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PAC2007-01 Reniers, Georges, Tekebash Araya, Yemane Berhane, Gail Davey, and Eduard J. Sanders: Disclosure of HIV Test Results and Non-response Bias in Seroprevalence Surveys (POP2007-05)
Subsequently published as: Reniers, Georges, Tekebash Araya, Yemane Berhane, Gail Davey, and Eduard J. Sanders. “Implications of the HIV testing protocol for refusal bias in seroprevalence surveys.” BMC Public Health 2009, 9:163. Abstract
PAC2007-02 Williams, Jill R., Enid J. Schatz, Benjamin D. Clark, Mark A. Collinson, Samuel J. Clark, Jane Menken, Kathleen Kahn, Stephen M. Tollman: Linking Research and Training through Research Data and Transnational Collaborations (POP2007-06)
Subsequently published as: Williams, Jill R., Enid J. Schatz, Benjamin D. Clark, Mark A. Collinson, Samuel J. Clark, Jane Menken, Kathleen Kahn, Stephen M. Tollman. 2010. “Improving public health training and research capacity in Africa: A replicable model for linking training to health and socio-demographic surveillance data.” Global Health Action 3, 5287. DOI: 10.3402/gha.v3i0.5287. Abstract
PAC2006-01 McDonald, Courtney and Enid Schatz: Coexisting Discourses: How Older Women in South Africa Make Sense of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic (POP2006-09)
PAC2006-02 Ogunmefun, Catherine and Enid Schatz: Caregivers' Sacrifices: The Opportunity Costs Of Adult Morbidity and Mortality on Female Pensioners in Rural South Africa (POP2006-11)
Subsequently published as: Ogunmefun, Catherine and Enid Schatz. "Caregivers' sacrifices: the opportunity costs of adult morbidity and mortality for female pensioners in rural South Africa". Development Southern Africa 26, no. 1 (2009):95-109. Abstract
PAC2005-01 Jill Williams: Measuring Gender and Women’s Empowerment Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis (POP2005-01)
PAC2005-02 Young, J. T., Jane A. Menken, Jill Williams, Nizam Khan, Randall S. Kuhn: Who Receives Healthcare? Age and Sex Differentials in Adult Use of Healthcare Services in Rural Bangladesh (POP2005-0003)
Subsequently published as: Young, J. T., Jane A. Menken, Jill Williams, Nizam Khan, and Randall S. Kuhn. "Who Receives Healthcare? Age and Sex Differentials in Adult Use of Healthcare Services in Rural Bangladesh." World Health and Population (2006). Abstract
PAC 2005-03 Schatz, Enid and Catherine Ogunmefun: Caring and Contributing: The Role of Older Women in Multigenerational Households in the HIV/AIDS Era (POP2005-04)
Subsequently published as: Schatz, Enid J. and Catherine Ogunmefun. "Caring and Contributing: The Role of Older Women in Rural South African Multi-generational Households in the HIV/AIDS Era." World Development 35. no.8 (2007): 1390-1403.Abstract
PAC2005-04 Randall S. Kuhn: The Determinants of Family and Individual Migration: A Case-Study of Rural Bangladesh (POP2005-05)
PAC 2005-05 Trapp, Erin M. and Jane A. Menken: Assessing Child Nutrition: Problems with Anthropometric Measures as a Proxy for Child Health in Malnourished Population (POP2005-06)
PAC 2005-06 Enid J. Schatz: "Taking Care of My Own Blood": Older Women's Relationships to their Households in Agincourt (POP2005-08)
Subsequently published as: Enid J. Schatz. "Taking care of my own blood": Older women's relationships to their households in rural South Africa." Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35, no. S69 (2007): 147 - 154. Abstract
Subsequently published as: Madhavan, Sangetha and Enid J. Schatz. "Coping with change: Household structure and composition in rural South Africa, 1992 - 2003." Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35, no. S69 (2007): 85–93. Abstract
PAC2004-01 Benzler, Justus, and Samuel Clark. Toward a Unified Timestamp with Explicit Precision (POP2004-06)
PAC2004-02 Foster, Andrew E. Altruism, Household Coresidence and Women's Health Investment in Rural Bangladesh (POP2004-07)
PAC2004-03 Trapp, Erin M., Jill Williams, Jane A. Menken, and Shannon Fisher. Disappearing Sex-bias in Child Health in Bangladesh (POP2004-08)
Subsequently published as: Kuhn, Randall S., Omar Rahman, and Jane A. Menken. "Survey Measures of Health: How well do self-reported and observed indicators measure health and predict mortality?" In Aging in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recommendations for Furthering Research, edited by Barney Cohen and Jane Menken, 320-350. Washington: National Academies Press, 2006.
PAC2003-01 May, Ann: Maasai Migrations: Implications for HIV/AIDS and Social Change in Tanzania (POP2003-07)
PAC2003-02 Clark, Samuel: An Introduction to the Relational Model of Data and the Structured Query Language for Demographers (POP2003-08)
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PAC2003-03 Frankenberg, Elizabeth and Randall S. Kuhn: The Implications of Family Systems and Economic Context for Intergenerational Transfers in Indonesia and Bangladesh (POP2003-09)
Subsequently published as: Frankenberg, Elizabeth and Randall S. Kuhn. "The Role of Social Context in Shaping Intergenerational Relations in Indonesia and Bangladesh." In Intergenerational Relations across Time and Place: Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, edited by M. Silverstein. New York: Springer, 2004.
PAC2003-04 Kuhn, Randall S.: A Longitudinal Analysis of Health and Mortality in a Migrant-Sending Region of Bangladesh (POP2003-10)
Subsequently published as: Kuhn, Randall. "A Longitudinal Analysis of Health and Mortality in a Migrant-Sending Region of Bangladesh." In Yeoh, B. and S. Jatrana (eds.), Migration and Health in Asia, edited by Jatrana, Santosh; Toyota, Mika; Yeoh, Brenda S.A. London: Routledge, 2005. Abstract
PAC2003-05 May, Ann: Social and Economic Impacts of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, with Specific Reference to Aging (POP2003-11)
PAC2002-01 Kuhn, Randall S.: Identities in Motion: Social Exchange Networks and Rural-Urban Migration in Bangladesh (POP2002-07)
Subsequently published as: Kuhn, Randall S.. "Identities in Motion: Social Exchange Networks and Rural-Urban Migration in Bangladesh." Contributions to Indian Sociology 37, no. 1-2 (2003): 311-37.
Subsequently published as: Menken, Jane A., Linda Duffy, and Randall S. Kuhn. "Childbearing and Women's Survival: New Evidence from Rural Bangladesh." Population and Development Review 29, no. 3 (2003): 405-26.
PAC2002-03 Kuhn, Randall S. and Steven Stillman: Understanding Interhousehold Transfers in a Transition Economy: Evidence from Russia (POP2002-09)
Subsequently published as: Kuhn, Randall S., and Steven Stillman. "Understanding Interhousehold Transfers in a Transition Economy: Evidence from Russia." Economic Development and Cultural Change 53, no. 1 (2004): 131-56. Abstract
PAC2002-04 Kuhn, Randall S.: The Logic of Letting Go: Family and Individual Migration from Rural Bangladesh (POP2002-10)
PAC2001-01 Ridao-Cano, Cristobal: Child Labor and Schooling in a Low Income Rural Economy (POP2001-04)
PAC2001-02 Ridao-Cano, Cristobal: Evaluating the Impact of Working While in School on School Progress: The Case of Rural Bangladesh (POP2001-05)
PAC2001-03 Rahman, M. Omar, and Arthur Barsky: Self-reported global health among individuals 50 years and over in rural Bangladesh (POP2001-06)