Serena (2)

Goldin, Claudia (1)

Pekkala Kerr, Sari (1)

Royer, Heather (1)

Bailey, Martha (1)

Jans, Jenny (1)

Cites to:

Card, David (12)

Pei, Zhuan (11)

Petrongolo, Barbara (8)

Olivetti, Claudia (8)

Weber, Andrea (7)

Ruhm, Christopher (5)

Stearns, Jenna (5)

Johnston, Andrew (4)

landais, camille (4)

Mas, Alexandre (4)

Løken, Katrine (4)

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Where Sarah H. Bana has published?


Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
IZA Discussion Papers / Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)2

Recent works citing Sarah H. Bana (2018 and 2017)


YearTitle of citing document
2019When Dad Can Stay Home: Fathers Workplace Flexibility and Maternal Health. (2019). Rossin-Slater, Maya ; Persson, Petra. In: CEPR Discussion Papers. RePEc:cpr:ceprdp:13780.

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2019The Long-Term Effects of Californias 2004 Paid Family Leave Act on Womens Careers: Evidence from U.S. Tax Data. (2019). Ramnath, Shanthi ; Patel, Elena ; Byker, Tanya ; Bailey, Martha. In: CEPR Discussion Papers. RePEc:cpr:ceprdp:14217.

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2019The Effect of Paid Family Leave on Infant and Parental Health in the United States. (2019). Bullinger, Lindsey Rose . In: Journal of Health Economics. RePEc:eee:jhecon:v:66:y:2019:i:c:p:101-116.

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2019When Dad Can Stay Home: Fathers’ Workplace Flexibility and Maternal Health. (2019). Persson, Petra ; Rossin-Slater, Maya. In: Working Paper Series. RePEc:hhs:iuiwop:1284.

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2018Parental leave benefits, household labor supply, and childrens long-run outcomes. (2018). Ginja, Rita ; Karimi, Arizo ; Jans, Jenny. In: IFS Working Papers. RePEc:ifs:ifsewp:18/26.

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2019When Dad Can Stay Home: Fathers Workplace Flexibility and Maternal Health. (2019). Persson, Petra ; Rossin-Slater, Maya. In: IZA Discussion Papers. RePEc:iza:izadps:dp12386.

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2019Is Parental Leave Costly for Firms and Coworkers?. (2019). Royer, Heather ; Harmon, Nikolaj ; Canaan, Serena ; Brenoe, Anne Ardila. In: IZA Discussion Papers. RePEc:iza:izadps:dp12870.

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2019California Paid Family Leave and Parental Time Use. (2019). Trajkovski, Samantha. In: Center for Policy Research Working Papers. RePEc:max:cprwps:217.

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2019When Dad Can Stay Home: Fathers Workplace Flexibility and Maternal Health. (2019). Persson, Petra ; Rossin-Slater, Maya. In: NBER Working Papers. RePEc:nbr:nberwo:25902.

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2019The Long-Term Effects of California’s 2004 Paid Family Leave Act on Women’s Careers: Evidence from U.S. Tax Data. (2019). Ramnath, Shanthi ; Byker, Tanya ; Bailey, Martha ; Patel, Elena. In: NBER Working Papers. RePEc:nbr:nberwo:26416.

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2020Why Firms Offer Paid Parental Leave: An Exploratory Study. (2020). Pekkala Kerr, Sari ; Olivetti, Claudia ; Goldin, Claudia. In: NBER Working Papers. RePEc:nbr:nberwo:26617.

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2020Is Parental Leave Costly for Firms and Coworkers?. (2020). Royer, Heather ; Harmon, Nikolaj ; Canaan, Serena ; Brenøe, Anne. In: NBER Working Papers. RePEc:nbr:nberwo:26622.

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2020Do Firm Effects Drift? Evidence from Washington Administrative Data. (2020). Woodbury, Stephen ; Mas, Alexandre ; Lachowska, Marta ; Saggio, Raffaele D. In: NBER Working Papers. RePEc:nbr:nberwo:26653.

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2019Do firm effects drift? Evidence from Washington Administrative Data. (2019). Woodbury, Stephen ; Mas, Alexandre ; Lachowska, Marta ; Saggio, Raffaele. In: Working Papers. RePEc:pri:indrel:629.

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Works by Sarah H. Bana:


YearTitleTypeCited
2018Trends and Disparities in Leave Use under Californias Paid Family Leave Program: New Evidence from Administrative Data In: AEA Papers and Proceedings.
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2018The Impacts of Paid Family Leave Benefits: Regression Kink Evidence from California Administrative Data In: IZA Discussion Papers.
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2018The Impacts of Paid Family Leave Benefits: Regression Kink Evidence from California Administrative Data.(2018) In: NBER Working Papers.
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2018Unequal Use of Social Insurance Benefits: The Role of Employers In: IZA Discussion Papers.
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2018Unequal Use of Social Insurance Benefits: The Role of Employers.(2018) In: NBER Working Papers.
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