Household Finance Research Seminar, held weekly on Thursdays from 3:45-4:45pm

Our Spring 2022 HHF Seminars will be held in-person in 1199 Nancy Nicholas Hall and virtually via Zoom. Click HERE for Zoom link and meeting invitation.

With over 50 faculty affiliates across departments at UW-Madison, as well as more than 50 fellows at other institutions throughout the nation, The Center for Financial Security is pleased to provide a platform for sharing some of the most exciting and innovative early stage research in the household finance realm. Join us every Thursday of the academic year for a seminar from 3:45-4:45 pm for this multi-disciplinary exploration of household finance research.

Spring 2022 Speaker Calendar

January 27: Corina Mommaerts, Naoki Aizawa, and Stephanie Rennane, Exploring Worker and Firm Characteristics that Drive Use of Accommodation for Workers with Disabilities

February 3: CFS hosts information session on Year Five of the RDRC

February 10: Katie Fitzpatrick and Keisha Solomon, Health, Health Insurance, and Financial Security

February 17: Mary HammanStephanie RobertGargi Chaudhuri, and Milanika Turner, The Geography of Long-Term Care: Implications for SSI and Understanding Disparities in Living Arrangements Among Older Adults

February 24: Timothy SmeedingMadelaine L’Esperance, and Jevay Grooms, Social Security Interactions with Child Tax Credit Expansion

March 3: Lawrence M. BergerJ. Michael Collins, and Hilary Shager, The Power of Linked Administrative Data: Understanding Racial and Ethnic Differences in SSA and Means-Tested Benefit Receipt and Their Anti-Poverty Effects for Children in Multi-generational Families

March 10:Molly Costanzo and Lisa Klein Vogel, All in the Family: Parents of Children with Disabilities and Retirement

March 24: Megan Doherty Bea, Family Proximity and Co-Residence in Retirement: Heterogeneity in Residential Changes Across Older Adults’ Economic and Care Contexts

March 31 (Zoom Only): Chris HerbertJennifer Molinsky, Samara Scheckler, and Bonnie Albright, Household Composition, Resource Use and the Resilience of Older Adults Aging in Community During COVID-19

April 7: Erik Hembre, Housing for SSI Recipients: Expenditures, Quality, and Trends

April 14: Katie Jajtner and Yang Wang, The Effect of Public Policies on Work Disability

April 21: Cliff A. RobbMari DeLiema, and Steve Wendel, Enhancing Trust in the Social Security Administration and E-Government Among People Targeted by Fraud

April 28: Sebastian JilkePamela Herd, and Donald Moynihan, The Downstream Health Effects of SSI Take-up Among Older Adults

May 5: Stephanie MoultonMeta BrownJ. Michael CollinsDonald Haurin, and Cäzilia Loibl, The COVID-19 Pandemic and Older Adults’ Employment and Economic Security: Insights from Earnings and Credit Panel Data

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