PSC Brown Bags
will resume fall 2016
Historical Trends in Parental Financial Support of Young Adults (PSC Initiatives)
Wealth after the Great Recession: Who Lost and Who Recovered? (Russell Sage Foundation)
Research Professor, Population Studies Center.
Professor, G. Ford School of Public Policy.
Research Professor, Survey Research Center.
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Dr. Schoeni studies labor economics, the family, aging, and welfare policy. Recent studies include the investigation of changes in old-age health status and disability, the effects of welfare reform on various outcomes, the economic consequences of workplace injuries, and poverty among older women. He also serves as Co-Director of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics.
Karraker, Amelia, Robert F. Schoeni, and Jennifer C. Cornman. 2015. "Psychological and cognitive determinants of mortality: Evidence from a nationally representative sample followed over thirty-five years." Social Science and Medicine, 144: 69-78. PMCID: PMC4610352. DOI. Abstract.
Zajacova, Anna, Jennifer B. Dowd, Robert F. Schoeni, and Robert B. Wallace. 2015. "Employment and income losses among cancer survivors: Estimates from a national longitudinal survey of American families." Cancer, 121(24): 4425-4432. PMCID: PMC4670608. DOI. Abstract.
Moffitt, Robert, Robert F. Schoeni, Charles C. Brown, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Mick P. Couper, Ana Diez Roux, Erik Hurst, and Judith A. Seltzer. 2015. "Assessing the need for a new nationally representative household panel survey in the United States." Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 40(1-4): 1-26. DOI. Abstract.
Schoeni, Robert F., Suzanne M. Bianchi, Joseph Hotz, Judith A. Selzer, and Emily E. Wiemers. 2015. "Intergenerational transfers and extended family roster: a new substudy of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics." Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 6(3): 319-330. PMCID: PMC4552399. DOI. Abstract.
McGonagle, Katherine, Charles C. Brown, and Robert F. Schoeni. 2015. "The Effects of Respondents' Consent to Be Recorded on Interview Length and Data Quality in a National Panel Study." Field Methods, 27(5): 373-390. PMCID: PMC4634640. DOI. Abstract.