Robert F. Schoeni
Research Professor, Population Studies Center.
Professor, G. Ford School of Public Policy.
Research Professor, Survey Research Center.
Ph.D., Economics, University of Michigan
Research Interests: 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.
Wiemers, Emily E., Judith A. Seltzer, Robert F. Schoeni, V. Joseph Hotz, and Suzanne M. Bianchi. Forthcoming. "Stepfamily Structure and Transfers Between Generations in U.S. Families." Demography.
Schoeni, Robert F., Vicki Freedman, and Kenneth M. Langa. 2018. "Introduction to a Supplement on Population Level Trends in Dementia: Causes, Disparities, and Projections." The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 73(suppl_1): S1-S9.
Choi, HwaJung, Robert F. Schoeni, Linda G. Martin, and Kenneth M. Langa. 2018. "Trends in the Prevalence and Disparity in Cognitive Limitations of Americans 55-69 Years Old." The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 73: S29-S37.
Johnson, David S., Robert F. Schoeni, Laura Tiehen, and Jennifer Cornman. 2018. "Assessing the Effectiveness of SNAP by Examining Extramarginal Participants." PSC Research Report No. 18-889. 4 2018.
More publications for Robert F. Schoeni...
Michigan Retirement and Disability Research Center (MRDRC) (SSA)
Extramarginal SNAP Participants and Food Insecurity (USDA)
Continuity and Change in American Economic and Social Life: The PSID 2017 - 2020 (NSF)
Michigan Center on the Demography of Aging - TRENDS ADRD Suppl (NIA)
Family Complexity, Resources, and the Transition to Adulthood (NICHD)
Health, Wealth, and Time Use Over the Life Course and Across Generations (NIA)
Transition to Adulthood within its Life Course & Intergenerational Family Context (NICHD)
Family Demography and Migration: Consequences for Health and Well-being (NICHD)
Family Dynamics, Fertility, and Investments in Children Across Generations (NICHD)
Linking 1940 U.S. Census Data for Five Modern Surveys on Health and Aging (NIA)
PSID, CDS, and TA: Data Enhancements and User Training, Support, and Outreach (NICHD)
The Effect of the SNAP Benefits On Household Spending: Evidence from the 2009 Stimulus Legislation (USDA)
Economic Status, Health, & Wellbeing over the Life Course and Across Generations (NIA)