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  • PAA 2012 Annual Meeting | DuPRI
    extremely proud of the large contingent of DuPRI students who will be making the trek to San Francisco to actively participate at this year s conference many for the first time The students slated to present in this year s program are click name to view abstract Ryan Brown Economics Erin Hye Won Kim Public Policy Ava Cas Public Policy Daniel LaFave Economics Gabriela Farfan Economics Jing Li Public Policy Ryan Finnigan Sociology Evan Peet Economics Jake Fisher Sociology Heather Rackin Sociology Qiang Fu Sociology Sowmya Rajan Sociology Sarah Fuller Public Policy Poh Lin Tan Public Policy Wei He Public Policy Felicia Tian Sociology Nicolas Ingwersen Public Policy Andrea Velasquez Economics Ben Kail Sociology Meeting Registration Sound like an event you would like to attend Let DuPRI help This year we are committed to helping both financially and logistically any interested DuPRI students who would like to be a part of PAA s Annual Meeting Below are the steps that will help guide you through the registration process STEP 1 Are you a member of PAA If so proceed to step 2 If not complete this form you may omit signature and payment and submit to brian vicini duke edu STEP 2 Is your membership current If so proceed to step 3 If not or if you are unsure follow the instructions at this link STEP 3 As a current member of PAA you may now register for the 2012 Annual Meeting Complete this registration form again omit signature and date and submit to brian vicini duke edu STEP 4 Have you booked your flight If so submit your receipt to brian vicini duke edu so that we can apply the cost toward your reimbursement If not email your preferred times of departure to our travel agent Renee Boone at

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/news/paa-2012-annual-meeting (2016-02-13)
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  • New DuPRI Training Website Launches | DuPRI
    Data Use Agreements Publications Training General Training Demography of Aging Training Resources Resources Administrative Services Funding Opportunities Pivot COS Scholars Duke News Events News Events In the Media Announcements Conferences and Workshops Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home News Events Announcements New DuPRI Training Website Launches New DuPRI Training Website Launches Announcements Tuesday October 4 2011 For students who wish to learn more about Training in the Population Sciences

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  • DuPRI Professor brings a collaborative spirit to the science of Ethnography | DuPRI
    Administrative Services Funding Opportunities Pivot COS Scholars Duke News Events News Events In the Media Announcements Conferences and Workshops Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home News Events Announcements DuPRI Professor brings a collaborative spirit to the science of Ethnography DuPRI Professor brings a collaborative spirit to the science of Ethnography Announcements Wednesday June 1 2011 James B Duke Professor of Sociology Linda M Burton studies Americans who don t

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  • DuPRI Faculty Awarded Grant to Improve the Utility of Respondent Driven Sampling | DuPRI
    Pivot COS Scholars Duke News Events News Events In the Media Announcements Conferences and Workshops Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home News Events Announcements DuPRI Faculty Awarded Grant to Improve the Utility of Respondent Driven Sampling DuPRI Faculty Awarded Grant to Improve the Utility of Respondent Driven Sampling Announcements Thursday May 5 2011 M Giovanna Merli Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Sanford School of Public Policy has been awarded a four year R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development NICHD Totaling 1 067 457 over four years this grant addresses efforts to obtain valid estimates of the prevalence of sexually transmitted disease infection and risky and preventive health behaviors among female sex workers in China with possible extensions to other hidden populations in different contexts Merli and her research team which includes Jim Moody of the Duke Department of Sociology will work to improve the utility of Respondent Driven Sampling RDS an increasingly popular sampling method used to recruit samples of hidden populations with data collected in China as part of various collaborative efforts with Ersheng Gao of Shanghai Fudan University Sharon Weir and

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  • International AIDS Economics Network (IAEN) online forum – join the dialogue! | DuPRI
    AIDS Economics Network IAEN online forum join the dialogue Announcements Tuesday April 5 2011 The International AIDS Economics Network IAEN is an organization founded in 1993 with the objective of encouraging economists and policymakers to discuss issues of AIDS and economics IAEN will be holding an online discussion forum on Efficiency and Effectiveness in the context of HIV and AIDS in April and May Experts from a variety of organizations

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  • DuPRI Can Help with Grant Process | DuPRI
    Agreements Publications Training General Training Demography of Aging Training Resources Resources Administrative Services Funding Opportunities Pivot COS Scholars Duke News Events News Events In the Media Announcements Conferences and Workshops Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home News Events Announcements DuPRI Can Help with Grant Process DuPRI Can Help with Grant Process Announcements Thursday October 28 2010 DuPRI offers assistance to faculty associates and affiliates through all stages of the

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  • News & Events | DuPRI
    are expected to benefit from the NHIS and what reforms might broaden Read More 03 10 2016 Elizabeth Fussell Work family housing and displacement Migrants reasons for moving socio demographic selection and residential outcomes Migration theories posit that processes selecting people into voluntary and involuntary migration differ but without data sets that include measures of the causes of mobility there is little evidence demonstrating these selection effects The American Housing Survey 1997 2013 provides a unique Read More 04 07 2016 Jessica Ho TBA 4840 04 14 2016 Francesco Billari TBD 4851 News Dr Linda Burton co organizes conference on African American Men and Boys The 23rd Annual National Symposium on Family Issues Boys and Men in African American Families is aimed at contributing to the continuing dialogue on promoting the potential of Black boys and men Cash as cure A September NBER working paper by Randall Akee E Jane Costello and colleagues describes the power of cash to offset poverty s effects on child personality and behavior The work based on the DuPRI Graduate Trainee Wins 2015 IPUMS Research Award Joseph Lariscy a Sociology postdoctoral fellow in DuPRI s National Institute on Aging funded training program has received the Minnesota Population Center s 2014 IPUMS USA Research Award for the Demography Days Daze 2015 CAROLINA POPULATION CENTER 400 MEADOWMONT VILLAGE CIRCLE ROOM 200 SEMINAR 1 00PM 5 15PM RECEPTION 5 15 6 00PM The fourth annual Demography Days Daze workshop is a collaboration between the The Duke UNC Social and Biological Determinants of Health Collaborative invites you to the third informal spring 2015 seminar The third seminar will focus on Sensitive Periods Plasticity and Resilience and will feature brief presentations by Allison Aiello Professor of Epidemiology Gillings School of Global Public View more News In the Media Cash as

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/news?field_news_type_tid=17 (2016-02-13)
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  • Triangle RDC Sponsored Speaker Program - Dr. Daniel Schneider, UC Berkeley | DuPRI
    in conjunction with a short workshop Q A session on access to these types of data here at Duke From 12 1 Dr Gale Boyd Director of the Triangle RDC will be available to answer questions from researchers interested in accessing confidential micro data at Duke Dr Schneider will also be available after the talk to describe his experiences with using these data for research Lunch will be served BIOGRAPHY Daniel Schneider is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of California Berkeley After receiving his Ph D in Sociology from Princeton University in 2012 he was a Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in Health Policy Research at UC Berkeley from 2012 2014 Schneider s research is focused on the family and social inequality His work has examined economic influences on family formation including work on labor union membership and marriage and asset ownership and marriage His current research examines how the economic shocks of the Great Recession have affected relationship quality marriage and fertility A second line of research focuses on household finances and particularly on household financial fragility He has been using the non public versions of data from NCHS available in the RDC network to support his research RDC MICRO DATA PROJECT ABSTRACT AMERICAN FERTILITY IN THE GREAT RECESSION NCHS The effects of the Great Recession on the fertility of American women are examined to understand an array of economic conditions that may affect the likelihood of birth in a given month This project investigates whether macro economic conditions affect fertility for whom these effects are most pronounced and the pathways by which any such effects might operate The National Survey of Family Growth 2006 2010 calendar month data and other data sources will be used to determine how unemployment mortgage delinquency and foreclosure and consumer confidence

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