Session 101:
Marriage Markets

Friday, April 12
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Rhythms Ballroom II
2nd Floor

Chair: V. Joseph Hotz, Duke University

  1. Cohort Size and the Marriage Market: Explaining Nearly a Century of Change in U.S. Marriage RatesMary Ann Bronson, University of California, Los Angeles; Maurizio Mazzocco, University of California, Los Angeles

  2. Divorce, Remarriage and Old-Age PovertyMaria Casanova, University of California, Los Angeles; Clement Joubert, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  3. The Effect of Bargaining Positions in Marriage on Human Capital AccumulationSean C. Lewis-Faupel, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  4. “Bad Jobs” for Marriage: Relationship between Job Quality and Union Formation in the Context of Labor Market ChangesSo-Jung Lim, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  5. Cohabitation and Marriage Market Constraints in the United StatesJonathan Vespa, U.S. Census Bureau; Rose M. Kreider, U.S. Census Bureau

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