Population Program Working Papers

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2014

POP2014-01  Rogers, Richard G., Jason D. Boardman, Philip M. Pendergast, and Elizabeth M. Lawrence: Drinking Problems and Mortality Risk in the United States

POP2014-02  Hunter, Lori M., Joan Castro, Danika Kleiber, and Kendra Hutchens: Swimming and Gendered Vulnerabilities: Evidence from the Northern and Central Philippines

POP2014-03  Fussell, Elizabeth, Lori M. Hunter, and Clark L. Gray: Measuring the Environmental Dimensions of Human Migration: The Demographer's Toolkit

POP2014-04  Vickery, Jamie and Lori M. Hunter: Native Americans: Where in Environmental Justice Theory and Research?

2013

POP2013-01  Mollborn, Stefanie, Elizabeth Lawrence, Laurie James-Hawkins, and Paula Fomby: When Do Socioeconomic Resources Matter Most in Early Childhood?

POP2013-02  Fernando Riosmena, Raphael J. Nawrotzki, and Lori M. Hunter: Rainfall Trends, Variability and U.S. Migration from Rural Mexico: Evidence from the 2010 Mexican Census

POP2013-03  Elizabeth Lawrence and Stefanie Mollborn: Parents Shaping Children's Education: School Selection in the United States

POP2013-04  Dan Miller Runfola, Patricia Romero-Lankao, Leiwen Jiang, Lori Hunter, Raphael Nawrotzki and Landy Sanchez: The Influence of Internal Migration on Exposure to Extreme Weather Events in Mexico

POP2013-05  Dan Miller Runfola, Fernando Riosmena, Stefan Leyk, Lori Hunter, and Raphael Nawrotzki: Internal and International Mobility as Adaptation to Climatic Variability in Contemporary Mexico: Evidence from the Integration of Census Data with Satellite Imagery

POP2013-06  Dan Miller Runfola, Ryan K. Masters, Robert A. Hummer, Daniel A. Powers, Audrey Beck, Shih-Fan Lin, and Brian Karl Finch: Long-Term Trends in Adult Mortality for U.S. Blacks and Whites: An Examination of Period- and Cohort-Based Changes

POP2013-07  Ryan K. Masters: The Protective Effect of High Body Mass on Mortality Risk. Obesity Paradox or Data Artifact?

2012

POP2012-01  Leyk, Stefan, Galen J. Maclaurin, Lori M. Hunter, Raphael Nawrotzki, Wayne Twine, Mark Collinson, and Barend Erasmus: Spatially and Temporally Varying Associations between Outmigration and Natural Resource Availability in Resource-Dependent Rural Communities: A Modeling Framework

Subsequently published as: Leyk, Stefan, Galen J. Maclaurin, Lori M. Hunter, Raphael Nawrotzki, Wayne Twine, Mark Collinson, and Barend Erasmus. 2012. "Spatially and Temporally Varying Associations between Outmigration and Natural Resource Availability in Resource-Dependent Rural Communities: A Modeling Framework." Journal of Applied Geography. 34: 559-568. Abstract

POP2012-02  Hunter, Lori M. and Raphael Nawrotzki: Migration and the Environment

POP2012-03  Denney, Justin T., Tim Wadsworth, Richard G. Rogers, and Fred C. Pampel: Suicide in the City: A New Approach to Assessing the Role of Context

POP2012-04  Schatz, Enid, F. Xavier Gomez-Olive, Margaret Ralston, Jane Menken, and Stephen Tollman: Men, pensions and wellbeing in rural South Africa: Tracking effects through policy shifts

POP2012-05  Pampel, Fred, Stefanie Mollborn, and Elizabeth Lawrence: Life Course Transitions in Early Adulthood and SES Disparities in Tobacco Use

POP2012-06  Rogers, Richard G., Patrick M. Krueger, Richard Miech, and Elizabeth Lawrence: Lifetime abstainers and mortality risk in the United States

POP2012-07  Hunter, Lori M., Stefan Leyk, Galen J. MacLaurin, Raphael Nawrotzki, Wayne Twine, Mark Collinson, and Barend Erasmus: Variation by Geographic Scale in the Migration-Environment Association: Evidence from Rural South Africa

POP2012-08  Mollborn, Stefanie and Bethany Everett: Understanding the Educational Attainment of Sexual Minorities

POP2012-09  Daw, Jonathan, Jason D. Boardman and Michael J. Shanahan: Co-Use of Tobacco and Alcohol, the School-Specific Tobacco-Alcohol Use Association, and the 5HTTLPR Gene

2011

POP2011-01  Fomby, Paula: Motherhood in Complex Families

POP2011-02  Pampel, Fred C: Does Reading Keep You Thin? Leisure Activities, Cultural Tastes, and Body Weight in Comparative Perspective

POP2011-03  Hunter, Lori M., Sheena Murray, and Fernando Riosmena: Climatic Variability and U.S. Migration from Rural Mexico

POP2011-04  Williams, Jill, Gayatri Singh, Benjamin Clark, and Mark Collinson: Redefining Migration: Gender and Temporary Labor Migration in South Africa

POP2011-05  Kirkland, Tracy M., Robert S. Kemp, Lori M. Hunter, and Wayne Twine: Toward Improved Understanding of Food Security: A Methodological Examination Based in Rural South Africa

POP2011-06  Schatz, Enid, Xavier Gomez-Olive, Margaret Ralston, Jane Menken and Stephen Tollman: Gender, Pensions, and Social Wellbeing in Rural South Africa

Subsequently published as: Schatz, Enid, Xavier Gomez-Olive, Margaret Ralston, Jane Menken and Stephen Tollman. 2012. "Gender, pensions and social wellbeing in rural South Africa." Social Science & Medicine, DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2012.07.004. Abstract

POP2011-07  Raymer, James, Guy J. Abel, and Andrei Rogers: Does Specification Matter? Experiments with Simple Multiregional Probabilistic Population Projections

POP2011-08  Nawrotzki, Raphael, Lori M. Hunter, and Thomas W. Dickinson: Natural Resources and Rural Livelihoods: Differences between Migrants and Non-Migrants in Madagascar

POP2011-09  Antman, Francisca: How Does Adult Child Migration Affect the Health of Elderly Parents Left Behind? Evidence from Mexico

POP2011-10  Mansour, Hani and Terra McKinnish: Who Marries Differently-Aged Spouses? Earnings, Ability and Appearance

POP2011-11  Randall Kuhn: On the Role of Human Development in the Arab Spring

Subsequently published as: Kunh, Randall. 2012. "On the Role of Human Development in the Arab Spring." Population and Development Review 38(4): 649-683. DOI:10.1111/j.1728-4457.2012.00531.x. Abstract

POP2011-12  Mollborn, Stefanie, Benjamin W. Domingue, and Jason D. Boardman: Racial, Socioeconomic, and Religious Influences on School-Level Teen Pregnancy Norms and Behaviors

POP2011-13  Boardman, Jason D., Kari B. Alexander, Richard Miech, Ross MacMillan, and Michael Shanahan: Unhealthy parents delay college graduation for their children

2010

POP2010-01  Hunter, Lori M., John Reid-Hresko, and Thomas W. Dickinson: Environmental Change, Risky Sexual Behavior, and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic: Linkages Through Livelihoods in Rural Haiti

Forthcoming in Population Research and Policy Review.

POP2010-02  Riosmena, Fernando and Douglas S. Massey: Pathways to El Norte: Origins, Destinations, and Characteristics of Mexican Migrants to the United States

POP2010-03  McKinnish, Terra and T. Kirk White: Who Moves to Mixed-Income Neighborhoods?

POP2010-04  Warunsiri, Sasiwimon and Robert McNown: Female Labor Supply in Thailand: 1985-2004: A Synthetic Cohort Analysis

POP2010-05  Mojola, Sanyu A.: Multiple Transitions and HIV Risk among African School Girls.

Subsequently published as: Mojola, Sanyu A. 2011. "Multiple Transitions and HIV Risk among Orphaned Kenyan Schoolgirls." Studies in Family Planning, 42(1):29-40. Abstract

POP2010-06  Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby, and Jeff A. Dennis: Racial/Ethnic Differences in Extended Household Transitions in Early Childhood

Subsequently published as: Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby, and Jeff A. Dennis 2012. "Racial/Ethnic Differences in Extended Household Transitions in Early Childhood." Social Science Research. Abstract

POP2010-07  Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby, and Jeff A. Dennis: Who Matters for Children's Early Development? Race/Ethnicity and Extended Household Structures in the United States

Subsequently published as: Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby and Jeff A. Dennis 2011. "Who Matters for Children's Early Development? Race/Ethnicity and Extended Household Structures in the United States." Child Indicators Research Published online Oct 30, 2010. Abstract

2009

POP2009-01  Hunter, Lori M., Laura Patterson, and Wayne Twine: HIV/AIDS, Food Security and the Role of the Natural Environment: Evidence from the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance Site in Rural South Africa

POP2009-02  Warunsiri, Sasiwimon and Robert McNown: The Return to Education in Thailand: A Pseudo-Panel Approach

POP2009-03  Patterson, Laura, Lori M. Hunter, and Wayne Twine: The Socioeconomic Context of Prime-Age Adult Mortality: Evidence from the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance Site

POP2009-04  Schatz, Enid and Jill Williams: Understanding gender in Africa: Using qualitative methods to enhance DHS analyses of women's empowerment

Subsequently published as: Schatz, Enid and Jill Williams. 2012. "Measuring Gender and Reproductive Health in Africausing Demographic and Health Surveys: The need for mixed-methods research." Culture, Health & Sexuality. DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2012.698309. Abstract

POP2009-05  Schatz, Enid, Sangeetha Madhavan, and Jill Williams: Headship of Older Persons in the Context of HIV/AIDS in Rural South Africa

Subsequently published as: Schatz, Enid, Sangeetha Madhavan, and Jill Williams. 2011. "Female-headed households contending with HIV/AIDS-related hardship in rural South Africa." Health & Place, 17: 598-605. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2010.12.017. Abstract

This paper was a derivative of the working paper: Schatz, Enid and Sangeetha Madhavan. 2011. "Headship of older persons in the context of HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa." Journal of African Population Studies, 25(2): 440-456. Abstract

POP2009-06  Pampel, Fred: Cohort Changes in the Sociodemographic Determinants of Gender Egalitarianism

POP2009-08  Schatz, Enid: Nesting semi-structured interviews in surveys or censuses: More than the sum of the parts

Subsequently published as: Schatz, Enid. 2012. "Rationale and procedures for nesting semi-structured interviews in surveys or censuses." Population Studies, 66(2): 183-195. DOI: 10.1080/00324728.2012.658851. Abstract

POP2009-09  Sartorius, Kurt, Benn Sartorius, Stephen Tollman, Enid Schatz, Johann Kirsten, and Mark Collinson: The dynamics of rural poverty in a South African community: A spatial-temporal model

Subsequently published as: Sartorius, Kurt, Benn Sartorius, Stephen Tollman, Enid Schatz, Johann Kirsten, and Mark Collinson. 2012. "Rural Poverty Dynamics and Refugee Communities in South Africa: A Spatial-Temporal Model." Population, Space & Place. DOI: 10.1002/psp.697. Abstract

POP2009-10 Collinson, Mark, Samuel J. Clark, Annette A.M. Gerritsen, Peter Byass, Kathleen Kahn, and Stephen Tollman: The Dynamics of Poverty and Migration in a Rural South African Community, 2001-2005

POP2009-11  Riosmena, Fernando and Jeffrey A. Dennis: SES-Health Gradient Importation and Acculturation Therein among Mexican Migrants

POP2009-12  Mojola, Sanyu A.: Fishing in Dangerous Waters: Ecology, Gender and Economy in HIV Risk

Subsequently published as: Mojola, Sanyu A. 2011. "Fishing in dangerous waters: Ecology, gender and economy in HIV risk." Social Science & Medicine, 72: 149-156. Abstract

POP2009-13  Hunter, Lori M. and Emmanuel David: Climate Change and Migration: Considering the Gender Dimensions

Subsequently published as: Hunter, Lori M. and Emmanuel David. 2011. "Climate Change and Migration: Considering the Gender Dimensions." In Migration and Climate Change, Etienne Piguet, Antoine Pecoud, and Paul de Guchteneire, eds. Cambridge University Press. More information

POP2009-14 McLeman, Robert A. and Lori M. Hunter: Migration and Adaptation to Climate Change

Subsequently published as: McLeman, Robert A. and Lori M. Hunter. "Migration in the Context of Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change: Insights from Analogues." Climate Change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews 1, no. 2 (2010). Abstract

POP2009-15  Barham, Tania: Effects of Early Childhood Health and Family Planning Interventions on Adolescent Cognitive Functioning: Evidence from Matlab in Bangladesh (HS2009-01)

POP2009-16  Twine, Wayne and Lori M. Hunter: Adult mortality, food security and the use of wild natural resources in a rural district of South Africa: Is AIDS a unique shock?

POP2009-17  Twine, Wayne and Lori M. Hunter: Adult mortality and household food security in rural South Africa: Does AIDS represent a unique mortality shock?

Subsequently published as: Twine, Wayne and Lori M. Hunter. "Adult mortality and household food security in rural South Africa: Does AIDS represent a unique mortality shock?" Development Southern Africa, 28(11):431-444. Abstract

2008

POP2008-01  Rogers, Andrei, Bryan Jones, and Wanran Ma: Repairing the Migration Data Reported by the American Community Survey

POP2008-02  Crowder, Kyle and Liam C. Downey: Inter-Neighborhood Migration, Race, And Environmental Hazards: Modeling Micro-Level Processes Of Environmental Inequality

POP2008-03  Reniers, Georges: Marital Strategies for Regulating Exposure to HIV

Subsequently published as: Reniers, Georges. "Marital Strategies for Regulating Exposure to HIV." Demography 45, no. 2 (2008): 417-438. Abstract

POP2008-04  Leblang, David : Diaspora Bonds and Cross-Border Capital

POP2008-05  Riosmena, Fernando: Socioeconomic Context and the Association between Marriage and Mexico-U.S. Migration

Subsequently published as: Riosmena, Fernando. "Socioeconomic Context and the Association between Marriage and Mexico-U.S. Migration." Social Science Research 38, no. 2 (2009): 324-337. Abstract

POP2008-06  Reniers, Georges and Rania Tfaily: Polygyny and HIV in Malawi

Subsequently published as: Reniers, Georges and Tfaily R. "Polygyny and HIV in Malawi." Demographic Research 19, no. 53 (2008): 1811-1830. Abstract

POP2008-07  Mollborn, Stefanie and Bethany Everett: The Correlates and Consequences of Parent-Teen Discordance in Reports of Teens' Sexual Experience (HS2008-03)

Subsequently published as: Mollborn, Stefanie and Bethany Everett. "Correlates and Consequences of Parent-Teen Incongruence in Reports of Teens' Sexual Experience." Journal of Sex Research 46, no.6 (2009). Abstract

POP2008-08  Riosmena, Fernando: On the Legal Auspices of Latin America - U.S. Migration

Subsequently published as: Riosmena, Fernando. 2010. "Policy Shocks: On the Legal Auspices of Latin American Migration to the United States." The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 630: 270-293. Abstract

2007

POP2007-01  Pampel, Fred C. : Persistence of Educational Differences in Smoking, United States 1976-2005

POP2007-02  Rogers, Andrei: Demographic Modeling of the Geography of Migration and Population: A Multiregional Perspective

POP2007-03  de Sherbinin, Alexander, Leah VanWey, Kendra McSweeney, Rimjhim Aggarwal, Alisson Barbieri, Sabina Henry, Lori M. Hunter, Wayne Twine, and Robert Walker: Rural Household Micro-Demographics, Livelihoods and the Environment

Subsequently published as: deSherbinin, Alex, Leah VanWey, Kendra McSweeney, Rimjhim Aggarwal, Alisson Barbieri, Sabine Henry, Lori M. Hunter, Wayne Twine, Robert Walker. "Rural Household Micro-Demographics, Livelihoods and the Environment." Global Environmental Change 18, no. 1 (2008): 38-53. Abstract

POP2007-04  Rogers, Andrei and Bryan Jones: Inferring Directional Migration Propensities from the Migration Propensities of Infants: The United States

POP2007-05  Reniers, Georges, Tekebash Araya, Yemane Berhane, Gail Davey, and Eduard J. Sanders: Disclosure of HIV Test Results and Non-response Bias in Seroprevalence Surveys

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

POP2007-06  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

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

POP2007-07  Everett, Bethany G., Richard G. Rogers, Patrick M. Krueger, and Robert A. Hummer: Trends in Educational Attainment by Sex, Race/Ethnicity, and Nativity in the United States, 1989-2005

POP2007-08  Raymer, James and Andrei Rogers: The American Community Survey's Interstate Migration Data: Strategies for Smoothing Irregular Age Patterns

2006

POP2006-01  Rogers, Andrei, Junwei Liu, Virgilio Partida, and Meg Tilton: Inferring Directional Migration Flows From Net Migration Data: Mexico

POP2006-02  Raymer, James and Andrei Rogers: Using Age and Spatial Flow Structures in the Indirect Estimation of Migration Streams

Subsequently published as: Raymer, James and Andrei Rogers. "Using Age and Spatial Flow Structures in the Indirect Estimation of Migration Streams" Demography 44, no. 2 (2007): 199-223. Abstract

POP2006-03  Raymer, James and Andrei Rogers: Applying Model Migration Schedules to Represent Age-Specific Migration Flows

POP2006-04  Little, Jani S. and Andrei Rogers: What Can the Age Composition of a Population Tell Us about the Age Composition of Its Out-Migrants?

Subsequently published as: Little, Jani S. and Andrei Rogers. "What can the age composition of a population tell us about the age composition of its out-migrants?" Population, Space and Place 13, no. 1 (2007): 23-39. Abstract

POP2006-05  Rogers, Andrei, Bryan Jones, Virgilio Partida, and Salut Muhidin: Inferring Migration Flows From the Migration Propensities of Infants: Mexico and Indonesia

POP2006-06  Rogers, Richard G., Patrick M. Krueger, and Robert A. Hummer: Religious Attendance and U.S. Adult Cause-Specific Mortality

POP2006-07  Boardman, Jason D., Jarron M. Saint Onge, Brett C. Haberstick, David S. Timberlake, and John K. Hewitt: Schools and the Heritability of Smoking Behaviors: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations

POP2006-08  Boardman, Jason D., Liam Downey, James S. Jackson, J. Bryce Merrill, Jarron M. Saint Onge, and David R. Williams: Proximate Industrial Activity and Psychological Distress: the Interactive and Interpretive Roles of Gender, Work, and Family Statuses

POP2006-09  McDonald, Courtney and Enid Schatz: Coexisting Discourses: How Older Women in South Africa Make Sense of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

POP2006-10  Conley, Amanda and Jason D. Boardman: Weight Overestimation as an Indicator of Disordered Eating Behaviors among Young Women in the United States

Forthcoming in the International Journal of Eating Disorders

POP2006-11  Ogunmefun, Catherine and Enid Schatz: Caregivers' Sacrifices: The Opportunity Costs Of Adult Morbidity and Mortality on Female Pensioners in Rural South Africa

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

2005

POP2005-01  Williams, Jill: Measuring Gender and Women's Empowerment Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis

POP2005-02  Rogers, Andrei and Junwei Liu: Estimating Directional Migration Flows from Age-Specific Net Migration Data

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei and Junwei Liu: "Estimating Directional Migration Flows from Age-Specific Net Migration Data." Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies 17, no. 3 (2005):177-270. Abstract

POP2005-03  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

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

POP2005-04  Schatz, Enid J. and Catherine Ogunmefun: Caring and Contributing: The Role of Older Women in Multigenerational Households in the HIV/AIDS Era

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

POP2005-05  Kuhn, Randall S.: The Determinants of Family and Individual Migration: A Case-Study of Rural Bangladesh

POP2005-06  Trapp, Erin M. and Jane A. Menken: Assessing Child Nutrition: Problems with Anthropometric Measures as a Proxy for Child Health in Malnourished Population

POP2005-07  Saint Onge, Jarron M., Lori M. Hunter, Jason D. Boardman: Population Growth in High Amenity Rural Areas: Does It Bring Socioeconomic Status Benefits for Long-Term Residents?

POP2005-08  Schatz, Enid J.: "Taking Care of My Own Blood": Older Women's Relationships to their Households in Agincourt

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

POP2005-09  Madhavan, Sangetha and Enid J. Schatz: Household Structural and Compositional Change in Agincourt: The Role of HIV/AIDS

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

2004

POP2004-01  Rogers, Andrei, Salut Muhidin, Lisa Jordan, and Megan Lea: Indirect Estimates of Age-Specific Interregional Migration Flows in Indonesia Based on the Mobility Propensities of Infants

POP2004-02  Pampel, Fred C.: Forecasting Sex Differences in Mortality in High Income Nations: The Contribution of Smoking Prevalence

Subsequently published as: Pampel, Fred C. "Forecasting Sex Differences in Mortality in High Income Nations: The Contribution of Smoking." Demographic Research 13, no. 18 (2005):455-484. Abstract

POP2004-03  Rogers, Andrei, and James Raymer: Origin Dependence, Secondary Migration, and the Indirect Estimation of Migration Flows from Population Stocks

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei and James Raymer. "Origin Dependence, Secondary Migration and the Indirect Estimation of Migration Flows from Population Stocks." Journal of Population Research 22, no. 1 (2005):1-19. Abstract

POP2004-04  Rogers, Andrei, Luis J. Castro, and Megan Lea: Model Migration Schedules: Three Alternative Linear Parameter Estimation Methods

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei, Luis J. Castro, and Megan Lea. "Model Migration Schedules: Three Alternative Linear Parameter Estimation Methods." Mathematical Population Studies 12, no. 1 (2005):17-38. Abstract

POP2004-05  Boardman, Jason D., Jarron M. Saint Onge, Richard G. Rogers, and Justin T. Denney: Race Differentials in Obesity: The Impact of Place

Subsequently published as: Boardman, Jason D., Jarron M. Saint Onge, Richard G. Rogers, and Justin T. Denney. "Race Differentials in Obesity: The Impact of Place." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 46, no. 3 (2005):229-243. Abstract

POP2004-06  Benzler, Justus, and Samuel Clark. Toward a Unified Timestamp with Explicit Precision

Subsequently published as: Benzler, Justus, and Samuel Clark. "Toward a Unified Timestamp with explicit precision." Demographic Research 12, no. 6 (2005):107-140. Abstract

POP2004-07  Foster, Andrew E. Altruism, Household Coresidence and Women's Health Investment in Rural Bangladesh

POP2004-08  Trapp, Erin M., Jill Williams, Jane A. Menken, and Shannon Fisher. Disappearing Sex-bias in Child Health in Bangladesh

POP2004-09  Kuhn, Randall S., M. Omar Rahman, and Jane A. Menken. Relating Self-Reported and Objective Health Indicators to Adult Mortality in Bangladesh

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.

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2003

POP2003-01  Rogers, Richard G. , Robert A. Hummer, Patrick M. Krueger, and Fred C. Pampel: Combining Prevalence and Mortality Risk Rates: The Case of Cigarette Smoking

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Richard G., Robert A. Hummer, Patrick M. Krueger, and Fred C. Pampel. "Mortality Attributable to Cigarette Smoking in the United States." Population and Development Review 31, no. 2 (2005): 259-92.

POP2003-02  Rogers, Andrei, James Raymer, and Lisa Jordan: Inferring Migration Flows from Birthplace-Specific Population Stocks

POP2003-03  Pampel, Fred C.: Diffusion, Cohort Change, and Social Patterns of Smoking

Subsequently published as: Pampel, Fred C. "Diffusion, Cohort Change, and Social Patterns of Smoking." Social Science Research 34 (2005):117-139. Abstract

POP2003-04  Becker, Charles M., and Irina S. Merkuryeva: Disability Risk in Russia and Kazakhstan

POP2003-05  Denney, Justin T., Patrick M. Krueger, Richard G. Rogers, and Jason D. Boardman: Race/Ethnic and Sex Differentials in Body Mass among U.S. Adults.

Subsequently published as: Denney, Justin T., Patrick M. Krueger, Richard G. Rogers, and Jason D. Boardman. 2004. "Race/Ethnic and Sex Differentials in Body Mass among Us Adults." Ethnicity & Disease 14, no. 3 (2004): 389-98.   Abstract

POP2003-06  Becker, Charles M., Dina S. Urzhumova, and Ai-Gul S. Seitenova: Mortality Recovery and Stabilization in Kazakhstan

Subsequently published as: Becker, Charles M. and Dina S. Urzhumova. "Mortality recovery and stabilization in Kazakhstan, 1995-2001." Economics and Human Biology 3, no. 1 (2005):97-122. Abstract

POP2003-07  May, Ann: Maasai Migrations: Implications for HIV/AIDS and Social Change in Tanzania

POP2003-08  Clark, Samuel: An Introduction to the Relational Model of Data and the Structured Query Language for Demographers
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POP2003-09  Frankenberg, Elizabeth and Randall S. Kuhn: The Implications of Family Systems and Economic Context for Intergenerational Transfers in Indonesia and Bangladesh

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.

POP2003-10  Kuhn, Randall S.: A Longitudinal Analysis of Health and Mortality in a Migrant-Sending Region of Bangladesh

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

POP2003-11  May, Ann: Social and Economic Impacts of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, with Specific Reference to Aging

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2002

POP2002-01  Rogers, Andrei, James Raymer, and K. Bruce Newbold: Reconciling and Translating Migration Data Collected over Time Intervals of Differing Widths.

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei, J. Raymer, and K. B. Newbold. "Reconciling and Translating Migration Data Collected over Time Intervals of Differing Widths." Annals of Regional Science 37, no. 4 (2003): 581-601.

POP2002-02  Krueger, Patrick M., Richard G. Rogers, Christobal Ridao-Cano, and Robert A. Hummer: To Help or to Harm?: Food Stamp Receipt and Mortality Risk Prior to the 1996 Welfare Reform Act.

Subsequently published as: Krueger, Patrick M., Richard G. Rogers, Cristobal Ridao-Cano, and R. A. Hummer. "To Help or to Harm? Food Stamp Receipt and Mortality Risk Prior to the 1996 Welfare Reform Act." Social Forces 82, no. 4 (2004): 1573-99.   Abstract

POP2002-03  Rogers, Richard G., Robert A. Hummer, and Patrick M. Krueger: Adult Mortality--Chapter 10[Draft: Please Do Not Quote or Cite]

POP2002-04  Rogers, Andrei : The Indirect Estimation of Migration: A Proposal for a Multinational Study.

POP2002-05  Krueger, Patrick M., Richard G. Rogers, Robert A. Hummer, and Jason D. Boardman: Body Mass, Smoking, and Overall Cause Specific Mortality among Older U.S. Adults.

Subsequently published as: Krueger, Patrick M., Rogers, Richard G., Robert A. Hummer, and Jason D. Boardman. "Body Mass, Smoking, and Overall and Cause-Specific Mortality among Older Us Adults." Research on Aging 26, no. 1 (2004): 82-107.   Abstract

POP2002-06  Rogers, Andrei, and Lisa Jordan: Estimating Migration Flows from Birthplace-Specific Population Stocks of Infants.

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei, and Lisa Jordan. "Estimating Migration Flows from Birthplace-Specific Population Stocks of Infants." Geographical Analysis 36, no. 1 (2004): 38-53.  Abstract

POP2002-07  Kuhn, Randall S.: Identities in Motion: Social Exchange Networks and Rural-Urban Migration in Bangladesh

Subsequently published as: Kuhn, Randall. "Identities in Motion: Social Exchange Networks and Rural-Urban Migration in Bangladesh." Contributions to Indian Sociology 37, no. 1-2 (2003): 311-37.

POP2002-08  Menken, Jane A., Linda Duffy and Randall S. Kuhn: Childbearing and Women's Survival: New Evidence from Rural Bangladesh

Subsequently published as: Menken, Jane, Linda Duffy, and Randall Kuhn. "Childbearing and Women's Survival: New Evidence from Rural Bangladesh." Population and Development Review 29, no. 3 (2003): 405-26.

POP2002-09  Kuhn, Randall S. and Steven Stillman: Understanding Interhousehold Transfers in a Transition Economy: Evidence from Russia

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

POP2002-10  Kuhn, Randall S.: The Logic of Letting Go: Family and Individual Migration from Rural Bangladesh

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2001

POP2001-01  Rogers, Andrei, Frans Willekens, and James Raymer: The Indirect Estimation of Migration Flows

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei, F. Willekens, and J. Raymer. "Imposing Age and Spatial Structures on Inadequate Migration-Flow Datasets." The Professional Geographer 55, no. 1 (2003): 56-68.

POP2001-02  Ridao-Cano, Cristobal and Robert F. McNown: The Effect of Tax-Benefit Policies on Fertility and Female Labor Force Participation in the United States

Subsequently published as: Ridao-Cano, Cristobal and Robert F. McNown. "The effect of tax-benefit policies on fertility and female labor force participation in the United States." Journal of Policy Modeling 27, no. 9 (2005): 1083-1096. Abstract

POP2001-03  Rogers, Richard G., Robert A. Hummer, and Patrick M. Krueger: The Effect of Obesity on Overall, Circulatory Disease- and Diabetes-Specific Mortality

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Richard G., Robert A. Hummer, and Patrick M. Krueger. "The Effect of Obesity on Overall, Circulatory and Diabetes-Specific Mortality." Journal of Biosocial Science 35, no. 1 (2003): 107-29.

POP2001-04  Ridao-Cano, Cristobal: Child Labor and Schooling in a Low Income Rural Economy

POP2001-05  Ridao-Cano, Cristobal: Evaluating the Impact of Working While in School on School Progress: The Case of Rural Bangladesh

POP2001-06  Rahman, M. Omar, and Arthur Barsky: Self-reported global health among individuals 50 years and over in rural Bangladesh

Subsequently published as: Rahman, M. Omar, and Arthur Barsky. "Self-Reported Health among Older Bangladeshis: How Good a Health Indicator Is It?" Gerontologist 43 (2003): 856-63. Abstract

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2000

POP2000-01  Rogers, Andrei and James Raymer: Immigration and the Regional Demographics of the Elderly Population in the United States

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei and James Raymer. "Immigration and the Regional Demographics of the Elderly Population in the United States." Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 56B, no. 1 (2001): S44-S55.

POP2000-02  McNown, Robert F.: A Cointegration Model of Age-Specific Fertility and Female Labor Supply

Subsequently published as: McNown, Robert F. "A Cointegration Model of Age-Specific Fertility and Female Labor Supply in the United States." Southern Economic Journal 70, no. 2 (2003): 344-58.

POP2000-03  Rogers, Andrei, Frans Willekens, Jani S. Little, and James Raymer: Describing Migration Spatial Structure

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei, F. Willekens, Jani S. Little, and J. Raymer. "Describing Migration Spatial Structure." Papers in Regional Science 81 (2002): 29-48.

POP2000-04  Krueger, Patrick M., Richard G. Rogers, Robert Hummer, and Felicia LeClere: Socioeconomic Status and Age: The Effect of Income Sources and Portfolios on Adult Mortality in the United States

Subsequently published as: Krueger, Patrick M., Richard G. Rogers, Robert A. Hummer, Felicia LeClere, and Stephanie A. Bond Huie. "Socioeconomic Status and Age: The Effect of Income Sources and Portfolios on Us Adult Mortality." Sociological Forum 18, no. 3 (2003): 465-82.

POP2000-05  Rogers, Andrei, Frans Willekens, and James Raymer: Modeling Continuity and Change in Interregional Migration Flows: I. The Generation Component

POP2000-06  Rogers, Andrei, Frans Willekens, and James Raymer: Modeling Continuity and Change in Interregional Migration Flows: II. The Distribution Component

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei, F. Willekens, and James Raymer. "Modeling Interregional Migration Flows: Continuity and Change." Mathematical Population Studies 9 (2001): 231-63. (See also 2000-05)

Subsequently published as: Rogers, Andrei, F. Willekens, and James Raymer. "Capturing the Age and Spatial Structures of Migration." Environment and Planning A 34 (2002): 341-59. (See also 2000-05)

POP2000-07  McNown, Robert F. and Cristobal Ridao-Cano: A Time Series Model of Fertility and Female Labor Supply in the United Kingdom

Subsequently published as: McNown, Robert F. and Cristobal Ridao-Cano. "A Time Series Model of Fertility and Female Labour Supply in the Uk." Applied Economics 37, no. 5 (2005): 521 - 32. Abstract