Laura Tach

Harvard University - Department of Sociology

Cambridge, MA 02138

United States

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Would Equal Opportunity Mean More Mobility?

KSG Working Paper No. RWP05-037
Number of pages: 53 Posted: 09 Aug 2005
Christopher Jencks and Laura Tach
Harvard University - Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) and Harvard University - Department of Sociology
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Education Policy, Ethics/Political Philosophy, Welfare / Health Care/ Social Policy

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'Robbing Peter to Pay Paul': Economic and Cultural Explanations for How Lower-Income Families Manage Debt

Social Problems, Vol. 61, Issue 1, pp. 1–21,
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 27 Oct 2014 Last Revised: 24 Dec 2014
Laura Tach and Sara Sternberg Greene
Harvard University - Department of Sociology and Duke University School of Law
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Abstract:

financial behavior; debt; economic mobility; economic coping strategies; qualitative methods

3.

The Social Safety Net after Welfare Reform: Recent Developments and Consequences for Household Dynamics

Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 43, pp. 541-561, 2017
Posted: 14 Aug 2017
Laura Tach and Kathryn Edin
Harvard University - Department of Sociology and Johns Hopkins University

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4.

The Causal Effects of Father Absence

Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 39, pp. 399-427, 2013
Posted: 27 Jul 2013
Princeton University - Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Harvard University - Department of Sociology and University of California, Berkeley - Department of Sociology

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5.

Economic Insecurity and Social Stratification

Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 38, pp. 341-359, 2012
Posted: 16 Jul 2012
Harvard University - Department of Sociology, Harvard University - Department of Sociology, Harvard University - Department of Sociology and Harvard University - Department of Sociology

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