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The Center for Demography and Ecology (CDE) is a multi-disciplinary cooperative for social scientific demographic research and graduate training at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. CDE affiliates produce demographic research and data in the center’s five research areas: Demography of Inequality; Fertility, Families and Households; Health and the Life Course; Biodemography; and Environmental and Spatial Demography. CDE receives funding via a Population Research Infrastructure grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (P2C HD047873).



  • December
    • December 1
      Demography Seminar (DemSem)"Safety-Net Reform and Long-Term Changes in Economic Outcomes Among Low-Skill Americans?" Jeffrey Grogger (University of Chicago)12:15 PM
    • December 8
      Demography Seminar (DemSem)"When Evidence Shapes Policy: A Conversation about Reproductive Healthcare Access in the U.S.," Danielle Bessett (Univ. of Cincinnati), Tiffany Green (UW-Madison), Jenny Higgins (UW-Madison), Alison Norris (Ohio State), Kari White (UT Austin)12:15 PM