Poster Session 3

Thursday, April 11
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

  1. Children, Adults and the Elderly in the Great Recession: An Economic Atlas by AgeGretchen Donehower, University of California, Berkeley

  2. The Effect of a Regional Tax and Family Benefit Reform on Fertility in the Norwegian ArcticTaryn Ann Galloway, Statistics Norway; Rannveig Kaldager, Statistics Norway and University of Oslo

  3. How Does Unemployment Affect Family Arrangements for Children?Elizabeth Peters, Urban Institute; Stephan Lindner, Urban Institute

  4. Demographic Change, Catastrophic Health Spending and Impoverishment in IndiaBiplab Dhak, Gujarat Institute of Development Research

  5. Commitments in Marriage and Under-SavingsWataru Kureishi, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan; Midori Wakabayashi, Osaka Prefecture University

  6. Family Formation and Military Service among a Contemporary Cohort of AmericansNaomi J. Spence, Lehman College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  7. Subsidized Housing and Household StructureYana Kucheva, Stanford University

  8. Do Economics Trump Culture? Effects of Women’s Work and Relative Economic Resources on Household Decision-Making among Currently Married Women in JordanGheda Temsah, University of Maryland

  9. Capturing Household Transitory Wealth through an Index on Expenditures and Non-Durables: Insights from Six Peri-Urban African SettingsJulia Driessen, University of Pittsburgh; Olasupo P. Ogunjuyigbe, Obafemi Awolowo University; Abimbola S. Phillips, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex (OAUTHC); Qingfeng Li, Johns Hopkins University; Adesegun O. Fatusi, Obafemi Awolowo University; Amy Tsui, Johns Hopkins University

  10. Single Mothers and Poverty in Japan: The Role of Intergenerational CoresidenceSawako Shirahase, The University of Tokyo

  11. Educational Assortative Mating and Homogamy among New Legal Immigrants to the United StatesGabriela Sanchez-Soto, Princeton University; Pratikshya Bohra-Mishra, Princeton University

  12. Stability and Change in Negative Work-Life Spillover among American AdultsKatherine Y. Lin, University of Michigan

  13. Adolescent and Young Adult Health Inequalities by Urbanicity and WealthSuzumi Yasutake, Johns Hopkins University; Michele Decker, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  14. The Consequences of Parental Labor Migration in China for Children’s Emotional Well-BeingQiang Ren, Peking University; Donald J. Treiman, University of California, Los Angeles

  15. Community-Level Correlates of Physical Violence against Unmarried Female Adolescents in BangladeshKristin VanderEnde, Emory University; Ruchira Naved, ICDDR,B; Sajeda Amin, Population Council

  16. Investments in Young Children among Low-Income FamiliesSabino Kornrich, Juan March Institute; Natassia Rodriguez, Stanford University

  17. The Occupational Risk of Being Illegal: Legal Status and Job Hazard among Mexican and Central American ImmigrantsMatthew Hall, Cornell University; Emily Greenman, Pennsylvania State University

  18. Social Capital and Livelihoods in Johannesburg: Differential Advantages and Unexpected Outcomes among Internal Migrants, Foreign-Born Migrants and Long-Term South African ResidentsTyler W. Myroniuk, University of Maryland; Jo Vearey, University of the Witwatersrand

  19. The Impacts of an Early Biographical Experience on Later Subjective Well-Being: The Case of China's Cultural Revolution CohortQianhan Lin, National University of Singapore

  20. Life-Cycle Deficit over Time in Mexico: A Pooled Time Series Cross-Section AnalysisIván Mejía-Guevara, Harvard University

  21. Environmental Shocks and Inequality: Evidence from EthiopiaBrian C. Thiede, Cornell University

  22. Youth Vulnerability in Europe during the Economic CrisisElena Cottini, Università Bocconi

  23. Living Arrangements of Immigrants in Spain: Strategies of Support in Times of Economic CrisisXiana Bueno, Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics (CED)

  24. Demographic Consequences of Terrorism: The Case of Boko Haram in NigeriaNathaniel Umukoro, Delta State University

  25. Neighborhood Disorder and Resident Sentiment in the Wake of the Las Vegas Foreclosure CrisisChristie Batson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Shannon M. Monnat, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  26. An Empirical Analysis of Unemployment Duration and Disability Application DecisionsNa Yin, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  27. The Implications of the Recent Economic Crisis on Fertility in South European Countries: Greece, Spain, Portugal and ItalyAnastasia Kostaki, Athens University of Economics and Business; Byron Kotzamanis, University of Thessaly; Pavlos Baltas, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV

  28. Expanded Measures of Education and Their Labor Market OutcomesStephanie Ewert, U.S. Census Bureau

  29. Community Socioeconomic Change, Military Enlistment and Enlistee Characteristics, 1990 - 2008Amy K. Bailey, Utah State University; Karin Abel, Utah State University; Stepfan Huntsman, Utah State University

  30. The Consequences of Being behind Grade for Long-Term Educational Outcomes in Rural MalawiPearl Kyei, Population Council

  31. School Enrollment Trends among Displaced Workers: 1994-2010Stefanie Lightner, University of Minnesota

  32. The Knowledge Structure of Individuals and Cohorts in American Knowledge EconomySiri Warkentien, Johns Hopkins University

  33. High School Athletic Engagement and Job Characteristics in AdulthoodDaphne Kuo, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  34. Can Demographically Caused Cognitive Decline in China and India Be Offset by Investments in Education?Marcin Stonawski, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and Cracow University of Economics

  35. Impact of Occupational Change and Educational Rise on Age of Peak Earnings and Retirement Age in Latin AmericaBernardo L. Queiroz, Cedeplar, UFMG

  36. The Impacts of Climate Change and Weather Variations on the Sex Ratio at Birth and Child's Health in BrazilBernardo L. Queiroz, Cedeplar, UFMG; Alisson F. Barbieri, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG)

  37. Age, Period and Cohort Differences in the Effect of Military Service on EarningsMeredith A. Kleykamp, University of Maryland; Alair MacLean, Washington State University Vancouver

  38. Education and Labour Market Participation: Who Are Sent to School in Afghanistan and Why and Its Outcome?Chona Echavez, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit (AREU)

  39. Worker Uncertainty in the “New Risk Economy”: the Context of Perceived Job Insecurity around a Merger AnnouncementJack Lam, University of Minnesota; Kimberly Fox, University of Minnesota

  40. Gender and Social Differentials in Employment Situation in IndiaVini Sivanandan, Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics

  41. Rising Education, Declining Female Employment: An Indian ParadoxEsha Chatterjee, University of Maryland

  42. Globalization and Vulnerability: The Effects of the Global Recession on Income and Female-Headed Households in VietnamScott R. Sanders, Brigham Young University; Alex Currit, Brigham Young University

  43. Nutrition, Activity Intensity and Wage Linkages: Evidence from Rural IndiaKatsushi Imai, University of Manchester; Samuel K. Annim, University of Cape Coast; Raghav Gaiha, University of Delhi; Veena S. Kulkarni, Arkansas State University

  44. Analysis of the Inequalities at the Beginning of the Stable Working LifeGuadalupe Fabiola Perez Baleon, El Colegio de México

  45. Unequally Insecure: Racial Disparities in Job Insecurity, 1979-2009Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  46. Trends in Wage Inequality for American PrisonersSarah K. Cowan, University of California, Berkeley; Adam Reich, Columbia University

  47. College Student Employment and Persistence in Postsecondary Education: Evidence of Effect Heterogeneity of Student Employment on College Dropout RatesYool Choi, University of California, Los Angeles

  48. The Cost of Training Community Health Agent (CHA), a Study on Unit Cost Analysis in TanzaniaKassimu E. Tani, Ifakara Health Institute (IHI); Fatuma Manzi, Ifakara Health Institute (IHI)

  49. Decomposition of Trends in Youth Unemployment – the Role of Job Accessions and Separations in Countries with Different Employment Protection RegimesIga Magda, Warsaw School of Economics

  50. A Multi-Level Analysis of the Effects of Age on the Female Employment Rates in Japan and TaiwanYaFeng Lin, Louisiana State University; Yoshinori Kamo, Louisiana State University

  51. Can Parental Wealth Explain the Black-White Mobility Gap?Liana Fox, Stockholm University

  52. Two Credibility Problems Are Better than One: Credit and Local Politics in Rural IndiaJacob Goldston, Brown University

  53. Rural Destinations: Gentrified, or Satellites in the Global Economy?Shaun Golding, Bowdoin College

  54. Parental Health, Child Labor and Schooling OutcomesShamma Alam, University of Washington, Seattle

  55. Geographic Constraint to Institutional Delivery in Rural India: An Instrumental Variable ApproachSantosh Kumar, University of Washington

  56. Rapid Growth of Microcredit and Its Drift in Depth of Outreach to the Poorest of the Poor in Rural BangladeshRuhul Amin, Johns Hopkins University; Linnea Zimmerman, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  57. Modernization and the Change of Developmental Idealism Beliefs in China: 1995-2007Bin Lian, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  58. Effectiveness of Direct Income Support on Poverty Reduction among the Elderly in UgandaVivienne Najjemba, SAGE Project, Uganda; Richard Musabe; Viola Nampeera, HIPo-Africa

  59. Determinants of Prophylaxis Uptake against Malaria among Pregnant Women in UgandaGrace Kemigisha, Makerere University; John A. Mushomi, Makerere University; Betty Kwagala, Makerere University

  60. From Grassland to Farm to Lawn: Estimating the Environmental Consequences of Historical and Contemporary Land Management Practices in the U.S. Great PlainsEmily Merchant, University of Michigan; Myron P. Gutmann, University of Michigan and National Science Foundation (NSF); Willaim Parton, Colorado State University; Melannie Hartman, Colorado State University; Susan Lutz, Colorado State University

  61. The Role of Education on Disaster Preparedness: Case Study of 2012 Indian Ocean Earthquakes and Tsunami Warnings on Thailand’s Andaman CoastRaya Muttarak, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Wiraporn Pothisiri, Chulalongkorn University

  62. Integrating Economic Geography and Relative Cohort Size into a Panel Interaction Model of Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the U.S., 2000-2009Tyler Roberts, University of Colorado at Boulder

  63. Internet Use and Capability Change in Rural MexicoJeffrey Swindle, University of Michigan

  64. Accurate Measurement of Same-Sex Couples: Empirical ImplicationsRebecca DiBennardo, University of California, Los Angeles

  65. Variance Estimation in U.S. Census Data from 1960-2010Kathryn Coursolle, University of California, Los Angeles; Lara Cleveland, University of Minnesota; Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota

  66. A Comparative Approach to Validating the Measurement of Social Capital in BangladeshWilliam T. Story, University of Michigan; Nabeel A. Ali, ICDDR,B; Fahmida Taleb, ICDDR,B; S. M. Monirul Ahasan, ICDDR,B; D. M. Emdadul Hoque, ICDDR,B

  67. Determinants of Vulnerability to Climate Change: Analysis of Municipalities in MexicoAbraham Granados, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  68. The Persistence of Naturally Selected Resistance to Infectious Crowd DiseaseJustin Cook, Yale University

  69. Demographic, Seasonal and Housing Characteristics Associated with Residential Energy Consumption in Texas, 2010Lloyd Potter, University of Texas at San Antonio; Lila Valencia, University of Texas at San Antonio; Carlos Valenzuela, University of Texas at San Antonio; Steve White, University of Texas at San Antonio; Jeff Jordan, University of Texas at San Antonio

  70. Is Climate Change-Induced Migration a Scarecrow? A Conceptual and Empirical AnalysisCristina Bradatan, Texas Tech University; Katherine Hayhoe, Texas Tech University

  71. Environmental Implications of Household Food Consumption in MexicoJorge Gonzalez, El Colegio de México; Landy Sanchez, El Colegio de México

  72. Household Level Predictors and Migration: A Micro-Demographic Study of Karen Villages along the Thai-Myanmar BorderDaniel Parker, Pennsylvania State University; James W. Wood, Pennsylvania State University; Shinsuke Tomita, Kyoto University; Sharon DeWitte, University of South Carolina; Jeeraphat Sirichaisintop, Vector Borne Disease Training Center, Thailand; Liwang Cui, Pennsylvania State University

  73. Energy Inequality in the U.S.: What’s the Difference?Robert Kemp, University of Colorado at Boulder

  74. Selective Attrition and Fertility Behavior after Weather Shocks. The Case of Typhoons in the PhilippinesJorge I. Ugaz, University of Chicago and Abt Associates

  75. Impact of Obesity and Weight Changes on Disability and Mortality in Brazilian Older AdultsFlavia Andrade, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Maria Lebrao, Universidade de São Paulo; Yeda Duarte, Universidade de São Paulo; Ahmad Nazan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  76. Depressive Symptoms Trajectories over Ten Years among Older Men and Women in Japan: Does Receiving Support from Sons, Daughters and Their Spouses Protect against Depressive Symptoms?Andrew D. Tiedt, NORC at the University of Chicago; Yasuhiko Saito, Nihon University

  77. The Role of Education in Adult Disability in a Lowest-Income ContextCollin F. Payne, University of Pennsylvania

  78. Getting Old and Time Allocation among Filipino WomenDelia B. Carba, University of San Carlos; Judith B. Borja, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Isabelita Bas, University of San Carlos; Linda Adair, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  79. Work, Leisure and Other (G-rated) Time Use before Bedtime in Working and Retired PersonsPaul Peppard, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Lauren Hale, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY); Erika Hagen, University of Wisconsin-Madison; F. Javier Nieto, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Christine Harden, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Nicole Salzieder, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  80. Late Career Unemployment and the Decision to RetireIrina Merkuryeva, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  81. Estimates and Implications of the U.S. Census Undercount of the Native-Born PopulationJanna Johnson, NORC at the University of Chicago

  82. Digital Divides: A Connectivity Continuum for the United States. Data from the 2011 Current Population SurveyThomas File, U.S. Census Bureau

  83. The Converging Proportions of the U.S. Adult Population in the Military and in Prison, 1960 to 2010Sanjiv Gupta, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Jennifer H. Lundquist, University of Massachusetts

  84. The Effect Mechanism of Population Urbanization and Carbon Emissions in China: Based on the Co-Integration Test of Stirpat ModelCongrong Yao, Nankai University