Inequality hits families hard
Part of 'Glad You Asked' — A weekly podcast where faculty members weigh in on what's missing from the campaign debate.
Associate professor of public policy, sociology, and psychology and neuroscience, and a faculty fellow of the Center for Child and Family Policy
Expertise: Family, Health Care and Family
Her research focuses on causes and consequences of changing fertility and marriage patterns, including single mothers and marriage versus cohabitation, the causes and consequences of marriage among low-income parents and the health and well-being of low-income children.More Info