SI 2022 Children

Janet Currie and Anna Aizer, Organizers

July 28-29, 2022

Parkview Room

Royal Sonesta Hotel, 40 Edwin H. Land Blvd., Cambridge, MA and zoom.us

Conference Code of Conduct

Thursday, July 28
9:30 am
Coffee and Pastries
10:00 am
Sarah Miller, University of Michigan and NBER
Kate Moulton, Stanford University
Petra Persson, Stanford University and NBER
Maya Rossin-Slater, Stanford University and NBER
Laura Wherry, New York University and NBER
Gloria Aldana, US Census Bureau

Maternal and Infant Health Inequality: New Evidence from Linked Administrative Data
10:45 am
Alex Hollingsworth, Indiana University and NBER
Krzysztof Karbownik, Emory University and NBER
Melissa A. Thomasson, Miami University and NBER
Anthony Wray, University of Southern Denmark

A Gift of Health: The Duke Endowment's Impact on Hospital Care and Mortality
11:30 am
Break
11:45 am
Pamela Jakiela, Williams College
Owen Ozier, Williams College
Lia Fernald, Berkeley School of Public Health
Heather Knauer, University of California at Berkeley

Big Sisters
11:55 am
Jorge Aguero, University of Connecticut
Erdal Asker, University of Connecticut

Big Sisters and Risky Sexual Behaviors
12:05 pm
Maria D. Fitzpatrick, Cornell University and NBER
Katharine Sadowski, Cornell University
Christopher Wildeman, Cornell University

Does Access to an Algorithmic Decision-making Tool Change Child Protective Service Caseworkers’ Investigation Decisions?
12:15 pm
David Simon, University of Connecticut and NBER
Aaron Sojourner, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research

Economic Incentives, Adoption out of Foster Care, and Long Term Outcomes
12:25 pm
Rebecca Dizon-Ross, University of Chicago and NBER
Seema Jayachandran, Princeton University and NBER

Detecting Mother-Father Differences in Spending on Children: A New Approach Using Willingness-to-Pay Elicitation
12:35 pm
Lunch
1:25 pm
Andres Barrios Fernandez, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Christopher Neilson, Yale University and NBER
Seth D. Zimmerman, Yale University and NBER

Elite Universities and the Intergenerational Transmission of Human and Social Capital
2:10 pm
Sandra E. Black, Columbia University and NBER
Neil Duzett, Texas A&M University
Adriana Lleras-Muney, University of California, Los Angeles and NBER
Joseph Price, Brigham Young University and NBER
Nolan G. Pope, University of Maryland

Intergenerational Correlations in Longevity (slides)
2:55 pm
Break
3:15 pm
Jennifer L. Baker, Center for Clinical Research and Prevention
Lise G. Bjerregaard, Center for Clinical Research and Prevention
Christian M. Dahl, University of Southern Denmark
Torben Skov Dyg Johansen, University of Southern Denmark
Emil Sorenson, University of Bristol
Miriam Wüst, University of Copenhagen

Long-Run and Multi-Generational Impacts of Investments in Child Health: Evidence from a Government Trial
4:00 pm
Olivia J. Healy, Northwestern University
Jennifer Heissel, Naval Postgraduate School

Baby Bumps in the Road: The Impact of Parenthood on Job Performance, Human Capital, and Career Advancement
4:45 pm
Adjourn
Friday, July 29
8:30 am
Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am
Guthrie Gray-Lobe, University of Chicago
Anthony Keats, Wesleyan University
Michael Kremer, University of Chicago and NBER
Isaac Mbiti, University of Virginia and NBER
Owen Ozier, Williams College

Can Codification Improve Learning? Experimental Evidence from Kenya
9:45 am
Owen Thompson, Williams College and NBER
Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin-Madison and NBER
Garrett Anstreicher, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Long Run Impacts of Court Ordered Desegregation
10:30 am
Break
10:45 am
Keith Finlay, U.S. Census Bureau
Michael G. Mueller-Smith, University of Michigan
Brittany Street, University of Missouri

Measuring Intergenerational Exposure to the U.S. Justice System: Evidence from Longitudinal Links between Survey and Administrative Data
11:30 am
Break
11:45 am
Jamie Hansen-Lewis, University of California, Davis
Michelle M. Marcus, Vanderbilt University and NBER

Uncharted Waters: Effects of Maritime Emission Regulation
11:55 am
Marianne Bitler, University of California, Davis and NBER
Danea Horn, Stanford University
Esra Kose, Bucknell University
Maria Rosales-Rueda, Rutgers University and NBER
Arian Seifoddini, University of California, Davis

Determinants and Effects of WIC Rollout: Evidence from Newly Digitized Data from the National Archives
12:05 pm
Juan A. Echenique, New York University

Comprehensive Early Childhood Development Support Systems and Academic Achievement: The Case of Chile Crece Contigo (slides)
12:15 pm
Esther Arenas Arroyo, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Bernhard Schmidpeter, Johannes Kepler University Linz

Spillover Effects of Immigration Policies on Children’s Human Capital
12:25 pm
Lunch
1:15 pm
Alexandra de Gendre, The University of Melbourne
John Lynch, University of Adelaide
Aurélie Meunier, PHMR Ltd
Rhiannon Megan Pilkington, The University of Adelaide
Stefanie Schurer, University of Sydney

Child Health and Parental Responses to an Unconditional Cash Transfer at Birth
2:00 pm
Cristina Borra, Universidad de Sevilla
Ana María Costa-Ramón, University of Zurich
Libertad Gonzalez, Universidad Pompeu Fabra
Almudena Sevilla, University College London

The Causal Effect of an Income Shock on Children's Human Capital (slides)
2:45 pm
Break
3:00 pm
Jonathan Gruber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Kristiina Huttunen, Aalto University
Tuomas Kosonen, VATT Institute for Economic Research

Paying Moms to Stay Home: Short and Long Run Effects on Parents and Children
3:45 pm
Adjourn