Jennifer Karas Montez (SOC) was quoted in the Scientific American article, "U.S. Life Expectancy Varies Significantly Based
CPR would like to congratulate Stuart Rosenthal on his appointment as Chair of the Economics Department at the Maxwell School!
The American Sociological Association (ASA) Annual Meetings were in Montreal August 12th-15th. This year, CPR’s Madonna Harrington Meyer (Matilda White Riley Distinguished Scholar Award 2016) was a panelist for the Section on Aging and the Life Course at the Matilda White Riley Session and Business Meeting. CPR presenters include Senior Research Associates Colleen Heflin,
Yingyi Ma, Amy Lutz, and Research Assistant, Rebecca Wang.
No. 206 Abstract Pregnancy Medicaid Expansions and Fertility: Differentiating between the Intensive and Extensive Margins, Lincoln H. Groves, Sarah Hamersma, and Leonard M. Lopoo. August 2017, 49pp. WP206 Full Paper
No. 205 Abstract Labor Unions and Occupational Safety: Event-Study Analysis Using Union Elections, Ling Li, Shawn Rohlin, and Perry Singleton. July 2017, 36pp WP205 Full Paper
No. 204 Abstract "Financing Central Cities: The Economics Underlying Fiscal Strategy Options With Special Reference to Syracuse City and the Consensus Report," Michael Wasylenko. July 2017, 31pp. WP204 Full Paper
Policy Brief No. 51/2016 A Roadmap For Reducing Gun Violence in America. 28th Annual Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy. Daniel Webster (October)
Policy Brief No. 50/2014 Improving Public Health Safety Nets after an Economic Recession. 26th Annual Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy. Sanjay Basu (October)
Links of Interest:•
Paul Volcker Lecture
Education Finance and Accountability Program (EFAP)
Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy
Aging Studies Institute
Energy and Environmental Policy Research Workshop
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Driving Directions To CPR: • Irving Garage• Quad 1• Campus Map
Ling Li (ECON)
presented at the annual meeting of Society of Labor Economists (SOLE) this May