Publications

The apple does not fall far from the tree

The apple does not fall far from the tree /; Greg Duncan … [et al.] –; The apple falls even closer to the tree than we thought : new and revised estimates of the intergenerational inheritance of earnings /; Bhashkar Mazunder –; The changing effect of family background on the incomes of American adults /; David J. Harding … [et al.] –; Influences of nature and nurture on earnings variation : a report on a study of various sibling types in Sweden /; Anders Björklund,; Markus Jäntti,; Gary Solon –; Rags, riches, and race : the intergenerational economic mobility of black and white families in the United States /; Tom Hertz –; Resemblance in personality and attitudes between parents and their children : genetic and environmental contributions /; John C. Loehlin –; Personality and the intergenerational transmission of economic status /; Melissa Osborne Groves –; Son preference, marriage, and intergenerational transfer in rural China /; Marcus W. Feldman … [et al.] –; Justice, luck, and the family : the intergenerational transmission of economic advantage from a normative perspective /; Adam Swift.