ROBERT F. SCHOENI
Research Professor, Population Studies Center.
Professor, G. Ford School of Public Policy.
Research Professor, Survey Research Center.
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Dr. Schoeni studies labor economics, the family, aging, and welfare policy. Recent studies include the investigation of changes in old-age health status and disability, the effects of welfare reform on various outcomes, the economic consequences of workplace injuries, and poverty among older women. He serves as Co-Director of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. He directs a MiCDA network on TRENDS in disability.
Funded Aging Projects
- Health, Wealth, and Time Use Over the Life Course and Across Generations (NIA)
- Transition to Adulthood within its Life Course & Intergenerational Family Context (NICHD)
- Linking 1940 U.S. Census Data for Five Modern Surveys on Health and Aging (NIA)
- Health and socioeconomic status of early retirees: patterns, differentials, and trends (Sloan)
- University of Michigan Retirement Research Center 2013-2018 (SSA)
- Psychological Human Capital and Mortality across the Life Course: Evidence from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (MiCDA)
- Continuity and Change in American Economic and Social Life: The PSID 2012 - 2016 (NSF)
- Economic Status, Health, & Wellbeing over the Life Course and Across Generations (NIA)
- BCC-SBE: Exploring the Need for a New Nationally Representative Household Panel in the United States: A Workshop Proposal (NSF)
- Preserving and Utilizing Historical Data in the PSID (NSF)
- Wealth after the Great Recession: Who Lost and Who Recovered? (Russell Sage Foundation)
- Health, Wealth, and Wellbeing over the Life Course and Across Generations (NIA)
- Family Exchanges Study II (NIA)
- Family Dynamics, Fertility, and Investments in Children Across Generations (NICHD)
- Health, Wealth, and Pensions Over the Life Course in a Long Panel (NIA)
- Continuity and Change in American Economic and Social Life: The Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) 2007 2011 (NSF)
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