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An expert in the economics of labor supply and income equality; public assistance for the poor (welfare, food stamps, public housing); and the retirement, working and saving behavior of the elderly.
Improving infant morality rate estimates, evaluation of retirement preparedness in the United States
Elder, Todd E., John H. Goddeeris, and Steven J. Haider. Forthcoming. “Isolating the Roles of Individual Covariates in Reweighting Estimation.” Journal of Applied Econometrics.
Cascio, Elizabeth U., Steven J. Haider, and Helena Skyt Nelson. 2015. “The Effectiveness of Policies that Promote Labor Force Participation of Women with Children: A Collection of National Studies.” Labour Economics.
Solon, Gary, Steven J. Haider, and Jeffrey Wooldridge. 2015. “What Are We Weighting For?” Journal of Human Resources 50(2):301-316.
Haider, Steven J., Lenisa Vangjel, Tracie Bolton, Jonathan Gold, Beth H. Olson. 2014. “An Evaluation of the Effects of a Breastfeeding Support Program on Health Outcomes.” Health Services Research 49(6):2017-2034.
Elder, Todd E., John H. Goddeeris, Steven J. Haider and Nigel Paneth. 2014. “The Changing Character of the Black-White Infant Mortality Gap, 1983-2004.” American Journal of Public Health 104(S1) S105-S111.
Media CoverageStudying the black-white infant mortality gap
The Mystery of Why More Black Babies Die in Infancy than White Babies