Emily Rauscher, Ph.D.

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2012 Sociology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
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Public and Social Welfare, Sociology of Education, Legal Studies, Policy Education
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Dalton Conley grad student 2012 NYU
 (Social Returns to Education: Exploiting U.S. Compulsory Schooling Laws 1850-1930.)
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Alvord D, Rauscher E. (2019) Minority Support: School District Demographics and Support for Funding Election Measures: Urban Affairs Review. 107808741987746
Rauscher E. (2017) Plastic and immobile: Unequal intergenerational mobility by genetic sensitivity score within sibling pairs. Social Science Research. 65: 112-129
Rauscher E. (2017) Marriage Delayed and Equalized: Effects of Early U.S. Compulsory Schooling Laws on Marital Patterns by Race The Sociological Quarterly. 58: 447-469
Friedline T, Rauscher E, West S, et al. (2017) “They will go like I did”: How parents think about college for their young children in the context of rising costs Children and Youth Services Review. 81: 340-349
Rauscher E, Elliott W, O'Brien M, et al. (2017) Examining the relationship between parental educational expectations and a community-based children's savings account program Children and Youth Services Review. 74: 96-107
Rauscher E. (2016) Passing It On: Parent-to-Adult Child Financial Transfers for School and Socioeconomic Attainment Rsf: the Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences. 2: 172-196
Rauscher E. (2016) Does educational equality increase mobility? Exploiting nineteenth-century U.S. compulsory schooling laws American Journal of Sociology. 121: 1697-1761
Rauscher E, Elliott W. (2016) The Relationship between Income and Net Worth in the United States: A Virtuous Cycle for High- but Not Low-Income Households Journal of Poverty. 1-17
Rauscher E, Conley D, Siegal ML. (2015) Sibling genes as environment: Sibling dopamine genotypes and adolescent health support frequency dependent selection. Social Science Research. 54: 209-20
Rauscher E. (2015) Effects of Early U.S. Compulsory Schooling Laws on Educational Assortative Mating: The Importance of Context. Demography. 52: 1219-42
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