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Econometric Analysis of Panel Data, 6th Edition
This textbook offers a comprehensive introduction to panel data econometrics, an area that has enjoyed considerable growth over the last two decades.
Silverstein Comments on Multigenerational Living in New York Times Article
Merril Silverstein, Marjorie Cantor Endowed Professor in Aging, was quoted in the New York Times article, "The Nuclear Family Is No Longer the Norm. Good."
See related: Mental Health, Parenting & Family, United States
Monnat Study on Support from Adult Children, Parent Health Published in JRSS
"Support from Adult Children and Parental Health in Rural America," co-authored by Associate Professor of Sociology Shannon Monnat, was published in the Journal of Rural Social Sciences.
See related: Aging, Child & Elder Care
Saba Siddiki Named Chapple Professor
Saba Siddiki has been named the Chapple Family Professor of Citizenship and Democracy at the Maxwell School. She is the fourth faculty member to hold the professorship, created in 2006 with a gift from alumnus and Maxwell School Advisory Board member John H. Chapple ’75 B.A. (PSc)/’11 Hon.
See related: Giving, Promotions & Appointments
Heflin Discusses Teen Food Insecurity, Education on This Week in Sociological Perspective Podcast
Professor Colleen Heflin was interviewed on the This Week in Sociological Perspective podcast about her upcoming paper, "Exposure to Food Insecurity during Adolescence and Educational Attainment."
See related: Children, Adolescents, Food Security, Social Justice, U.S. Education, United States
Drake Addresses Long-Standing Problems of Educational Inequality in New Book
In his new book, "Academic Apartheid: Race and the Criminalization of Failure in an American Suburb" (University of California Press, 2022), Sean J. Drake looks at how race and class intersect, contributing to educational inequality and modern school segregation.
See related: Civil Rights, Gender and Sex, Race & Ethnicity, Social Justice
Monnat's Research Cited in NY Times Article on Trump, Canadian Truckers' Protests
See related: Canada, Health Policy, Political Parties, United States
Schwartz, Rothbart Piece on Expanding Access to Free School Lunch Published in Education Next
See related: Children, Adolescents, Food Security, Nutrition, U.S. Education, United States
Lutz Examines How Social Contexts and Culture Affect Parenting Decisions in New Book
See related: Civil Rights, Parenting & Family
Flores-Lagunes Speaks to Marketplace About Jobs Numbers
See related: Economic Policy, Labor, United States
Perceived access to PrEP as a critical step in engagement
See related: Insurance
Conceptualising Policy Design in the Policy Process
In this article, Saba Siddiki, associate professor of public administration and international affairs, and her co-author discuss how scholars guided by different orientations to studying policy design are addressing and measuring common policy design concepts and themes, and offer future research opportunities.
Tracking COVID’s Toll
Pandemic research by Maxwell faculty and students is shaping policy and perception on everything from aging to opioid addiction.
See related: COVID-19, Food Security, Mental Health, Parenting & Family, United States
The impact of pork-barrel capital funding in schools: Evidence from participatory budgeting in NYC
See related: Economic Policy
Impacts of Property Tax Levy on Housing Price and Rent
See related: China
The Effect of EITC Exposure in Childhood on Marriage and Early Childbearing
See related: Parenting & Family
Limited contracts, limited quality? effects of adjunct instructors on student outcomes
Monnat Quoted in BBC Article on US Drug Overdose Deaths
See related: Addiction, COVID-19, Health Policy, United States
Hou paper on debt authority and overstatement of budgetary deficit published in IT&PF
See related: China
Hou Weighs in on China's Property Tax Expansion in Financial Times
See related: China, International Affairs, Taxation
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CPR Seminar Series: Elizabeth Linos
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