Dean R Lillard
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Higher standards, more dropouts? Evidence within and across time
DR Lillard, PP DeCicca
Economics of Education Review 20 (5), 459-473, 2001
The cross-national equivalent file (CNEF) and its member country household panel studies
JR Frick, SP Jenkins, DR Lillard, O Lipps, M Wooden
Schmollers Jahrbuch 127 (4), 627-654, 2007
The roles of high school completion and GED receipt in smoking and obesity
D Kenkel, D Lillard, A Mathios
Journal of Labor Economics 24 (3), 635-660, 2006
The Cross-National Equivalent File: A product of cross-national research
RV Burkhauser, BA Butrica, MC Daly, DR Lillard
Soziale sicherung in einer dynamischen gesellschaft. Festschrift für Richard …, 2001
Sample selection rules and the intergenerational correlation of earnings
KA Couch, DR Lillard
Labour Economics 5 (3), 313-329, 1998
A comparison of the relationship between obesity and earnings in the US and Germany
J Cawley, MM Grabka, DR Lillard
Journal of Contextual Economics–Schmollers Jahrbuch, 119-129, 2005
Smoke or fog? The usefulness of retrospectively reported information about smoking
D Kenkel, DR Lillard, A Mathios
Addiction 98 (9), 1307-1313, 2003
Getting to the Ivy League: How family composition affects college choice
D Lillard, J Gerner
The Journal of Higher Education 70 (6), 706-730, 1999
Private profits and public health: Does advertising of smoking cessation products encourage smokers to quit?
R Avery, D Kenkel, DR Lillard, A Mathios
Journal of Political Economy 115 (3), 447-481, 2007
Until death do us part: An analysis of the economic well-being of widows in four countries
RV Burkhauser, P Giles, DR Lillard, J Schwarze
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2005
Nonlinear patterns of intergenerational mobility in Germany and the United States
KA Couch, DR Lillard
Generational income mobility in North America and Europe, 190-206, 2004
Smoking initiation and the iron law of demand
DR Lillard, E Molloy, A Sfekas
Journal of health economics 32 (1), 114-127, 2013
Does early-life income inequality predict self-reported health in later life? Evidence from the United States
DR Lillard, RV Burkhauser, MH Hahn, R Wilkins
Social science & medicine 128, 347-355, 2015
Who kicks the habit and how they do it: socioeconomic differences across methods of quitting smoking in the USA
DR Lillard, V Plassmann, D Kenkel, A Mathios
Social science & medicine 64 (12), 2504-2519, 2007
Accounting for misclassification error in retrospective smoking data
DS Kenkel, DR Lillard, AD Mathios
Health economics 13 (10), 1031-1044, 2004
The contribution and potential of data harmonization for cross-national comparative research
RV Burkhauser, DR Lillard
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 7 (4), 313-330, 2005
An analysis of life‐course smoking behavior in China
D Kenkel, DR Lillard, F Liu
Health Economics 18 (S2), S147-S156, 2009
Accounting for heaping in retrospectively reported event data–a mixture‐model approach
HY Bar, DR Lillard
Statistics in medicine 31 (27), 3347-3365, 2012
Dying for a smoke: How much does differential mortality of smokers affect estimated life-course smoking prevalence?
R Christopoulou, J Han, A Jaber, DR Lillard
Preventive medicine 52 (1), 66-70, 2011
Divorce, educational attainment, and the earnings mobility of sons
KA Couch, DR Lillard
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 18, 231-245, 1997
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