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Chris M. Herbst
Chris M. Herbst
School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University
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Child care subsidies and child development
CM Herbst, E Tekin
Economics of Education review 29 (4), 618-638, 2010
2172010
Universal child care, maternal employment, and children’s long-run outcomes: Evidence from the US Lanham Act of 1940
CM Herbst
Journal of Labor Economics 35 (2), 519-564, 2017
1302017
The earned income tax credit, mental health, and happiness
C Boyd-Swan, CM Herbst, J Ifcher, H Zarghamee
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 126, 18-38, 2016
1112016
The labor supply effects of child care costs and wages in the presence of subsidies and the earned income tax credit
CM Herbst
Review of Economics of the Household 8, 199-230, 2010
1102010
The impact of child‐care subsidies on child development: evidence from geographic variation in the distance to social service agencies
CM Herbst, E Tekin
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 35 (1), 94-116, 2016
91*2016
The increasing happiness of US parents
CM Herbst, J Ifcher
Review of Economics of the Household 14, 529-551, 2016
87*2016
Close to home: A simultaneous equations model of the relationship between child care accessibility and female labor force participation
CM Herbst, BS Barnow
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 29, 128-151, 2008
802008
Child care subsidies and childhood obesity
CM Herbst, E Tekin
Review of Economics of the Household 9, 349-378, 2011
792011
Who are the eligible non-recipients of child care subsidies?
CM Herbst
Children and Youth Services Review 30 (9), 1037-1054, 2008
762008
The impact of non-parental child care on child development: Evidence from the summer participation “dip”
CM Herbst
Journal of Public Economics 105, 86-105, 2013
722013
Child care subsidies, maternal health, and child–parent interactions: Evidence from three nationally representative datasets
CM Herbst, E Tekin
Health Economics 23 (8), 894-916, 2014
682014
The rising cost of child care in the United States: A reassessment of the evidence
CM Herbst
Economics of Education Review 64, 13-30, 2018
672018
‘Paradoxical’decline? Another look at the relative reduction in female happiness
CM Herbst
Journal of Economic Psychology 32 (5), 773-788, 2011
652011
Welfare reform and the subjective well-being of single mothers
CM Herbst
Journal of Population Economics 26, 203-238, 2013
642013
The impact of the Earned Income Tax Credit on marriage and divorce: Evidence from flow data
CM Herbst
Population research and Policy review 30, 101-128, 2011
642011
Offline effects of online connecting: the impact of broadband diffusion on teen fertility decisions
M Guldi, CM Herbst
Journal of Population Economics 30, 69-91, 2017
552017
Whom do employers want? The role of recent employment and unemployment status and age
HS Farber, CM Herbst, D Silverman, T Von Wachter
Journal of Labor Economics 37 (2), 323-349, 2019
532019
Do social policy reforms have different impacts on employment and welfare use as economic conditions change?
CM Herbst
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Association …, 2008
532008
Footloose and fancy free? Two decades of single mothers’ subjective well-being
CM Herbst
Social Service Review 86 (2), 189-222, 2012
482012
The impact of COVID-19 on the US child care market: Evidence from stay-at-home orders
U Ali, CM Herbst, CA Makridis
Economics of Education Review 82, 102094, 2021
472021
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