December 19, 2011

CSSRR Economics/Health/Sociology–December 19, 2011

Panel Study of Income Dynamics Bibliography Update: The University of Michigan Institute for Social Research PSID has recently added the following item to its bibliography. The entire bibliography can be searched or browsed in various ways at:


Abhishek, Mamgain. Do Low-Income Households Benefit From Homeownership?. California: University of Southern California; 2011 151 pp.

Aratani, Yumiko. Socio-Demographic Variations of Homeowners and Differential Effects of Parental Homeownership on Offspring’s Housing Tenure. Housing Studies. 2011; 26, (5):723.

Boca, Daniela Del and Flinn, Christopher. Endogeneous Household Interaction. Journal of Econometrics. 2012; 166, (1):49-65.

Chang, Sheng-Kai. Simulation Estimation of Two-Tiered Dynamic Panel Tobit Models with an Application to the Labor Supply of Married Women. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 2011; 26, (5):854-871.

Childers, Rachel G. Being One’s Own Boss: How Does Risk Fit In?. American Economist. 2011; 56, (1):48-59.

Deli, Fatma. Opportunity and Necessity Entrepreneurship: Local Unemployment and the Small Firm Effect. Journal of Management Policy and Practice. 2011; 12, (4):38-58.

Du, Jan and Leigh, J. Paul. Incidence of Workers Compensation INdemnity Clains Across Scoio-Demographic and Job Characteristics. American Journal of Industrical Medicine. 2011; 54, (10):758-770.

Elliott, William; Chowa, Gina, and Loke, Vernon. Toward a Children’s Savings and College-Bound Identity Intervention for Raising College Attendance Rates: A Multilevel Propensity Score Analysis. Sociology Mind. 2011; 1, (4):192-206.

Gough, Margaret and Killewald, Alexandra. Unemployment in Families: The Case of Housework. Journal of Marriage and Family. 2011; 73, (5):1085-1100.

Grieger, Lloyd D. and Danziger, Sheldon H. Who Receives Food Stamps During Adulthood? Analyzing Repeatable Events With Incomplete Event Histories. Demography. 2011; 48, (4):1601-1614.

Hall, Matthew and Crowder, Kyle. Extended-Family Resources and Racial Inequality in the Transition to Homeownership. Social Science Research. 2011; 40, (6):1534-1546.

Hohensee, Caroline Wollner. The Role of Physical Activity on Body Mass Index Among Middle and High School Children. North Carolina: The University of North Carolina-Charlotte; 2011 60 pp.

Johnson, Rucker C. and Schoeni, Robert F. Early-Life Origins of Adult Disease: National Longitudinal Population-Based Study of the United States. American Economic Review. 2011; 101, (12).

Kim, Jinhee; LaTaillade, Jaslean, and Kim, Haejeong. Family Processes and Adolescents’ Financial Behaviors. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. 2011; 32, (4):668.

Kuang, Yingxu; Englebrecht, Ted, and Gilley, Otis W. A Distributional Analysis of the Fair Tax Plan: Annual and Lifetime Income Considerations. Southern Economic Journal. 2011; 78, (2):358-382.

Kuku, Oluyemisi; Garasky, Steven, and Gundersen, Craig. The Relationship Between Childhood Obesity and Food Insecurity: A Nonparametric Analysis. Applied Economics. 2012; 44, (21):2667-2677.

Langton, Callie E. and Berger, Lawrence M. Family Structure and Adolescent Physical Health, Behavior, and Emotional Well-Being. The Social Service Review. 2011; 85, (3):323.

Lindo, Jason. Parental Job Loss and Infant Health. Journal of Health Economics. 2011; 30, (5):869-879.

Lovenheim, Michael F. The Effect of Liquid Housing Wealth on College Enrollment. Journal of Labor Economics. 2011; 29, (4):741-771.

Mesch, Debra J.; Brown, Melissa S.; Moore, Zachary I., and Hayat, Amir Daniel. Gender Differences in Charitable Giving. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing. 2011; 16, (4):342-255.

Morefield, Gary Brant. Empirical Essays in Health and Human Capital. North Carolina: The University of North Carolina-Greensboro; 2011 152 pp.

Osili, Una O.; Hirt, Deborah E., and Raghavan, Sindhu. Charitable Giving Inside and Outside the Workplace: The Role of Individual and Firm Characteristics. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing. 2011; 16, (4):393-408.

Ozcan, Berkay. Only the Lonely? The Influence of the Spouse on the Transition to Self-Employment. Small Business Economics. 2011; 37, (4):465.

Roksa, Josipa and Patter, Daniel. Parenting and Academic Achievement: Intergenerational Transmission of Educational Advantage. Sociology of Education. 2011; 84, (4):299-322.

Schulhofer-Wohl, Sam. Heterogeneity and Tests of Risk Sharing. Journal of Political Economy. 2011; 119, (5):925-958.

Sharkey, Patrick and Elwert, Felix. The Legacy of Disadvantage: Multigenerational Neighborhood Effects on Cognitive Ability. American Journal of Sociology. 2011; 116, (6):1934-1981.

South, Scott J.; Crowder, Kyle, and Pais, Jeremy. Metropolitan Structure and Neighborhood Attainment: Exploring Intermetropolitan Variation in Racial Residential Segregation. Demography. 2011; 48, (41):1263-1292.

Torche, Florencia. Is a College Degree Still the Great Equalizer? Intergenerational Mobility across Levels of Schooling in the United States. American Journal of Sociology. 2011; 117, (3):763-807.

Wodtke, Geoffrey T.; Harding, David J., and Elwert, Felix. Neighborhood Effects in Temporal Perspective: The Impact of Long-Term Exposure to Concentrated Disadvantage on High School Graduation. American Sociological Review. 2011; 76, (5):713-737.

Yang, Zhenlin and Huang, Jianhua. A Transformed Random Effects Model with Applications. Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industyr. 2011; 27, (3):222-234.

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