Bobbie Weber, Ph.D.

Bobbie Weber, Ph.D.

Research Associate (retired)

Office: 541-737-9243

Hallie E. Ford Center

Hallie E. Ford Center 231

2631 SW Campus Way

2631 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
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Roberta “Bobbie” Weber, PhD is a Faculty Research Associate in the Family Policy Program, Hallie Ford Center, part of the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. Dr. Weber received a Masters in Child Development from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies from Oregon State University.  Dr. Weber’s focus is policy-relevant research about young children and their parents.  Her research includes studies of subsidy policy impact, parental child care decision making; child care stability, child care supply and demand; and market rate survey methodology.  A founding member of the national Child Care Policy Research Consortium, much of her work involves the interface of policy, practice, and research.



Journal Article

E. E. Davis, Grobe, D., and Weber, B., Rural-Urban Differences in Child Care Subsidy Use and Employment Stability, Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 135-153, 2010.


Journal Article

D. Grobe, Weber, B., and Davis, E. E., Why Do They Leave: Child Care Subsidy Usage in Oregon, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, vol. 29, pp. 110-127, 2008.


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