Friday, April 12 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM · Griffin Hall

Poster Session 8
Economy, Labor Force, Education, & Inequality

1. Beyond Financial Resources: The Role of Parents’ Education in Predicting Children’s Educational Persistence in MexicoMelissa Alcaraz , The Ohio State University.

2. The Impact of the Great Recession on Natives’ and Migrants’ Fertility: A Comparison Between Italy and SwedenGiammarco Alderotti , Sapienza University of Rome; Eleonora Mussino, Stockholm University; Chiara Ludovica Comolli, University of Lausanne.

3. Employment Uncertainty and Fertility: A Network Meta-Analysis of European Research FindingsGiammarco Alderotti , Sapienza University of Rome; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence; Michela Baccini, Università degli Studi di Firenze.

4. Economic Sector, Demographic Composition, Educational Attainment, and Earnings in BrazilErnesto Amaral , Texas A&M University; Samantha Haussmann Rodarte Faustino; Guilherme Quaresma Gonçalves, Cedeplar, UFMG; Bernardo L. Queiroz, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR).

5. The Effect of Health Expenditure on Inequality: A Comparison of Methods in GhanaJeremy Barofsky , ideas42.

6. Fueling the Engines of Liberation With Liquefied Petroleum Gas: Evidence From Indonesia.Tushar Bharati, University of Western Australia; Yiwei Qian , University of Southern California; Jeonghwan Yun, University of Southern California.

7. Labor Unions and Wages in BrazilNiels-Hugo Blunch , Washington and Lee University; Silvio H. T. Tai, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do RS.

8. Mixed Couples in European Countries: Who Is in a Union With a Migrant?Mirko Braack , University of Rostock; Nadja Milewski, Universität Rostock.

9. Collateral Damage? The Relationship Between Household Debt, Race, and Food InsecurityMackenzie Brewer , Baylor University.

10. Paternal Incarceration and Kin Support: Understanding Contradictions Between Perceived and Actual Financial SupportAngela Bruns , University of Michigan Population Studies Center.

11. Income Inequality Across the Rural-Urban ContinuumJaclyn Butler , Pennsylvania State University; Brian Thiede, Pennsylvania State University; David L. Brown, Cornell University; Leif Jensen, Pennsylvania State University.

12. When Jobs Disappear or Become Unstable: Income Dynamics and Economic Well-being Among Urban HouseholdsYixia Cai , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Christopher T. Wimer, Columbia University; Lawrence M. Berger, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

13. Do Brothers and Sisters Take Resources Away From the Firstborn Child? Causal Evidence of Resource Dilution From ChinaShuang Chen , Princeton University.

14. Labor Market Returns to College Enrollment and Degree Attainment: Heterogeneous Effects by Socioeconomic StatusSugene Cho , The Ohio State University; Kelly Purtell, The Ohio State University.

15. How Does the Inequality of Educational Opportunity Change When Education Expands Sharply? Evidence From the Multiple Surveys of South KoreaSeongsoo Choi , Sungkyunkwan University; Subin Lee, Sungkyunkwan University.

16. Universal Childcare Subsidy Expansion and Maternal Labor Supply: Evidence From South KoreaJaehee Choi , University of Texas at Austin.

17. Minimum Wages and Low-Skilled Immigrants: New Evidence on Earnings, Employment and PovertyBrandyn Churchill, Vanderbilt University; Joseph J. Sabia , San Diego State University.

18. Educational Attainment in the United States by Sex and Religious TraditionJulene Cooney , Syracuse University.

19. SNAP, Postnatal Education, and Maternal and Child Well-beingShauna Dyer , University of Michigan.

20. The Associations Between Income Pooling, Commitment, Financial Insecurity, and Financial Stress in Young Adult Romantic RelationshipsKasey Eickmeyer , Bowling Green State University; Wendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University; Monica A. Longmore, Bowling Green State University; Peggy C. Giordano, Bowling Green State University.

21. Organizational Populations and Social Mobility Regimes: A Comparison of Working Class Neighborhoods in Chicago and SeattleErin Eife ; Amy K. Bailey, University of Illinois at Chicago; Kobie Price, University of Illinois at Chicago.

22. Educational Mobility Among the Children of Asian-American ImmigrantsSamuel Fishman , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

23. Brothers, Sisters, and STEM Majoring: Is a Younger Sibling's Choice of College Major Affected by the Firstborn's Sex and Ability in Math?Limor Gabay-Egozi , Bar-Ilan University; Lloyd D. Grieger, Yale University; Natalie Nitsche, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

24. Schools as Sorting Machines: The Case of Vocational Tracking in ChilePablo Geraldo Bastias , University of California, Los Angeles.

25. A Network Approach to High School Career and Technical Education in ChilePablo Geraldo Bastias , University of California, Los Angeles.

26. Precision and Bias in the U.S. Electoral College: 1832–2016Michael Geruso, University of Texas at Austin; Dean Spears, Delhi School of Economics; Ishaana Talesara , University of Texas at Austin.

27. Niger’s Demographic and Educational Future: The Last Country to Start Its Fertility TransitionAnne Goujon, Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital; Patrick Sabourin, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Guillaume Marois , International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).

28. Welfare Regimes, Life Course Gender Gap Trajectories of Employment, and Cumulative Effects: A Theoretical Model and Comparative, Empirical InvestigationKarra Greenberg , University of Michigan.

29. Location Matters: Unravelling the Spatial Dimensions of Neighborhood-Level Housing Quality in Kolkata, IndiaIsmail Haque , Jawaharlal Nehru University; Dipendra Nath Das, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Priyank Pravin Patel, Presidency University.

30. Caste and Open Defecation in Rural IndiaMarco Antonio Haro , Pennsylvania State University; Nancy Luke, Pennsylvania State University.

31. Informality and Access to Services Among Youth of Cairo’s Informal Urban NeighborhoodsRasha Hassan, Population Council; Rania Roushdy , The American University in Cairo; Maia Sieverding, American University of Beirut.

32. Can More Education Reduce Opposition to Intermarriage? Comparing India and the United StatesPayal Hathi , University of California, Berkeley.

33. The Causal Effect of Grandparental Overlap on Grandchildren’s Cognitive OutcomesJingying He , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Felix Elwert, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Peter Fallesen, Rockwool Foundation.

34. Diverging Destinies or Not? How Grandparents Moderate the Effects of Parental Socioeconomic Status on Early Childhood DevelopmentJingying He , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jia Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

35. Flexibility or Insecurity? Gig Work, Economic Security, and Health and Well-beingKatherine Hill , University of Texas at Austin.

36. The Effect of Health Insurance on Food Security: Evidence From the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid ExpansionsGeorgia Himmelstein , Princeton University.

37. Changing Labor Force and Economic Growth in Post-Industrial Taiwan: The Importance of Incorporating a Gender PerspectiveChen-Hao Hsu , Academia Sinica.

38. How Graduate School Shapes Women's Career and Family Plans: A Case Study of MBA, JD, and PhD StudentsHolly Hummer , Harvard University.

39. Employment Costs of an Increasing Minimum Wage for Workers With DisabilitiesKatie Jajtner , University of Wisconsin-Madison.

40. Social Security and Retirement in Korea: Evidence From Longitudinal DataHankyung Jun , University of Southern California.

41. Out-of-Pocket Healthcare Payment for Primary Healthcare in the Era of National Health Insurance: A Five-Year Study of Seven Districts in Northern GhanaEdmund Kanmiki ; Ayaga A. Bawah, University of Ghana; Patrick Opoku Asuming, University of Ghana; John Awoonor-Williams, Ghana Health Service; James F. Phillips, Columbia University; Caesar Agula, University of Ghana, Regional Institute for Population Studies; James Akazili, Navrongo Health Research Centre.

42. Social Network and Inequality in Career Outcomes: Evidence From Prosecutors in KoreaMinSub Kim , The Ohio State University.

43. Financial Individualization Among Married Couples in the United States, 1992–2016Nicole Kovski , University of Washington, Seattle; Marieka Klawitter, University of Washington, Seattle; Leigh Anderson, University of Washington, Seattle.

44. Calibration of an Agent-Based Model of Transgenerational Processes and Disparities in Early-Life Academic PerformanceMichael R. Kramer , Emory University; Kaitlyn Stanhope, Emory University; Narjes Shojaati, University of Saskatchewan; Allen McLean, University of Saskatchewan.

45. Does Female Sports Participation Reduce Crime? New Evidence From Title IXGokhan Kumpas , University of New Hampshire; Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University.

46. Does Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme Offer Protection to the Vulnerable?Mawuli Kushitor ; Akua Obeng-Dwamena; Charles Asabere, University of Ghana, Regional Institute for Population Studies.

47. Residential Zoning Regulations and Wealth InequalityJoe LaBriola , University of California, Berkeley.

48. Factors Associated With Couples' Relative Earning Patterns in 2016Vanessa Lang , Bowling Green State University.

49. Structural Stigma and the Transition to Adulthood: Examining Marriage and Independent Living Among Deaf Men in Nineteenth Century AmericaMegan Lemmon , Pennsylvania State University.

50. The Age of Uncertainty: Gender, Employment, and Economic Insecurity Among Youths in the United States and ChinaLangou Lian , University of California, Irvine; Feng Wang, University of California, Irvine.

51. The Importance of an Integrated Social Registry as a Key Tool for the Planning and Reorientation of Social Policy: The Case of the Social Information System in MexicoYani Limberopulos ; Crisna Cuchcatla; Alvaro Montes de Oca, El Colegio de México.

52. Compulsory Education in Argentina: Effects on CrimeCarolina Lopez , Brown University.

53. When Do Coworkers Socialize? Institutional Differences and Informal Coworker RelationsThomas Lyttelton , Yale University.

54. Dynamics of Labour Force, Workforce and Job Seekers in IndiaChaitali Mandal .

55. How Reducing Differentials in Education and Labor Force Participation Could Lessen Workforce Decline in EU28Guillaume Marois , International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Patrick Sabourin, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Alain Bélanger, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS).

56. Women’s College Attainment Advantage: An Experimental Approach to Understanding Labor Market Outcomes and Shifting Standards in Job HiringAmanda Mireles , Stanford University.

57. Public Goods, and Nested Subnational Units: Diversity, Segregation, or Hierarchy?Sumit Mishra , Institute for Financial Management and Research; Naveen Bharathi, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore; Deepak Malghan, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore; Andaleeb Rahman, Cornell University.

58. Trends in Occupational Segregation by Gender in Japan: The Role of Population AgingRyota Mugiyama , University of Tokyo; Fumiya Uchikoshi, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

59. Working but Poor: Using the Supplemental Poverty Measure to Examine the Effects of the Safety Net on Poverty for Working FamiliesLaryssa Mykyta , U.S. Census Bureau.

60. Do Minimum Wage Increases Really Reduce Public Assistance Receipt?Thanh Tam Nguyen, San Diego State University; Joseph J. Sabia , San Diego State University.

61. The Multilevel Determinants of the Discrepancy Between Homeowners’ Perceived Housing Values and Measured Market Values of Their Homes: The Case of the Detroit Metropolitan AreaMinha Noh , University of Michigan; Jeffrey D. Morenoff, University of Michigan; Elisabeth Gerber, University of Michigan.

62. Housing and Labour Market Drivers of Housing Loss and HomelessnessJames O'Donnell , Australian National University.

63. Educational Expansion and Health Disparities in a Rapidly Changing Society: The Case of EthiopiaJeong Hyun Oh .

64. One Size Fits Not: A Typology of African Countries to Guide Investments in the Demographic DividendBernard O. Onyango ; Nyovani Madise, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP); Nurudeen Alhassan, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP); Eunice M. Williams, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP); Eliya M. Zulu, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP).

65. Occupational Prestige and Women’s Experience of Intimate Partner Violence in NigeriaNkechi Owoo , University of Ghana.

66. Impacts of a Social Protection Program Paired With Fee Waivers on Enrollment in Ghana’s National Health Insurance SchemeTia Palermo , United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF); Elsa Valli, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF); Gustavo Angeles, National Institute of Public Health (INSP), Mexico and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Marlous de Milliano, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Clement Adamba, Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana; Tayllor Spadafora, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Ghana; Clare Barrington, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

67. Accelerated School-to-Work Transition in Britain: Still True?Alina Pelikh , University of Essex; Francisco Rowe-Gonzales, University of Liverpool.

68. International Child Sponsorship Impact on the Intended Choice of Schooling: The Case of Rural MexicoDaniel Prudencio ; Phillip Ross, Boston University.

69. Can Education Reduce Traditional Gender Role Attitudes?Noelia Rivera Garrido .

70. Do "Ban the Box" Laws Increase Crime?Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University; Thanh Tam Nguyen , San Diego State University; Taylor Mackay, University of California, Irvine; Dhaval Dave, Bentley University.

71. The Past and Future of Partner Preferences: Partner Homogamy in a Sub-Saharan SettingXavier Salvador , Cornell University; Sarah Giroux, Cornell University.

72. The Educational Gradient of Living Alone: A Comparison Among the Working-Age Population in EuropeGlenn Sandström , Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Lena Karlsson, Umeå University.

73. Persistent High Levels of Single Living Among Adults With Disabilities in Sweden, 1993–2011Glenn Sandström , Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Fredinah Namatovu, Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR), Umeå University; Jens Ineland, Umeå University; Daniel Larsson, Umeå University; Nawi Ng, Umeå University; Mikael Stattin, Umeå University.

74. Effectiveness of Holistic Community Development on Households' Well-being and Women Empowerment: Evidence From Panel DataM. Mizanur Sarker , Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University; Hidetoshi Yamashita, Hitotsubashi University.

75. Job Characteristics and Job Retention of Young Workers With DisabilitiesCarrie Shandra , Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY).

76. Child Cost Measures Based on Subjective Economic Well-being: A European ComparisonSonja Spitzer , Vienna Institute of Demography; Angela Greulich, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; Bernhard Hammer, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

77. Who Drops Out From College? A Study of Social Origin at a Midwestern Teaching UniversityJoelle Spotswood , University of Kansas.

78. Testing Determinants of State Spending on Social ControlTrent Steidley, University of Denver; David M. Ramey , Pennsylvania State University.

79. Cultural or Structural? Explaining Men’s Transition to Paid Care Work JobsShengwei Sun , Washington University in St. Louis.

80. U.S. Rural-Urban Inequality in Educational Attainment by Race/Ethnicity and GenderApril Sutton , University of California, San Diego; Bolun Zhang, University of California, San Diego.

81. The Place-Based Turn in Federal Policymaking, 1990–2015Laura M. Tach, Cornell University; Alexandra Cooperstock, Cornell University; Samuel Dodini, Cornell University; Emily Parker , Cornell University.

82. Stem Degree Attainment and Gender Wage Gap in China: Segregation in Fields of Study or Heterogeneous Returns?Bing Tian , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Xiaogang Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

83. Marriage Markets and Women's Schooling in Latin AmericaDaniela Urbina , Princeton University.

84. School Reentry and Its Link to Family and Working Life of Three Generations in MexicoEunice Vargas Valle , El Colegio de la Frontera Norte.

85. The Effect of Seattle’s Paid Sick and Safe Time Ordinance on Workers’ Employment TrajectoriesHilary Wething , University of Washington, Seattle.

86. The Long-Run Impact of Temporary Disability Insurance on Social Security Disability Claims, Earnings Stability, and Labor Force ParticipationEmily Wiemers , University of Massachusetts Boston; Randy Albelda, University of Massachusetts Boston; Michael Carr, University of Massachusetts Boston.

87. Using the CPS-ASEC to Estimate the Ill or Disabled U.S. PopulationDanielle Wilson , American University.

88. How Do Female Literacy, Employment, and Demographic Factors Increase Gender Gap Among Children? A Panel Study of Last Four Decades in India and Districts of Major StatesAjit Yadav , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

89. How Income Shapes Preschoolers’ Development in ChinaWei-Jun Yeung , National University of Singapore; Xuejiao Chen, National University of Singapore.

90. Trends of Education Inequality and Gender Disparities: Mean Education Levels, Distributions, and Metrics of Inequality for 195 CountriesHunter York ; Emmanuela Gakidou, University of Washington, Seattle.

91. Creating Choice: Families’ Efforts to Transform the Rules of the Middle School Admissions Arena in ChinaNatalie Young , University of Pennsylvania.

92. Relative Deprivation and Youth Self-perception: A Multinational AnalysisChenyao Zhang , The Ohio State University.

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