University of Wisconsin–Madison

Family & Partnering

Family life and economic status are closely intertwined. Fertility, family formation, family structure, parental relationship dissolution, multiple-partner fertility, and family complexity patterns vary by socioeconomic status, as do parenting behaviors and the quality of children’s home environments. The family contexts in which children are born and raised are, in turn, associated with their own economic and social well-being throughout their lives.

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Cutting the Child Poverty Rate by Half: A Report from the National Academies

  • Hilary Hoynes and Robert Moffitt
  • Webinar
  • May 15 2019
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Strategies for Involving and Engaging Fathers in Programming

  • Tova Walsh, Lauren Zach, Patrick Fendt, and Darryl Davidson
  • Webinar
  • March 27 2019
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Well-Being of Families after Experiencing Homelessness

  • Amanda Benton and Carli Wulff
  • Webinar
  • March 06 2019
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Final Impact Findings from the Child Support Noncustodial Parent Employment Demonstration (CSPED)

  • Maria Cancian, Daniel R. Meyer, and Robert G. Wood
  • Report
  • March 2019
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Child Support Noncustodial Parent Employment Demonstration (CSPED): Findings from the Benefit-Cost Analysis

  • Quinn Moore, Katherine Anne Magnuson, and April Yanyuan Wu
  • Report
  • March 2019
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Final Impact Findings from the Child Support Noncustodial Parent Employment Demonstration (CSPED): Technical Supplement

  • Maria Cancian, Daniel R. Meyer, Lawrence M. Berger, Angela Guarin , Leslie Hodges, Katherine Anne Magnuson, Lisa Klein Vogel, Melody Waring, Robert G. Wood, Quinn Moore, and April Yanyuan Wu
  • Report
  • March 2019