|Heuveline, Patrick, PhD|
Patrick Heuveline is Professor of Sociology at UCLA. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and Demography from the University of Pennsylvania (1997) and is co-author of the textbook Demography: Measuring and Modeling Population Processes (with Samuel H. Preston and Michel Guillot, 2000). A student of demographic changes, Dr. Heuveline is interested in modeling population dynamics, in assessing the demographic impact of shocks to demographic equilibria, and in understanding their social consequences. His work on the more developed countries has focused on changes in family structure measured from the standpoint of children's experience of different living arrangements, as part of an ongoing international study of welfare states, family structures, and children's wellbeing. Supported by a W.T. Grant Scholars Award, this project studies how the effects of family structure on children's outcomes may depend on the nature of the State-Family alliance with respect to child welfare.
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