A seminar series is held during the academic year to provide a forum for users of the PSID data and its supplemental studies who wish to present their results and receive information and updates about the study. The seminar typically meets once a month on a Friday at the Institute for Social Research, and is open to all interested parties. To receive email invitations to the seminar, email psidhelp@umich.edu

2013
September 27  6006 ISR  Florian Hertel, University of Bremen.
Social Mobility in Post-Industrial Times: The US and Germany Compared
 
October 11  6006 ISR  Sayeh Nikpay, Populations Studies Center.
Job Lock and Health Insurance Tax Subsidies: Heterogeneity in the Response to Self-Employment Incentives among People with Pre-Existing Conditions
 
November 1  6006 ISR  Frank Stafford, Panel Study of Income Dynamics.
Stock and Bond Market Participation: Responses Before and During the Great Recession
 
December 13  6006 ISR  Amelia Karraker, Population Studies Center.
Psychological Human Capital and Mortality
 
2014
January 24  6006 ISR  Zahid Samancioglu, UofM Economics.
Household Perception of Macroeconomic Risks
 
March 28  6080 ISR
12:15-1:15pm
  Sara Kimberlin (Stanford), June Kim (UofM), and Luke Shaefer (UofM).
Estimating the Supplemental Poverty Measure in PSID
 
April 4  6006 ISR  Bryan Stuart (UofM Economics)
The Response of Homeowners and Renters to Job Loss
 
April 11  6080 ISR  Patrick Coate, Populations Studies Center.
Adult Children's Education and Parental Health in the PSID
 
November 7  6080 ISR  Frank Stafford, Panel Study of Income Dynamics.
The Dynamics of Family Stock Market Participation in Times of Turbulence: Revisiting Robert Shiller, 1984
 
December 12  6080 ISR  Nicole Hair
Examining Spillovers between Siblings: the Case of Childhood Disability and Human Capital.

Previous seminar series : 2004-05  2005-06  2006-07  2008-09  2009-10  2010-11  2011-12  2012-13  2013-14