CPRC 2019 Population Association of America Participation

CPRC Member Participation
2019 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America
April 10th – April 13th Austin, TX

Thursday April 11

24:  Immigrant Integration and Incorporation

Thursday, April 11 8:30am- 10:00am, Lone Star H

24-4: “Immigration System, Labor Market Structures, and Overeducation of High-Skilled Immigrants in the United States and Canada”
Contributors: Yao Lu*, Columbia University; Feng Hou, Statistics Canada
Abstract

31:  Wealth and Debt Disparities
Thursday, April 11 10:30am- 12:00pm, Lone Star H

31-2: “The Gender Wealth Gap in the United States, 2008–2013”
Contributors: Laurel Sariscsany*, Columbia University.
Abstract

31-3: “The Effects of State-Level Child Support Enforcement on Long-Term Patterns of Arrears Accumulations Among Noncustodial Fathers”
Contributors: Hyunjoon Um*, Columbia University.
Abstract

42: Educational Attainment and Labor Market Outcomes
Thursday, April 11 10:30am- 12:00pm, Meeting Room 301

42-2: “Training Regimes and Skill Formation in France and Germany: An Analysis of Change Between 1970 and 2010”
Contributors: Benjamin Elbers, Columbia University; Thomas A. DiPrete*, Columbia University.
Abstract

61: Geographic Patterns of Morbidity and Mortality
Thursday, April 11 1:00pm- 2:30pm, Meeting Room 203

61-1: “Global Subnational Distribution of Infant Mortality Rates”
Contributors: Dara Mendeloff, Columbia University; Susana Beatriz Adamo*, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; Marc Levy, Columbia University; Alex de Sherbinin, Columbia University.
Abstract

62: Fertility Timing: Causes and Consequences
Thursday, April 11 1:00pm- 2:30pm, Meeting Room 311

62-4: “Who Are Young Mothers Today? Examining Economic and Demographic Trends in the Current Population Survey”
Contributors: Naomi Zewde*; Sophie Collyer, Columbia University; Christopher T. Wimer*, Columbia University.< br /> Abstract

68: Capturing Hard-to-Measure Outcomes in Sexual and Reproductive Health
Thursday, April 11 1:00pm- 2:30pm, Meeting Room 306
Chair: Margaret Frye, University of Michigan
Discussant: Jennifer S. Hirsch*, Columbia University
Discussant: Alexander Weinreb, University of Texas at Austin

92: School Diversity and Student Outcomes Thursday, April 11 3:00pm- 4:30pm, Meeting Room 301 Chair: Sigal Alon, Tel Aviv University Discussant: Thomas A. DiPrete*, Columbia University

93: Family Planning and Sexual and Reproductive Health in Conflict and Emergency Settings Thursday, April 11 3:00pm- 4:30pm, Meeting Room 306
93-3: “Syrian Refugee Women’s Empowerment and Fertility: Evidence From Jordan” Contributors: Goleen Samari*, Columbia University. Abstract

Poster Session 5: Health & Mortality 1 Thursday, April 11 4:30pm- 6:00pm, Griffin Hall
Poster: “Physician Race/Ethnicity and African American Women’s Reproductive Health” Contributors: Angela Clague, University of California, Los Angeles; Julien O. Teitler*, Columbia University; Rayven Plaza, Columbia University; Kayuet Liu, University of California, Los Angeles.

107: Causes of Adverse Birth Outcomes Thursday, April 11 5:00pm- 6:30pm, Meeting Room 204 Chair: Julien O. Teitler*, Columbia University Discussant: Tim-Allen Bruckner, University of California, Irvine
107-4: “Disparities in Maternal Health Behaviors During Pregnancy: Estimating the Role of Income From a Natural Experiment” Contributors: Molly A. Martin , Pennsylvania State University; Tiffany Green, Virginia Commonwealth University; Elizabeth O. Ananat*, Duke University. Abstract

110: Projecting Fertility in a Time of Demographic Change: Will It Rise or Fall? Thursday, April 11 5:00pm- 6:30pm, Meeting Room 311
110-1: “Adolescent Fertility: A Multi-Temporal Subnational Perspective Across Low- and Middle-Income Countries”
Contributors: Alessandra Carioli , University of Southampton; Natalia Tejedor, University of Southampton; Kristine Nielsen, University of Southampton; Carla Pezzulo, University of Southampton; Jeremiah J. Nieves, University of Southampton; Greame Hornby, University of Southampton; David Kerr, University of Southampton; Heather Chamberlain, University of Southampton; Nikolaos Vesnikos, University of Southampton; Linda Pistolesi, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; Susana Beatriz Adamo*, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; Andrea Gaughan, University of Louisville; Forrest Stevens, University of Louisville; William James, University of Leeds; Alessandro Sorichetta, University of Southampton; Andrew J. Tatem, University of Southampton.
Abstract

Friday April 12


Poster Session 6: Health & Mortality & Aging Friday, April 12 8:00am- 9:30am, Griffin Hall
Poster: “Disparities in Adult Depression by Educational Attainment: What Are the Age Patterns?” Contributors: Megan Todd, Princeton University; Julien O. Teitler*, Columbia University.
Poster: “Life Course Socioeconomic Determinants of Early Adulthood Cognition” Contributors: Max Reason , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Daniel W. Belsky*, Duke University; Kathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Moira Johnson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Katsuya Oi, Northern Arizona University; Brenda Plassman, Duke University; Yang Claire Yang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

153: Poverty and Social Policy Friday, April 12 10:15am- 11:45am, Meeting Room 202 Chair: Jane Waldfogel*, Columbia University Discussant: Lisa A. Gennetian, Institute for Human Development and Social Change, New York University Discussant: Bradley Hardy, American University

153-4: “Heterogeneous Effects of Anti-Poverty Programs on Health Outcomes: Evidence From the Opportunity NYC-Family Rewards Randomized Controlled Trial” Contributors: Emilie Courtin, Harvard University; James Riccio, MDRC; Nandita Verma, MDRC; Mauricio Avendano, King's College London / Harvard University; Peter Muennig*, Columbia University.
Abstract 

156: Environmental Factors Associated With Health and Mortality
Friday, April 12 10:15am- 11:45am, Meeting Room 203

156-4: “How (In)Visible Are the Health Risks of Climate Change?”
Contributors
: Luke Parry , Lancaster University; Claudia Radel, Utah State University; Susana Beatriz Adamo*, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University; Miriam Counterman, University of Colorado; Nadia Y. Flores-Yeffal, Texas Tech University; Diego Pons, University of Denver; Paty Romero-Lankao, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR); Jason Vargo, Climate Change and Health Equity Program, California Department of Public Health.
Abstract


Poster Session 8: Economy, Labor Force, Education, & Inequality 

Friday, April 12 12:30pm- 2:00pm, Griffin Hall

Poster: “When Jobs Disappear or Become Unstable: Income Dynamics and Economic Well-being Among Urban Households”
Contributors
: Yixia Cai, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Christopher T. Wimer*, Columbia University; Lawrence M. Berger, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

181: Fathers and Families
Friday, April 12 1:00pm- 2:30pm, Meeting Room 304

181-3: “Length of Paternity Leave and Children’s Reports of Father-Child Relationships and Delinquency”
Contributors
: Richard Petts , Ball State University; Chris Knoester, The Ohio State University; Jane Waldfogel*, Columbia University.
Abstract

Poster Session 9: Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions; Gender, Race, & Ethnicity
Friday, April 12 2:30pm- 4:00pm, Griffin Hall

Poster: “Early Effects of the New York City Paid Sick Leave Law”
Contributors
: Matthew Maury, Columbia University, Christopher T. Wimer*, Columbia University, Jane Waldfogel*, Columbia University

190: Spatial Effects on Reproductive Health and Fertility
Friday, April 12 2:45pm- 4:15pm, Lone Star B

190-3: “Spatial Diffusion of Elective Obstetric Interventions: A Population-Wide Study of New Jersey”
Contributors
: Kayuet Liu , University of California, Los Angeles; Julien O. Teitler*, Columbia University; Peter S. Bearman*, Columbia University; Angela Clague, University of California, Los Angeles; Rayven Plaza, Columbia University; Nancy Reichman, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Abstract


193: Measuring Poverty
Friday, April 12 2:45pm-4:15pm, Meeting Room 202
Chair: David Johnson, University of Michigan
Discussant: Christopher T. Wimer*, Columbia University

206: The Importance of Socioeconomic Status on Child Outcomes
Friday, April 12 2:45pm-4:15pm, Meeting Room 310
Chair: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina
Discussant: Yi Wang*, Columbia University

 

Saturday April 13


 


210: Flash Session: Recent Trends in Fertility and Contraception in the United States
Saturday, April 13 9:15am- 10:45am, Lone Star A

210-5: “Recent Trends in Elective Deliveries in New Jersey and California”
Contributors
: Julien O. Teitler*, Columbia University; Kayuet Liu, University of California, Los Angeles; Rayven Plaza, Columbia University; Angela Clague, University of California, Los Angeles; Peter S. Bearman*, Columbia University; Nancy Reichman , Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Abstract

 

Poster Session 11: Health & Mortality 2
Saturday, April 13 11:00am- 12:30pm, Griffin Hall

Poster: “The Role of Child-Support Debt on the Development of Mental Health and Alcohol Abuse Problems Among Nonresident Fathers”
Contributors: Hyunjoon Um*, Columbia University

233: Families, Law, and Public Policy
Saturday, April 13 11:15am- 12:45pm, Meeting Room 302

233-1: “Understanding the Effects of California’s Paid Family Leave Law on Maternal Health”
Contributors
: Ann Bartel*, Columbia Business School, Columbia University; Elizabeth Doran*, Columbia University; Christopher Ruhm, University of Virginia; Jane Waldfogel*, Columbia University.
Abstract

 

234: Climate Change and Population Health
Saturday, April 13 11:15am-12:45pm, Meeting Room 303
Chair: Susana Beatriz Adamo*, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Columbia University
Discussant: Raya Muttarak, Vienna Institute of Demography

235: Social Aspects of Place and Health

Saturday, April 13 11:15am- 12:45pm, Meeting Room 304

235-4: “State-Level Variation in the Cumulative Prevalence of Confirmed Maltreatment and Foster Care Placement, 2004–2015”
Contributors
: Youngmin Yi , Cornell University; Natalia Emanuel, Yale University; Jane Waldfogel*, Columbia University; John E. Leventhal, Yale University; Hedwig Lee, Washington University in St. Louis; Christopher Wildeman, Cornell University.
Abstract

239: Flash Session: Social Policy and Child Well-being
Saturday, April 13 1:00pm- 2:30pm, Lone Star A

239-4: “The Effect of Medicaid on Child Maltreatment: Evidence From the Expansion”
Contributors
: Jessica Pac*, Columbia University.
Abstract

239-5: “The Protective Effect of Housing Assistance on Housing Hardship”
Contributors
: Ian Lundberg, Princeton University; Sarah Gold; Louis Donnelly, Rutgers University; Jeanne Brooks-Gunn*, Columbia University; Sara McLanahan, Princeton University.
Abstract