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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.

All seminars are from 1-2pm (unless listed otherwise) and held on Zoom until further notice.
 
2021

January 21 - Zoom Meeting ID: 956 9620 3397
Frank Stafford (U of M)
Gender Differences in Choosing a STEM Career: Using the Child Development Supplement and the Transition to Adulthood
 
February 18 - Zoom Meeting ID: 997 8032 6536
Christina Cross (Harvard)
Color, Class, and Context: Examining Heterogeneous Family Structure Effects
 
March 11 - Zoom Meeting ID: 965 1592 9538
Davis Daumler (U of M)
Cycles of Poverty and the Timing of Disadvantage
 
March 25 - Zoom Meeting ID: 963 0113 8077
Alexander Theloudis (LISER)
Intrahousehold Commitment and Intertemporal Labor Supply
 
April 22 - Zoom Meeting ID: 930 7346 9613
Noura Insolera (U of M)
Long-term impacts of College Students’ Food Insecurity on Future Socioeconomic Status, Wealth, and Food Insecurity
 
May 20 - Zoom Meeting ID: 918 6267 9681
Bradley Hardy (American University)
TBD
 
June 10 - Zoom Meeting ID: 943 2922 3432
Stephanie Heger (University of East Anglia)
TIME CHANGE: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon EST
Vice and Virtue Behaviors: Substitution and Non-Substitution Effects
 
2018

October 25 - 6050 ISR
Murray Leibbrandt (University of Cape Town)
South Africa's National Income Dynamics Study 2008-2018: Survey Challenges and Research Findings
 
2017

September 29 - 1430 BD-ISR
HwaJung Choi (Internal Medicine, School of Medicine)
 
April 13 - 1430 BD-ISR
Kyle Herkenhoff (Univ of Minnesota)
Can’t Pay or Won’t Pay? Unemployment, Negative Equity,and Strategic Default.
 
March 24 - 1430 BD-ISR
Frank Stafford (U of M)
How Important are Parental Occupations to the New Generation’s Occupation Mobility?
 
February 3 - 1430 BD-ISR
Heta Poylio (University of Turku)
Intergenerational Inequalities in the Impact of the Great Recession on Higher Education Enrollment.
 
 
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