Soc 997 - Demography Seminar

Fall 2017 Schedule

Organizers: Jenna Nobles and John Mullahy
Room: 8417 Sewell Social Sciences (unless otherwise indicated)
Time: 12:15-1:30 pm (unless otherwise indicated)

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Tuesday, September 12
John Cawley (Cornell University)
Food Choice: Results of a Randomized Field Experiment

Tuesday, September 19
Sanyu Mojola (University of Michigan)
Navigating Aging, Sexuality and HIV/AIDS in a Rural South African Community:
Applying an Age-Period-Cohort Lens to Qualitative Life History Interviews

Tuesday, September 26
Jeremy Freese (Stanford University)
The Promise and Puzzles of Polygenic Scores:
Evidence from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study

Tuesday, October 3
Arnie Aassve (Universita Bocconi)
Institutional Family Demography

Tuesday, October 10
Matthew Wiswall (UW-Madison)
Schooling and Child Development

Tuesday, October 17
Melinda Mills (Oxford University)
A Molecular Genetic Approach to Fertility Behavior

Tuesday, October 24
Elizabeth Ogburn (Johns Hopkins University)
Causal and Statistical Inference using Social Network Data

Tuesday, October 31
Ethan Fosse (Princeton University)
Rethinking Age-Period-Cohort Models in the Social Sciences

Tuesday, November 7
Deirdre Bloome (University of Michigan)
Income Gaps Between Levels of Education, Educational Expansion,
and Intergenerational Income Mobility in the United States

Tuesday, November 14
Michel Guillot (University of Pennsylvania)
Does the Migrant Mortality Advantage Persist for the Second Generation?
New Evidence from France

Tuesday, November 21

Tuesday, November 28
Michael Collins (UW-Madison)
Early Life Public Benefits Generosity and Later Life Financial Well Being

Tuesday, December 5
Melvin Stephens (University of Michigan)
The Impact of Health on Labor Market Outcomes:
Experimental Evidence from MRFIT

Tuesday, December 12
Robert Hummer (University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill)
Leveling the Playing Field? Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Infant Health
and Mortality among Low Risk Women in the United States

Tuesday, December 19
WINTER RECESS, no seminar

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Seminars from Previous Semesters