Session 135:
Demography and Public Policy

Saturday, May 3
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
2nd Floor

Chair: Saul D. Hoffman, University of Delaware
Discussant: Robert Moffitt, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant: Saul D. Hoffman, University of Delaware

  1. Long-Run Effects of Birth Rates Changes on Welfare ParticipationAmy G. Cox, RAND; Jacob A. Klerman, RAND

  2. Welfare Reform, Family Structure, and Migration: Moving to Benefits: Moving from RestrictionsGordon F. De Jong, Pennsylvania State University; Deborah Graefe, Pennsylvania State University; Tanja St. Pierre, Pennsylvania State University

  3. The Effect of Child Support Enforcement on Domestic Violence among Married and Cohabiting CouplesAngela R. Fertig, Princeton University; Sara McLanahan, Princeton University; Irwin Garfinkel, Columbia University

  4. Does the Family Cap Alter Children’s Living Arrangements? The Case of New JerseyRadha Jagannathan, Rutgers University; Michael J. Camasso, Rutgers University

  5. Minor Mothers' Living Arrangements and School Enrollment following Welfare ReformHeather L. Koball, Columbia University

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