Session 86:
Family Structure and Household Composition Changes and their Economic Consequences

Thursday, May 1
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
1st Floor

Chair: Marcia J. Carlson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Cynthia A. Osborne, University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: Kimberly J. Turner, Cornell University

  1. Moving In, Moving Out: Household Sharing, the Public Safety Net and Economic Well-BeingLaryssa Mykyta, U.S. Census Bureau

  2. Family Structure History and Young Adults' Receipt of Financial Assistance for CollegeJulia S. Goldberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  3. When Does Re-Partnering Pay Off? Mothers’ Changes in Financial Well-Being after Moving In with a New PartnerSharon Bzostek, Rutgers University

  4. Long-Term Trends in Short-Term Processes: Couples’ Adjustments in Labor Market Activities Following Parenthood and Job Loss, 1990-2010Kelly Musick, Cornell University; John R. Warren, University of Minnesota; Sean Buuck, University of Minnesota

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