Hee-Seung Yang
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Education, marriage, and fertility: Long-term evidence from a female stipend program in Bangladesh
Y Hahn, A Islam, K Nuzhat, R Smyth, HS Yang
Economic Development and Cultural Change 66 (2), 383-415, 2018
Does greater school autonomy make a difference? Evidence from a randomized natural experiment in South Korea
Y Hahn, LC Wang, HS Yang
Journal of Public Economics 161, 15-30, 2018
The effect of female education on marital matches and child health in Bangladesh
Y Hahn, K Nuzhat, HS Yang
Journal of Population Economics 31, 915-936, 2018
Do work decisions among young adults respond to extended dependent coverage?
Y Hahn, HS Yang
ILR Review 69 (3), 737-771, 2016
Pandemic and employment: Evidence from COVID-19 in South Korea
J Lee, HS Yang
Journal of Asian economics 78, 101432, 2022
Interindustry Wage Differentials, Technology Adoption, and Job Polarization
M Shim, HS Yang
The Werther effect of celebrity suicides: Evidence from South Korea
J Ha, HS Yang
PLoS one 16 (4), e0249896, 2021
New stylized facts on occupational employment and their implications: Evidence from consistent employment data
M Shim, HS Yang
Economic Modelling 59, 402-415, 2016
Returns to women’s education using optimal IV selection
JS Kim, B Jiang, C Li, HS Yang
Applied Economics 51 (8), 815-830, 2019
The role of uncertainty in forecasting employment by skill and industry
T Sakutukwa, HS Yang
Applied Economics Letters 25 (18), 1288-1291, 2018
Do greater school autonomy and accountability make a difference? Evidence from the random assignment of students into private and public high schools in Seoul
Y Hahn, LC Wang, H Yang
Journal of Public Economics 118, 15-30, 2018
Business Cycle Properties of Job Polarization Using Consistent Occupational Data
M Shim, HS Yang
The rise of low-skill service employment: The role of dual-earner households
J Lee, M Shim, HS Yang
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 202, 255-273, 2022
Language Proficiency and Subjective Well-being: Evidence from Immigrants in Australia
J Lee, A Niu, HS Yang
Journal of Happiness Studies, 1-20, 2022
The implications of changes in hours fluctuations on welfare costs of business cycles
M Shim, HS Yang
Economics Letters 128, 75-78, 2015
Changes in Hours Fluctuations since the Mid-1980s: What Happened to Middle-Skilled Workers?
M Shim, HS Yang
Available at SSRN 2322690, 2015
Does the small business programme benefit self-employed workers? Evidence from Nicaragua
B Kim, R Rodriguez-Ramirez, HS Yang
Journal of Development Effectiveness, 1-20, 2024
Social Security Dependent Benefits, Net Payroll Tax, and Married Women's Labor Supply
HS Yang
Contemporary Economic Policy 36 (2), 381-393, 2018
Inequality, Risk-Sharing and the Crisis: A View From Australia
Y Hahna, SM Millerb, HS Yangc
Monash Economics Working Papers, 2016
Is job polarization path-dependent? Evidence from Korea
YJ Park, M Shim, HS Yang, SY Yoo
Applied Economics Letters 30 (18), 2495-2499, 2023
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