Robert D. Mare

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Sociology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Parents

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Albert I Hermalin grad student
William M. Mason grad student 1977 Chicago

Children

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Yu Xie grad student 1989 UW Madison
Meichu D. Chen grad student 2000 UW Madison
Vincent K. Fu grad student 2003 UCLA
Elizabeth E Bruch grad student 2006 UCLA
Vanesa Estrada grad student 2007 UCLA
Jennifer Flashman grad student 2009 UCLA
Bongoh Kye grad student 2010 UCLA
Claudia D. Solari grad student 2010 UCLA
Yana A. Kucheva grad student 2012 UCLA
Erika A. Velazquez grad student 2014 UCLA
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Song X, Mare RD. (2019) Shared Lifetimes, Multigenerational Exposure, and Educational Mobility. Demography
Song X, Mare RD. (2017) Short-Term and Long-Term Educational Mobility of Families: A Two-Sex Approach. Demography
Bruch EE, Mare RD. (2012) METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN THE ANALYSIS OF RESIDENTIAL PREFERENCES, RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY, AND NEIGHBORHOOD CHANGE. Sociological Methodology. 42: 103-154
Kye B, Mare RD. (2012) Intergenerational effects of shifts in women's educational distribution in South Korea: Transmission, differential fertility, and assortative mating. Social Science Research. 41: 1495-514
Solari CD, Mare RD. (2012) Housing crowding effects on children's wellbeing. Social Science Research. 41: 464-76
Bruch EE, Mare RD. (2009) PREFERENCES AND PATHWAYS TO SEGREGATION: REPLY TO VAN DE RIJT, SIEGEL, AND MACY. Ajs; American Journal of Sociology. 114: 1181-1198
Mare RD, Maralani V. (2006) The Intergenerational Effects of Changes in Women's Educational Attainments. American Sociological Review. 71: 5542-564
Musick K, Mare RD. (2004) Family structure, intergenerational mobility, and the reproduction of poverty: Evidence for increasing polarization Demography. 41: 629-648
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