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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.

December 8
Zoom Meeting ID: 913 3884 4005
Joe LaBriola, SRC Assistant Research Professor, Faculty Associate Stone Center for Income Dynamics, University of Michigan
Housing Affordability, Parental Wealth, and the Transition to Homeownership
November 16  (11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Virtual Only)
Zoom Meeting ID: 951 7401 1288
Kent Jason Cheng, Ph.D. candidate, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
The Role of Parental Resources on Young Adult Children’s Educational and Job Aspirations and Expectations
October 27
Zoom Meeting ID: 984 3559 3425
Nishaad Rao, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Economics, University of Michigan
The Intergenerational Wealth Effects of Local Labor Markets
September 28
Zoom Meeting ID: 975 3330 5712
Joelle Abramowitz, SRC Assistant Research Scientist, Co-Director, Michigan Federal Statistical Research Data Center, University of Michigan
Using the PSID to Understand Non-Traditional Work Arrangements in the U.S.
May 19
Zoom Meeting ID: 936 3219 8374
Margaret Whitley (Univ of Michigan)
Working Conditions and Health Disparities
May 5
Zoom Meeting ID: 992 2665 2091
Alexander Adames (University of Pennsylvania)
Deciphering the Structure of Systemic Racism? Racial Differences in the Intergenerational Association of Intragenerational Income Mobility
April 14
Zoom Meeting ID: 940 1512 9439
Jake Hays (University of Michigan)
Family Structure and Household Wealth Inequality among Children
March 24
Zoom Meeting ID: 917 5596 6482
Nishaad Rao (University of Michigan)
The Intergenerational Wealth Effects of Local Labor Markets
February 17  (11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)
Zoom Meeting ID: 934 9548 6325
Tyler Radler (University of Michigan)
Child Health and Household Labor Supply
January 20
Zoom Meeting ID: 981 7411 1999
Sasha Killewald (Harvard University)
Have Changing Family Demographics Narrowed The Gender Wage Gap?
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