Chris Wildeman - Cornell

Paternal Incarceration and Birth Outcomes: Evidence from New York City, 2010-2016

    Date:  02/27/2020 (Thu)

    Time:  3:30pm- 5:00pm

    Location:  Seminar will be held on-site: Gross Hall 270

    Organizer:  Avshalom Caspi

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    All meetings will be held in the same location as the seminar unless otherwise noted.

    8:30am - Breakfast with Beth Gifford

   10:00am - Anna Gassman-Pines

   10:30am - OPEN

   11:00am - Leah Richmond-Rakerd

   11:30am - Allison Stolte

   12:00pm - Lunch- Romina Tome

    1:30pm - Giovanna Merli

    2:00pm - Angie O'Rand

    2:30pm - Marcos Rangel

    3:00pm - Seminar Prep

    3:30pm - Seminar Presentation (3:30pm to 5:00pm)

    5:00pm - Leave immediately following seminar

    Additional Comments:  Abstract: Parental incarceration is now sufficiently common and unequally distributed that it could have implications for population health and population health disparities if it has negative effects on children. In this presentation, I present descriptive results from linked administrative data in New York City showing how paternal incarceration during the gestational period is associated with a range of infant outcomes. In so doing, I present the first estimates of the paternal incarceration-child health association using objectively measured indicators of both paternal incarceration and child health.