Corinne Low
Corinne Low
Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, The Wharton School, University of
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Negotiating a better future: How interpersonal skills facilitate intergenerational investment
N Ashraf, N Bau, C Low, K McGinn
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (2), 1095-1151, 2020
392020
Pricing the biological clock: Reproductive capital on the us marriage market
C Low
Manuscript, Wharton School of Business, 2014
382014
What happens the morning after? The costs and benefits of expanding access to emergency contraception
T Gross, J Lafortune, C Low
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 33 (1), 70-93, 2014
352014
The effects of home-based HIV counseling and testing on HIV/AIDS stigma among individuals and community leaders in western Kenya: evidence from a cluster-randomized trial
C Low, C Pop-Eleches, W Rono, E Plous, A Kirk, S Ndege, M Goldstein, ...
AIDS care 25 (sup1), S97-S107, 2013
312013
Incentivized resume rating: Eliciting employer preferences without deception
JB Kessler, C Low, CD Sullivan
American Economic Review 109 (11), 3713-44, 2019
292019
Trumping norms: Lab evidence on aggressive communication before and after the 2016 US presidential election
J Huang, C Low
American Economic Review 107 (5), 120-24, 2017
252017
Evaluation of the community response to HIV and AIDS: learning from a portfolio approach
R Rodriguez-García, D Wilson, N York, C Low, ND N'Jie, R Bonnel
AIDS care 25 (sup1), S7-S19, 2013
252013
A “reproductive capital” model of marriage market matching
C Low
Manuscript, Wharton School of Business, 2017
142017
Tying the double-knot: The role of assets in marriage commitment
J Lafortune, C Low
American Economic Review 107 (5), 163-67, 2017
142017
The Impact of Extended Reproductive Time Horizons: Evidence from Israel's Expansion of Access to IVF
N Gershoni, C Low
122017
Older yet fairer: How extended reproductive time horizons reshaped marriage patterns in israel
N Gershoni, C Low
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 13 (1), 198-234, 2021
102021
Collateralized marriage
J Lafortune, C Low
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
72020
The power of time: The impact of free IVF on women’s human capital investments
N Gershoni, C Low
European Economic Review 133, 103645, 2021
52021
Betting the house: how assets influence marriage selection, marital stability, and child investments
J Lafortune, C Low
IZA Discussion Paper, 2017
42017
Essays in gender economics
C Low
Columbia University, 2014
42014
The myth of the male negotiator: Gender’s effect on negotiation strategies and outcomes
J Huang, C Low
Technical Report, University of Pennsylvania, 2018
32018
What happens the morning after? The costs and benefits of expanding access to emergency contraception
T Gross, J Lafortune, C Low
Unpublished Working Paper available at http://eco3147. facea. puc. cl …, 2012
22012
What Happens the Morning After? The Costs and Benets of Expanding Access to Emergency Contraception
T Gross, J Lafortune, C Low
Instituto de Economia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Documentos …, 2012
22012
Social Policy Instruments and the Compliance Environment
JB Kessler, C Low, M Singhal
12020
Betting the House: The Role of Homeownership in Marital Commitment and Child Investments
J Lafortune, C Low
12018
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