2006 Notestein Seminars

  • Discrimination in Low Wage Labor Markets.
    February 7, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Devah Pager, Sociology, Princeton University
  • Dignifying Discontent: Informal Workers' Organizations and the State of India.
    February 14, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Rina Agarwala, OPR, Princeton University
  • Nonparametric Estimation of Disability-Free Life Expectancy Using Period Life Table and Cross-Sectional Disability Survey.
    February 21, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Samir Soneji, OPR, Princeton University
     
  • Excess Weight and Health: A Longitudinal Analysis by Sex and Race.
    February 28, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Anna Zajacova, OPR, Princeton University
  • The Killing Fields Revisited: Lynching and Anti-Miscegenation Legislation in the Jim Crow South, 1882-1930.
    March 7, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Scott Leon Washington, OPR, Princeton University
  • The "European Social Model" and the USA.
    March 14, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Jens Alber, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung 
  • What Drives Inequality of Educational Opportunity? A Test of Stratification Theory from a Latin American Perspective.
    March 28, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Florencia Torche, Columbia University
  • What Occupational Segregation by Race, Sex, and Ethnic Ancestry Can Teach Us About Racial Classification.
    April 4, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Barbara Reskin, University of Washington
  • An Empirical Analysis of Acting White.
    April 11, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Roland Fryer, Harvard University
  • Deepening Pluralism: Building Solidarity to Eliminate Racial Health Inequality.
    April 18, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Arline Geronimus, University of Michigan
  • Spending More and Getting Less: Social Determinants and Disparities in Health as the Key to Understanding and Resolving America's Paradoxical Crisis of Health, Aging, and Health Care.
    April 25, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Jim House, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS), Stanford University
  • What Gives When Mothers Are Employed? Parental Time Allocation in Dual Earner and Single Earner Two-Parent Families.
    May 2, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Suzanne Bianchi, University of Maryland
  • The Aging Mind.
    September 19, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Denise Park, The University of Illinois, Beckman Institute
  • The American Welfare State: Laggard or Leader?
    September 26, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Irwin Garfinkel, School of Social Work, Columbia University
     
  • Parallel Pathways: Gender Similarity in the Impact of Social Support on Adolescent Depression and Delinquency.
    October 3, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Sarah Meadows, CRCW, Princeton University
  • Stature and Status: Height, Ability, and Labor Market Outcomes.
    October 11, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Anne Case and Chris Paxson, CHW, Princeton University
    Joint with the Center for Health and Wellbeing. 
  • Internationalizing International Migration Policy.
    October 17, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Paul Demeny, Population Council
  • Why Do We Age So Differently?
    October 24, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Kaare Christensen, University of Southern Denmark
  • Neighborhood Social Ecology and Adolescent Well-Being.
    November 7, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Chris Browning, The Ohio State University
  • New Evidence on the Effects of Maternal Work Hours on Low-Income Adolescent's Development.
    November 14, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Lisa Gennetian, MDRC
  • Do You Like Me as Much as I Like You? Friendship Reciprocity and Its Effects on School Outcomes among Adolescents.
    November 21, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Grace Kao, Asian American Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania
     
  • Dynamics of Childhood Poverty: A Latent Class Trajectory Approach.
    November 28, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Mary Clare Lennon, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University
  • Heterosexual Cohabitation in the United States: Motives for Living Together among Young Men and Women.
    December 5, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Pam Smock, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan
  • Racial and Ethnic Variation in Marital Disruption in the United States.
    December 12, 2006 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Megan Sweeney, UCLA