Misty L. Heggeness
Misty L. Heggeness
Principal Economist/Senior Advisor, U.S. Census Bureau
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Intergenerational coresidence in developing countries
S Ruggles, ML Heggeness
Population and Development Review 34 (2), 253-281, 2008
1472008
Living in near poverty in the United States, 1966-2012
C Hokayem, ML Heggeness
US Census Bureau, 2014
45*2014
Manning up and womaning down: How husbands and wives report earnings when she earns more
M Murray-Close, ML Heggeness
Federal Reserve Institute Working Paper 28, 2019
34*2019
Measuring diversity of the National Institutes of Health-funded workforce
ML Heggeness, L Evans, JR Pohlhaus, SL Mills
Academic Medicine 91 (8), 1164, 2016
292016
The new face of US science
ML Heggeness, KTW Gunsalus, J Pacas, G McDowell
Nature 541 (7635), 21, 2017
26*2017
Understanding the quality of alternative citizenship data sources for the 2020 census
JD Brown, ML Heggeness, SM Dorinski, L Warren, M Yi
US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, 2018
222018
Precision in measurement: Using SNAP administrative records to evaluate poverty measurement
L Fox, ML Heggeness, K Stevens
US Census Bureau, 2017
22*2017
Women's careers in biomedical sciences: Implications for the economy, scientific discovery, and women's health
JL Plank-Bazinet, ML Heggeness, PK Lund, JA Clayton
Journal of Women's Health 26 (5), 525-529, 2017
172017
Factors influencing length of stay in out-of-home placements: Are human services and corrections placements different?
ML Heggeness, EE Davis
Children and Youth Services Review 32 (5), 749-757, 2010
17*2010
Factors influencing transitions into and out of near poverty: 2004-2012
C Hokayem, ML Heggeness
US Census Bureau, 2014
142014
Life on the edge: Living near poverty in the United States, 1966-2011
ML Heggeness, C Hokayem
US Census Bureau, 2013
132013
The impact of postdoctoral fellowships on a future independent career in federally funded biomedical research
ML Heggeness, DK Ginther, MI Larenas, FD Carter-Johnson
NBER Working Paper, 2018
112018
Estimating the immediate impact of the COVID-19 shock on parental attachment to the labor market and the double bind of mothers
ML Heggeness
Review of Economics of the Household 18 (4), 1053-1078, 2020
10*2020
Improving child welfare in middle income countries: The unintended consequence of a pro-homemaker divorce law and wait time to divorce
ML Heggeness
Journal of Development Economics 143, 102405, 2020
10*2020
Policy implications of aging in the NIH-funded workforce
ML Heggeness, F Carter-Johnson, WT Schaffer, SJ Rockey
Cell Stem Cell 19 (1), 15-18, 2016
92016
Preparing for the 21st Century Biomedical Research Job Market: Using Census Data to Inform Policy and Career Decision-Making Version 1
M Heggeness, K Gunsalus, J Pacas, G McDowell
Self-Journals of Science, 2016
92016
Predicting the effect of adding a citizenship question to the 2020 Census
JD Brown, ML Heggeness, SM Dorinski, L Warren, M Yi
Demography 56 (4), 1173-1194, 2019
6*2019
Working moms bear brunt of home schooling while working during COVID-19
ML Heggeness, JM Fields
US Census Bureau, 2020
52020
Precision in measurement: Using state-level SNAP administrative records and the transfer income model (TRIM3) to evaluate poverty measurement (SEHSD Working Paper# 2018-15 …
K Stevens, LE Fox, ML Heggeness
EHSD Working Paper, 2018
52018
How well do individuals report Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) take up in household surveys?
S Colby, J Debora, ML Heggeness
US Census Bureau, 2016
52016
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