MPC Seminar Series

MPC is a University-wide interdisciplinary cooperative for demographic research. Seminars are held during both the fall and spring semesters.

Unless otherwise noted, all MPC Seminars are held from 12:15 to 1:15 PM on Mondays in the ISRDI Seminar Room (50 Willey Hall)

Fall 2019 Schedule

Fall 2019 Flyer

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
Unwanted Fertility: Measures and Trends
John Casterline — Sociology, The Ohio State University

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Population-Based Cancer Registries in the United States: History and Application to Pediatric Cancer
Logan Spector — Pediatric Epidemiology, University of Minnesota

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
Algorithmic Risk Assessment in the Hands of Humans
Jennifer Doleac — Economics, Texas A&M University

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
TBD
Jack DeWaard — Sociology, University of Minnesota

MONDAY, OCTOBER 7
Economic and Cultural Assimilation in Immigrant Enclaves: Evidence From the Industrial Removal Office
Dylan Connor — Geography, Arizona State University

MONDAY, OCTOBER 14
The Long-Run Effects of California's Paid Family Leave on Women's Careers: Evidence From U.S. Tax Records
Martha Bailey — Economics, University of Michigan

MONDAY, OCTOBER 21
Fathers' Time Investments in India: A Preference for Sons?
Nancy Luke — Sociology and Demography, The Pennsylvania State University

MONDAY, OCTOBER 28
Can You Move to Opportunity? Evidence From the Great Migration
Ellora Derenoncourt — Economics, Princeton University

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4
The Intergenerational Effects of Medicaid's Introduction
Andrew Goodman-Bacon — Economics, Vanderbilt University

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11
The Long-term Health Consequences of Childhood Food Insecurity
Angela Fertig — Public Policy, University of Minnesota

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18
Integrated U.S. Microdata from IPUMS Health Surveys: New Developments and Future Plans
Julia Drew — IPUMS

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25
Reviving the USDA/Purnell Act 1920s and 1930s Time Use Diary Data: Exploring Changes in Women's Activity Patterns
Teresa Harms — Social Psychology, University College London

MONDAY, DECEMBER 2
The U.S. HIV Epidemic in High-Priority Populations: A Spatial Demographic and Spatial Epidemiological Analysis
Dustin Duncan — Population Health, New York University

MONDAY, DECEMBER 9
TBD
Irma Elo — Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

Previous Seminar Series:


Since 2004, the MPC has been bringing national and international demographers to Minnesota to share their research at our Seminar Series. Click on the links below to see a listing of previous MPC Seminar Series presentations and speakers. If you would like more information regarding a past presentation, please contact mpc@umn.edu.

To watch recordings, visit the ISRDI YouTube channel.