Participant Info

First Name
Christina
Last Name
Gibson-Davis
Country
University
Duke University
Keywords
Wealth inequality, Child Well being, Poverty, Marriage, Fertility, Social Class
Availability
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me

My areas of research include wealth inequality for families with children, class differences in marriage and fertility, and the effects of job loss on family and child well-being.

Recent Publications

Gassman-Pines, A., Gibson-Davis, C.M., Ananat, E. (2015) “How economic downturns affect children’s development: An interdisciplinary perspective on pathways of influence.” Child Development Perspectives. 9: 233-238.

Gibson-Davis, C.M. and Rackin, H.  “Marriage or carriage? Trends in union context and birth type by education.”  Journal of Marriage and Family. 76: 506–519

Rackin, H. and Gibson-Davis, C.M.  (2016) “The kids are all right:  Trends in family instability and union length.  Manuscript under review.

Gibson-Davis, C.M. and Percheski, C. (2016) “The kids may not be alright: US net worth inequality by family life stage, 1989-2013.” Manuscript in preparation.

Media Coverage
Country Focus
United States

Research Areas

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