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Recent Publications

Some recent publications by Affiliated Faculty

John M. Abowd

“Differential Privacy Applications to Bayesian and Linear Mixed Model Estimation”

“Estimating Measurement Error in Annual Job Earnings: A Comparison of Survey and Administrative Data,” Review of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming, doi:10.1162/REST_a_00352, (with Martha Stinson)

“Persistent Inter-Industry Wage Differences: Rent Sharing and Opportunity Costs,” IZA Journal of Labor Economics, 2012, 1:7, doi:10.1186/2193-8997-1-7, (with Francis Kramarz, Paul Lengermann, Kevin L. McKinney, and Sébastien Roux) [Online Appendix]

“A Proposed Solution to the Archiving and Curation of Confidential Scientific Inputs,” in J. Domingo-Ferrer and I. Tinnirello, eds. Privacy in Statistical Databases 2012, LNCS 7556, pp. 216–225, 2012. (with Lars Vilhuber and William Block)

“Did the Housing Price Bubble Clobber Local Labor Markets When It Burst?,” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, Vol. 102, No. 3 (May 2012): 589-93, doi:pdfplus/10.1257/aer.102.3.589. (with Lars Vilhuber) [Online Appendix] [Data README] [Data]

“Dynamically Consistent Noise Infusion and Partially Synthetic Data As Confidentiality Protection Measures for Related Time-series,” Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology, Office of Management and Budget, 2012 Research Conference Papers, available at (cited September 5, 2012). (with Kaj Gittings, Kevin L. McKinney, Bryce E. Stephens, Lars Vilhuber and Simon Woodcock)

“An Application of Differentially Private Linear Mixed Modeling,” Privacy Aspects of Data Mining (PADM), a workshop of ICDM 2011, pp. 614-619, IEEE 11th International Conference on Data Mining Workshops, 2011, (cited September 5, 2012). (with Matthew Schneider)

Steven E. Alvarado

Alvarado, Steven E. and Ruth N. López Turley. 2012. “College Bound Friends and College Application Choices: Heterogeneous Effects for Latino and White Students,” Social Science Research.

Alvarado, Steven E. and Douglas S. Massey. 2010. “In Search of Peace: Structural Adjustment, Violence, and International Migration in Mexico and Central America 1979–2002.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 630(1):137-161

Alvarado, Steven E. and Douglas S. Massey. 2010. (Spanish version) “En búsqueda de la paz: ajuste estructural, violencia y migración internacional en México y Centroamérica, 1979–2002.” Salvando Fronteras: Migración Internacional en América Latina y el Caribe, México, D.F. Porrúa.

Alvarado Steven E., 2008. “Norms, Values, and Solidarity: A Durkheimian Perspective on Escaping from the Inner City,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political And Social Science. 620(1):292-294.

N’Dri Assie-Lumumba

Assie-Lumumba, N’Dri T. 2012. “Cultural Foundations of the Idea and Practice of the Teaching Profession in Africa: Indigenous Roots, Colonial Intrusion, and Post-Colonial Reality.” Educational Philosophy and Theory. 44(2):21-36.

Assie-Lumumba, N’Dri T. 2011. “Higher Education as an African Public Sphere and the University as a Site of Resistance and Claim of Ownership for the National Project.” Africa Development. 36(2):175-206.

Women and Higher Education in Africa: Reconceptualizing Gender-Based Human Capabilities and Upgrading Human Rights to Knowledge (Abidjan: CEPARRED 2007) has been translated and published in Spanish (Madrid: IEPALA 2010) with forthcoming editions in French, Portuguese, Arabic, and Chinese; Higher Education in Africa: Crises, Reforms, and Transformation (Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, CODESRIA 2006)

Empowerment of Women in Higher Education in Africa: The Role and Mission of Research, Forum on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural organization (UNESCO), UNESCO Forum Occasional Paper Series No. 11, 2007

Christopher B. Barrett

Christopher B. Barrett, editor, Food Security and Sociopolitical Stability (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).

Christopher B. Barrett and Paulo Santos, “The Impact of Changing Rainfall Variability on Resource-Dependent Wealth Dynamics,” Ecological Economics, volume 105 (September 2014): pp. 48-54.

Calistus N. Ngonghala, Mateusz M. Plucinski, Megan B. Murray, Paul E. Farmer, Christopher B. Barrett, Donald C. Keenan and Matthew H. Bonds, “Poverty, disease and the ecology of complex systems,” PLOS Biology, volume 12, issue 4 (April 2014): e1001827. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001827

Chantarat, Sommarat and Christopher B. Barrett. 2012. “Social Network Capital, Economic Mobility and Poverty Traps.” Journal of Economic Inequality 10(3):299-342.

Stephens, Emma C., Charles F. Nicholson, Douglas R. Brown, David Parsons, Christopher B. Barrett, Johannes Lehmann, David Mbugua, Solomon Ngoze, Alice N. Pell, and Susan J. Riha. 2012. “Modeling the Impact of Natural Resource-Based Poverty Traps on Food Security in Kenya: The Crops, Livestock and Soils in Smallholder Economic Systems (CLASSES) Model.” Food Security 4(3):423-39.

Lybbert, Travis J., David R. Just, and Christopher B. Barrett. 2012. “Estimating Risk Preferences in the Presence of Bifurcated Wealth Dynamics: Can We Identify Static Risk Aversion amidst Dynamic Risk Responses?” European Review of Agricultural Economics.

Bezu, Sosina and Christopher B. Barrett. 2012. “Employment Dynamics in the Rural Nonfarm Sector in Ethiopia: Do the Poor Have Time on Their Side?” Journal of Development Studies 48(9):1223-40.

Chawanote, Chayanee and Christopher B. Barrett. “Non-farm Occupational and Earnings Dynamics in Rural Thailand.” Working paper.

Liu, Yanyan and Christopher B. Barrett. “Heterogeneous Pro-Poor Targeting in India’s Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.” Working paper.

Kendra Bischoff

Bischoff, K and S. Reardon. 2012. “No Middle Ground.” Boston Review May/June.

Bischoff, Kendra and Sean F. Reardon. “More Separate and More Unequal: Residential Segregation by Socioeconomic Status, 1970-2008.” (Book chapter in preparation.)

Bischoff, Kendra and Kenneth A. Shores. “The Intersection of Social Science Knowledge and Action-Guiding Philosophy: The Case of Educational Equity.” (Article under review.)

Reardon, Sean F. and Kendra Bischoff. 2011. “Income Inequality and Income Segregation.” American Journal of Sociology 116(4):1092-153.

Bischoff, Kendra. 2008. “School District Fragmentation and Racial Residential Segregation: How Do Boundaries Matter?” Urban Affairs Review 44(2):182-217.

Francine D. Blau

Blau, Francine D. “Gender, Economics of,” Forthcoming. International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Science 2nd edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Blau, Francine D. and Lawrence M. Kahn. Forthcoming. “Immigration and the Distribution of Incomes,” in Handbook on the Economics of International Migration, Barry R. Chiswick and Paul W. Miller, eds. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Blau, Francine D., Lawrence M. Kahn, Albert Yung-Hsu Liu, and Kerry L. Papps. 2013. “The Transmission of Women’s Fertility, Human Capital and Work Orientation Across Immigrant Generations,” Journal of Population Economics26(2): 405-435.

Blau, Francine D., Peter Brummund, and Albert Yung-Hsu Liu. 2013. “Trends in Occupational Segregation by Gender 1970-2009: Adjusting for the Impact of Changes in the Occupational Coding System.” Demography50(2):471–492.

Blau, Francine D., Peter Brummund, and Albert Yung-Hsu Liu. “Erratum to: Trends in Occupational Segregation by Gender 1970-2009: Adjusting for the Impact of Changes in the Occupational Coding System.” Demography 50(2):493-494.

Blau, Francine D. and Lawrence M. Kahn. Forthcoming. “The Feasibility and Importance of Adding Measures of Actual Experience to Cross-Sectional Data Collection.” Journal of Labor Economics.

Blau, Francine D., Marianne A Ferber, and Anne E Winkler. 2014. The Economics of Women, Men, and Work (7th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Blau, Francine D., (edited by Anne Gielen and Klaus F. Zimmerman). 2012. Gender, Inequality, and Wages. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

David L. Brown

Brown, D. L.. 2012. “Migration and Rural Population Change comparative Views in More Developed Nations.” International Handbook of Rural Demography, edited by L. Kulcsar and K. Curtis. New York: Springer.

Sanders, Scott and David L. Brown. 2012. “The Migratory Response of Labor to Special Economic Zones in the Philippines, 1995-2005.” Population Research and Policy Review 31(1):141-164.

Glasgow, Nina and David L. Brown. 2012. “Rural Ageing in the United States: Trends and Contexts.” Journal of Rural Studies 28(4):422-431.

Brown, David L., Benjamin C. Bolender, Laszlo J. Kulcsar, Nina Glasgow, and Scott Sanders. 2011. “Inter-County Variability in Net Migration at Older Ages as a Path Dependent Process.” Rural Sociology 76(1):44-73.

Lichter, Daniel T. and David L. Brown. 2011. “Rural America in an Urban Society: Changing Spatial and Social Boundaries.” Annual Review of Sociology 37:565-592.

Brown, David L. and Kai A. Schafft. 2011. Rural People and Communities in the 21st Century: Resilience and Transformation. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.

Shucksmith, Mark, David L. Brown, Sally Shortall, Jo Vergunst and Mildred E. Warner, eds. 2012. Rural Transformations and Rural Policies in the US and UK. London: Routledge.

Richard V. Burkhauser

Armour, Philip, Richard V. Burkhauser, and Jeff Larimore. 2014. “Levels and Trends in United States Income and its Distribution: A Crosswalk from Market Income Towards a Comprehensive Haig-Simons Income Measure.” Southern Economic Journal, 81 (2): 271-293.

Burkhauser, Richard V. and Jeff Larrimore. “The Top One Percent.” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 28 (1): 245-247. 2014.

Bayaz-Ozturk, Gulgun, Richard V. Burkhauser, and Kenneth A. Couch. “Consolidating the Evidence on Income Mobility in the Western States of Germany and the United States from 1984 to 2006.” Economic Inquiry, 52 (1): 431-443. 2014.

Burkhauser, Richard V. “Another Look at the Economics of Minimum Wage Legislation.” Australian Economic Review, 47 (3): 409-415. 2014.

Burkhauser, Richard V., Mary C. Daly, Duncan McVicar and Roger Wilkins. “Disability Benefit Growth and Disability Reform in the United States: Lessons from Other OECD Nations.” IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 3:4: 1-30. 2014.

Burkhauser, Richard V. and Mary C. Daly. 2011. The Declining Work and Welfare of People with Disabilities: What Went Wrong and a Strategy for Change. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute Press.

Burkhauser, Richard V., Shuaizhang Feng, Stephen Jenkins, and Jeff Larrimore. 2012. “Recent Trends in Top Income Shares in the USA: Reconciling Estimates from March CPS and IRS Tax Return Data.” Review of Economics and Statistics 94(2):371-388.

Sabia, Joseph J., Richard V. Burkhauser, and Benjamin Hansen. 2012. “Are the Effects of Minimum Wage Increases Always Small? New Evidence from a Case Study of New York State.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 65(2):350-76.

Burkhauser, Richard V., Maximilian Schmeiser, and Robert Weathers II. 2012. “The Importance of Anti-Discrimination and Workers’ Compensation Laws on the Provision of Workplace Accommodations Following the Onset of a Disability.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 65(1):161-80.

Burkhauser, Richard V. and Mary C. Daly. 2012. “Social Security Disability Insurance: Time for Fundamental Change.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 31(2):454-61.

Burkhauser, Richard V., Jeff Larrimore, and Kosali Simon. 2012. “A Second Opinion on the Economic Health of the American Middle Class and Why it Matters in Gauging the Impact of Government Policy.” National Tax Journal 65:7-32.

Jenkins, Stephen P., Richard V. Burkhauser, Shuaizhang Feng, and Jeff Larrimore. 2011. “Measuring Inequality Using Censored Data: A Multiple Imputation Approach.” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (A) 174 Part 1:63-81.

Anthony L. Burrow

Burrow, A. L., *Stanley, M., *Sumner, R., & Hill, P. L. (in press). Purpose in life as a resource for increasing comfort with ethnic diversity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

*Sumner, R. A., Burrow, A. L., & Hill, P. L. (in press). Identity and purpose as predictors of subjective well-being in emerging adulthood. Emerging Adulthood.

Hill, P. A., *Sumner, R. A., Burrow, A. L. (2014). Understanding the pathways to purpose: Examining personality and well-being correlates across adulthood. Journal of Positive Psychology, 9, 227-234.

Burrow, A. L., *Sumner, R., & Ong, A. D. (2014). Perceived change in life satisfaction and daily negative affect: The moderating role of purpose in life. Journal of Happiness Studies, 15, 579-592.

Burrow, A. L., & Hill, P. L. (2013). Derailed by diversity?: Purpose buffers the relationship between ethnic composition on trains and passenger negative mood. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39, 1610-1619.

Burrow, Anthony L. and Patrick L. Hill. 2012. “Flying the Unfriendly Skies?: The Role of Forgiveness and Race in the Experience of Racial Microaggressions.” Journal of Social Psychology 152:639-652.

Gaylord-Harden, Noni K., Anthony L. Burrow, and Jamila A. Cunningham. 2012. “A Cultural-Asset Framework for Investigating Successful Adaptation to Stress in African American Youth.” Child Development Perspectives 6(3):264-271.

Hill, Patrick L. and Anthony L. Burrow. 2012. “Viewing Purpose through an Eriksonian Lens.” Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research 12(1):74-91.

Burrow, Anthony L. and Patrick L. Hill. 2011. “Purpose as a Form of Identity Capital for Positive Youth Adjustment.” Developmental Psychology 47(4):1196-1206.

Fuller-Rowell, Thomas E., Anthony L. Burrow, and Anthony D. Ong. 2011. “Changes in Racial Identity among African American College Students following the Election of Barack Obama.” Developmental Psychology 47(6):1608-1618.

John Cawley

Cawley, John, Davide Dragone, and Stephanie von Hinke Kessler Scholder. “The Demand for Cigarettes as Derived from the Demand for Weight Control.” Forthcoming, Health Economics.

Cawley, John, Asako S. Moriya, and Kosali Simon. “The Impact of the Macroeconomy on Health Insurance Coverage: Evidence from the Great Recession.” Forthcoming, Health Economics.

Cawley, John. “The Affordable Care Act Permits Greater Financial Rewards for Weight Loss: A Good Idea in Principle But Many Practical Concerns Remain.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2014, 33(3): 810-820.

Cawley, John. “Incentives for Wellness: Tackling Issues of Effectiveness, Biology, Scope, and Cost Shifting.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2014, 33(3): 826-832.

Cawley, John, David Frisvold, and Chad Meyerhoefer. 2013. “The Impact of Physical Education on Obesity among Elementary School Children.” Journal of Health Economics 32(4):743-755.

Cawley, John, and Joshua A. Price. 2013. “A Case Study of a Workplace Wellness Program That Offers Financial Incentives for Weight Loss.” Journal of Health Economics 32(5):794-803.

Cawley, John. 2012. “Reefer Madness, Frank the Tank or Pretty Woman: To What Extent do Addictive Behaviors Respond to Incentives?.” Sydney Ideas.

Cawley, John and Johanna Catherine Maclean. 2012. “Unfit for Service: The Implications of Rising Obesity for U.S. Military Recruitment.” Health Economics 21(11):1348-66.

Cawley, John and Chad Meyerhoefer. 2012. “The Medical Care Costs of Obesity: An Instrumental Variables Approach.” Journal of Health Economics 31(1):219-230.

Cawley, John and Christopher J. Ruhm. 2012. “The Economics of Risky Health Behaviors.” Pp 95-199 in Handbook of Health Economics. Vol 2, edited by T. G. McGuire, M. V. Pauly, and P. Pita Barros.

Cawley, John, eds. 2011. The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Obesity. New York: Oxford University Press.

Stephen Ceci

Williams, W. M. and S. J. Ceci. 2012. “When Women Scientists Choose Motherhood.” American Scientist 100(2) 138-145.

Valla, J. and S. J. Ceci. 2011. “Can Sex Differences in Science Be Tied to the Long Reach of Prenatal Hormones?: Brain Organization Theory, Digit Ratio (2D/4D), and Sex Differences in Preferences and Cognition.” Perspectives in Psychological Science 6:134-146.

Ceci, S. J. & W. M. Williams. 2011. “Understanding Current Causes of Women’s Underrepresentation in Science.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108.

Benjamin Cornwell

Cornwell, Benjamin, and Elizabeth Warburton. 2014. “Work Schedules and Community Ties.” Work and Occupations 41: 139-174.

Cornwell, Benjamin. 2013. “Switching Dynamics and the Stress Process.” Social Psychology Quarterly 76:99-124.

Schneider, John A., Tim Walsh, David Ostrow, Benjamin Cornwell, Stuart Michaels, Samuel R. Friedman, and Edward O. Laumann. 2012. “Health Center Affiliation Networks of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men: Disentangling Fragmented Patterns of HIV Prevention and Treatment Utilization.” Sexually Transmitted Diseases 39:598-604.

Schneider, John A., Benjamin Cornwell, David Ostrow, Stuart Michaels, Phil Schumm, Edward O Laumann, and Samuel Friedman. 2012. “Network Mixing and Network Influences Most Linked to HIV Infection and Risk Behavior in the HIV Epidemic Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men.” American Journal of Public Health 103(1):e28-e36.

Cornwell, Benjamin. 2012. “Spousal Network Overlap as a Basis for Spousal Support.” Journal of Marriage and Family 74(2):229-38.

Cornwell, Benjamin. 2011. “Age Trends in Daily Social Contact Patterns.” Research on Aging 33(5):598-631.

Paul, Pamela. “Another Reason to Avoid His Friends,” New York Times, September 16, 2011.

Cornwell, Benjamin. 2012. “Unemployment and Widespread Influenza in America, 1999-2010.” Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses 6(1):63-70.

Rachel E. Dunifon

Dunifon, Rachel, Ariel Kalil, Danielle Crosby and Jessica Su (2013). “Mothers’ Night Work and Children’s Behavior Problems”. Developmental Psychology, 49(10): 1874-1885.

Dunifon, Rachel (2013). “The Influence of Grandparents in the Lives of Children and Adolescents”, Child Development Perspectives, 7(1): 55-60.

Ziol-Guest, Kathleen, Rachel Dunifon and Ariel Kalil (2013). “Parental Employment and Children’s Body Weight: Mothers, Others, and Mechanisms”, Social Science and Medicine, 95: 52-59.

Dunifon, Rachel E., Ariel Kalil, Danielle Crosby, Jessica Houston Su, and Thomas DeLeire. Forthcoming. “Measuring Nonstandard Work in Survey Data.” Journal of Marriage and Family.

Dunifon, Rachel E., Kathleen Ziol-Guest, and Ariel Kalil. 2012. “Nonstandard Work Schedules and Child Development.” Pp. 260-77 in Understanding Children and Poverty: The Science and Ecology of Early Development, edited by V. Maholmes and R. King. New York: Oxford University Press.

Johnson, Rucker, Ariel Kalil, and Rachel E. Dunifon. 2012. “Employment Patterns of Less-Skilled Workers: Links to Children’s Behavior and Academic Progress.” Demography 49(2):747-72.

Wethington, Elaine and Rachel E. Dunifon. 2012. Research for the Public Good: Applying the Methods of Translational Research to Improve Human Health and Well-Being. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Ziol-Guest, Kathleen, Rachel E. Dunifon, and Ariel Kalil. 2012. “Parental Employment and Children’s Body Weight: Mothers, Others, and Mechanisms.” Social Science and Medicine xxx:1-8.

Ronald G. Ehrenberg

A Perspective on the Rising Costs of Higher Education” in John Thelin ed. The Rising Costs of Higher Education: A Reference Handbook (ABC – CLIO Publishers, 2013.)

Whelan, Kenneth T., Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Kevin F. Hallock, and Ronald L. Seeber. Forthcoming. “Adverse Selection and Incentives in Early Retirement Programs.” Research in Labor Economics.

Ehrenberg, Ronald G. Forthcoming. “A Perspective on the Rising Costs of Higher Education.” The Rising Costs of Higher Education: A Reference Handbook, by J. R. Thelin. ABC – CLIO Publishers.

Blumenstyk, Goldie. “For Small-College Presidents, Advice on Budgets and Bully Pulpits,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 5, 2012.

Ehrenberg, Ronald G., George H. Jakubson, Mirinda L. Martin, Joyce B. Main, and Thomas Eisenberg. 2012. “Diversifying the Faculty Across Gender Lines: Do Trustees and Administrators Matter?” Economics of Education Review 31(1):9-18.

Ehrenberg, Ronald G. 2012 “American Higher Education in Transition.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 26(1):193-216.

Ehrenberg, Ronald G. 2011. “Rethinking the Professoriate.” Pp. 101-28 in Reinventing Higher Education: The Promise of Innovation, edited by B. Wildavsky, A. P. Kelly, and K. Carey. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Desjardins, Claude, Mark A. Bach, Anne R. Cappola, Ellen W. Seely, and Ronald G. Ehrenberg. 2011. “Dissecting the Workforce and Workplace for Clinical Endocrinology and the Work of Endocrinologists Early in Their Careers.” Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 96(4):923-33.

Parfait M. Eloundou-Enyegue

Eloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M. and Sarah Giroux. Forthcoming. “Effects of Fertility Transitions on Schooling in SSA: From Micro-level to Macro-level Effects.” Demography.

Eloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M., et al. 2012. People and the Planet, Royal Society Science Policy Centre report 01-12. London, UK: The Royal Society Science Policy.

Eloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M. and Sarah C. Giroux. 2012. “Demographics and Rural-Urban Divergence in sub-Saharan Africa.” Pp. 125-35 in International Handbook of Rural Demography, edited by L. Kulcsar and K. J. Curtis. New York: Springer.

Peter Enns

“The Public’s Increasing Punitiveness and Its Influence on Mass Incarceration in the United States” The American Journal of Political Science. 2014

“Conditional Status Quo Bias and Top Income Shares: How U.S. Political Institutions Have Benefited the Rich” (with Nate Kelly, Jana Morgan, Thomas Volscho, and Chris Witko) The Journal of Politics. 76 (2): 289-303. 2014.

“The Swing Justice” (with Patrick Wohlfarth) The Journal of Politics. 75 (4): 1089-1107 2013.

“Public Opinion in the U.S. States: 1956-2010” (with Julianna Koch) State Politics and Policy Quarterly. 13(3): 349-372. 2013.

“Presidential Campaigns and the Fundamentals Reconsidered” (with Brian Richman) The Journal of Politics. 75(3): 803-820.

Enns, Peter K. and Gregory E. McAvoy. Forthcoming. “The Role of Partisanship in Aggregate Opinion.” Political Behavior.

Enns, Peter K., Paul M. Kellstedt, and Gregory E. McAvoy. 2012. “The Consequences of Partisanship in Economic Perceptions.” Public Opinion Quarterly 76(2):287-310.

Casillas, Christopher, Peter K. Enns, and Patrick Wohlfarth. 2011. “How Public Opinion Constrains the U.S. Supreme Court.” The American Journal of Political Science 55(1):74-88.

Kelly, Nathan J. and Peter K. Enns. 2010. “Inequality and the Dynamics of Public Opinion: The Self-Reinforcing Link Between Economic Inequality and Mass Preferences.” The American Journal of Political Science 54(4): 855-870.

Enns, Peter K., Nathan J. Kelly, Jana Morgan, Thomas Volscho, and Christopher Witko. “Conditional Status Quo Bias and Top Income Shares: How US Political Institutions Benefit the Rich.” Working Paper.

Gary S. Fields

Fields, Gary S. 2012. Working Hard, Working Poor. New York: Oxford University Press.

Fields, Gary S. 2011. “Reflections on My Immersion in India.” Working Paper.

Fields, Gary S. 2011. “What We Know (and Want to Know) About Earnings Mobility in Developing Countries.” Working Paper.

Maria D. Fitzpatrick

How Much Do Public School Teachers Value Their Pension Benefits?” Forthcoming. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.

“Does State Preschool Crowd-Out Private Provision? The Impact of Universal Pre-Kindergarten on the Childcare Sector in Oklahoma and Georgia” with Daphna Bassok and Susanna Loeb. Forthcoming. Journal of Urban Economics.

“How Does Teacher Retirement Affect Student Achievement?” with Michael Lovenheim. 2014. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. Vol 6, No 3, pp.120-154.

“Retiree Health Insurance for Public School Employees: Does it Affect Retirement and Mobility.” Forthcoming. Journal of Health Economics.

Bassok, Daphna, Maria D. Fitzpatrick, Susanna Loeb, and Agustina Paglayan. Forthcoming. “The Early Childhood Care and Education Workforce: Understanding Changes from 1990 through 2010” Education Finance and Policy.

Fitzpatrick, Maria D. 2012. “Revising Our Thinking about the Relationship between Maternal Labor Supply and Preschool.” Journal of Human Resources 47(3):583-612.

Fitzpatrick, Maria D., David Grissmer, and Sarah Hastedt. 2011. “What a Difference a Day Makes: Estimating the Effects of Kindergarten on Children’s Test Scores.” Economics of Education Review 30(2):269-79.

Fitzpatrick, Maria D. 2010. “Preschoolers Enrolled and Mothers at Work? The Effects of Universal Pre-Kindergarten.” Journal of Labor Economics 28(1):51-85.

Fitzpatrick, Maria D. 2008. “Starting School at Four: The Effect of Universal Pre-Kindergarten on Children’s Academic Achievement.” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 8(1): Article 46.

Gustavo Flores-Macias

“Political Parties at War: A Study of American War Finance 1789-2010,” American Political Science Review 107: 4 (November 2013) with Sarah Kreps

Flores-Macias, Gustavo. Forthcoming. “Collective Remittances in Comparative Perspective: The Cases of El Salvador and Mexico.” Pp. 563-80 in The Ashgate Research Companion to Migration Theory and Policy, edited by S. Juss. London: Ashgate.

Flores-Macias, Gustavo and Sarah Kreps. Forthcoming. “The Foreign Policy Consequences of China’s Economic Rise: A Study of China’s Commercial Relations with Africa and Latin America, 1992-2006,” Journal of Politics.

Flores-Macias, Gustavo. 2013. “Mexico’s 2012 Election: The Return of the PRI.” Journal of Democracy 24(1):128-41.

Flores-Macias, Gustavo. 2012. After Neoliberalism? The Left and Economic Reforms in Latin America. New York: Oxford University Press.

Flores-Macias, Gustavo. 2012. “Making Migrant-Government Partnerships Work: Insights from the Logic of Collective Action.” Political Science Quarterly 127(3):417-43.

Robert H. Frank

DeSteno, David, Cynthia Breazeal, Robert H. Frank, David Pizarro, Jolie Baumann, Leah Dickens, and Jin Joo Lee.“Detecting the Trustworthiness of Novel Partners in Economic Exchange.” Psychological Science 23.12 (2012): 1549-1556.

Frank, Robert H. 2012. The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Frank, Robert H. 2011. “Why Do Americans Save So Little and Does It Matter?” Pp. 417-36 in Thrift and Thriving in America: Capitalism and Moral Order from the Puritans to the Present, edited by J. Yates and J. D. Hunter. New York: Oxford University Press.

Frank, Robert H. 2010. “Relative Deprivation, Inequality and Consumer Spending in the United States.” Pp. 165-73 in Beyond the Consumption Bubble, edited K. M. Ekstrom and K. Glans. New York: Routledge.

Eli Friedman

Friedman, Eli. 2012. “Dissociated Development: Between Countryside and City.” Pp. 25-27 in Factory Towns of South China, edited by S. Al. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Charles Geisler

Feldman, Shelley, Charles Geisler, and Gayatri A. Menon. 2012. Accumulating Insecurity, Securing Accumulation: Militarizing Everyday Life. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

Geisler, Charles. 2012. “New Terra Nullius Narratives and the Gentrification of Africa’s ‘Empty Lands’.” Journal of World-System Research 18(1):15-29.

Feldman, Shelley and Charles Geisler. 2012. “Land Expropriation and Displacement in Bangladesh.” Journal of Peasant Studies 39(3-4):971-93.

Angela A. Gonzales

Gonzales, Angela., Jeffrey Henderson, Eva Garroutte, Andy Bogart, and Dedra Buchwald. In Press. “Influence of Cultural Factors on Mammography Use Among American Indian Women.” Preventative Medicine.

Gonzales, Angela A. and Timothy Q. Evans. In Press. “The Imposition of Law: The Federal Acknowledgment Process and the Legal De/Construction of American Indian Collective Identity.” In Sovereignty Struggles and Native Rights in the United States: State and Federal Recognition, edited by A. E. D. Ouden and J. M. O’Brien. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Gonzales, Angela A., Elizabeth Dansie, Thanh G.N. Ton, Jack Goldberg, and Dedra Buchwald. Under Review. “Social Capital and Colorectal Cancer Knowledge and Screening Among American Indians: Implications for Health Promotion and Intervention.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.

Gonzales, Angela A. Under Review. “Blood and (Be)Longing: Genetics, Genealogy, and the Bio-logics of American Indian Identity.” Racial and Ethnic Studies.

Gonzales, Angela A., Eva Garroutte, Thanh G.N. Ton, Jack Goldberg, and Dedra Buchwald. 2012. “Effect of Tribal Language Use on Colorectal Cancer Screening Among American Indians.” Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 14(6):975-82.

Gonzales, Angela A., Thanh G.N. Ton, Eva Garroutte, Jack Goldberg, and Dedra Buchwald. 2010. “Perceived Risk of Cancer Among American Indians: Implications for Intervention.” Ethnicity & Disease 20(4):458-62.

Travis Lars Gosa

Gosa, Travis L. 2013. “Why Do Students Resist Hip Hop Studies?” Pp. 109-28 in Teaching Politics Beyond The Book: Film, Text, and New Media in the Classroom, edited by R. W. Glover and D. Tagliarina. New York: Bloomsbury.

Gosa, Travis L. 2012. “The Audacity of Dope: Rap Music, Race, and the Obama Presidency.” Pp. 85-96 in The Iconic Obama, 2007-2009, edited by N. Yanes & D. Carter. Jefferson, NC: McFarland &Company.

Gosa, Travis L. 2012. “Black Youth, Social Media, and the 2008 Presidential Election.” Pp. 219-36 in Social Media: Impact & Usage, edited by H. Al-Deen and J. A. Hendricks. Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books.

Gosa, Travis L. and Tristan Fields. 2012. “Is Hip Hop Education Another Hustle? The (Ir)Responsible Use of Hip Hop as Pedagogy.” Pp. 195- 210 in Hip-Hop(e): The Cultural Practice and Critical Pedagogy of International Hip-Hop, edited by B. J. Porfilio and M. Viola. New York: Peter Lang.

Gosa, Travis L. 2012. “Crank Dat Barack Obama!: Social Media and Race in the 2008 Presidential Election.” Pp. 101-06 in Race/Gender/Media: Considering Diversity Across Audience, Content, and Producers, 3rd Edition, edited by R. A. Lind. Allyn & Bacon Press.

Gosa, Travis L. 2012. “Mama Tried: Narratives of Good and Bad Mothering in Rap Music.” Pp. 17-28 in Mothering & Hip Hop Culture: Representation and Experience, edited by M. Motapanya. Toronto: Demeter Press.

Douglas T. Gurak

Kritz, Mary M., Douglas T. Gurak and MMin-Ah Lee. 2013. “Foreign-born Out-migration from New Destinations: Onward or Back to the Enclave.” Social Science Research 42(2):527-546.

Kritz, Mary M. and Douglas T. Gurak. 2013. “U.S. Internal Migration of Immigrants and New Destinations.” In Ness, Immanuel (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Norton, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Gurak, Douglas T. and Mary M. Kritz. 2012. “Elderly Immigrants in Rural America: Trends and Characteristics.” Pp. 331-54 in Rural Aging in the 21st Century, edited by N. Glasgow and E. H. Berry. New York: Springer.

Kritz, Mary M., Douglas T. Guark, and Min-Ah Lee. 2011. “Will They Stay? Foreign-Born Out-Migration from New U.S. Destinations.” Population Research & Policy Review 30(4):537-67.

Matthew Hall                                                       

Hall, Matthew. Forthcoming. “Direct Retrospective Self-Report (Cross-Sectional) Method” in Frank D. Bean and Susan K. Brown (eds.) Encyclopedia of Migration, Springer.

Krysan, Maria, Matthew Hall, and Patrick Washington. 2013. “Immigration Ambivalence in Suburbia: Evidence from Lake County.” Public Policy Brief, Chicago Area Study, Institution of Government and Public Affairs, University of Illinois.

Hall, Matthew. Forthcoming. “Residential Integration on the New Frontier: Immigrant Segregation in Established and New Destinations.” Demography.

Hall, Matthew and Kyle Crowder. 2011. “Extended-Family Resources and Racial Inequality in the Transition to Homeownership.” Social Science Research 40(6):1534-46.

Hall, Matthew and George Farkas. 2011. “Adolescent Cognitive Skills, Attitudinal/Behavioral Traits, and Career Wages.” Social Forces 89(4):1261-85.

Crowder, Kyle, Matthew Hall, and Stewart Tolnay. 2011. “Neighborhood Immigration and Native Out-Mobility.” American Sociological Review 76(1):25-47.

Hall, Matthew, Emily Greenman and George Farkas. 2010. “Legal Status and Wage Disparities for Mexican Immigrants.” Social Forces 89(2):491-513.

Hall, Matthew and Barrett Lee. 2010. “How Diverse are U.S. Suburbs?” Urban Studies 47(1):3-28.

Hall, Matthew, Deborah Graefe, and Gordon De Jong. 2010. “Economic Self-Sufficiency of Immigrant Women after TANF Participation: Welfare Eligibility as a Natural Experiment.” Social Science Research 39(1):78-91.

Kevin F. Hallock

Hallock, Kevin F., Michael Strain, and Doug Webber. 2012. “Job Loss and Effects of Firms and Workers.” Pp. 3-50 in Downsizing: Is Less Still More?, edited by C. Cooper, A. Pandey, and J. Quick. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Hallock, Kevin F. and Craig A. Olson. 2010. “New Data for Answering Old Questions Regarding Employee Stock Options.” Pp. 149-80 in Labor and The New Economy, edited by K. G. Abraham, J. R. Spletzer, and M. Harper. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

Florin, Beth, Kevin F. Hallock, and Douglas Webber. 2010. “Executive Pay and Firm Performance: Methodological Considerations and Future Directions.” Pp. 49-86 in Research in Personnel and Human Resources, Management, edited by H. Liao, J. J. Martocchio, and A. Joshi. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Card, David, Kevin F. Hallock, and Enrico Moretti. 2010. “The Geography of Giving: The Effect of Corporate Headquarters on Local Charities.” Journal of Public Economics 94(3-4):222-34.

Hallock, Kevin F. 2012. Pay: Why People Earn What They Earn and What You Can Do Now to Make More. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Anna Haskins

Haskins, Anna R. 2015 (in press). “Paternal Incarceration and Child-Reported Behavioral Functioning at Age 9.” Social Science Research.

Turney, Kristin and Anna R. Haskins. 2014. “Falling Behind?: Children’s Early Grade Retention after Paternal Incarceration.” Sociology of Education 87: 241-258.

Shoji, Megan, Anna R. Haskins, David Rangel and Kia Sorensen. 2014. “The Emergence of Social Capital in Low-­‐‑Income Latino Elementary Schools.” Early Childhood Research Quarterly 29: 600-­‐‑613.

Haskins, Anna R. 2014. “Unintended Consequences: Effects of Paternal Incarceration on Child School Readiness and Later Special Education Placement.” Sociological Science 1: 141-­‐‑157.

Fiel, Jeremy, Anna R. Haskins and Ruth N. López Turley. 2013. “Reducing School Mobility: A Randomized Trial of a Relationship-­‐‑Building Intervention.” American Educational Research Journal 50: 1188-­‐‑1218.

Wildeman, Christopher, Anna R. Haskins, and Christopher Muller. 2013. “Implications of Mass Imprisonment for Inequality among American Children” in The Punitive Turn: New Approaches to Race and Incarceration, pp. 117-­‐‑191, edited by Deborah E. McDowell, Claudrena Harold, and Juan Battle. University of Virginia Press.

Douglas Heckathorn

“Respondent-Driven Sampling: Origins, Current Developments, and Alternative Estimators.” By Douglas D. Heckathorn, Christopher Cameron, and Yongren Shi. Proceedings of the International Methodology Symposium2013 , Producing reliable estimates from imperfect frames, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada October 15-18, 2013. Published October 21, 2014.

“Nonresponse in Social Science Surveys: A Research Agenda Panel on a Research Agenda for the Future of Social Science Data Collection.” By Roger Tourangeau, Nancy Bates, Suzanne M. Bianchi, J. Michael Brick, Douglas D. Heckathorn, Larry Hedges, Arthur Kennickell, Kristen Olson, Nora Cate Schaeffer, Frank Stafford, Thomas Plewes, Brian Harris-Kojetin, and Michael J. Siri. Committee on National Statistics, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Academy Press. 2013.

“Relying on Injection Drug Users to Access and Adhere to HIV Therapeutics: Bittersweet Lessons Using Respondent- Driven Sampling and a Peer- Driven Intervention.” By Broadhead Robert S.,, Casey Borch, Yael van Hulst, Gordon Gauchat, Shabahang Tehrani, Kristi L. Stringer, Douglas D. Heckathorn, and Frederick L. Altice. Journal of Drug Issues, 42(2) 127–146, 2012.

“Assessing the Assumptions of Respondent-Driven Sampling in the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System among Injecting Drug Users.” Lansky, Amy, Amy Drake, Huong Pham, Melissa Cribbin, Cyprian Wejnert, Douglas D. Heckathorn. Open AIDS Journal 6:77-82, 2012.

Ronald J. Herring

Herring, Ronald J. 2012. “Class Politics in India: Euphemization, Power and Identity.” Pp. 129-43 in Handbook of Indian Politics, edited by A. Kohli and P. Singh. Oxon, UK: Routledge.

Herring, Ronald J. and N. Chandrasekhara Rao. 2012. “On the ‘Failure of Bt Cotton’: Analysing a Decade of Experience.” Economic & Political Weekly 47(18):45-54.

Herring, Ronald J. 2011. “Genetically Modified Crops.” Oxford Companion to Economics in India: Revised Edition, edited by K. Basu. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Herring, Ronald J. 2011. “The Goldilocks Paradox of Biosafety.” Review of Agrarian Studies 1(1).

Herring, Ronald J. and Frank Shotkoski. 2011. “Eggplant Surprise: The Puzzle of India’s First Transgenic Vegetable,” Pp. 10-25 in Scientific American WorldView. London: Nature Publishing Group.

Thomas A. Hirschl

Hirschl, Thomas A., Mark R. Rank, and Dela Kusi-Appouh. 2011. “Ideology and the Experience of Poverty Risk: Views about Poverty within a Focus Group Design.” Journal of Poverty 15: 350-70.

Rank, Mark R. and Thomas A. Hirschl. 2009. “Estimating the Risk of Food Stamp Use and Impoverishment During Childhood.” Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 163: 994-99.

Rank, Mark R. and Thomas A. Hirschl. Under Contract. American Misfortune: Economic Hardship and Risk Across the Life Course. Oxford University Press.

Robert Hutchens


Robert Hutchens. 2010. Worker Characteristics, Job Characteristics, and Opportunities for Phased Retirement, Labour Economics. 17(6):1010 – 1021.

Robert Hutchens, Karen Grace-Martin. 2006. Employer Willingness to Permit Phased Retirement: Why Are Some More Willing than Others?, Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 59(4):525-546.

Robert Hutchens. 2004. Erratum to ‘Numerical measures of segregation’, Mathematical Social Sciences. 47:259-260.

Robert Hutchens. 2004. One Measure of Segregation, International Economic Review. 45(2).

Natasha Cabrera, Robert Hutchens, H Elizabeth Peters. 2002. From Welfare to Child Care, Poverty Research News. 6(2):11-13.


Michael Jones-Correa

Jones-Correa, Michael and Els de Graauw. 2013. “The ‘Illegality Trap’: The Politics of Immigration and the Lens of Illegality.” Daedalus 142(3):185-198.

Jones-Correa, Michael and Els de Graauw. 2013. “Looking Back to See Ahead: Unanticipated Changes in Immigration from 1986 to the Present and Their Implications for American Politics Today.” Annual Review of Political Science 16:209-230.

Jones-Correa, Michael. 2013. “Thru-Ways, By-Ways and Cul-de-Sacs of Immigrant Political Incorporation,” in Jennifer Hochschild, Jacqueline Chattopadhay , Claudine Gay and Michael Jones-Correa eds. Outsiders No More? Models of Immigrant Political Incorporation. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 176-191.

Jones-Correa, Michael. 2013. “Contested Ground: Immigration in the United States,” in Rethinking National Identity in the Age of Migration. Gütersloh: Verlag Bertelsmann Siftung, pp. 199-226.

Jones-Correa, Michael. 2011. “Commonalities, Competition and Linked Fate.” in Edward Telles, Mark Sawyer and Gaspar Rivera-Salgado eds. Just Neighbors? Research on African American and Latino Relations in the United States. New York: Russell Sage, pp. 63-95.

Ravi Kanbur

Kanbur, Ravi, H. Bhorat, and N. Mayet. 2012. “Estimating the Causal Effect of Enforcement on Minimum Wage Compliance: The Case of South Africa.” Review of Development Economics 16(4):608-623.

Kanbur, Ravi, S.M. Dev, S. Galab, and G. Alivelu. 2012. “Organisation, Poverty and Women: Andhra Pradesh in Global Perspective.” Pp. 19-33 in Organising Poor Women: The Andhra Pradesh Experience, edited by S.M. Dev et. al. Academic Foundation Press.

Kanbur, Ravi, J. Beall, and D. Rodgers . 2012. “Rethinking the Latin American City.” Pp. 3-33 in Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century, edited by D. Rodgers, J. Beall and R. Kanbur. Palgrave MacMillan.

Kanbur, Ravi and F. Cowell. 2011. “Inequality: New Directions II.” Symposium in Journal of Economic Inequality 9(4).

Kanbur, Ravi and F. Cowell. 2011. “Inequality: New Directions I.” Symposium in Journal of Economic Inequality 9(3).

Kanbur, Ravi and Juzhong Zhuang, 2013. “Urbanization and Inequality in Asia.” (working paper)

Mary M. Kritz

M. Kritz. Forthcoming. “International Student Mobility and Tertiary Education Capacity in Africa,” International Migration.

Gurak, D.T. and M.M. Kritz. 2013. “Elderly Immigrants in Rural America: Trends and Characteristics.” In Rural Aging in 21st Century America, edited by N. Glasgow and E. H. Berry. New York: Springer.

Kritz, M.M., D.T. Gurak, and M.L. Lee. 2013. “Foreign-Born Out-Migration from New Destinations: Onward or Back to the Enclave?” Social Science Review 42(2):527-546.

Mary Fainsod Katzenstein

Katzenstein, Mary Fainsod and Mitali Nagrecha. 2011. “A New Punishment Regime.” Criminology and Public Policy 10(3):555-568.

Katxenstein, Mary Fainsod, Leila Mohsen Ibrahim, and Katharine D. Rubin. 2010. “Felony Disenfranchisement and the Dark Side of American Liberalism.” Perspectives on Politics 8(4):1035-1054.

Julilly Kohler-Hausmann

Kohler-Hausmann, Julilly. 2010. “Militarizing the Police: Officer Jon Burge’s Torture and Repression in the ‘Urban Jungle’.” In Challenging the Prison-Industrial Complex: Activism, Arts, and Educational Alternatives, edited by S. Hartnett. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Kohler-Hausmann, Julilly. 2010. “‘The Attila the Hun Law’: New York’s Rockefeller Drug Laws and the Making of a Punitive State.” Journal of Social History 44(1):71-95.

Daniel T. Lichter

Burton, L. M., D.T. Lichter, R.S. Baker, and J. M. Eason. 2013. “Inequality, Family Processes, and the ‘New’ Rural America.” Journal of Social Issues 57:1128-1151.

Lichter, D.T. 2013. “Integration or Fragmentation? Racial Diversity and the American Future.” Demography 50:359-391.

Addo, F., and D.T. Lichter. 2013. “Marriage, Marital History, and Black-White Wealth Differentials Among Older Women.” Journal of Marriage and Family 75:342-362.

Lichter, D.T., D. Parisi, and M.C. Taquino. 2012 “The Geography of Exclusion: Race, Segregation, and Concentrated Poverty.” Social Problems 59:364-388.

Lichter, D.T., and L.A. Cembaluk. 2012. “Family Change and Poverty in Appalachia.” Pp. 81-105 in Appalachian Legacy: Economic Opportunity after the War on Poverty (ed., J. Ziliak). Washington: Brookings Institution.

Lichter, D.T. 2012. “Immigration and the New Racial Diversity in Rural America.” Rural Sociology 77:3-35.

Lichter, D.T., and D. R. Graefe. 2011. “Rural Economic Restructuring: Implications for Children, Youth, and Families.” In Economic Restructuring and Family Wellbeing in Rural America (eds., K. Smith and A. Tickamyer). University Park, PA: Penn State University Press.

Parisi, D., D.T. Lichter, and M. Taquino. 2011. “Multi-Scale Residential Segregation: Black Exceptionalism and America’s Changing Color Line.” Social Forces 89:829-52.

Qian, Z-C., D.T. Lichter, and M.Crowley. 2010. “Chinese Children among the Poor: Comparing U.S. Natives with Immigrants from Taiwan, Mainland China, and Hong Kong.” Race and Social Problems 2:137–148.

Michael Lovenheim

Lovenheim, Michael, and Kevin Mumford. Forthcoming. “Do Family Wealth Shocks Affect Fertility Choices? Evidence from the Housing Market.” Review of Economics and Statistics.

Lovenheim, Michael, and Curtis Lockwood Reynolds. 2013. “The Effect of Housing Wealth on College Choice: Evidence from the Housing Boom.” Journal of Human Resources 48(2):1-35.

Lovenheim, Michael, and Curtis Lockwood Reynolds. 2011. “Changes in Postsecondary Choices by Ability and Income: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth.” Journal of Human Capital 5(1):70-109.

Lovenheim, Michael. 2011. “The Effect of Liquid Housing Wealth on College Enrollment.” Journal of Labor Economics 29(4):741-771.

Bound, John, Micahel Lovenheim, and Sarah Turner. 2010. “Why Have College Completion Rates Declined? An Analysis of Changing Student Preparation and Collegiate Resources.” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2(3):129-57.

Jordan D. Matsudaira

Matsudaira, Jordan D., Adrienne Hosek, and Elias Walsh. Forthcoming. “An Integrated Assessment of the Effects of Title I on School Behavior, Resources, and Student Achievement.” Economics of Education Review.

Matsudaira, Jordan D. Forthcoming. “Summer School and Student Achievement.” In International Handbook of Student Achievement, edited by J. Hattie and E. Anderman. London: Routledge.

Matsudaira, Jordan D. Forthcoming. “Monopsony in Health Labor Markets Theory, prima facie Plausibility, and Evidence.” In Encyclopedia of Health Economics, edited by T. Culyer. New York: Elsevier.

Philip David McMichael

McMichael, Philip David. 2012. Development and Social Change: A Global Perspective. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

McMichael, Philip David. 2012. “The Land Grab & Corporate Food Regime Restructuring.” Journal of Peasant Studies 39(3/4):681-701.

McMichael, Philip David and Geoffrey Lawrence. 2012. “The Question of Food Security.” International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 19(2):1-13.

Suzanne Mettler

Mettler, Suzanne. Forthcoming. “Obama and the Challenge of Submerged Policies,” commentary of lectures by Theda Skocpol, in Obama’s New Deal, Tea Party Reaction, and America’s Political Future, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Mettler, Suzanne. 2011. The Submerged State: How Invisible Government Policies Undermine American Democracy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Mettler, Suzanne and Lawrence R. Jacobs. 2011. “Why Public Opinion Changes: The Implications for Health and Health Policy,” Journal of Health Policy, Politics and Law 36(6):917-34.

“We Are the 96 Percent,” New York Times Op-Ed, with John Sides, September 24, 2012.

“Our Hidden Government Benefits”, New York Times Op-Ed, September 19, 2011.

Jamila Michener

Michener, Jamila. 2013.“Neighborhood Disorder and Local Participation: Examining the Political Relevance of ‘Broken Windows.” Political Behavior. 35 (4):777-806.

Michener, Jamila and Cathy J. Cohen and Andrew Dilts. 2012. “African American Women: Intersectionality in Politics.” in Henry L Gates Jr. et al. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of African American Citizenship, 1865-Present. New York: Oxford University Press.

Michener, Jamila and Cathy J. Cohen. 2010. “Minority Report: Kanye West, Barack Obama and Political Alienation.” Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future of American Politics. New York: Oxford University Press.

Michener, Jamila and Cathy J. Cohen. 2008. “The Attitudes and Behavior of Young Black Americans: A Research Summary.” in J. Q. Adams and Pearlie Strother-Adams (eds.) Dealing With Diversity: The Anthology Edition 2. Dubuque, IA: Kenda-Hunt Publishing.
Forthcoming 2014.
“Neighborhood Disorder and Local Participation: Examining the Political Relevance of ‘Broken Windows.’” Political Behavior.

“African American Women: Intersectionality in Politics,” (with Cathy J. Cohen and Andrew
Dilts) in Henry L Gates Jr. et al. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of African American Citizenship,1865-Present. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

“Minority Report: Kanye West, Barack Obama and Political Alienation,” (with Cathy J. Cohen) in Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future of American Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

Kelly Musick

Michelmore, Katherine and Kelly Musick. Forthcoming. “Field of Study and Fertility Patterns Among U.S. College Graduates.” Population Studies.

Meier, Ann and Kelly Musick. 2012. “Is the Family Dinner Overrated?New York Times Op-Ed, June 29, 2012.

Musick, Kelly and Ann Meier. 2012. “Child Well-Being and the Long Reach of Family Relationships.” Pp. 105–120 in Early Adulthood in a Family Context, edited by A. Booth, S. L. Brown, N. Landale, W. Manning, and S. M. McHale. New York: Springer.

Musick, Kelly and Ann Meier. 2012. “Assessing Causality and Persistence in Associations Between Family Dinners and Adolescent Well-Being.” Journal of Marriage and Family 74(3):476–493.

Musick, Kelly and Larry Bumpass. 2012. “Re-Examining the Case for Marriage: Union Formation and Changes in Well-Being.” Journal of Marriage and Family 74(1):1–18.

Musick, Kelly, Jennie E. Brand, and Dwight Davis. 2012. “Variation in the Relationship Between Education and Marriage: Marriage Market Mismatch?” Journal of Marriage and Family 74(1):53–69.

Anthony D. Ong

Ong, Anthony. D., Anthony L. Burrow, and Thomas E. Fuller-Rowell. 2012. “Positive Emotions and the Social Broadening Effects of Barack Obama.” Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 18(4):424-428.

Ong, Anthony. D., Jeremy D. Rothstein, and Bert N. Uchino. 2012. “Loneliness Accentuates Age Differences in Cardiovascular Responses to Social Evaluative Threat.” Psychology and Aging 27(1):190-198.

Fuller-Rowell, Thomas E., Gary W. Evans, and Anthony D. Ong. 2012. “Poverty and Health: The Mediating Role of Social Class Discrimination.” Psychological Science 23(7):734-739.

Johansson, Gunn, Gary W. Evans, Caroline Cederström, Leif W. Rydstedt, Thomas Fuller-Rowell, and Anthony D. Ong. 2012. “The Effects of Urban Bus Driving on Cardiovascular and Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Quasi-Experimental Study.” Psychosomatic Medicine 74(1):89-92.

Tom Pepinsky

Pepinsky, Tom. 2012. “The Political Economy of Financial Development in Southeast Asia.” Pp. 179-200 in East Asian Capitalism: Diversity, Continuity and Change, edited by A. Walter and X. Zhang. New York: Oxford University Press.

Pepinsky, Tom. 2012. “The Global Economic Crisis and the Politics of Non-Transitions.” Government and Opposition 47(2):135-161.

Pepinsky, Tom, R. William Liddle, and Saiful Mujani. 2012. “Testing Islam’s Political Advantage: Evidence from Indonesia.” American Journal of Political Science 56(3):584-600.

Pepinsky, Tom and Maria M. Wihardja. 2011. “Decentralization and Economic Performance in Indonesia.” Journal of East Asian Studies 11(3):337-372.

Pepinsky, Tom and Bozena C. Welborne. 2011. “Piety and Redistributive Preferences in the Muslim World.” Political Research Quarterly 64(3):491-505.

Karl Pillemer

Pillemer, Karl, Emily K. Chen, Kimberly S. Van Haitsma, Jeanne Teresi, Mildred Ramirez, Stephanie Silver, Gail Sukha, and Mark S. Lachs. 2012. “Resident-to-Resident Aggression in Nursing Homes: Results from a Qualitative Event Reconstruction Study.” The Gerontologist 24:92-112.

Pillemer, Karl, Rhoda H. Meador, Jeanne A. Teresi, Charles R. Henderson Jr., Emily K. Chen, Mark S. Lachs, Gabriel Boratgis, Stephanie Silver, and Joseph P. Eimicke. 2012. “Effects of Electronic Health Information Technology Implementation on Nursing Home Resident Outcomes.” Journal of Aging and Health 24:92-112.

Pillemer, Karl, Christin L. Munsch, Thomas Fuller-Rowell, Catherine Riffin, and J. Jill Suitor. 2012. “Ambivalence toward Adult Children: Differences between Mothers and Fathers.” Journal of Marriage and Family 74: 1101 – 1113.

Riffin, Catherine, J. Jill Suitor, M. C. Reid, and Karl Pillemer. 2012. “Chronic Pain and Parent–Child Relations in Later Life: An Important, but Understudied Issue.” Family Science 3:75-85.

Sechrist, Jori, J. Jill Suitor, Catherine Riffin, Kadari Taylor-Watson, and Karl Pillemer. 2012. “Race and Mothers’ Differentiation among their Adult Children: A Sequential Approach to Combining Quantitative and Qualitative Data.” Journal of Family Psychology 25:837-846.

Kenneth Roberts

Kenneth M. Roberts. 2013. “The Politics of Inequality and Redistribution in Latin America’s Post-Adjustment Era,” in Giovanni Andrea Cornia (ed.) The New Policy Model, Inequality and Poverty in Latin America Oxford University Press.

Kenneth M. Roberts. 2013. “Market Reform, Programmatic (De-)Alignment, and Party System Stability in Latin America,” Comparative Political Studies 46:12.

Kenneth M. Roberts. 2013. “Parties and Populism in Latin America,” in Carlos de la Torre and Cynthia Arnson (eds.) Latin American Populism in the Twenty-First Century Washington: Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Johns Hopkins University Press.

Steven Levitsky and Kenneth M. Roberts, eds. 2011. The Resurgence of the Left in Latin America Johns Hopkins University Press.

Rebecca Given, Kenneth M. Roberts, and Sarah Soule, eds. 2010. The Diffusion of Social Movements Cambridge University Press.

Paromita Sanyal

Rao, Vijayendra and P Paromita Sanyal. 2010. “Dignity through Discourse: Poverty and the Culture of Deliberation in Indian Village Democracies.” The Annals of the AAPSS 629:146-172.

Sanyal, Paromita. 2009. “From Credit to Collective Action: The Role of Microfinance in Promoting Women’s Social Capital and Normative Influence.” American Sociological Review 74(4):529-550.

Sharon Sassler

Miller, Amanda and Sharon Sassler. 2012. “The Construction of Gender in Cohabiting Relationships.” Qualitative Sociology 35(4):427-446.

Sassler, Sharon, Fenaba Addo, and Daniel T. Lichter. 2012. “The Tempo of Sexual Activity and Later Relationship Quality.” Journal of Marriage and Family 74:708-725.

Miller, Amanda J., Sharon Sassler, and Dela Kusi-Appouh. 2011. “The Specter of Divorce: Views from Working- and Middle-Class Cohabitors.” Family Relations 60(5):602-616.

Sassler, Sharon and Kara Joyner. 2011. “Social Exchange and the Progression of Sexual Relationships in Emerging Adulthood.” Social Forces 90(1):223-245.

Williams, Kristi, Sharon Sassler, Adrianne Frech, Fenaba Addo, and Elizabeth Cooksey. 2011. “Single Mothers, Union History, and Health at Midlife.” American Sociological Review 76(3):465-486.

Sassler, Sharon and Amanda J. Miller. 2011. “Class Differences in Cohabitation Processes.” Family Relations 60(2):163-177.

Anna Marie Smith

Smith, Anna Marie. Forthcoming. “Reading Thurgood Marshall as a Democratic Theorist: Race, School Finance, and the Courts,” in Education, Justice, and Democracy, edited by Danielle Allen and Rob Reich. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Smith, Anna Marie. 2012. “Deadly Force and Public Reason,” theory and event. Special issue, Trayvon Martin and State v. Zimmerman. Edited by Neil Roberts. 15:3.

Smith, Anna Marie. 2011. “Neo-eugenics: A Feminist Critique of Agamben,” Occasions 1:2.

Laura Tach

Tach, Laura and Kathryn Edin. Forthcoming. “The Compositional and Institutional Sources of Union Dissolution among Married and Unmarried Parents.” Demography.

McLanahan, Sara, Laura Tach, and Daniel Schneider. Forthcoming. “The Causal Effect of Father Absence.” Annual Review of Sociology.

Mendenhall, Ruby, Kathryn Edin, Jeff Kling, Jennifer Sykes, Laura Tach, and Katrin Kris. 2012. “The Role of the EITC in the Budgets of Low Income Families.” Social Service Review 86(3): 327-400.

Western, Bruce, Bloome, Deirdre, Sosnud, Benjamin, and Laura Tach. 2012. “Economic Insecurity among American Families.” Annual Review of Sociology 38:341-359.

Tach, Laura and Sarah Halpern-Meekin. 2012. “Marital Quality and Divorce Decisions: How do Premarital Cohabitation and Nonmarital Childbearing Matter?” Family Relations 61(4):571-585.

Tach, Laura and Kathryn Edin. 2011. “Low-Income Men as Partners.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 635: 56-75.

Pamela Tolbert

Banerjee, Mallika, Pamela S. Tolbert and Thomas DiCiccio. 2012. “Friend or Foe? The Effects of Contingent Workers on Standard Workers’ Job Attitudes.” International Journal of Human Resource Management 11:2180-2204.

Duguid, Michelle, Denise L. Loyd and Pamela S. Tolbert. 2012. “The Impact of Categorical Status, Numeric Representation and Work Group Prestige on Preference for Demographically Similar Others: A Value Threat Approach.” Organization Science 23:386-401.

Gunz, Hugh, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Pamela S. Tolbert. 2011. “Career as a Social and Political Phenomenon in the Globalized Economy.” Organization Studies 32:613-620.

Tolbert, Pamela S., Robert David and Wesley D. Sine. 2011. “Institutional Theory and Entrepreneurship Research: Studying Choice and Change.” Organization Science 22(5): 1332-1344.

Gerald Torres

Environmental Law, Essay In Oxford Encyclopedia Of Latino/As In Politics (Suzanne Oboler And Deena Gonzalez (Eds.)) (2014) (In Press)

Changing The Wind: Notes Toward A Demosprudence Of Law & Social Movements, 123 Yale L. J. 2740 (2014) (With Lani Guinier)

The Public Trust: The Law’s Dna, 4 Wake Forest J. Of Law & Policy 281 (2014)(With Nate Bellinger)

Liquid Assets: Groundwater In Texas, 122 Yale L.J. Online 143 (2012), Http://Yalelawjournal.Org/2012/12/4/Torres.Html.

The Education of An Admissions Office, 65 Vand. L.Rev. En Banc211 (2012) (An Essay On The Fisher Case)

Political Race And The New Black, Chapter In The New Black, (Mack And Charles, Ed. Duke University Press) (2013)

The Constitutional Imaginary: Just Stories About We The People,71maryland L. Rev. 1052 (2012) (With Lani Guinier)

Nicolas van de Walle

Bleck, Jaimie and Nicolas van de Walle. Forthcoming. “Valence Issues in African Elections: Navigating Uncertainty and the Weight of the Past.” Comparative Political Studies.

van de Walle, Nicolas. 2012. “Between Authoritarianism and Democracy.” Journal of Democracy 3(1):169-173.

van de Walle, Nicolas. 2011. “The Path from Neopatrimonialism: Democracy and Clientelism in Africa Today”, Pp. 111-123 in Neopatrimonialism in Africa and Beyond, edited by Daniel Bach and Mamoudou Gazibo. New York: Routledge.

Bleck, Jaimie amd Nicolas van de Walle. 2011. “Parties and Issues in Francophone West Africa: Towards a Theory of Non-Mobilization.” Democratization. 18(5):1125-1145.

Maureen Waller

Waller, Maureen R. 2012. “Cooperation, Conflict, or Disengagement? Coparenting Styles and Father Involvement in Fragile Families.” Family Process 51:325-342.

McHale, James, Maureen R. Waller, and Jessica Pearson. 2012. “Coparenting Interventions for Fragile Families: What Do We Know and Where Do We Need to Go Next?” Family Process 51:284-306.

Kim Weeden

Weeden, Kim A., and David B. Grusky. Forthcoming (2014). “The Changing Form of Inequality.” Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, 4th edition, edited by David B. Grusky. Boulder: Westview Press. (Commissioned article based on Weeden & Grusky AJS 2012.)

Weeden, Kim A., and David B. Grusky. Forthcoming (2014). “Inequality and Market Failure.” American Behavioral Scientist.

Morgan, Stephen L., Theodore S. Leenman, Jennifer J. Todd, and Kim A. Weeden. 2013. “Occupational Plans, Beliefs about Educational Requirements, and Patterns of College Entry.” Sociology of Education 86(3):197-217.

Morgan, Stephen L., Theodore S. Leenman, Jennifer J. Todd, and Kim A. Weeden. 2013. “Stutter-Step Models of Performance in School.” Social Forces 91(4):1451-1474.

Morgan, Stephen L., Dafna Gelbgiser, and Kim A. Weeden. 2013. “Feeding the Pipeline: Gender, Occupational Plans, and College Major Selection.” Social Science Research 42(4):989-1005.

Grusky, David B., and Kim A. Weeden. 2013. “Why is There So Much Poverty?” Pp. 71-88 in Occupy the Future, edited by David B. Grusky, Doug McAdam, Rob Reich, and Debra Satz. Boston Review/MIT Press.

Weeden, Kim A, and David B. Grusky. 2012. “The Three Worlds of Inequality.” American Journal of Sociology 117(6):1723-85.

Elaine Wethington

Phillips-Caesar, Erica, Brian Wansink, Ginger Winston, Carol Devine, Bala Kanna, Elaine Wethington, Walid Michelen, Martin T. Wells, James Hollenberg, Janey Peterson, and Mary Charlson. Forthcoming. “Small Changes and Lasting Effects: Rationale, Design, and Methods.”  Contemporary Clinical Trials.

Cawley, John, Matthew Sweeney, Jeffery Sobal, Brian Wansink, David R. Just, Elaine Wethington, and William Schulze. 2015. “The Impact of a Supermarket Nutrition Rating System on Purchases of Nutritious and Less Nutritious Foods.” Public Health Nutrition 18 (1): 8-14.

Wethington, Elaine and Rachel E. Dunifon.  2012.  Research for the Public Good: Washington, DC:  American Psychological Association Press.

Sutin, Angelina R., Paul T. Costa, Elaine Wethington, and William W. Eaton.  2010. “Turning Points and Lessons Learned: Stressful Life Events and Personality Trait Development across Middle Adulthood.” Psychology and Aging 25:524-33

Ganzel, Barbara, Pamela Morris, and Elaine Wethington.  2010.  “Allostasis and the Human Brain:  Integrating Models of Stress from the Social and Life Sciences.”  Psychological Review 117:134-74.

Wethington, Elaine and Wendy L. Johnson-Askew.  2009.  “Contributions of the Life Course Perspective to Research on Food Decision-making.”  Annals of Behavioral Medicine 38(Suppl. 1):S74-S80.

Christopher Wildeman

Wildeman, Christopher, and Kristin Turney. \Positive, Negative, or Null? The Effects of Maternal Incarceration on Children’s Behavioral Problems.” Demography51:1041-1068.

Wildeman, Christopher, and Jane Waldfogel. \Somebody’s Children or Nobody’s Chil-dren? How the Sociological Perspective Could Enliven Research on Foster Care.”AnnualReview of Sociology 40:599-618.

Wildeman, Christopher, Natalia Emanuel, John M. Leventhal, Emily Putnam-Hornstein, Jane Waldfogel, and Hedwig Lee. \The Prevalence of Conrmed MaltreatmentAmong US Children, 2004-2011.”JAMA Pediatrics168:706-713.

Wildeman, Christopher, and Natalia Emanuel. \Cumulative Risks of Foster Care Placement for American Children, 2000-2011.” PLOS ONE9:e92785.

Wildeman, Christopher, Signe Hald Anderson, Hedwig Lee, and Kristian Bernt Karl-son. \Parental Incarceration and Child Mortality in Denmark.” American Journal of Public Health 104:428-433

Wildeman, Christopher, and Sara Wakeeld. \The Long Arm of the Law: The Concen-tration of Incarceration in Families in the Era of Mass Incarceration.”Journal of Gender, Race, and Justice.17:367-389

Andrew Willford

Book Review: “Lost Selves and Lonely Persons: Experiences of Illness and Well-Being among Tamil Refugees in Norway,”  by Anne Gronseth. Medical Anthropology Quarterly spring, 27:2, 2014.

“Cosmopolitan Pasts and Monocultural Futures (?) of a Deccan Metropolis”,  in Perdue, Siu, and Tagliacozzo eds., Asia Inside Out.  (under contract: Harvard University Press)

“Every Indian is Burning Inside,” in The Abdulla Badawi Years: A retrospective.  Edited by Bridget Welsh.  Petaling Jaya: SIRD., 2013.

“The Letter of the Law and the Reckoning of Justice Among Tamils in Malaysia,” in Encountering Islam: The Politics of Religious Identities in Southeast Asia.  Yew-Foong Hui, ed. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012.

“The Last Plantations in Kuala Lumpur”, with S. Nagarajan.  in Subaltern Kuala Lumpur, edited by Yeoh Seng Guan.  (forthcoming, Routledge)

“From the margins to centre stage: ‘Indian’ demonstration effects and Malaysia’s political landscape”, Tim Bunnell, S.Nagarajan, and Andrew Willford, Urban Studies: 1-22: 2010.

Lindy Williams

Williams, Linda B. and M. P. Guest, editors. 2012. Demographic Change in Southeast Asia: Recent Histories and Future Directions, Cornell Southeast Asia Program, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.

Williams, Linda B. and Marie Joy B. Arguillas. “The Impact of Parents’ Overseas Employment on Educational Outcomes of Filipino Children.” International Migration Review 44(2):300-319.

Erin York Cornwell

York Cornwell, Erin. Forthcoming. “Social Resources and Disordered Living Conditions: Evidence from a National Sample of Community-Residing Older Adults.” Research on Aging.

York Cornwell, Erin and Valerie P. Hans. 2011. “Representation through Participation: A Multilevel Analysis of Jury Deliberations.” Law & Society Review 45:667-698.

Cagney, Kathleen A. and Erin York Cornwell. 2010. “Neighborhoods and Health in Later Life: The Intersection of Biology and Community.” Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics 30:323-348.

York Cornwell, Erin and Linda J. Waite. 2009. “Social Disconnectedness, Perceived Isolation, and Health among Older Adults.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50(1):31-48.

York Cornwell, Erin and Benjamin Cornwell. 2009. “Access to Expertise as a Form of Social Capital: An Examination of Race- and Class-Based Disparities in Network Ties to Experts.” Sociological Perspectives 51(4):853-876.

Nicolas Ziebarth

Ziebarth, Nicolas R. and M. Karlsson. Forthcoming. “The Effects of Expanding the Generosity of the Statutory Sickness Insurance System.” Journal of Applied Econometrics.

Frick, J. R. and Nicolas R. Ziebarth. Forthcoming. “Welfare-Related Health Inequalities: Does the Choice of Measure Matter?” European Journal of Health Economics.

Ziebarth, Nicolas R. 2012. “Long-Term Absenteeism and Moral Hazard – Evidence from a Natural Experiment.” DIW Discussion Paper 888/2009.

Schmitz, H. and Nicolas R. Ziebarth. 2012. “In Absolute or Relative Terms? How Framing Prices Affects the Consumer Price Sensitivity of Health Plan Choice”, IZA Discussion Paper No. 6241.

Ziebarth, N. R. 2010. “Measurement of Health, Health Inequality, and Reporting Heterogeneity,” Social Science & Medicine, 71(1):116-124.

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