Maria Cancian
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The effect of additional child support income on the risk of child maltreatment
M Cancian, MY Yang, KS Slack
Social Service Review 87 (3), 417-437, 2013
The changing importance of white women's economic prospects for assortative mating
MM Sweeney, M Cancian
Journal of Marriage and Family 66 (4), 1015-1028, 2004
Before and after TANF: The economic well-being of women leaving welfare
M Cancian, RH Haveman, DR Meyer, B Wolfe
Social Service Review 76 (4), 603-641, 2002
Assessing the effects of wives' earnings on family income inequality
M Cancian, D Reed
Review of Economics and Statistics 80 (1), 73-79, 1998
Who gets custody now? Dramatic changes in children’s living arrangements after divorce
M Cancian, DR Meyer, PR Brown, ST Cook
Demography 51 (4), 1381-1396, 2014
Who gets custody?
M Cancian, DR Meyer
Demography 35, 147-157, 1998
The impact of wives’ earnings on income inequality: Issues and estimates
M Cancian, D Reed
Demography 36 (2), 173-184, 1999
Working wives and family income inequality among married couples
M Cancian, S Danziger, P Gottschalk
Uneven tides: Rising inequality in America, 195-221, 1993
Work after welfare: Women's work effort, occupation, and economic well-being
M Cancian, DR Meyer
Social Work Research 24 (2), 69-86, 2000
Work, earnings, and well-being after welfare: What do we know?
M Cancian, R Haveman, T Kaplan, D Meyer
JCPR Working Papers, 1999
Family structure, childbearing, and parental employment: Implications for the level and trend in poverty
M Cancian, D Reed
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Institute for Research on Poverty, 2008
Multiple-partner fertility: Incidence and implications for child support policy
DR Meyer, M Cancian, ST Cook
Social Service Review 79 (4), 577-601, 2005
Children’s academic achievement and foster care
LM Berger, M Cancian, E Han, J Noyes, V Rios-Salas
Pediatrics 135 (1), e109-e116, 2015
Economic well-being following an exit from Aid to Families with Dependent Children
DR Meyer, M Cancian
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 479-492, 1998
Changing poverty, changing policies
M Cancian, S Danziger
Russell Sage Foundation, 2009
The evolution of family complexity from the perspective of nonmarital children
M Cancian, DR Meyer, ST Cook
Demography 48 (3), 957-982, 2011
The growth in shared custody in the United States: Patterns and implications
DR Meyer, M Cancian, ST Cook
Family Court Review 55 (4), 500-512, 2017
Changes in family structure: Implications for poverty and related policy
M Cancian, D Reed
Understanding poverty 11, 69-96, 2001
Alternative measures of economic success among TANF participants: Avoiding poverty, hardship, and dependence on public assistance
M Cancian, DR Meyer
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 23 (3), 531-548, 2004
Child support: Responsible fatherhood and the quid pro quo
M Cancian, DR Meyer, E Han
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 635 (1 …, 2011
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