August 20, 2012

CSSRR Economics/Health/Sociology–August 20, 2012

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:


Bandy, Robert and Wilhelm, Mark Ottoni. Family Structure and Income During the Stages of Childhood and Subsequent Prosocial Behavior in Young Adulthood. Journal of Adolescence. 2012; 35, (4):1023-1034.

Chapela, Jorge Gonzalez. The Effect of Residential Location on Retirement Age: Theory and Some Evidence on Male Behavior in the US. Urban Studies. 2012; 49, (10):2153.

Crowder, Kyle; Pais, Jeremy, and South, Scott J. Neighborhood Diversity, Metropolitan Constraints, and Household Migration. American Sociological Review. 2012; 77, (3):325-344.

De La Mata, Delores. The Effect of Medicaid Eligibility on Coverage, Utilization and Children’s Health. Health Economics. 2012; 212, (9):1061-1079.

Fairlie, Robert W. and Krashinsky, Harry A. Liquidity Constraints, Household Wealth, and Entrepreneurship Revisited. The Review of Income and Wealth. 2012; 58, (2):279-306.

Fisher, Carla Christine. Video Games, Adolescents, and the Displacement Effect. New York: Columbia University, Teachers College; 2012 176 pp

Freedman, Vicki A.; Stafford, Frank P.; Schwarz, Norbert; Conrad, Federick, and Cornman, Jennifer. Disability, Participation, and Subjective Wellbeing Among Older Couples. Social Science and Medicine. 2012; 74, (4):588-596.

Galama, Titus J.; Hullegie, Patrick; Meijer, Erik, and Outcault, Sarah. Is There Empirical Evidence for Decreasing Returns to Scale in A Health Capital Model?. Health Economics. 2012; 21, (9):1080-1100.

Gelber, Alexander M. and Mitchell, Joshua W. Taxes and Time Allocation: Evidence from Single Women and Men. The Review of Economic Studies. 2012; 79, (3):863.

Hofferth, Sandra L. and Moon. Ui Jeong. Cell Phone Use and Adolescent Reading Proficiency. Psychology of Popular Media Culture. 2012; 1, (2):108-122.

Hryshko, Dmytro. Labor Income Profiles are not Heterogeneous: Evidence from Income Growth Rates. Quantitative Economics. 2012; 3, (2):177-209.

Karahan, Fatih. Essays on the Macroeconomics of Labor Markets. Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania; 2012 250 pp.

Lemieux, Thomas; MacLeod, W. Bentley, and Parent, Daniel. Contact Form, Wage Flexibility,and Employment. The American Economic Review. 2012; 102, (3):526-532.

Mahoney, Joseph L. and Vest, Andrea E. The Over-Scheduling Hypothesis Revisited: Intensity of Organized Activity Participation During Adolescence and Yung Adult Outcomes. Journal of Research on Adolescence. 2012; 22, (3):409-418.

McLeod, Christopher B.; Hall, Peter A.; Siddiqi, Arjumand, and Hertzman, Clyde. How Society Shapes the Health Gradient: Work-Related Health Inequalities in a Comparative Perspective. Annual Review of Public Health. 2012; 33, 59-73.

Nakajima, Makoto. Rising Indebtedness and Temptation: A Welfare Analysis. Quantitative Economics. 2012; 3, (2):257-288.

Patrick, Megan E.; Wightman, Patrick; Schoeni, Robert F., and Schlenberg, John E. Socioeconomic Status and Substance Use Among Young Adults: A Comparison Across Constructs and Drugs. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 2012; 73, (5):772-782.

Sean, A. P. Clouston and Quesnel-Vallee, Amelie. The Role of Defamilialization in the Relationship Between Partnership and Self-Rated Health: A Cross-National Comparison of Canada and the United States. Social Science & Medicine. 2012; 75, (8):1342-1350.

Sharkey, Patrick. Temporary Integration, Resilient Inequality: Race and Neighborhood Change in the Transition to Adulthood. Demography. 2012; 49, (3):889.

Vartanian, Thomas P. and Houser, Linda. The Effects of Childhood SNAP Use and Neighborhood Conditions on Adult Body Mass Index. Demography. 2012; 49, (3):1127.

Woodward, Jonathan V. and Ribar, David C. Is Individuality-Target Food Assistance Shared Among Family Members?. Food and Nutrition Sciences. 2012; 3, (6):747-760.

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