Heather Royer
Heather Royer
Associate Professor of Economics, University of California-Santa Barbara
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The effect of education on adult health and mortality: evidence from Britain
D Clark, H Royer
American Economic Review 103 (6), 2087-2120, 2013
625*2013
The effect of female education on fertility and infant health: Evidence from school entry policies using exact date of birth
J McCrary, H Royer
American Economic Review 101 (1), 158-95, 2011
601*2011
Separated at girth: US twin estimates of the effects of birth weight
H Royer
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (1), 49-85, 2009
4082009
Incentives, Commitments, and Habit Formation in Exercise: Evidence from a Field Experiment with Workers at a Fortune-500 Company
H Royer, MF Stehr, JR Sydnor
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 7 (3), 51-84, 2015
2742015
Letting Down the Team? Evidence of Social Effects of Team Incentives
P Babcock, K Bedard, G Charness, J Hartman, H Royer
Journal of the European Economic Association 13 (5), 841-870, 2015
147*2015
The impact of education on family formation: quasi-experimental evidence from the UK
M Geruso, H Royer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
66*2018
What All Women (and Some Men) Want to Know: Does Maternal Age Affect Infant Health?
H Royer, University of California, Berkeley. Center for Labor Economics
Center for Labor Economics, University of California, 2004
522004
The Importance of Parental Knowledge: Evidence from Weight Report Cards in Mexico
S Prina, H Royer
Journal of Health Economics 37, 232–247, 2014
422014
Aftershocks: the impact of clinic violence on abortion services
M Jacobson, H Royer
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 3 (1), 189-223, 2011
402011
The impacts of reduced access to abortion and family planning services on abortions, births, and contraceptive purchases
S Fischer, H Royer, C White
Journal of Public Economics 167, 43-68, 2018
37*2018
The limits of simple implementation intentions: Evidence from a field experiment on making plans to exercise
M Carrera, H Royer, M Stehr, J Sydnor, D Taubinsky
Journal of health economics 62, 95-104, 2018
252018
Can financial incentives help people trying to establish new habits? Experimental evidence with new gym members
M Carrera, H Royer, M Stehr, J Sydnor
Journal of Health Economics 58, 202-214, 2018
252018
Incentives and unintended consequences: Spillover effects in food choice
M Angelucci, S Prina, H Royer, A Samek
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 11 (4), 66-95, 2019
22*2019
The structure of health incentives: Evidence from a field experiment
M Carrera, H Royer, M Stehr, J Sydnor
Management Science 66 (5), 1890-1908, 2020
212020
Who Chooses Commitment? Evidence and Welfare Implications
M Carrera, H Royer, M Stehr, J Sydnor, D Taubinsky
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
16*2019
The Response to a Loss in Medicaid Eligibility: Pregnant Immigrant Mothers in the Wake of Welfare Reform
H Royer
Working paper, 2005
15*2005
Cyclical and demographic influences on the distribution of income in California
MC Daly, HN Royer
Economic Review-Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 1-14, 2000
142000
Is Parental Leave Costly for Firms and Coworkers?
AA Brenøe, SP Canaan, NA Harmon, HN Royer
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
132020
Population mobility and income inequality in California
MC Daly, D Reed, HN Royer
Public Policy Institute of California, 2001
92001
The baby boom, the baby bust, and asset markets
T Cogley, H Royer
FRBSF Economic Letter, 1998
81998
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