CFS is pleased to announce the release of four training and funding opportunities supported through the Social Security Administration’s Retirement and Disability Research Consortium (RDRC). The CFS Retirement and Disability Research Center (CFS RDRC) is one of four Centers of the Consortium, all of which offer training and funding for research in retirement and disability topic areas.
The scholars’ projects investigate important topics related to labor force and employment across the life course, equity and access, and financial stability.
September 9: Stephen Ross, University of Connecticut, High Cost Lenders and the Geographic Concentration of Foreclosures
September 23: Erik Hembre, University of Illinois-Chicago, Tax Incentives and Housing Decisions: Investigating Effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
September 30: Omer Ali, The Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University, Survey evidence of racial disparities in the impact of COVID-19
October 21: Andrés Shahidinejad, Ph.D. Student in Economics at University of Chicago, Banking with Credit Unions: Household Credit Consequences
November 11: Carter Braxton, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Can the unemployed borrow? Implications for public insurance
November 18: Adibah Abdulhadi, Ph.D. Student Economics at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Selection in Disability Insurance Market
December 2: Angie Ahmadi, American University, Long-Term Care Insurance: Welfare Implications of Health Uncertainty and Suboptimal Timing of Purchase