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

Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Developmental Science: Uses and Methodological Choices. Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Harvard University; Thomas S. Weisner, University of California, Los Angeles; Ariel Kalil, University of Chicago; Niobe Way, New York University. (2006-45)

Immigrants and Neighborhoods of Concentrated Poverty: Assimilation or Stagnation? Paul A. Jargowsky, University of Texas at Dallas. (2006-44)

White-Collar Woes: Later-Career Job Displacement in the “New Risk Economy.” Ruby Mendenhall, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Ariel Kalil, University of Chicago; Laurel J. Spindel, University of Chicago; and Cassandra Hart, Northwestern University. (2006-43)

The Social Costs of Concentrated Poverty: Externalities to Neighboring Households and Property Owners and the Dynamics of Decline. George C. Galster, Wayne State University; Jackie M. Cutsinger, Wayne State University; and Ron Malega, University of Georgia (2006-42)

The New Employment Contract and Worker Health in the United States. Richard H. Price, University of Michigan, and Sarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan (2006-41)

Welfare Reform and Indirect Impacts on Health. Marianne P. Bitler, Public Policy Institute of California, and Hilary W. Hoynes, University of California, Davis and NBER (2006-40)

Space and Change in the Measurement of Poverty Concentration: Detroit in the 1990s. Joe Grengs, University of Michigan. (2006-39)

Why Are Black-Owned Businesses Less Successful than White-Owned Businesses? The Role of Families, Inheritances, and Business Human Capital. Robert W. Fairlie, University of California, Santa Cruz and Alicia M. Robb, University of California, Santa Cruz. (2006-38)

An Assessment of the Income and Expenses of America’s Low-Income Families Using Survey Data from the National Survey of America’s Families. Gregory Acs, The Urban Institute, and Austin Nichols, The Urban Institute. (2006-37)

Assessing Expenditures on Children in Low-Income, Ethnically Diverse and Immigrant Families. Julieta Lugo-Gil, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., and Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Harvard University (2006-36)

Three Decades of Consumption and Income Poverty. Bruce D. Meyer, University of Chicago and NBER, and James X. Sullivan, University of Notre Dame (2006-35)

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

The Changing Spatial Concentration of America’s Rural Poor Population. Daniel T. Lichter, Department of Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University, and Kenneth Johnson, Loyola University of Chicago. (2006-33)

Labor Market Experiences and Transitions to Adulthood. Carolyn J. Hill, Georgetown University and Harry J. Holzer, Georgetown University. (2006-32)

Micro-simulating Child Poverty in Great Britain in 2010 and 2020. Mike Brewer, Institute for Fiscal Studies; and James Browne, Institute for Fiscal Studies; and Professor Holly Sutherland, Institute for Economic and Social Research, University of Essex. (2006-31)

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

How Well Can We Measure the Well-Being of the Poor Using Food Expenditure? Thomas DeLeire, Michigan State University and Congressional Budget Office; and Helen Levy, University of Michigan. (2006-29)

The Effects of Welfare and Child Support Policies on Maternal Health and Wellbeing Jean Knab, Princeton University; Irv Garfinkel, Columbia University; Sara McLanahan, Princeton University. (2006-28)

Income Support Policies and Health among the Elderly Pamela Herd, University of Wisconsin, Madison; James House, University of Michigan; and Robert F. Schoeni, University of Michigan. (2006-27)

Macroeconomic Conditions, Health and Government Policy Christopher J. Ruhm, Department of Economics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and NBER. (2006-26)

Lifting Gates--Lengthening Lives: Did Civil Rights Policies Improve the Health of African-American Women in the 1960's and 1970's? George Kaplan, Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health, Department of Epidemiology, University of Michigan; Nalini Ranjit, Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health, Department of Epidemiology, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan; Sarah Burgard, Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health, Department of Epidemiology, Department of Sociology, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan (2006-25)

Redlining Or Risk? A Spatial Analysis of Auto Insurance Rates in Los Angeles Paul M. Ong, School of Public Affairs, UCLA; and Michael A. Stoll, School of Public Affairs, UCLA (2006-24)

Can Ethnicity Transcend Race and Poverty? Insights from Source Country Variation in Immigrant Student Achievement Dylan Conger, School of Public Policy and Public Administration, The George Washington University. (2006-23)

The Effects of Male Incarceration Dynamics on AIDS Infection Rates among African-American Women and Men Rucker C. Johnson, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley; Steven Raphael, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley. (2006-22)

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)

Education and Health: Evaluating Theories and Evidence David Cutler, Harvard University, and Adriana Lleras-Muney, Princeton University. (2006-19)

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

The Incidence Of Poverty Across Three Generations Of Black And White Immigrants In The Post Civil Rights Era: Assessing The Impacts Of Race And Ancestry Amon Emeka, Department of Sociology, University of Southern California. (2006-17)

Poverty, Migration and Health David R. Williams, Departments of Sociology and Epidemiology, and Survey Research Center, University of Michigan; Selina A. Mohammed, Women’s Health Disparities, School of Nursing, University of Michigan (2006-16)

Race, Poverty and Punishment: The Impact Of Criminal Sanctions On Racial, Ethnic, and Socioeconomic Inequality Darren Wheelock, University of Minnesota; Christopher Uggen, University of Minnesota (2006-15)

Race, Place and Poverty Revisited Michael A. Stoll, UCLA (2006-14)

Coloring the Terms of Membership: Reinventing the Divided Citizenry in an Era of Neoliberal Paternalism Joe Soss, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin
Sanford F. Schram, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, Bryn Mawr College (2006-13)

Can Social Capital Explain Persistent Racial Poverty Gaps? Lincoln Quillian, Northwestern University; Rozlyn Redd, University of Wisconsin at Madison (2006-12)

The Dynamics of Discrimination Devah Pager, Princeton University (2006-11)

How Culture Matters for Poverty: Thickening our Understanding Michčle Lamont, Harvard University; Mario Luis Small, Princeton University (2006-10)

How Educational Inequality Develops George Farkas, Department of Sociology and Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University (2006-09)

Justifying Inequality: A Social Psychological Analysis of Beliefs about Poverty and the Poor Heather Bullock, Department of Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz (2006-08)

Welfare Reform and Family Expenditures: How are Single Mothers Adapting to the New Welfare and Work Regime? Neeraj Kaushal, Columbia University; Qin Gao, Fordham University; Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University (2006-07)

The Consequences of Recent Job Growth on Older Low Income Workers William M. Rodgers III, Rutgers University. (2006-06)

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)

Studying Consumption with the Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Comparisons with the Consumer Expenditure Survey and an Application to the Intergenerational Transmission of Well-being. Kerwin Kofi Charles, University of Chicago Sheldon Danziger, University of Michigan, Geng Li, Federal Reserve Board Robert F. Schoeni, University of Michigan. (2006-04)

Affirmative Action: What Do We Know? Harry J. Holzer, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Urban Institute; David Neumark, Public Policy Institute of California, University of California at Irvine, National Bureau of Economic Research, IZA–Institute for the Study of Labor (2006-03)

Measuring the Extent and Depth of Food Insecurity: An Application to American Indians in the United States Craig Gundersen, Iowa State University. (2006-02)

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; Robert W. Fairlie University of California, Santa Cruz, National Poverty Center and IZA. (2006-01)