Every unhappy family might be unhappy in its own way, but when they sit down together at the table, they’re alike according to one important measure: they eat better.
A 2015 research brief by two professors from Cornell University and University of Michigan and the Scholars Strategy Network explores family stability and whether unmarried, cohabiting parents are as likely as married couples to stay together.
2014 research brief on the choices of EITC recipients on marriage, childbearing and taxes, by Laura M. Tach of Cornell University and the Scholars Strategy Network.
2013 study from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University examining rentals in the United States, including demographics, costs and public-policy challenges.
2013 review of studies and papers with fact-based information on the Affordable Care Act's enrollment programs, which began in certain states on Oct. 1, 2013.
2013 study by University of Oregon and Willamette University on interventions to improve the selective attention of preschoolers from low-income families.
2013 working paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research on the relationship between family planning access and long-term economic outcomes.
2013 study from Syracuse and Georgetown University in
Social Science Research on how single parenthood can affects children's life outcomes.
2013 research review on polarization in various areas of American life, including geographical location, social relationships and dating preferences.
2013 research on contraception policies and pregnancy rates, including a 2012 study from Washington University in St. Louis on the relationship between free access to birth control and abortion rates.