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    Growth and Change in the Composition of Vulnerable Nonresident Fatherhood

    This study looks at the number and composition of vulnerable nonresident fathers who have limited ability to pay their child support obligations. Using a representative state’s policies, it provides rough predictions of how many nonresident fathers would have negative income after meeting their full child support obligations, their own basic needs and tax obligations. It also describes the demographic composition of these vulnerable fathers.


    https://www.pgpf.org/us-2050/research-projects/Growth-and-Change-in-the-Composition-of-Vulnerable-Nonresident-Fatherhood

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    Immigrants and the U.S. Wage Distribution

    This project documents how foreign-born workers affect the wages of low, middle- and high-income workers. It documents the evolution of immigrants in the US wage distribution since 1980, identifies the way that immigrants reshape the wage distribution, and considers the implications of immigration on the future wage distribution in the US.


    https://www.pgpf.org/us-2050/research-projects/Immigrants-and-the-US-Wage-Distribution

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    The Impact of Immigration Reform on Medicare’s Fiscal Solvency

    This paper examines the fiscal impact of immigration reform on the solvency of the Medicare Part A, Part B and Part D Trust funds. It uses a hypothetical reform proposal to estimate the additional contributions and benefit costs of expanding Medicare eligibility for immigrants who are currently unauthorized.


    https://www.pgpf.org/us-2050/research-projects/The-Impact-of-Immigration-Reform-on-Medicares-Fiscal-Solvency

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    Is the Drop in Fertility Due to the Great Recession or a Permanent Change?

    This paper identifies factors that affect the fertility rate and estimates the magnitude of these effects. It explores whether the recent decline in fertility is a temporary drop in response to the economic downturn or is instead a slow shift to lower levels seen other developed countries.


    https://www.pgpf.org/us-2050/research-projects/Is-the-Drop-in-Fertility-Due-to-the-Great-Recession-or-a-Permanent-Change

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    Socioeconomic Disparities in Disabled and Disability-Free Life Expectancy: Implications for Our Fiscal Future

    This paper models how disability-free and disabled life expectancy — broken into mildly- and severely-disabled spells at older ages — vary by socioeconomic characteristics. It then discusses the impact of these findings on the finances of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.


    https://www.pgpf.org/us-2050/research-projects/Socioeconomic-Disparities-in-Disabled-and-Disability-Free-Life-Expectancy-Implications-for-Our-Fiscal-Future

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    Work-Related Opportunity Costs of Providing Unpaid Family Care

    This project examines the impact on labor force participation, hours worked and earnings of adult children when they decide to provide unpaid care for older parents. It also assesses the overall employment-related opportunity cost of unpaid family care in the United States today and through 2050.


    https://www.pgpf.org/us-2050/research-projects/Work-Related-Opportunity-Costs-of-Providing-Unpaid-Family-Care

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    Retirement Security in 2050: Future Outcomes for GenX and Early Millennial Retirees

    This project follows working-age adults over time to understand how economic, demographic and policy changes are impacting their retirement preparation. It also projects their financial outcomes at older ages to understand the implications of these changes on their future retirement security.


    https://www.pgpf.org/us-2050/Retirement-Security-in-2050-Future-Outcomes-for-GenX-and-Early-Millennial-Retirees

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