Duke University Population Research Institute Seminar Series - Fall 2019

Usual time and place: 12:00pm - 1:15pm on Thursday in 230 E Gross Hall.
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Jane Waldfogel  (Columbia)
Understanding the effects of paid family and medical leave on employers
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Gregory Samanez-Larkin  (Duke University)
Motivation in the Aging Brain
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Maya Rossin-Slater  (Stanford)
When Dad Can Stay Home: Fathers' Workplace Flexibility and Maternal Health
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Jennifer Barber  (Univ. of Michigan)
The Social Context of Influence, Coercion, and Control: Intimate Relationships and Reproductive Behaviors
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Demography of Aging Training Seminar  (Duke University)
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Dan Lichter  (Cornell)
The Urbanization of Rural America: Shifting Rural-Urban Boundaries and the Places Left Behind
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Kate Cagney  (Chicago)
Activity Space, Social Interaction and Health in Later Life
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Susan Short  (Brown)
Sex, Gender, and Health Demography
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Dean Spears  (UT Austin)
Maternal nutrition and early life health in India: Puzzles and evidence from birth order
Joint with Labor and Development.
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Demography of Aging Training Seminar  (Duke University)
Miles Marsala: Disparities in cardiovascular disease and the Great Recession: Did disparities in heart disease narrow or widen since the Great Recession? Scott Lynch: Consequences of ignoring seemingly ignorable competing risks: Some interesting differences between hazard model and multistate life table results.
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Gale Boyd  (Duke)
Research Opportunities Using Non-Public Data Available in Duke's Federal Statistical Research Data Center
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Stefanos Tyrovolas  (Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Deu)
Aging and sarcopenia: evaluation, determinants and burden in the USA
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Demography of Aging Training Seminar- Christina Kamis  (Duke University)
Measuring Childhood Adversity: Latent Class Analysis with Distal Outcomes

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