Maya Rossin-Slater
Maya Rossin-Slater
Associate Professor, Stanford Health Policy, Stanford School of Medicine
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The effects of California's paid family leave program on mothers’ leave‐taking and subsequent labor market outcomes
M Rossin‐Slater, CJ Ruhm, J Waldfogel
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 32 (2), 224-245, 2013
The effects of maternity leave on children's birth and infant health outcomes in the United States
M Rossin
Journal of health Economics 30 (2), 221-239, 2011
Every breath you take—every dollar you’ll make: The long-term consequences of the clean air act of 1970
A Isen, M Rossin-Slater, WR Walker
Journal of Political Economy 125 (3), 848-902, 2017
Weathering the storm: Hurricanes and birth outcomes
J Currie, M Rossin-Slater
Journal of health economics 32 (3), 487-503, 2013
Family ruptures, stress, and the mental health of the next generation
P Persson, M Rossin-Slater
American economic review 108 (4-5), 1214-52, 2018
Early‐life origins of life‐cycle well‐being: Research and policy implications
J Currie, M Rossin‐Slater
Journal of policy Analysis and management 34 (1), 208-242, 2015
Maternity and family leave policy
M Rossin-Slater
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
Paid family leave, fathers’ leave‐taking, and leave‐sharing in dual‐earner households
AP Bartel, M Rossin‐Slater, CJ Ruhm, J Stearns, J Waldfogel
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 37 (1), 10-37, 2018
WIC in your neighborhood: New evidence on the impacts of geographic access to clinics
M Rossin-Slater
Journal of Public Economics 102, 51-69, 2013
The transition to parenthood as a critical window for adult health.
D Saxbe, M Rossin-Slater, D Goldenberg
American Psychologist 73 (9), 1190, 2018
Relationship between season of birth, temperature exposure, and later life wellbeing
A Isen, M Rossin-Slater, R Walker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (51), 13447-13452, 2017
What Is the Added Value of Preschool for Poor Children? Long-Term and Intergenerational Impacts and Interactions with an Infant Health Intervention
M Rossin-Slater, M Wust
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 12 (3), 255-286, 2020
Does managed care widen infant health disparities? Evidence from Texas Medicaid
I Kuziemko, K Meckel, M Rossin-Slater
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 10 (3), 255-83, 2018
Racial and ethnic disparities in access to and use of paid family and medical leave: evidence from four nationally representative datasets
AP Bartel, S Kim, J Nam
Monthly Lab. Rev. 142, 1, 2019
Violence while in utero: The impact of assaults during pregnancy on birth outcomes
J Currie, M Mueller-Smith, M Rossin-Slater
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-46, 2018
Signing Up New Fathers: Do Paternity Establishment Initiatives Increase Marriage, Parental Investment, and Child Well-Being?
M Rossin-Slater
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 9 (2), 93-130, 2017
Is the social safety net a long-term investment? Large-scale evidence from the food stamps program
MJ Bailey, HW Hoynes, M Rossin-Slater, R Walker
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
When dad can stay home: fathers' workplace flexibility and maternal health
P Persson, M Rossin-Slater
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
The impacts of paid family leave benefits: regression kink evidence from California administrative data
SH Bana, K Bedard, M Rossin‐Slater
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 39 (4), 888-929, 2020
California’s paid family leave law: Lessons from the first decade
A Bartel, C Baum, M Rossin-Slater, C Ruhm, J Waldfogel
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