Marta Tienda

Sociology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Marta Tienda"


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Jeffrey D. Morenoff grad student 2000 Chicago
Michael J. Rosenfeld grad student 2000 Chicago
Ann J. Morning grad student 2004 Princeton
Rina Agarwala grad student 2006 Princeton
Michelle B. Frost grad student 2006 Princeton
Donnell J. Butler grad student 2009 Princeton
Clemencia Cosentino de Cohen grad student 2010 Princeton
Kevin S. O'Neil grad student 2011 Princeton
John R. B. Palmer grad student 2013 Princeton
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Tienda M. (2016) Economic Implications of Demographic Change: Diversity Dividend or Deficit¿ Business Economics. 51: 11-17
O'Neil K, Tienda M. (2015) Age at immigration and the incomes of older immigrants, 1994-2010. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 70: 291-302
Martinson ML, Tienda M. (2015) Birthing, Nativity, and Maternal Depression: Australia and the U.S., International Migration Review
Tienda M. (2015) Texas' Education Challenge: A Demographic Dividend or Bust? Ten-Gallon Economy: Sizing Up Economic Growth in Texas. 61-77
Tienda M. (2015) Texas’ education challenge: A demographic dividend or bust? Ten-Gallon Economy: Sizing Up Economic Growth in Texas. 61-77
Tienda M, Fletcher JM. (2015) High school quality and race differences in college achievement Race and Social Problems-Restructuring Inequality. 137-159
Tienda M, Fuentes N. (2014) Hispanics in metropolitan America: New realities and old debates Annual Review of Sociology. 40: 499-520
Tienda M, Sanchez S. (2013) Latin American Immigration to the United States. Daedalus. 142: 48-64
Tienda M. (2013) Diversity ≠ Inclusion: Promoting Integration in Higher Education. Educational Researcher (Washington, D.C. : 1972). 42: 467-475
Carr S, Tienda M. (2013) Family Sponsorship and Late-Age Immigration in Aging America: Revised and Expanded Estimates of Chained Migration. Population Research and Policy Review. 32
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