IPUMS

IPUMS @ #PAA2019

IPUMS is heading to the Lone Star state for PAA 2019!

Here is a schedule of papers and posters that are #poweredbyIPUMS.

If you are presenting work using IPUMS data at PAA 2019 and you are not listed on this schedule, email us at ipums+paa@umn.edu with presentation details so we can promote your session.

To see abstracts and a full schedule, visit the 2019 program site.

HONORABLE MENTION

While the following session does not technically use IPUMS data, one of the presenters is Steven Ruggles, founder and director of IPUMS. The topic is of the utmost importance to IPUMS and demography.

THURSDAY, APRIL 11
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Brazos/206 (Level 2)

Session 25: Implications of Differential Privacy for Demographic Research
Chair: Wendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University
Discussant: Wendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University

  1. Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota
  2. Jane Bambauer, University of Arizona, School of Law
  3. John Maron Abowd, U.S. Census Bureau
  4. Douglas S. Massey, Princeton University
  5. Constance F. Citro, The National Academies

SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, APRIL 11

Poster Session 1: Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, & Reproductive Health 1
8:00 - 9:30 a.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
Health Professionals, Population Density, and Adequate Antenatal Care in Nine Sub-Saharan African Countries
Elizabeth Boyle, University of Minnesota; Jasmine Ha, Australian National University; Pamela C. Banda, University of the Witwatersrand; Miriam King, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 6: Climate Change and Migration
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Lone Star H
Climate Change and Lifetime Migration in the Global Tropics
Brian Thiede, Pennsylvania State University; Heather Randell, University of Maryland; Clark Gray, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Paper Session 13: Resiliency and Successful Aging
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Meeting Room 213 (Level 2)
Trends in Older Women's and Men's Time Use in the United States, 1965-2012
Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota; Phyllis Moen, University of Minnesota; Renada Goldberg, University of Minnesota; Katie Genadek, University of Colorado

Paper Session 19: Families, Health, and Well-being
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Lone Star B (Level 3)
Gender Differences in Parents’ Time With Children and Daily Emotional Well-being: Does Child’s Gender Matter?
Daniela Negraia, University of South Carolina; Jill Yavorsky, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Paper Session 20: Methods for Evaluating Population Programs
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Meeting Room 308 (Level 3)
The U.S. Census Undercount of Native-Born Children: Estimates, Correlates, and Implications
Janna E. Johnson, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 22: Deaths and Diseases of Despair
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Meeting Room 310 (Level 3)
Putting “Work” Back in Working-Aged Mortality: Occupation and Cause-Specific Mortality Among Contemporary Working-Aged U.S. Adults
Iliya Gutin and Robert Hummer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2018 IPUMS Research Award Winner!

Poster Session 2: Children & Youth
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
Parent Involvement and the Summer Slide: Does Parents’ Time Spent With Children Vary by Race? Corey Culver and John R. Warren, University of Minnesota

The Role of Health Care Access, Health Care Utilization, and Language Barriers in the Low Prevalence of Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Among U.S Latino Children
Sarah Garcia, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 41: New Perspectives on Partnership Formation in the United States
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Meeting Room 304 (Level 3)
Internet Access and Partnership Formation in the United States
Maria Sironi, University College London; Ridhi Kashyap, University of Oxford

Paper Session 44: Studying Health and Mortality Using Linked Data
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Meeting Room 308 (Level 3)
Fetal Exposure to Cigarette Smoking and Adult and Old-Age Mortality: Examining the Effects of the Introduction of State-Level Cigarette Taxation 1921–1940 Using Linked Full-Count Census and Mortality Records
Jonas Helgertz, University of Minnesota/Lund University; John Robert Warren, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 46: Innovative Data and Methods for Population and Environment Research
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Meeting Room 310 (Level 3)
Is Climate Stress Driving Tropical Depopulation?
Maia Call, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center; Clark Gray, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Paper Session 48: Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Labor Markets
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Meeting Room 309 (Level 3)
Jim Crow and the Spatial Mismatch Hypothesis
Martin Ruef, Duke University; Angelina Grigoryeva, Princeton University

Rising Black/White Disparities in Job Displacement, 1979–2015
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Nathan Seltzer, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Session 3: Population, Development, & the Environment; Data & Methods; Applied Demography
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
Localized Distributional Injustice: Wind Energy Siting in the Continental United States
J. Tom Mueller and Matthew Brooks, Pennsylvania State University

Big Census Microdata: IPUMS in the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers
Catherine A. Fitch, University of Minnesota; Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota; Erin Meyer, University of Minnesota; Todd K. Gardner, U.S. Census Bureau

Urban Kin Propinquity Using Geocoded Complete Count Census Data, 1880
Matt Nelson , University of Minnesota

Harmonizing the 2010 and 2002 Census Occupation Coding Schemes
Kari Williams and Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota

Climatic Variability and Cause-Specific Migration Across Rural and Urban India
Carolyn Reyes and Brian Thiede, Pennsylvania State University

Paper Session 56: Racial Inequality in the United States
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Lone Star G (Level 3)
Measuring “Context” When Studying Racial Identity and Family Decisions Among Mixed-Heritage People in the United States
Carolyn A. Liebler , University of Minnesota; Christopher Levesque, University of Minnesota; Miri Song, University of Kent

Race, Socioeconomic Status, and the First Public Housing Residents of the United States
David Van Riper, Scott Dallman, and Angira Mondal, University of Minnesota

The Myth of the Black Middle Class Exodus: Where the Black Middle Class Has Lived, Invested, and Engaged From 1960 to 2015
Junia Howell, University of Pittsburgh; Candice Robinson, University of Pittsburgh

Paper Session 70: Parenting
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Meeting Room 305 (Level 3)
Unequal Parenthoods: How Poverty Shapes the Experience of Parenthood
Ann Meier, University of Minnesota; Kelly Musick, Cornell University; Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota

Poster Session 4: Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
Effects of the Recent Medicaid Expansion on Cohabitation and Marriage: Comparing Estimates From the American Community Survey and the Current Population Survey
Margaret Gough, University of La Verne

When Is Housework Not a Chore? Exploring Variation in Happiness During Housework Activities
Cadhla McDonnell and Nancy Luke, Pennsylvania State University

Child Fostering in sub-Saharan Africa: What has Changed over Time?
Cassandra Cotton, Arizona State University

Paper Session 76: Flash Session: Unpacking Associations Between Race/Ethnicity and Health
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Lone Star A (Level 3)
Determinants of Native American Drowning Rates
Marina Gorsuch, Samuel Myers Jr, and Yufeng Lai, University of Minnesota

Disability Among Hispanic Immigrants in the United States: Does Country of Origin Matter?
Frank Heiland, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY); Mara Sheftel, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY)

Paper Session 78: Internal Migration
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Lone Star C (Level 3)
The Substitutability of Internal and International Migration at the End of the Era of Mass Mexican Migration
Joshua Wassink, Office of Population Research, Princeton University; Fernando Riosmena, University of Colorado Boulder

Paper Session 79: Collecting Data on Migrant Populations
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Lone Star F (Level 3)
Operationalizing Trapped Populations
Jack DeWaard, University of Minnesota; Mason Mathews, Fernando Riosmena, Daniel Simon, and Lori M. Hunter, University of Colorado Boulder

Paper Session 80: Flash Session: Innovation in Demographic Methods
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Lone Star B (Level 3)
Building Relationships Where There Are None: Imputing Relationship Status in the 1850, 1860 and 1870 Decennial Census Files
Jose Pacas, Josiah Grover, and Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 83: Stopping, Spacing, and Postponing in the Developing World
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Meeting Room 202 (Level 2)
Fertility Transition in Latin America: Stopping Patterns in Selected Countries
Tereza Bernardes, University of Pennsylvania; Adriana Miranda Ribiero, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UMFG)

Paper Session 90: Union Dissolution
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Meeting Room (303)
The Coming Divorce Decline
Philip N. Cohen, University of Maryland

Paper Session 98: The Changing Demography of Rural Areas
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Meeting Room 505 (Level 5)
Getting “Rural” Right: Poverty Disparities Across Two Dimensions of Rurality
Jose Pacas, Jonathan Schroeder, David Van Riper, and Erin Meyer, University of Minnesota

Poster Session 5: Health & Mortality 1
4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
Alcohol Consumption and Mortality Risk in the United States
Muntasir Masum, University of Texas at San Antonio; Patrice Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio

The Relationship Between Education and Type 2 Diabetes Morbidity: Decomposing Change for Cohorts Born Between 1935–1954
Erik Hernandez, Pennsylvania State University

Rural/Urban and Racial Disparities in Infectious Mortality in the United States, 1922–1944
Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, University of Minnesota; jim saliba, University of Minnesota; James Feigenbaum, Boston University; Christopher Muller, University of California, Berkeley

The Effect of in Utero Exposure to the 1918 Influenza Pandemic on Life Expectancy in the United States
Elaine M. Hernandez, Indiana University; Jonas Helgertz, University of Minnesota/Lund University; John R. Warren, University of Minnesota; Florencia Torche, Stanford University; Claire Margerison, Michigan State University; Elizabeth Anderson, Indiana University

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FRIDAY, APRIL 12

Paper Session 122: Family Contexts and Child Well-being
8:15 - 9:45 a.m.
Brazos/206 (Level 2
Lonely Only Children? Companionship Patterns and Well-being Among Adolescents With and Without Siblings
Jocelyn Wikle, Brigham Young University; Elizabeth Ackert, University of Texas at Austin; Alexander Jense, Brigham Young University

Paper Session 126: Contemporary and Historical Fertility Transitions
8:15 - 9:45 a.m.
Lone Star F (Level 3)
Fertility Decline in the United States, 1850–1940: New Evidence From Complete-Count Datasets
J. David Hacker and Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 144: Vulnerability and Resilience in "Hot Spots" of Acute and Chronic Environmental Change
8:15 - 9:45 a.m.
Meeting Room 505 (Level 5)
The Social Consequences of Environmental Migration in Africa
Valerie Mueller, Arizona State University; Clark Gray, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Jean-Francois Maystadt, Lancaster University

Poster Session 7: Migration & Urbanization
10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
The Effects of 287(g) and Sanctuary City Agreements on the Foreign-Born Population in the U.S.
Nadia Y. Flores-Yeffal, Texas Tech University;Maria Aysa-Lastra, Winthrop University; Hanna Spevak, Winthrop University

Moving West: Who Moved to California in the 1930s, Where They Came From, and Why We Think They Moved
Myron Gutmann, University of Colorado Boulder; Kerri Clement, University of Colorado Boulder; Dylan Connor, University of California, Los Angeles; Angela Cunningham, University of Colorado Boulder; Jeremy Mikecz, University of Southern California

Visa Policy Changes and Post-Graduation Job Relatedness Among Foreign Doctorate Recipients: Evidence From the American Competitiveness Acts
Dafeng Xu, University of Minnesota

The Differential Influence of Residential and Employment Locations on Immigrant Economic Outcomes
Ilana Ventura, University of Chicago

Consumer Behavior in Ethnic Enclaves: Does Co-Ethnic Density Reduce Consumer Spending?
Scott Tuttle and ChangHwan Kim, University of Kansas

Paper Session 145: New Data Sources and Sampling Strategies for Identifying Migrants
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
Brazos/206 (Level 2)
Internal Migration in the United States: A Comparative Assessment of the Utility of the Consumer Credit Panel
Jack DeWaard, University of Minnesota; Janna E. Johnson, University of Minnesota; Stephan Whitaker, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Paper Session 153: Poverty and Social Policy
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
Meeting Room 202 (Level 2)
The Earned Income Tax Credit and Parent-Child Time Use
Taryn Morrisey, American University

Paper Session 154: Family Complexity and Diversity
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
Meeting Room 204 (Level 2)
A Sequence-Analysis Approach to the Study of Partnership and Fertility Transitions in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Maria Sironi, University College London; Luca Maria Pesando, University of Pennsylvania; Nicola Barban, University of Essex; Frank Furstenberg, University of Pennsylvania

Poster Session 8: Economy, Labor Force, Education, & Inequality
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
Marriage Markets and Women's Schooling in Latin America
Daniela R. Urbina, Princeton University

A Method for Studying Difference in Segregation Levels Across Time and Space
Benjamin Elbers, Columbia University

Fueling the Engines of Liberation With Liquefied Petroleum Gas: Evidence From Indonesia.
Tushar Bharati, University of Western Australia; Yiwei Qian, University of Southern California; Jeonghwan Yun, University of Southern California

Income Inequality Across the Rural-Urban Continuum
Jaclyn Butler, Brian Thiede, David L. Brown, and Leif Jensen, Pennsylvania State University

Paper Session 169: Flash Session: New Directions in Economy, Labor Force, Education, and Inequality
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Lone Star A (Level 3)
The Skill Content of American Jobs and the Gender Wage Gap
Rakesh Kochhar and Onyi Lam, Pew Research Center

Trends in Female Schooling in 92 Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Coherence Across Data Sources
Kristen Jeffers, University of Minnesota; Albert Esteve-Palos, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona; Joan García-Román, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), UAB

Paper Session 175: Gender, Work, and Family: Assessing Policy Effects
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Meeting Room 201 (Level 2)
The 1990s Head Start Expansion and the Employment Decisions of Single Mothers
Riley Wilson, University of Maryland; Jocelyn Wilkie, Brigham Young University

Paper Session 180: Neighborhood and School Diversity: Drivers and Outcomes
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Meeting Room 303 (Level 3)
The Impacts of Residential Integration on School Race and Ethnic Composition
Ankit Rastogi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2018 IPUMS Research Award Winner!

Poster Session 9: Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions; Gender, Race, & Ethnicity
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Griffin Hall (Level 2)
Mental Health Among Minoritized Individuals in the United States
Stephanie Hernandez and Patrice Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio

Couple-Level Work Arrangements, Gender, and Subjective Well-being During Shared Time
Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota; Joanna Pepin, University of Texas at Austin; Katie Genadek, University of Colorado

Interpartner Health Links From a Dyadic Perspective: A Comparison of Different-Sex Married, Different-Sex Cohabiting, and Same-Sex Couples in the National Health Interview Survey
Yan-Liang Yu, Howard University

Family Leave Policies and Fertility: The Case of California Paid Family Leave
Pamela Meyerhofer, Cornell University

Age at Marriage and Marital Stability: Causal Evidence From a Legal Reform in China
Jorge García-Hombrados, London School of Economics; Berkay Ozcan, London School of Economics

Paper Session 195: History, Demography, and Racial Inequality
2:45 - 4:15 p.m.
Meeting Room 201 (Level 2)
Call Me by Your Name: Immigration Restriction Laws and Child Naming in the Early Twentieth Century United States
Dafeng Xu, University of Minnesota

A Chinese Ghetto? Immigrant Residential Segregation in 19th Century San Francisco
Hannah Postel, Princeton University

Paper Session 201: Exposure to Collective Violence/Conflict and Child/Youth Well-being: International Perspectives
2:45 - 4:15 p.m.
Meeting Room 304 (Level 3)
Intimate Partner Violence Outcomes in the Wake of Armed Conflict
Elizabeth Boyle, Corey Culver, and Jordan Boudreaux, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 204: Spatial and Contextual Effects on Reproductive Health and Fertility
2:45 - 4:15 p.m.
Meeting Room 308 (Level 3)
Fertility Decline and Rainfall Variation in Malawi
Monica J. Grant , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Katherine J. Curtis, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Audrey Dorelien, University of Minnesota; Rachel Rosenfeld, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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SATURDAY, APRIL 13

Paper Session 213: Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in the United States
9:15 - 10:45 a.m.
Meeting Room 211/212 (Level 2)
Pre-Conception, Pregnancy, and Postpartum Characteristics of Women Who Experience Severe Maternal Morbidity
Julia A. Drew, University of Minnesota; Susan E. Short, Brown University; Risa Griffin, Ipas

Paper Session 217: Gender and Sexual Minority Families
9:15 - 10:45 a.m.
Meeting Room 213 (Level 2)
Leisure Inequality: Comparing Same-Sex and Different-Sex Couples in the United States
Eric Stone and Liana C. Sayer, University of Maryland

Paper Session 222: Trends, Determinants, and Consequences of the Length of Working Life
9:15 - 10:45 a.m.
Meeting Room 305 (Level 3)
Alternative Pathways: An Intersectional Analysis of U.S. Men and Women Boomers’ Short-Term Workforce Stability, Exits, and Churn
Phyllis Moen, Sarah Flood, and Janet Wang, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 225: International Migration
11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Lone Star C (Level 3)
From Sweden to America: Migrant Selection and Social Mobility During the Era of Mass Migration
Björn Eriksson, Lund University; Martin Dribe, Lund University; Jonas Helgertz, University of Minnesota/Lund University

Paper Session 226: Trends, Determinants, Consequences, and Measurement of Unmet Need
11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Lone Star F (Level 3)
Unmet Need for Family Planning in the Context of Migration: Analysis of Ethiopia 2017 PMA2020 Survey Data
Emily Groene and Devon Kristiansen, University of Minnesota

Paper Session 234: Climate Change and Population Health
11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Meeting Room 303 (Level 3)
Climatic Influences on Women’s Health and Mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa
Clark Gray, Douglas Hopping, and Varun Goel, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Paper Session 241: Migration, Inequality, and Social Mobility
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Lone Star C (Level 3)
Occupational Segregation in France: “Brown-Collar” Jobs or an Overall Immigrant Disadvantage?
Rebbeca Tesfai, Temple University

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