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Alexandra Killewald
Alexandra Killewald
Professor of Sociology, Harvard University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu - Homepage
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Wealth inequality and accumulation
A Killewald, FT Pfeffer, JN Schachner
Annual review of sociology 43, 379-404, 2017
3292017
A reconsideration of the fatherhood premium: Marriage, coresidence, biology, and fathers’ wages
A Killewald
American sociological review 78 (1), 96-116, 2013
3202013
The long‐term effects of building strong families: A program for unmarried parents
RG Wood, Q Moore, A Clarkwest, A Killewald
Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (2), 446-463, 2014
270*2014
Does specialization explain marriage penalties and premiums?
A Killewald, M Gough
American sociological review 78 (3), 477-502, 2013
2482013
Charter-school management organizations: Diverse strategies and diverse student impacts
J Furgeson, B Gill, J Haimson, A Killewald, M McCullough, ...
Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., 2012
2302012
Generations of advantage. Multigenerational correlations in family wealth
FT Pfeffer, A Killewald
Social Forces 96 (4), 1411-1442, 2018
214*2018
Is the motherhood penalty larger for low-wage women? A comment on quantile regression
A Killewald, J Bearak
American sociological review 79 (2), 350-357, 2014
1952014
Money isn’t everything: Wives’ earnings and housework time
A Killewald, M Gough
Social science research 39 (6), 987-1003, 2010
1892010
Unemployment in families: The case of housework
M Gough, A Killewald
Journal of Marriage and Family 73 (5), 1085-1100, 2011
180*2011
Money, work, and marital stability: Assessing change in the gendered determinants of divorce
A Killewald
American Sociological Review 81 (4), 696-719, 2016
1702016
Is American science in decline?
AA Killewald
Harvard University Press, 2012
1652012
What are grades made of?
AC Achen, PN Courant
Journal of Economic Perspectives 23 (3), 77-92, 2009
1162009
Intergenerational occupational mobility in Great Britain and the United States since 1850: Comment
Y Xie, A Killewald
American Economic Review 103 (5), 2003-2020, 2013
1122013
Return to Being Black, Living in the Red: A Race Gap in Wealth That Goes Beyond Social Origins
A Killewald
Demography 50 (4), 1177-1195, 2013
1072013
Marital sorting and parental wealth
KK Charles, E Hurst, A Killewald
Demography 50 (1), 51-70, 2013
1052013
Opting out and buying out: Wives' earnings and housework time
A Killewald
Journal of Marriage and Family 73 (2), 459-471, 2011
912011
Does your home make you wealthy?
A Killewald, B Bryan
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2 (6), 110-128, 2016
822016
Tethered lives: A couple-based perspective on the consequences of parenthood for time use, occupation, and wages
A Killewald, J García-Manglano
Social Science Research 60, 266-282, 2016
742016
US mothers’ long-term employment patterns
A Killewald, X Zhuo
Demography 56 (1), 285-320, 2019
592019
New evidence against a causal marriage wage premium
A Killewald, I Lundberg
Demography 54 (3), 1007-1028, 2017
572017
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