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John Robert "Rob" Warren

Portrait: John Robert 'Rob' Warren

Professor
Ph.D. 1998 University of Wisconsin, Madison
Room 1172 Social Sciences
Phone: 612-624-2310
Email: warre046@umn.edu
Website: www.tc.umn.edu/~warre046/

Curriculum Vitae

Interest Areas

Social Inequality; Education; Health Disparities; Demography

Current Research

WORK AND FAMILY ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE (with Jim Raymo)
Using data from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study, we are modeling the impact of work and family roles and conditions across the life course on health, well-being, financial security, and other outcomes in late adulthood.

Integrating, Harmonizing, and Linking Data from the Current Population Survey (with Sarah Flood) Despite the longitudinal design of the Current Population Survey (CPS), researchers have almost exclusively analyzed these data as though they were collected through a series of cross-sectional surveys.  With support from the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, we are developing integrated data, dissemination software, and associated metadata that will make longitudinal analyses of CPS data radically easier.

Selected Publications

Annual Estimates of the Unauthorized Immigrant Population in the United States, by State: 1990 to 2010” with Robert E. Warren. Forthcoming in International Migration Review.

Wage Penalties for Foreign Degrees Among College Educated Immigrants” with Caren Arbeit. Forthcoming in Social Science Research.

“High-Stakes Testing and the Rise of the GED” with Andrew Halpern-Manners. Chapter forthcoming in Studies of the GED Testing Program, edited by James J. Heckman, John Eric Humphries and Nicholas Mader.

First through Eighth Grade Retention Rates for All 50 States: A New Method and Initial Results" with jim saliba. 2012. Educational Researcher 41:320-329.

Panel Conditioning Effects in Longitudinal Social Science Surveyswith Andrew Halpern-Manners. 2012. Sociological Methods & Research 41: 491-534.