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1988
Ponza, Michael,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Corcoran, Mary,  Groskind, Fred . The Guns of Autumn? Age Differences in Support for Income Transfers to the Young and Old. Public Opinion Quarterly. 52, (4), 441-466.
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1991
Duncan, Greg J.,  Rodgers, Willard . Has children's poverty become more persistent?. American Sociological Review. 56, (4), 538-550.
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1994
Boisjoly, Johanne,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Smeeding, Timothy . Have Highly-Skilled Workers Fallen from Grace? The Shifting Burdens of Involuntary Job Losses from 1968 to 1992. Mimeograph.
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2007
Duncan, Greg J. Higher Ground: New Hope for Working Families and Their Children. University of Chicago, School of Social Administration. Chicago, IL.
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2007
Duncan, Greg J. Higher Ground: New Hope for Working Families and Their Children. University of Michigan, National Poverty Center. Ann Arbor, MI.
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2007
Duncan, Greg J. Higher Ground: New Hope for Working Families and Their Children. Conference on Generating Social Inequalities. New Haven, CT.
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2007
Duncan, Greg J.,  Huston, Aletha C.,  Weisner, Thomas S. Higher Ground: New Hope for Working Poor and Their Children. New York: Russell Sage.
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1995
Duncan, Greg J.,  Smeeding, Timothy,  Rodgers, Willard . Household Income Dynamics in the 1970s and 1980s. (Earlier versions of this paper were presented at the Levi Institute Conference on Income Inequality, Bard College, June 1991).
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1991
Duncan, Greg J.,  Laren, Deborah,  Yeung, Wei-Jun J. How Dependent Are America's Children on Welfare? Recent Findings from the PSID. Working Paper. Ann Arbor, MI: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan.
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1998
Duncan, Greg J.,  Dunifon, Rachel,  Doran, Moran Ward,  Yeung, Wei-Jun J. How Different are Welfare Families from Low-Income and Working Families? And Do Those Differences Matter for Children's Achievement?. Family Process and Child Development in Low Income Families. Chicago.
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1979
Corcoran, Mary,  Datcher, Linda,  Duncan, Greg J. How Do Workers Find Jobs? A Study of Informal Information and Influence Networks in Labor Markets. .
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1996
Duncan, Greg J.,  Boisjoly, Johanne,  Smeeding, Timothy . How Long does It Take a Young Worker to Support a Family?. Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University.
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1998
Duncan, Greg J.,  Yeung, Wei-Jun J.,  Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne,  Smith, Judith . How Much Does Childhood Poverty Affect the Life Chances of Children?. American Sociological Review. 63, (3), 406-423.
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1984
Duncan, Greg J.,  Hill, Daniel,  Ponza, Michael . How Representative is the PSID? A Response to Some Questions Raised in the Unicon Report. University of Michigan, Survey Research Center, Mimeograph.
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2000
McDonough, Peggy,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Williams, David,  House, James S. The impact of income dynamics on mortality in the United States. The Mortality Crisis in Transitional Economies. New York: Oxford.
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2005
Huston, Aletha C.,  Duncan, Greg J.,  McLoyd, Vonnie C.,  Crosby, Danielle A.,  Ripke, Marika N.,  Weisner, Thomas S.,  Eldred, Carolyn A. Impacts on children of a policy to promote employment and reduce poverty for low-income: New Hope after five years. Developmental Psychology. 41, (6), 902-918.
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1983
Duncan, Greg J. The Implications of Changing Family Composition for the Dynamic Analysis of Family Economic Well-Being. Panel Data on Incomes: A Selection of the Papers Presented at a Conference on the Analysis of Panel Data on Incomes, 24/25 June 1982 at International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines. London: The Centre.
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1980
Duncan, Greg J.,  Morgan, James N. The Incidence and Some Consequences of Major Life Events. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan.
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1981
Duncan, Greg J.,  Hoffman, Saul . The Incidence and Wage Effects of Overeducation. Economics of Education Review. (1), 75-86.
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1997
McDonough, Peggy,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Williams, David,  House, James S. Income dynamics and adult mortality in the United States, 1972 through 1989. American Journal of Public Health. 87, (9), 1476-1483.
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1996
Duncan, Greg J. Income dynamics and health. International Journal of Health Services. 26, (3), 419-444.
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1985
Augustyniak, Sue,  Duncan, Greg J.,  Liker, Jeffrey . Income Dynamics and Self-Conceptions: Linking Theory and Method for Models of Change. Life Course Dynamics: Trajectories and Transitions, 1968-1980. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
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1997
Duncan, Greg J.,  Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne . Income Effects Across the Life Span: Integration and Interpretation. Consequences of Growing Up Poor. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
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1992
Duncan, Greg J.,  Smeeding, Timothy,  Rodgers, Willard . The Incredible Shrinking Middle Class. American Demographics. 14, (5), 34-38.
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1980
Corcoran, Mary,  Datcher, Linda,  Duncan, Greg J. Information and Influence Networks in Labor Markets. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.
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