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- REFERENCES: Include at the end of your manuscript a complete list of references in the following format. Please note the omission of italics, quotation marks, and underlines in these references.
Chapter in an edited book:
Hotz, V. J., & Scholz, J. K. 2003. The earned income tax credit. In R. Moffitt (ed.), Means-tested transfer programs in the United States (pp. 1-34). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Haveman, R., & Wolfe, B. L. 1995. The determinants of children's attainments: A review of methods and findings. Journal of Economic Literature, 33(4): 1829-1878.
Ellwood, D. 1988. Poor support: Poverty in the American family. New York: Basic Books.
Anderson, P. M., Butcher, K. F., & Levine, P. B. 2002. Maternal employment and overweight children (NBER Working Paper No. w8770). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
Rockman, B. A., & Hahm, S. D. 2011. The notion of good and bad governance in comparative perspective. Korean Journal of Policy Studies, 26(2): 1-16. Retrieved on November 3, 2011, from http://kjps.snu.ac.kr/.
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