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The Welfare Reforms of the 1990s and the Stratification of Material Well-Being among Low-Income Households with Children H. Luke Shaefer, University of Michigan and Marci Ybarra, University of Chicago (2012-12)

Youth Early Employment and Behavior Problems: Human Capital and Social Network Pathways to Adulthood Wei-Jun Jean Yeung, National University of Singapore and University of Michigan and Emily Rauscher, New York University (2011-24)

Intergenerational Stratification, Child Development and the Black-White Achievement Gap Wei-Jun Jean Yeung, National University of Singapore, Caroline Hodges Persell and Michael Chavez Reilly, New York University
(2011-22)

WIC Participation by Children who Participate as Infants: The Roles of (Re-)Certification and Changes in Family Composition Christopher A. Swann, University of North Carolina - Greensboro (2011-8)

Parental Income and Children's Well-being and Future Success: An Analysis of the SIPP matched to SSA Earnings Data Bhashkar Mazumder, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (2011-7)

Partially Identifying the Impact of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program on Food Insecurity among Children: Addressing Endogeneity and Misreporting Using the SIPP Craig Gunderson, University of Illinois, Brent Kreider, Iowa State University, and John Pepper, University of Virginia (2011-3)

Distributional Effects of Early Childhood Programs and Business Incentives and Their Implications for Policy Timothy J. Bartik, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research (2009-13)

Meeting the Basic Needs of Children: Does Income Matter? Lisa A. Gennetian, The Brookings Institution and Nina Castells and Pamela Morris, MDRC (2009-11)

The Effects of SCHIP Expansion on Family Insurance and Out-of-Pocket Medical Costs H. Luke Shaefer, University of Michigan; Colleen M. Grogan, University of Chicago; Harold A. Pollack, University of Chicago (2009-07)

Obesity and Developmental Functioning Among Children Aged 2-4 Years John Cawley, C. Katharina Spiess (2008-07)

Food Insecurity, Economic Stressors, and Childhood Overweight. Steven Garasky, Susan D. Stewart, Craig Gundersen, Brenda J. Lohman, Joey C. Eisenmann. (2008-04)

Effects of Neighborhood Characteristics on the Mortality of Black Male Youth: Evidence from Gautreaux. Mark E. Votruba, Jeffrey R. Kling. (2008-03)

Mechanisms for the Association Between Maternal Employment and Child Cognitive Development. John Cawley, Feng Liu (2007-31)

Maternal Employment and Childhood Obesity: A Search for Mechanisms in Time Use Data. John Cawley, Feng Liu. (2007-29)

Work after Welfare Reform and the Well-being of Children. Rucker C. Johnson, Ariel Kalil, and Rachel E. Dunifon. (2007-26)

Down but not out: Unstable resilience and strategies to stabilize involvement of low‐income fathers. Kevin Roy, Rob Palkovitz, and Jay Fagan. (2007-24)

Birth Weight, Academic Achievement, and Life Chances: A Comparison of Siblings from Childhood into Early Adulthood. Jacob E. Cheadle and Bridget J. Goosby. (2007-22)

Birth Weight, Math, and Reading Achievement Growth: A Multilevel Between-Sibling, Between-Families Approach. Bridget J. Goosby and Jacob E. Cheadle. (2007-21)

Is Marriage Protective for all Children at Birth? A Cumulative Risk Perspective. Cynthia Osborne, University of Texas at Austin. (2007-17)

Associations of Family Structure States and Transitions During Middle Childhood. Katherine Magnuson, University of Wisconsin—Madison, Lawrence M. Berger, University of Wisconsin—Madison. (2007-15)

The Benefits And Costs Of Head Start. Jens Ludwig, Georgetown University, and Deborah A. Phillips, Georgetown University. (2007-09)

The Influence of Early-Life Events on Human Capital, Health Status, and Labor Market Outcomes Over the Life Course. Rucker C. Johnson, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, Robert F. Schoeni, ISR, Ford School of Public Policy, and Department of Economics, University of Michigan. (2007-05)

The Economic Costs of Poverty in the United States: Subsequent Effects of Children Growing Up Poor. Harry J. Holzer, Georgetown University and the Urban Institute, and Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach, University of Chicago, and Greg J. Duncan, Northwestern University, and Jens Ludwig, Georgetown University and National Bureau of Economic Research. (2007-04)

Children’s Time Use And Parental Involvement In Low-Income Families. W. Jean Yeung, New York University and Rebecca Glauber, New York University. (2007-03)

Developmental Health Effects of Human Development Policies. Daniel P. Keating, University of Michigan and Sharon Z. Simonton, University of Michigan. (2006-30)

Socioeconomic Gradients in Early Child Health Across Race, Ethnicity and Nativity Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Columbia University. (2006-21)

Did the Introduction of Food Stamps Affect Birth Outcomes in California? Janet Currie, Columbia University; Enrico Moretti, University of California, Berkeley. (2006-20)

Racial and Ethnic Inequality in the Duration of Children’s Exposure to Neighborhood Poverty and Affluence Jeffrey M. Timberlake, University of Cincinnati (2006-18)

Do Home Computers Improve Educational Outcomes? Evidence from Matched Current Population Surveys and the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997 Daniel O. Beltran, University of California—Santa Cruz, Kuntal K. Das, University of California—Santa Cruz, and Robert W. Fairlie, University of California—Santa Cruz. (2006-05)

Economic Conditions and Children's Living Arrangements. Rebecca A. London, Center for Justice, Tolerance, and Community, University of California, Santa Cruz and National Poverty Center; Robert W. Fairlie Department of Economics University of California, Santa Cruz and National Poverty Center. (2005-27)

The Black-White Test Score Gap: Lessons from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. W. Jean Yeung, Kathryn M. Pfeiffer. New York University. (2005-09)

Poverty and Economic Polarization among America's Minority and Immigrant Children. Daniel T. Lichter, Zhenchao Qian, Martha L. Crowley. Department of Sociology, The Ohio State University. (2005-06)

Maternal Working Conditions and Child Well-Being in Welfare-leaving Families. Rachel Dunifon, Ph.D., Department of Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University; Ariel Kalil, Ph.D., Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago. (2005-05)

Effects of Child Health on Sources of Public Support. Nancy E. Reichman, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Hope Corman, Rider University and National Bureau of Economic Research. Kelly Noonan, Rider University and National Bureau of Economic Research. (2004-16)

Single Mothers' Employment Dynamics and Adolescent Well-Being. Ariel Kalil, Ph.D., Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago; Kathleen M. Ziol-Guest, M.P.A., Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago. (2004-10)

Welfare Reform and Children's Living Arrangements. Marianne P. Bitler, RAND Corporation. Jonah B. Gelbach, University of Maryland. Hilary W. Hoynes, University of California, Davis and NBER. (2004-04)

Childcare Subsidies and the Transition from Welfare to Work. Sandra K. Danziger, Elizabeth Oltmans Ananat, and Kimberly G. Browning, University of Michigan Program on Poverty and Social Welfare Policy. (2003-11)

Welfare Work Requirements and Child Well-Being: Evidence From the Effects on Breastfeeding). Steven J. Haider, Department of Economics, Michigan State University. Alison Jacknowitz, RAND Graduate School. Robert F. Schoeni, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. (2003-03)