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Lisa Neidert

Senior Research Associate, Population Studies Center.

Lecturer, Sociology.

Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin

Dr. Neidert’s research interests are the association between ideational change and marriage and family formation behaviors; spatial analysis; social stratification; and health disparities. Associated with her position in Data Services, she is interested in data quality, confidentiality, data access and user interfaces to data. She teaches a course in quantitative reasoning.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Lesthaeghe, Ron J., and Lisa Neidert. 2009. "US Presidential Elections and the Spatial Pattern of the American Second Demographic Transition." Population and Development Review, 35(2), 391-400. DOI. Abstract.

Lesthaeghe, Ron J., and Lisa Neidert. 2008. "Voting and Families: America's Second Demographic Transition." New Geography, December 11.

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