Emily Miller

Miller, E. (2020). Growing Up, Staying In, and Returning To, The ‘Hardest Place to Live’ in the United States. Russel Sage Foundation. New York, New York – Virtual due to COVID-19

Miller, E. (2020). Field Notes from a Demographer in Training. Scientific American. Observations. New York, New York.  

Miller, E. (2019). In an Evangelical Hub Hometown Heroes Hold Up the Social Safety Net. American Communities Project: Washington DC, DC

Hannah M. Postel

Deterring Emigration with Foreign Aid: An Overview of Evidence from Low-Income Countries (with Michael A. Clemens). Population and Development Review, 44(4): December 2018, pages 667-93;

Immigration Restrictions as Active Labor Market Policy: Evidence from the Mexican Bracero Exclusion (with Michael A. Clemens and Ethan G. Lewis). American Economic Review, 108(6): June 2018, pages 1468-87

“Europe Is Making Its Migration Problem Worse. The Dangers of Aiding Autocrats” (2018 Foreign Affairs, with Loren Landau and Caroline Wanjiku Kihato);

"Trump is wrong. Norwegian immigrants are not better than Haitians for the US economy." (2018 CNBC commentary, with Cindy Huang)

Fumiya Uchikoshi

Raymo, James M., Fumiya Uchikoshi, and Shohei Yoda. 2021. “Marriage Intentions, Desires, and Pathways to Later and Less Marriage in Japan.” Demographic Research 44: 67-98 doi:;

Fujihara, Sho and Fumiya Uchikoshi. 2019. “Declining Association with Persistent Gender Asymmetric Structure: Patterns and Trends in Educational Assortative Marriage in Japan.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 60: 66-77 doi: 12.001;

Uchikoshi, Fumiya and Ryota Mugiyama. 2020. “Trends in Occupational Sex Segregation in Japan: A Decomposition Analysis of Census Data, 1980-2005.” Japanese Journal of Popula- tion Studies. 56: 9-23