Saturday, April 13 / 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Meeting Room 301 (Level 3)

Session 250
Spatial Inequality in the United States

Chair: Brian L. Levy, Harvard University
Discussant: Ann Owens, University of Southern California

1. Strong Upward Neighborhood Mobility and Reduced Preterm Birth in California: A Sibling Design ApproachTim-Allen Bruckner , University of California, Irvine; Jennifer Buher Kane, University of California, Irvine; Samantha Gailey, University of California, Irvine.

2. The Effect of Homicide on Local RentsMax Besbris , Rice University; Jacob W. Faber, New York University (NYU); John Kuk, Washington University in St. Louis; Ariela Schachter, Washington University in St. Louis.

3. Stable Poverty: Describing the Characteristics of Low-Eviction Poor NeighborhoodsPeter Hepburn , University of California, Berkeley; Matthew Desmond, Harvard University.

4. Deconstructing the Digital Divide: Identifying the Supply and Demand Factors That Drive Internet Subscription RatesMichael Martin , U.S. Census Bureau.

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