David J. Harding

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Population Studies Center

426 Thompson St., P.O. Box 1248

Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1248

United States

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The Changing Effect of Family Background on the Incomes of American Adults

UNEQUAL CHANCES: FAMILY BACKGROUND AND ECONOMIC SUCCESS, Samuel Bowles, Herbert Gintis, and Melissa Osborne, eds., Princeton University Press and Russell Sage, 2004
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 17 Dec 2003
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Population Studies Center, Harvard University - Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), Syracuse University - Center for Policy Research and Irving Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies
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Welfare, Healthcare, Social Policy

2.

Reconsidering Culture and Poverty

ANNALS, AAPSS, 629, May 2010
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 18 Aug 2012
Mario Luis Small, David J. Harding and Michèle Lamont
University of Chicago, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Population Studies Center and Harvard University - Department of Sociology
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Unpacking Neighborhood Influences on Education Outcomes: Setting the Stage for Future Research

NBER Working Paper No. w16055
Number of pages: 56 Posted: 07 Jun 2010
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Population Studies Center, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), Harvard University - Department of Sociology, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) and Government of the United States of America - Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
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Incarceration, Prisoner Reentry, and Communities

Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 40, pp. 411-429, 2014
Posted: 03 Aug 2014
Jeffrey D. Morenoff and David J. Harding
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Population Studies Center

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