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Why is the Teen Birth Rate in the United States so High and Why Does it Matter? Melissa S. Kearney, University of Maryland and NBER and Phillip B. Levin, Wesley College and NBER (2012-15)

We’re Not All Deadbeat Parents: Welfare Recipient Voices on Unmet Service Needs Sandra K. Danziger, Jessica Wiederspan, and J. A. Siegel, University of Michigan (2012-14)

Explaining Recent Trends in the U.S. Teen Birth Rate Melissa S. Kearney, University of Maryland and NBER and Phillip B. Levin, Wesley College and NBER (2012-13)

Is a Bad Economy Good for Marriage? The Relationship between Macroeconomic Conditions and Marital Stability from 1998-2009 Kristen Harknett, University of Pennsylvania and Daniel Schneider, Princeton University (2012-6)

Women’s Multipartnered Fertility and the Criminal Justice System Eirik Evenhouse and Siobhán Reilly, Mills College (2011-26)

The Effect of Unemployment on Household Composition and Doubling Up Emily E. Wiemers, University of Michigan (2011-12)

Divorce and Women’s Risk of Health Insurance Loss in the U.S Bridget J. Lavelle and Pamela J. Smock, University of Michigan (2011-4)

Changing Poverty and Changing Antipoverty Policies Maria Cancian, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Sheldon Danziger, University of Michigan (2009-06)

Implementation of 'Within My Reach:' Providing a Relationship Awareness and Communications Skills Program to TANF Recipients in Oklahoma Anne Sparks (2008-11)

Does welfare reform affect fertility? Evidence from the UK. Mike Brewer, Anita Ratcliffe, Sarah Smith. (2007-32)

The Growing Problem of Disconnected Single Mothers.
Rebecca Blank, Brian Kovak. (2007-28)

Mental Illness as a Barrier to Marriage Among Mothers With Out-of-Wedlock Births. Julien O. Teitler, School of Social Work, Columbia University; Nancy E. Reichman, Department of Pediatrics, Princeton University. (2007-20)

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)

Marriage Patterns among Unwed Mothers: Before and After PRWORA. Deborah Roempke Graefe, Pennsylvania State University and Daniel T. Lichter, Cornell University. (2007-13)

Subsidized Contraception, Fertility, and Sexual Behavior. Melissa S. Kearney, University of Maryland and NBER; and Phillip B. Levine, Wellesley College and NBER. (2007-11)

Cultural Context, Sexual Behavior, and Romantic Relationships in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods. David J. Harding, University of Michigan. (2006-46)

The impact of young motherhood on Education, Employment and Marriage. Bruce Bradbury, University of New South Wales (2006-34)

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)

Child Support and the Economy. Maria Cancian, Institute for Research on Poverty, La Follette School of Public Affairs and School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin–Madison and Daniel R. Meyer, Institute for Research on Poverty, School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin–Madison. (2005-17)

Did Welfare Reform Differentially Influence the Fertility of Young Teens? Assessing the Success of the "Living Arrangement Rule" and the "Stay-in-School Rule." Leonard M. Lopoo, Department of Public Administration, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University; Thomas DeLeire, Congressional Budget Office. (2005-08)

Marriage on the Public Policy Agenda: What Do Policy Makers Need to Know from Research? Kristin S. Seefeldt, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
The University of Michigan. Pamela J. Smock, Department of Sociology & Population Studies Center, The University of Michigan. (2004-02)