July 14, 2016

CSSRR Economics/Health/Sociology–July 14, 2016

National Longitudinal Survey Bibliography Updates:


Almada, Lorenzo Nicolas, Ian M. McCarthy and Rusty Tchernis. “What Can we Learn about the Effects of Food Stamps on Obesity in the Presence of Misreporting? .” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98,4 (July 2016): 997-1017.

Baum, Charles L., II and Christopher J. Ruhm. “The Effects of Paid Family Leave in California on Labor Market Outcomes.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 35,2 (Spring 2016): 333-356.

Brown, Christian and P. Wesley Routon. “Military Service and the Civilian Labor Force: Time- and Income-Based Evidence.” Armed Forces and Society 42,3 (July 2016): 562-584.

Connolly, Eric J. and Kevin M. Beaver. “Considering the Genetic and Environmental Overlap Between Bullying Victimization, Delinquency, and Symptoms of Depression/Anxiety.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 31,7 (April 2016): 1230-1256.

Dalmia, Sonia, Claudia Smith Kelly and Paul Sicilian. “Marriage and Men’s Earnings: Specialization and Cross-Productivity Effects.” Eastern Economic Journal 42,3 (June 2016): 335-348.

Diaz, Christina and Jeremy E. Fiel. “The Effect(s) of Teen Pregnancy: Reconciling Theory, Methods, and Findings.” Demography 53,1 (February 2016): 85-116.

Edwards, Ryan D. and Jennifer Roff. “What Mom and Dad’s Match Means for Junior: Marital Sorting and Child Outcomes.” Labour Economics 40 (June 2016): 43-56.

Friedline, Terri and Stacia West. “Young Adults’ Race, Wealth, and Entrepreneurship.” Race and Social Problems 8,1 (March 2016): 42-63.

Hendrick, C. Emily, Jessica Duncan Cance and Julie Maslowsky. “Peer and Individual Risk Factors in Adolescence Explaining the Relationship Between Girls’ Pubertal Timing and Teenage Childbearing.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 45,5 (May 2016): 916-927.

Hitt, Collin, Julie Trivitt and Albert Cheng. “When You Say Nothing at All: The Predictive Power of Student Effort on Surveys.” Economics of Education Review 52 (June 2016): 105-119.

Kramer, Amit and Jooyeon Son. “Who Cares about the Health of Health Care Professionals? An 18-Year Longitudinal Study of Working Time, Health, and Ocupational Turnover.” Industrial Relations and Labor (IRL) Review 69,4 (August 2016): 939-960.

Kroeger, Sarah and Owen Thompson. “Educational Mobility across Three Generations of American Women.” Economics of Education Review 53 (August 2016): 72-86.

Lang, Kevin and Russell Weinstein. “A Test of Adverse Selection in the Market for Experienced Workers.” NBER Working Paper No. 22387. National Bureau of Economic Research, July 2016.

Lynch, Jamie L. and Paul von Hippel. “An Education Gradient in Health, a Health Gradient in Education, or a Confounded Gradient in Both?” Social Science and Medicine 154 (April 2016): 18-27.

Malcolm, Michael and Ilker Kaya. “Selection Works Both Ways: BMI and Marital Formation Among Young Women.” Review of Economics of the Household 14,2 (June 2016): 293-311.

Mann, David R. and Todd C. Honeycutt. “Understanding the Disability Dynamics of Youth: Health Condition and Limitation Changes for Youth and Their Influence on Longitudinal Survey Attrition.” Demography 53,3 (June 2016): 749-776.

Martin, Terrance K., Michael A. Guillemette and Christopher M. Browning. “Do Retirement Planning Strategies Alter the Effect of Time Preference on Retirement Wealth?” Applied Economics Letters 23,14 (2016): 1003-1005.

Patrick, Carlianne, Heather Stephens and Amanda Weinstein. “Where Are all the Self-employed Women? Push and Pull Factors Influencing Female Labor Market Decisions.” Small Business Economics 46,3 (March 2016): 365-390.

Richardson, George B., Chia-Liang Dai, Ching-Chen Chen, Joseph L. Nedelec, Christopher M. Swoboda and Wei-Wen Chen. “Adolescent Life History Strategy in the Intergenerational Transmission and Developmental Stability of Substance Use.” Journal of Drug Issues 46,2 (April 2016): 102-121.

Rodgers, Joseph Lee, William H. Beasley, David E. Bard, Kelly M. Meredith, Michael D. Hunter, Amber Johnson, Maury Allen Buster and Chengchang Li. “The NLSY Kinship Links: Using the NLSY79 and NLSY-Children Data to Conduct Genetically-Informed and Family-Oriented Research.” Behavior Genetics 46,4 (July 2016): 538-551.

Roussell, Aaron and Marisa Omori. “Normalising Desistance: Contextualising Marijuana and Cocaine Use Careers in Young Adults.” Sociology of Health and Illness 38,6 (July 2016): 916-938.

Sobol-Goldberg, Shira and Jonathan Rabinowitz. “Association of Childhood and Teen School Performance and Obesity in Young Adulthood in the US National Longitudinal Survey of Youth.” Preventive Medicine 89 (August 2016): 57-63.

Speer, Jamin D. “How Bad is Occupational Coding Error? A Task-based Approach.” Economics Letters 141 (April 2016): 166-168.

Steinberg, Jecca Rhea, Lee M. Sanders and Simon Cousens. “Small-for-Gestational-Age Births are Associated with Maternal Relationship Status: A Population-Wide Analysis.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 20,8 (August 2016): 1651-1661.

Tang, Ning and Andrew Baker. “Self-Esteem, Financial Knowledge and Financial Behavior.” Journal of Economic Psychology 54 (June 2016): 164-176.

Weiss, Felix and Josipa Roksa. “New Dimensions of Educational Inequality: Changing Patterns of Combining College and Work in the U.S. over Time.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 44 (June 2016): 44-53.

Wolfe, Scott E. and John P. Hoffmann. “On the Measurement of Low Self-Control in Add Health and NLSY79.” Psychology, Crime and Law 22,7 (2016): 619-650.

Zhan, Min, Xiaoling Xiang and William III Elliott. “Education Loans and Wealth Building among Young Adults.” Children and Youth Services Review 66 (July 2016): 67-75.

Zhou, Xiang and Yu Xie. “Propensity Score-based Methods Versus MTE-based Methods in Causal Inference: Identification, Estimation, and Application.” Sociological Methods and Research 45,1 (February 2016): 3-40.

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