Akinyi, M.Y., Tung, J., Jeneby, M., Patel, N.B., Altmann, J., & Alberts, S.C. (2013). Role of grooming in reducing tick loads in wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Animal Behavior, 85, 559-568.
Onyango, P.O., Gesquiere, L.R., Altmann, J., & Alberts, S.C. (2013). Testosterone positively associated with mating effort and paternal investment in savanna baboons (Papio cynocephalus). Hormones and Behavior, 63, 430-436.
Runcie D.E., Wiedmann M., Archie E.A., Altmann J., Wray G.A., Alberts S.C., & Tung, J. (2013). Social environment influences the relationship between genotype and gene expression in wild baboons. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 368, 20120345.
Case, A., & Paxson, C. (2013). HIV risk and adolescent behaviors in Africa. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 103(3), 433-38.
Case, A., & Ardington, C. (2013). Health Challenges Past and Future. In H. Bhorat, A. Hirsch, R. Kanbur & M. Ncube (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to the Economics of South Africa. Oxford University Press, RPDS Working Paper.
Case, A., Garrib, A., Menendez, A., & Olgiati, A. (2013). Paying the piper: the high cost of funerals in South Africa. In Economic Development and Cultural Change.
Cohen, J.D., Tomlin, D., Nedic, A., Prentice, D.A., & Holmes, P. (2013). The neural substrates of social influence on decision making. PLoS ONE, 8(1), e52630.
Cohen, J.D., Eppinger, B., & Nystrom, L.E. (2013). Reduced sensitivity to immediate reward during decision-making in older than younger adults. PLoS ONE, 7(5), e36953.
Cohen, J.D., Eppinger, B., Schuck, N.W., & Nystrom, L.E. (2013). Reduced striatal responses to reward prediction errors in older compared to younger adults. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(24), 9905-9912.
Janet Currie (see website for full list of publications)
Currie, J., & Schwandt, H. (2013). A within-mother analysis of seasonal patterns in health at birth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
Currie, J., & Vogl, T. (2013). Early-life health and adult circumstance in developing countries. Annual Review of Economics, 5(7), 1-7.36.
Currie, J., Graff-Zivin, J., Meckel, K., Neidell, M., & Schlenker, W. (2013). Something in the water: contaminated drinking water and infant health. Canadian Journal of Economics.
Currie, J. & Rossin, M. (2013). Weathering the storm: hurricanes and birth outcomes. Journal of Health Economics, 32(3), 487-503.
Currie, J. (2013). ‘Big data’ versus ‘big brother’: on the appropriate use of large-scale data collections in pediatrics. Pediatrics, 131(2), S127-S132.
Fleurbaey, M., & Blanchet, D. (2013). Beyond GDP: measuring welfare and assessing sustainability. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Fleurbaey, M., Schokkaert, E., Luchini, S., & Muller, C. (2013). Equivalent incomes and the economic evaluation of health care. Health Economics, 22, 711-729.
Fleurbaey, M., & Ponthière, G. (2013). Prevention against equality? Journal of Public Economics, 103, 68–84.
Goldman, N., Buttenheim, A., Pebley, A., & Hsih, K. (2013). The shape of things to come? obesity prevalence among foreign-born vs. US-born Mexican youth in California. Social Science and Medicine, 78, 1-8.
Goldman, N., Glei, D., Wu, C., & Weinstein, M. (2013). Does exposure to stressors predict changes in physiological dysregulation? Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
Goldman, N., Glei, D., Shkolnikov, V., Jdanov, D., Shkolnikova, M., Vaupel, J., et al. (2013). Perceived stress and biological risk: is the link stronger in Russians than in Taiwanese and Americans? Stress, 16(4), 411-420.
Goldman, N., Glei, D., Liu, I., & Weinstein, M. (2013). Sex differences in trajectories of depressive symptoms among older Taiwanese: the contribution of stressors and social factors. Aging & Mental Health.
Goldman, N., Buttenheim, A., & Pebley, A. (2013).Underestimation of Adolescent Obesity. Nursing Research, 62(3), 195-202.
Goldman, N., Vasunilashorn, S., Glei, D., & Lin, Y. (2013). Apolipoprotein E and Measured Physical and Pulmonary Function in Older Taiwanese Adults. Biodemography and Social Biology, 59(1), 57-67.
Goldman, N., Ullmann, S., & Pebley, A. (2013). Contextual Factors and Weight Change Over Time: A Comparison between U.S. Hispanics and Other Population Sub - groups. Social Science & Medicine, 90, 40-8.
Olivola, C.Y., & Shafir, E. (2013). The martyrdom effect: when pain and effort increase prosocial contributions, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 26, 91-105.
Niu, S. X., & Tienda, M. (2013). Delayed enrollment and college plans: is there a postponement penalty? Journal of Higher Education, 84(1), 1-26.
Niu, S. X., & Tienda, M. (2013) High school economic composition and college persistence. Research in Higher Education, 54(1), 30-62.
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Zhang, E. (2013). Flows between the media and the clinic: desiring production and social production in urban Beijing. In P. Mankekar & L. Schein (Eds.), Media, Erotics and Transnational Asia, 139-172. Durham: Duke University Press.
Zhang, E. (2013). Grieving at Chongqing’s red guard graveyard: in the name of life itself. The China Journal, 70, 1-24.
Nguyen N., Gesquiere L., Alberts S.C., & Altmann J. (2012). Sex differences in the mother-neonate relationship in wild baboons: social, experiential, and hormonal correlates. Animal Behaviour, 83, 891-903.
Charpentier M.J.E., Fontaine M.C., Cherel E., Renoult J.P., Jenkins T., Benoit L., Barthes N., Alberts S.C., & Tung J. (2012). Genetic structure in a dynamic baboon hybrid zone corroborates behavioral observations in a hybrid population. Molecular Ecology, 21, 715-731.
Silk J.B., Alberts S.C., Altmann, J., Cheney D. L., & Seyfarth, R. M. (2012). Stability of partner choice among female baboons. Animal Behaviour, 83(6), 1511-18.
Tung, J., Charpentier, J.E., Mukherjee, S., Altmann J., & Alberts S.C. (2012). Genetic effects on mating success and partner choice in a social mammal. American Naturalist, 180, 113-129
Markham A.C., Alberts S.C., & Altmann J. (2012). Intergroup conflict: ecological predictors of winning and consequences of defeat in a wild primate population. Animal Behavior, 84, 399-403.
Archie, E.A., Altmann, J., Alberts S.C. (2012). Social status predicts wound healing in wild baboons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 9017-9022.
Alberts, S.C., & Fitzpatrick, C.L. (2012). Paternal care and the evolution of exaggerated sexual swellings in primates. Behavioral Ecology.
Harper K.N., Fyumagwa R.D., Hoare R., Wambura P.N., Coppenhaver D.H., Sapolsky R.M., Alberts S.C., Tung J., Rogers J., Kilewo M., Matamuzi E.K., Leendertz F.H., Armelagos G.J., & Knauf S. (2012). Treponema pallidum infection in the wild baboons of East Africa: Distribution and genetic characterization of the strains responsible. PLoS ONE. 7: e50882.
Alberts S.C., & Altmann J. (2012). The Amboseli baboon research project: themes of continuity and change. In P. Kappeler & D.P. Watt (Eds.), Long-term field studies of primates, 261-288. Springer.
Alberts, S.C. (2012).Magnitude and sources of variation in male reproductive performance. In J. Mitani, J. Call, P. Kappeler, R. Palombit, & J.B. Silk, Evolution of Primate Societies. University of Chicago Press.
Biehl, J., & McKay, R. (2012).Ethnography as political critique. Anthropological Quarterly, 85 (4), 1211–1230.
Biehl, J., Amon, J., Socal, M.O., Petryna, A. (2012). Between the court and the clinic: lawsuits for medicines and the right to health in Brazil. Health and Human Rights: An International Journal, 14(1), 1-17.
Cohen, J.D., D’Ardenne, K., Eshel, N., Luka, J., Lenartowicz, A., & Nystrom, L.E. (2012). The role of prefrontal cortex and the midbrain dopamine system in working memory updating.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 109(49).
Cohen, J.D., Nedic, A., Tomlin, D., Holmes, P., & Prentice, D.A. (2012). A decision task in a social context: Human experiments, models, and analyses of behavioral data. Proceedings of the IEEE, 100(3), 713-733.
Currie, J., & Kahn, R. (2012). Children with disabilities. The Future of Children, 22(1), 3-11.
Currie, J., Carvell, D., & MacLeod, W. B. (2012). Accidental death and the rule of joint and several liability. RAND Journal of Economics, 43(1), 51-77.
Currie, J., & Tekin, E. (2012). Understanding the cycle: childhood maltreatment and future crime? The Journal of Human Resources, 47(2), 509-549.
Currie, J., Almond, D., & Herrmann, M. (2012). From infant to mother: early disease environment and future maternal health. Labour Economics, 18(4), 475-483.
Currie, J., Pilkauskas, N., & Garfinkel, I. (2012). The great recession, public transfers, and material hardship. Social Service Review, 86(3), 401-427.
Deaton, A. (2012). The financial crisis and the well-being of Americans, Hicks Lecture, Oxford, Oxford Economic Papers, 64(1), 1–26.
Fleurbaey, M., & Maniquet, F. (2012). Equality of opportunity: the economics of responsibility. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.
Fleurbaey, M. (2012). Social preferences for the evaluation of procedures. Social Choice and Welfare, 39, 599-614.
Fleurbaey, M. (2012). Evaluating life or death prospects. Economics and Philosophy, 28, 217-249.
Fleurbaey, M. (2012). Equal opportunity, reward, and respect for preferences: Reply to Roemer and Hausman. Economics and Philosophy, 28, 201-216.
Fleurbaey, M. (2012). The importance of what people care about. Politics, Philosophy and Economics, 11 (4), 415-447.
Goldman, N., Glei, D., Lin, Y., & Weinstein, M. (2012).Relaxation practice and physiological regulation in a national sample of older Taiwanese. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 18, 653-61.
Goldman, N., Cornman, J., Collins, A., Glei, D., Hurng, B., & Weinstein, M. (2012). Do adults adjust their socioeconomic status identity in later life? Ageing & Society, 32, 616-33.
Goldman, N., Glei, D., Shkolnikov, V., Jdanov, D., Shalnova, S., Shkolnikov, M., et al. (2012). To what extent do biological markers account for the large social disparities in health in Moscow? Social Science and Medicine, 77, 164-72.
Goldman, N., Glei, D., Ryff, C., Lin, Y., & Weinstein, M. (2012). Social relationships and inflammatory markers: an analysis of Taiwan and the U.S. Social Science and Medicine, 74, 1891-99.
Goldman, N., Creighton, M., & Pebley, A. (2012). Durational and generational differences in Mexican immigrant obesity: is acculturation the explanation? Social Science and Medicine, 75, 300-10.
Lieberman, E., & Singh, P. (2012). The institutional origins of ethnic violence. Comparative
Politics, 45(1), 1-24.
Lieberman, E., & Singh, P. (2012). Conceptualizing and measuring ethnic politics: an institutional complement to demographic, behavioral, and cognitive approaches. Studies in
Comparative International Development, 47(2), 255-86.
Lieberman, E., (2012). Descriptive representation and AIDS policy in South Africa. Contemporary Politics. Special issue on the politics of AIDS Policy-making, 18(2), 156-73.
Lynch, S.M., & Steele, L. (2012). The pursuit of happiness in China: individualism, collectivism, and subjective well-being during China's economic and social transformation. Social Indicators Research, Springer.
Owens, J., & Lynch, S.M. (2012). Black and Hispanic immigrants' resilience against negative ability racial stereotypes at selective colleges and universities in the United States. Sociology of Education, 85(4), 303-325.
McLanahan, S., & Garfinkel, I. (2012). Fragile families: debates, facts and solutions. In E. Scott (Ed.), Marriage at the Crossroads, 142-69. Cambridge University Press.
Sharon, B., Carlson, M., & McLanahan, S. (2012). Mothers' repartnering after a non-marital birth. Social Forces, 90(3), 817-841.
Margot, J., Kiernan, K., & McLanahan, S. (2012).Immigrant-native differences in child health: does maternal education narrow or widen the gap? Child Development, 83(5), 1501-9.
Margot, J., Kiernan, K., & McLanahan, S. (2012).Immigrant-Native Differences in Child Health: Does Maternal Education Narrow or Widen the Gap? The Annals.
Shah, A., Mullainathan, S., & Shafir, E. (2012). Some consequences of having too little. Science, 338(6107), 682-685.
Sussman, A., & Shafir, E. (2012). On assets and debt in the psychology of
perceived wealth. Psychological Science, 23(I), 101-108.
Kling, J., Mullainathan, S., Shafir, E., Vermeulen, L., & Wrobel, M. (2012). Comparison friction: experimental evidence from medical drug plans. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1–37.
Adsera, A., & Tienda, M. (Eds.) (2012).Migrant youth and children of migrants in a globalized world. In Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 643. Washington, DC: SAGE.
Fletcher, J. M., & Tienda, M. (2012). High school quality and race differences in college achievement. In R. Bangs, G. F., Koeske, & L. E., Davis (Eds.), Handbook on Race and Social Problems. NY: Spring Press.
Beck, A. N., & Tienda, M. (2012). Better fortunes? Living arrangements and school enrollment of migrant youth in six western countries. In A. Masten, D. Hernandez, & K. Liebkind (Eds.), Capitalizing on Migration: The Potential of Immigrant Youth, 41- 62. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Adsera, A., & Tienda, M. (2012).Comparative perspectives on international migration and child wellbeing. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 643, 6-15.
Niu, S. X., & Tienda, M. (2012). Test scores, class rank and college performance: lessons for broadening access and promoting success. Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia. LIII(4), 199-226.
Beck, A. N., Corak, M., & Tienda, M. (2012). Age at migration, social boundaries and the adult attainments of child migrants. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 643, 134-159.
O’Neil, K., & Tienda, M. (2012). Are economists in over their heads? In P. N. Jefferson (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Poverty, 750-779. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Harris, A., & Tienda, M. (2012).Hispanics in higher education and the Texas Top Ten Percent Law. Race and Social Problems, 4(1), 57-67.
Choi, K., Tienda, M., Cobb-Clark, D. A., & and Sinning, M. (2012).Immigration and status exchange in Australia and the United States. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 30(March), 49-62.
Trussell, J. (2012). Emergency contraception: hopes and realities. In A.M. Foster, & L.L., Wynn (Eds.), Emergency Contraception, the Story of a Global Reproductive Health Technology, 19-35. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Moreau, C., Trussell, J., & Glasier, A. (2012). Challenging the "insurance theory" of sexual and reproductive health behaviors. Contraception. 85(1), 9-10.
Hall, K.S., Moreau, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Determinants of and disparities in reproductive health service use among adolescent and young adult women in the United States, 2002-2008. American Journal of Public Health, 102(2), 359-67.
Harper, C.C., Speidel, J.J., Drey, E.A., Trussell, J., Blum, M., & Darney, P.D. (2012). Copper intrauterine device for emergency contraception: clinical practice among contraceptive providers. Obstetric Gynecology, 119(2 Pt 1), 220-6.
Hall, K.S., Moreau, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Associations between sexual and reproductive health communication and health service use among U.S. Adolescent women. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 44(1), 6-12.
Cleland, K., Peipert, J.F., Westhoff, C., Spear, S., & Trussell, J. (2012).Plan B, One Step not taken: politics trumps science yet again. Contraception, 85(4), 340-1.
Stidham-Hall, K., Moreau, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Patterns and correlates of parental and formal sexual and reproductive health communication for adolescent women in the United States, 2002-2008. Journal of Adolescent Health, 50(4), 410-3.
Moreau, C., Trussell, J., & Bajos, N. (2012). Contraceptive paths of adolescent women undergoing an abortion in France. Journal of Adolescent Health, 50(4), 389-94.
Hall, K.S., Moreau, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Young Women's Perceived Health and Lifetime Sexual Experience: Results from the National Survey of Family Growth. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 9(5), 1382-91.
Sheldon, W.R., Nhemachena, T., Blanchard, K., Chipato, T., Ramjee, G., Trussell, J., McCulloch, C.E., Blum, M., & Harper, C.C. (2012). Male circumcision for HIV prevention: clinical practices and attitudes among healthcare providers in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 39(7), 567-75.
Hall, K.S., Moreau, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Lower use of sexual and reproductive health services among women with frequent religious participation, regardless of sexual experience. Journal of Womens Health (Larchmt), 21(7), 739-47.
Cleland, K., Zhu, H., Goldstuck, N., Cheng, L., & Trussell, J. (2012). The efficacy of intrauterine devices for emergency contraception: a systemic review of 35 years of experience. Human Reproduction, 27(7), 1994-2000.
Steinberg, J.R., Trussell, J., Hall, K.S., & Guthrie, K. (2012). Fatal flaws in a recent meta-analysis on abortion and mental health. Contraception, 86(5), 430-7
Hall, K.S., Trussell, J., & Schwarz, E.B. (2012).Progestin-only contraceptive pill use among women in the United States. Contraception, 86(6), 653-8.
Hall, K., Moreau, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Continuing social disparities despite upward trends in sexual and reproductive health service use among young women in the United States. Contraception, 86(6), 681-6.
Jensen, J.T., & Trussell, J. (2012). Communicating risk: does scientific debate compromise safety? Contraception, 86(4), 327-9.
Hall ,K., & Trussell, J. (2012) Combined oral contraceptive pill types used by U.S. women. Contraception, 86(6), 659-65.
Moreau, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Results from pooled phase III studies of ulipristal acetate for emergency contraception. Contraception, 86(6), 673-80.
Raymond, E.G., Trussell, J., Weaver, M.A., & Reeves, M.F. (2012).Estimating contraceptive efficacy: the case of spermicides. Contraception, 87(2), 134-7.
Burlone, S., Edelman, A.B., Caughey, A.B., Trussell, J., Dantas, S., & Rodríguez, M.I. (2012). Extending contraceptive coverage under the Affordable Health Act saves public funds. Contraception, 87(2), 143-8.
Montouchet, C., & Trussell, J. (2012). Unintended pregnancies in England in 2010: costs to the National Health Service (NHS). Contraception, 87(2), 149-53.
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Zhang, E. (2012). Mourning. In D. Fassin (Ed.), A Companion to Moral Anthropology. Didier Fassin, 264-282. Wiley-Blackwell.
Altmann, J. (Forthcoming). Beauty & attraction: in the 'eye' of the beholder'. In Darwin College symposium volume, Beauty. Cambridge University Press.
Biehl, J., & Petryna, A. (Forthcoming). When people come first: critical studies in global health. Princeton University Press.
Cohen, J.D., Reynolds, J.R., O’Reilly, R.C., & Braver, T.S. (Forthcoming). Lateral prefrontal cortex and the flexible control of behavior. PLoS ONE.
Cohen, J.D., Richard, A.E., Carter, C.S., & Cho, R.Y. (Forthcoming). Persistence, diagnostic specificity and genetic liability for context-processing deficits in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research.
Cohen, J.D., Todd MT, & Nystrom LE. (Forthcoming). Confounds in multivariate pattern analysis: Theory and rule representation case study. Neuroimage.
Cohen, J.D., van Vugt, M.K., Simen, P., Nystrom, L.E., & Holmes, P. (Forthcoming). EEG oscillations reveal neural correlates of evidence accumulation. Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience.
Creager, A. (Forthcoming). Life Atomic: Radioisotopes in Science and Medicine. University of Chicago Press.
Currie, J. (Forthcoming). Pollution and infant health. Child Development Perspectives.
(see website for complete list of publications)
Deaton, A. (Forthcoming). The great escape: health, wealth and the origins of inequality. Princeton University Press.
Deaton, A. (Forthcoming). Puzzles and paradoxes: a life in applied economics. In M. Szenberg & L. Ramrattan (Eds.), Eminent Economists II. Cambridge University Press.
Deaton, A. (Forthcoming). Reshaping the world: the 2005 round of the international comparison program. In P. Rao & F. Vogel, (Eds), Measuring the Size of the World Economy: The Framework, Methodology, and Results from the International Comparison Program. Washington, DC: World Bank.
Deaton, A. (Forthcoming). What does the empirical evidence tell us about the injustice of health inequalities? In O.F. Norheim, S. Hurst, D. Wikler, & N. Eyal, (Eds.), Health Inequalities. Oxford University Press.
Fleurbaey, M., & Zuber, S. (Forthcoming). Climate policies deserve a negative discount rate. Chicago Journal of International Law.
Fleurbaey, M., & Zuber, S. (Forthcoming). Inequality aversion and separability in risk evaluation. Economic Theory.
Fleurbaey, M., Schokkaert, E., Luchini, S., & Muller, C. (Forthcoming). Equivalent incomes and the economic evaluation of health care. Health Economics.
Fleurbaey, M., & Peragine, V. (Forthcoming). Ex ante versus ex post equality of opportunity. Economica.
Fleurbaey, M. (Forthcoming). Review of M. Balinski and R. Laraki, Majority Judgment. Measuring, Ranking, and Electing (2010). Social Choice and Welfare.
Fleurbaey, M., & Voorhoeve, A. (Forthcoming). On the evaluation of expectedly beneficial treatments that will disadvantage the worst off. In O. Norheim (Ed.) et al. Oxford University Press.
Fleurbaey, M. (Forthcoming). Evaluation des politiques de santé. Pour une prise en compte équitable des intérêts des populations. Economie et Statistique.
Fleurbaey, M. (Forthcoming). Capabilities or functionings? Anatomy of a debate. In F. Comim, Essays on M. Nussbaum's Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.
Fleurbaey, M. (Forthcoming). On the measurement of health and of health inequalities. In C. Murray & D. Wikler (Eds.), Fairness and Goodness in Health. WHO.
Fleurbaey, M. (Forthcoming). Equality vs. priority: How relevant is the distinction? In C. Murray & D. Wikler (Eds.), Fairness and Goodness in Health. WHO.
Fujiwara, T., & Wantchekon, L. (Forthcoming). Can Public Deliberation Overcome Clientelism? Experimental Evidence from Benin. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.
Fujiwara, T. (Forthcoming). A Regression Discontinuity Test of Strategic Voting and Duverger’s Law. Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 6(3-4):197–233.
Goldman, N., Weinstein, M., & Glei, D. (Forthcoming). The loyal opposition: a commentary on opportunities and challenges in the study of biosocial dynamics in healthy aging. In Perspectives on the Future of the Sociology of Aging, National Academy of Science.
Hammer, J., Das, J., & Sanchez-Paramo, C. (Forthcoming). The impact of recall periods on reported mortality and health seeking behavior. Journal of Development Economics.
Lieberman, E. (Forthcoming). The comparative politics of service delivery in the developing countries. In N. Van de Walle & C. Lancaster (Eds.), Oxford Handbook on Comparative Politics in the Developing Countries.
Lynch, S. M. (Forthcoming). Using statistics in social research: a concise approach. Springer.
Lynch, S. M., & Brown, J. S. (Forthcoming). Handling missing data in social research. Chapman & Hall.
see website for list of forthcoming publications
Tienda, M., & Sanchez, S. (Forthcoming). Latin American immigration to the United States. Daedalus.
Althaus, F., Hatcher, R.A., Kowal, D., Trussell, J., & Cates, W. (Forthcoming). Safely sexual. New York NY: Ardent Media.
Vogl, T. (Forthcoming). Marriage institutions and sibling competition: evidence from South Asia. Quarterly Journal of Economics.
Vogl, T. (Forthcoming). Education and health in developing economies. Encyclopedia of Health Economics.
Vogl, T., & Currie, J. (Forthcoming). Early‑life health and adult circumstance in developing countries. Annual Review of Economics, 5(7), 1-7.36.
Wailoo, K. (Forthcoming). Over-prescribed/under-medicated: the cultural politics of pain in America.