Jessamyn Schaller
Jessamyn Schaller
Assistant Professor of Economics, Claremont McKenna College
Verified email at cmc.edu
TitleCited byYear
Who suffers in recessions and jobless recoveries
HW Hoynes, DL Miller, J Schaller
Journal of Economic Perspectives 26 (3), 27-48, 2012
418*2012
Short-run effects of parental job loss on children's academic achievement
AH Stevens, J Schaller
Economics of Education Review 30 (2), 289-299, 2011
2282011
For richer, if not for poorer? Marriage and divorce over the business cycle
J Schaller
Journal of Population Economics 26 (3), 1007-1033, 2013
1052013
Booms, busts, and fertility testing the becker model using gender-specific labor demand
J Schaller
Journal of Human Resources 51 (1), 1-29, 2016
99*2016
Short-run effects of job loss on health conditions, health insurance, and health care utilization
J Schaller, AH Stevens
Journal of health economics 43, 190-203, 2015
922015
Caution! Men not at work: Gender-specific labor market conditions and child maltreatment
JM Lindo, J Schaller, B Hansen
Journal of Public Economics 163, 77-98, 2018
63*2018
Short-run effects of parental job loss on child health
J Schaller, M Zerpa
American Journal of Health Economics 5 (1), 8-41, 2019
232019
The effects of aggregate and gender-specific labor demand shocks on child health
M Page, J Schaller, D Simon
Journal of Human Resources 54 (1), 37-78, 2019
232019
Disease outbreaks, healthcare utilization, and on-time immunization in the first year of life
J Schaller, L Schulkind, T Shapiro
Journal of health economics 67, 102212, 2019
4*2019
The Economic Determinants of Child Maltreatment
JM Lindo, J Schaller
Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, 2014
42014
Adverse Life Events and Intergenerational Transfers
J Schaller, C Eck
Upjohn Institute Working Paper 19-313, 2019
2019
Local Economic Conditions, Employment Status, and the Intergenerational Transfer of Money and Time
J Schaller
2018
Local Labor Market Shocks and Family Outcomes
JC Schaller
University of California, Davis, 2012
2012
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