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Individuals and families in transition : understanding change through longitudinal data : papers presented at the Social Science Research Council conference in Annapolis, Maryland, March 16-18, 1988 /

compiled by Hazel V. Beaton, Debra A. Ganni, Delma T. Frankel.

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Names: Beaton, Hazel V. | Ganni, Debra A. | Frankel, Delma.
Published: [Washington, D.C.?] : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1989.
Topics: Families - United States - Longitudinal studies - Congresses. | Social surveys - United States - Congresses.
Regions: United States - Social conditions - 1980- - Congresses. | United States.
Genres: Congresses. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Conference papers and proceedings.
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245 00|aIndividuals and families in transition :|bunderstanding change through longitudinal data : papers presented at the Social Science Research Council conference in Annapolis, Maryland, March 16-18, 1988 /|ccompiled by Hazel V. Beaton, Debra A. Ganni, Delma T. Frankel.
260 |a[Washington, D.C.?] :|bU.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census,|c1989.
300 |aviii, 438 pages :|billustrations ;|c28 cm
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500 |a"Supported by the National Science Foundation, grant SES-8411735"--Page 2 of cover.
500 |a"Conference sponsored by the Committee on the Survey of Income and Program Participation of the Social Science Research Council"--Page 2 of cover.
500 |aShipping list no.: 89-758-P.
500 |aItem 146.
505 0 |aI. Well-being: analyzing transitions and change -- Economic risks of gender roles: income loss and life events over the life course, Richard V. Burkhauser, Greg J. Duncan -- Change in marital status and short income dynamics, Martin H. David, Thomas S. Flory -- Transition from wife to widow: data issues in measuring first-period income effects in SIPP and the RHS, Karen C. Holden -- Family structure, race, and the hazards of young women in poverty, Thomas J. Kniesner, Majorie B. McElroy, Steven P. Wilcox -- Relationship between family compositional change and the economic status of children: SIPP and PSID, Suzanna M. Bianchi, Edith K. McArthur, Martha S. Hill -- II. Models for the analysis of change -- Unemployment, job turnover, and schooling among Black, White, and Hispanic youth, Daniel J. Feaster, Philip K. Robins -- Empirical analysis of retirement behavior using RHS data: principle findings, John Rust -- Labor force withdrawals from unemployment: high search costs or low attachment to the labor market?, Alberto P. Martini -- Effect on income taxation on labor supply when deductions are endogenous: estimation using data from the ISDP, Robert K. Triest -- III. Recipiency: analyzing transition and change -- Impact of the analysis on measures of serial multiple program participation, Pat Doyle, Sharon Long -- Effects of the marriage market and AFSC benefits from AFDC, John Fitzgerald -- Welfare and the outmigration of solo mothers, Rebecca Clark -- IV. New dynamic perspectives on long-standing problems -- Comparison of gross changes in labor force status from SIPP and CPS, Paul Ryscavage, Angela Feldman-Harkin -- Process of change in families and households, Helen P. Koo, Harlene C. Gogan -- Look at income change during unemployment spells, Bruce W. Klein, Robert J. McIntire -- V. Methodology for data collection and analysis -- Panel versus retrospective data on marital histories: lessons from the PSID, Lee A. Lillard, Linda J. Waite -- Retrospective versus panel data on analyzing life-cycle events, H. Elizabeth Peters -- Response errors around the seam: analysis of change in a panel with overlapping reference periods, Daniel H. Hill -- VI. Quality of SIPP data -- Quality of SIPP estimates, Rajendra P. Singh, Lynn Weidman, Gary M. Shapiro -- Reflections on the income estimates from the initial panel of the survey of income and program participation, Denton R. Vaughan -- Exploring the quality of data from the 1984 SIPP panel file, John Coder
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710 1 |aUnited States.|bBureau of the Census.
710 2 |aNational Science Foundation (U.S.)
711 2 |aConference on Individuals and Families in Transition: Understanding Change Through Longitudinal Data|d(1988 :|cAnnapolis, Md.)
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