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Stephane Helleringer, Johns Hopkins
The potential of computer vision tools for improving demographic measurement in low-income countries
Located in Coming Up
Kirsten Stoebenau, Behavioral & Community Health
"Come, we try" - A qualitative study of changing marital practices in low-income settings in Eastern Africa and the implications for maternal and child health
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Article ReferenceFirst Birth before First Stable Employment and Subsequent Single-Mother “Disconnection” before and after the Welfare Reform and Great Recession
The authors analyze data from two nationally-representative U.S. surveys that include cohorts of young women before and after the 1996 Welfare Reform. Women were more likely to have their first birth precede their first stable employment after than before the reform. Women with this life-course sequence were at higher risk of single motherhood and, as single mothers, were at higher risk of “disconnection” simultaneously from earned income and public cash benefits. Declines in employment in the Great Recession period resulted in disconnection for between one fifth and one fourth of single mothers who did not experience stable employment before their first birth.
Located in MPRC People / Michael S. Rendall, Ph.D. / Michael S. Rendall Publications
Early Home Experiences of Young Latino Boys
Why research on low-income Latino children really matters
Located in Research / Selected Research
Anne Pebley, UCLA
Is occupational stratification responsible for social inequality in old age disability in Mexico?
Located in Coming Up