Jethwani-Keyser, Monique, Mincy, Ronald, and Eva Haldane. (Forthcoming). We’re Graduating, What’s Next? Relational Contributions to the Educational Aspirations of Black Bermudian Adolescent Boys. Journal of Black Psychology.
Mincy, Ronald B., Miller, Daniel P., and Elia De la Cruz. (under review, Demography). Child support compliance during economic downturns.
Miller, Daniel, P. and Ronald B. Mincy. (Forthcoming). The Effects of Child Support Arrears on Fathers’ Formal and Informal Labor Force Participation. Social Service Review.
Mincy, Ronald. B., Klempin, Serena., and Heather Schmidt. 2011. Income Support Policies for Low-Income Men and Noncustodial Fathers: Tax and Transfer Programs. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 635 (May): 240-261.
Smeeding, Timothy M., Garfinkel, Irwin, and Ronald B. Mincy. 2011. Introduction: Young Disadvantaged Men: Fathers, Families, Poverty, and Policy. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 635 (May): 6-21.
Haldane, Eva. C., Mincy, Ronald. B., and Daniel P. Miller. 2010. Racial Disparities in Men’s Health and the Transition to Marriage among Unmarried Fathers. Journal of Family Issues, 31 (9): 1183-1210.
Tach, Laura, Mincy, Ronald B., and Kathryn Edin. 2010. Parenting as a “Package Deal”: Relationships, Fertility, and Nonresident Father Involvement among Unmarried Parents. Demography, 47 (1): 181-204.
Geller, Amanda Beth, Garfinkel, Irv, Cooper, Casey, and Ronald B. Mincy. 2009. Parental Incarceration and Child Well-being: Implications for Urban Families. Social Science Quarterly: Special Issue on Health Policy and Healthy Populations, 90 (5): 1186-1202.
Mincy, Ronald, Hill, Jennifer, and Marilyn Sinkewicz. 2009. Marriage: Cause or Mere Indicator of Future Earnings Growth? Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 28 (3): 417-439. (Winner of JPAM’s 2009 Raymond Vernon Memorial Prize for the Best Research Article.)
Edin, Kathryn, Tach, Laura, and Ronald B. Mincy. 2009. Claiming Fatherhood: Race and the Dynamics of Paternal Involvement among Unmarried Fathers. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 621 (1): 149-177.