Recent Publications

Alicia Adsera

Adsera, A., & Ferrer, A. (forthcoming 2021). The effect of linguistic proximity and the labour market performance of immigrant men in Canada. Labour, doi:

Adsera, A., Pozza, D., Sergei, G., Kleine-Rueschkamp, L., & Nikolova, E. (forthcoming 2020). Height and well-being during the transition to market economy Economic Policy, doi:

Adsera, A. (2020). What is the most important factor likely to influence future fertility trends and why? international political economy and future fertility trends. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 18, 1. doi:

Adsera, A., & Ferrer, A. M. (2020). Speeding up for a son: Sex ration imbalances by birth interval among south Asian migrants to Canada. Canadian Studies in Population, 47, 133.

de Jong, P., Adsera, A., & de Valk, H. (2019). The role of welfare in locational choices: Modelling intra-european migration decisions across the life-course. Tijdschrift Voor Economische En Sociale Geografie, 111(2) doi:10.1111/tesg.12390.

Elizabeth M. Armstrong

Armstrong, E. M.; Markens, S.; Waggoner, M. R. (2019) Reproduction, health, and medicine vol:20. UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
ISBN: 9781787561724

Leah Boustan

Abramitzky, R., Boustan, L. P., & Connor, D. (2020). Leaving the enclave: Historical evidence on immigrant mobility from the industrial removal office
( No. 27372).National Bureau of Economic Research. doi:DOI 10.3386/w27372

Abramitzky, R., Boustan, L., & Eriksson, K. (2020). Do immigrants assimilate more slowly today than in the past? American Economic Review: Insights, 2(1), 125. doi:DOI: 10.1257/aeri.20190079

Abramitzky, R., Boustan, L., Eriksson, K., & Hao, S. (2020). Discrimination and the returns to cultural assimilation in the age of mass migration. American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings, 110, 340. doi:DOI: 10.1257/pandp.20201090

Boustan, L. P., Kahn, M. E., Rhode, P. W., & Yanguas, M. L. (2020). The effect of natural disasters on economic activity in US counties: A century of data. Journal of Urban Economics, 1118 doi:

Abramitzky, R., Ager, P., Boustan, L. P., Cohen, E., & Hansen, C. W. (2019). The effects of immigration on the economy: Lessons from the 1920s border closure 
 ( No. 26536).National Bureau of Economic Research. doi:DOI 10.3386/w26536

Abramitzky, R., Boustan, L. P., & Eriksson, K. (2019). Replication data for: Europe's tired, poor, huddled masses: Self-selection and economic outcomes in the age of mass migration. Openicpsr, doi:

Abramitzky, R., Boustan, L. P., Eriksson, K., Feigenbaum, J. J., & Pérez, S. (2019). Automated linking of historical data 
 ( No. 25825).National Bureau of Economic Research. doi:DOI 10.3386/w25825

Abramitzky, R., Boustan, L. P., Jácome, E., & Pérez, S. (2019). Intergenerational mobility of immigrants in the US over two centuries
 ( No. 26408).National Bureau of Economic Research. doi:DOI 10.3386/w26408

Abramitzky, R., Boustan, L., & Eriksson, K. (2019). To the new world and back again: Return migrants in the age of mass migration. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 72(2), 300. doi:

Ager, P., Boustan, L. P., & Eriksson, K. (2019). The intergenerational effects of a large wealth shock: White southerners after the civil war 
 ( No. 25700).National Bureau of Economic Research. doi:DOI 10.3386/w25700

Boustan, L. P. (2019). Replication data for: School desegregation and urban change: Evidence from city boundaries. Openicpsr, doi:

Boustan, L. P., Margo, R. A., Miller, M. M., Reeves, J. M., & Steil, J. P. (2019). Does condominium development lead to gentrification?
 ( No. 26170).National Bureau of Economic Research. doi:DOI 10.3386/w26170

Anne C. Case

Case, A., & Deaton, A. (2020). Deaths of despair and the future of capitalism. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.


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Dalton Conley

Conley, D. (2020). Toward a two-dimensional conception of socioeconomic status for health policy. Milbank Quarterly Opinion, December 17 doi:

Conley, D. (2020). Who you gonna call? COVID-19 and the future of telemedicine. Milbank Quarterly Opinion, July 15 doi:

Conley, D., & Schanzenbach, D. W. (2020). Invest in school-based health centers to improve child health. Milbank Quarterly Opinion, December 23 doi:

Johnson, T., Dawes, C. T., & Conley, D. (2020). How does a statistician raise an army? the time when john W. tukey, a team of luminaries, and a statistics graduate student repaired the vietnam selective service lotteries. The American Statistician, 74(2), 190. doi:DOI: 10.1080/00031305.2019.1677267

McMartin, A., & Conley, D. (2020). Commentary: Mendelian randomization and education-challenges remain. International Journal of Epidemiology, 49(1), 1193. doi:doi: 10.1093/ije/dyaa160
PMID: 33029641

McMartin, A., & Conley, D. (2020). Commentary: Mendelian randomization and education–Challenges remain  . International Journal of Epidemiology, 49(4), 1193. doi:

Mostafavi, H., Harpak, A., Agarwal, I., Conley, D., Pritchard, J. K., & Przeworski, M. (2020). Variable prediction accuracy of polygenic scores within an ancestry group. Elife, 9, e48376. doi:

Janet M. Currie

Ginther, D. K., Currie, J. M., Blau, F. D., & Croson, R. T. A. (2020). Can Mentoring Help Female Assistant Professors in Economics? An Evaluation by Randomized Trial
    AEA Papers and Proceedings, 110, 205. 10.1257/pandp.20201121

Currie, J. (2020). Child Health as Human Capital. Health Economics, 29(4), 452. 10.1002/hec.3995
PMID: 31965679

Currie, J., Kleven, H., & Zwiers, E. (2020). Data and Code for Technology and Big Data Are Changing Economics: Mining Text to Track Methods. Openicpsr,;jsessionid=C3D4770D4FE44EAC0B7010081B1F943F

Chorniy, A., Currie, J., & Sonchak, L. (2020). Does Prenatal WIC Participation Improve Child Outcomes? American Journal of Public Health, 6(2), 169. 10.1086/707832

Currie, J., & Rossin-Slater, M. (2020). Does the WIC Program Promote Equality of Opportunity in Early Life? In L. Tach, R. Dunifon & D. Miller (Eds.), Confronting Inequality: How Policies and Practices Shape Children's Opportunities (pp. 49). American Psychological Association.

Currie, J. M., Rafferty, J. A., Bassett, M. T., & Groves, R. (2020). Evaluating Data Types: A Guide for Decision Makers Using Data to Understand the Extent and Spread of Covid-19. National Academy of Sciences Societal Experts Action Network (SEAN) (). The National Academies Press.

Currie, J. M. (2020). Inequality Before Birth Contributes to Health Inequality In Adults: Improving Newborn Health Is More Essential Now Than Ever. Scientific American, 343(4)

Currie, J., & Schnell, M. (2020). Letter to the Editor: Medical School Ranking and Physician Opioid Prescribing. Journal General Internal Medicine, 35(8), 2477. 10.1007/s11606-020-05797-z

Ginther, D. K., Currie, J. M., Blau, F. D., & Croson, R. T. A. (2020). Mentoring Matters for Women in Economics. In S. Lundberg (Ed.), Women in Economics: Challenges and Opportunities along the Pipeline (). CEPR Press.

Currie, J., Schwandt, H., & Thuilliez, J. (2020). Pauvreté, Egalité, Mortalité: Mortality (In)Equality in France and the United States. Journal of Population Economics, 33, 197.

Currie, J., Henrik, K., & Esmée, Z. (2020). Technology and Big Data Are Changing Economics: Mining Text to Track Methods
. AEA Papers and Proceedings, 110(42) 10.1257/pandp.20201058

Cuddy, E., & Currie, J. (2020). Treatment of Mental Ilness in American Adolescents Varies Wdely within and Across Areas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 117(1), 24039.

Currie, J. M., & Macleod, W. B. (2020). Understanding Doctor Decision Making: The Case of Depression Treatment. Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 88(3), 847.

Currie, J. (2020). What We Say And What We Do: Why US Investments In Children's Health Are Falling Short. Health Affairs, 39(10), 1684. 10.1377/hlthaff.2020.00633
PMID: 33017250

Alexander, D., Currie, J., & Schnell, M. (2019). Check Up before You Check Out: Retail Clinics and Emergency Room Use. Journal of Public Economics, 178

Simeonova, E., Currie, J., Nilsson, P., & Walker, R. (2019). Congestion Pricing, Air Pollution, and Children's Health

. Journal of Human Resources, Oct 10.3368/jhr.56.4.0218-9363R2

Pesko, M. F., & Currie, J. M. (2019). The Effect of E-Cigarette Minimum Legal Sale Age Laws on Cigarette Use and Birth Outcomes among Pregnant Teenagers. Journal of Health Economics, 66, 71.

Currie, J., & Duque, V. (2019). Medicaid: What Does it Do and Can We Do it Better? The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 686(1), 148.

Baker, M., Currie, J., & Schwandt, H. (2019). Mortality Inequality in Canada and the U.S.: Convergent or Divergent Trends. Journal of Labor Economics, 37(S2), S325. 10.1086/703259

Currie, J., & Walker, R. (2019). What Do Economists Have to Say About the Clean Air Act 50 Years After the Establishment of the EPA? Journal of Economic Perspectives, 433(4), 3.

Currie, J., Ho., B., Kelly, R., & Kuziemko, I. (2019). Who Will Be Our Moral Conscience Now? A Tribute To Uwe Reinhardt. Health Affairs Blog,

Rafaela Dancygier

Alizade, J., Dancygier, R., & Ditlmann, R. (forthcoming). National penalties reversed: The local politics of citizenship and politician responsiveness to immigrants. Journal of Politics,

Dancygier, R., Egami, N., Jamal, A., & Rischke, R. (forthcoming). Hate crimes and gender imbalances: Fears over mate competition and violence against refugees. American Journal of Political Science,

Dancgier, R. (2020). Another progressive's dilemma: Immigration, the radical right & threats to gender equality Daedalus, 149(2), 56. doi:

Dancygier, R. (2020). Another Progressive’s dilemma: Immigration, the radical right, and threats to gender equality. Daedalus, 149(1), 56-71.

Dancygier, R., Lindgren, K., Nyman, P., & Vernby, K. (2020). Candidate supply is not a barrier to immigrant representation: A Case–Control study
American Journal of Political Science, doi:

Dancygier, R., & Margalit, Y. (2020). The evolution of the immigration debate: Evidence from a new dataset of party positions over the last half-century. Comparative Political Studies, 53(5), 734-774.

Dancygier, R. M., Lindgren, K. O., Nyman, P., & Vernby, K. (Social Science Research Network). The pipeline is not the problem: A Case–Control study of immigrants’ political underrepresentation. 2019, doi:

Chou, W., Dancygier, R. M., Egami, N., & Jamal, A. (2019). The illusion of radical right partisan stability: How party positioning affects radical right voting in Germany. Social Science Research Network, doi:

Dancygier, R. M., Egami, N., Jamal, A., & Rischke, R. (2019). Hating and mating: Fears over mate competition and violent hate crime against refugees. Social Science Research Network, doi:

Vernby, K., & Dancygier, R. (2019). Can immigrants counteract employer discrimination? A factorial field experiment reveals the immutability of ethnic hierarchies. PLoS One., doi:doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0218044

Sir Angus Deaton

Case, A., Deaton, A., & Stone, A. A. (2020). Decoding the mystery of American pain reveals a warning for the future. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 117(40), 24785. doi:

Deaton, A. (2020). Randomization in the tropics revisited: A theme and eleven variations. In F. Bedecarrats, I. Guerin & R. Roubaud (Eds.), Randomized controlled trials in the field of development: A critical perspective (). Oxford: University Press.
Book Chapter

Deaton, D., & Case, A. (2020). Deaths of despair and the future of capitalism. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Deaton, A. (2019). Randomization in the tropics revisited: A theme in variations. The India Forum, doi:

Matthew Desmond

Desmond, Matthew, Andrew Papachristos, and David Kirk. “Evidence of the Effect of Police Violence on Citizen Crime Reporting.” American Sociological Review.Data and Code.

Desmond, Matthew, and Nathan Wilmers. “Do the Poor Pay More for Housing? Exploitation, Profit, and Risk in Rental Markets.”American Journal of Sociology American Journal of Sociology 124 (2019): 1090-1124.Print.

Kathryn Edin

Edin, Kathryn, Timothy J. Nelson, Andrew Cherlin, and Robert Francis. “The Tenuous Attachments of Working-Class Men.” Journal of Economic Perspectives. 33(2): 211-228. 2019

Shaefer, H. Luke, Kathryn Edin, Pinghui Wu, and Vincent Fusaro. The Decline of Cash Assistance and the Well-being of Households with Children.” Social Forces: Soz020, 2019

“Taking Care of Mine” or “Just another Bill to Pay: Can the US Child Support System be a Family Building Institution?” Journal of Family Theory. 11(1): 79-91.

Patricia Fernandez-Kelly

Portes, A., & Fernandez-Kelly, P. (2020). Children of Immigrants in New Places of Destination, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 43(1)

Portes, A., & Fernandez-Kelly, P. (Eds.). (2020). The End of Compassion: Children of Immigrants in the Age of Deportation. Routledge.

Fernández-Kelly, P. (2020). The Integration Paradox: Contrasting Patterns in Adaptation Among Immigrant Children in Central New Jersey. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 43(1), 180.

Fernández-Kelly, P. (2019). Reclaiming the Black and Asian Journeys. 
International Handbook of Migration Studies
(2nd ed., pp. 306). Routledge.

Noreen Goldman

Qin B, Babel RA, Plascak JJ, et al. Neighborhood Social Environmental Factors and Breast Cancer Subtypes among Black Women. Forthcoming.

Goldman N. Nathan Keyfitz. In:  SAGE Research Methods Foundations. ; Forthcoming.

Plascak JJ, Llanos AAM, Qin B, et al. Visual Cues of the Built Environment and Perceived Stress among a Cohort of Black Breast Cancer SurvivorsHealth & Place. 2021;67. Publisher's Version

Andrasfay T, Goldman N. Reductions in 2020 US Life Expectancy Due to COVID-19 and the Disproportionate Impact on the Black and Latino PopulationsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2021;118 (5). Publisher's Version

Andrasfay T, Goldman N. American Inequality, Felt Painfully at BirthNY Daily News. 2020. Publisher's Version

Andrasfay T, Goldman N. Physical Functioning and Survival: Is the Link Weaker among Latino and Black Older Adults?Social Science & Medicine. 2020;255. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Beltrán-Sánchez H, Goldman N, Pebley AR, Morales JF. Calloused Hands, Shorter Life? Occupation and Older Age Survival in MexicoDemographic Research. 2020;42 :875-900. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Andrasfay T, Goldman N. Intergenerational Change in Birthweight: Effects of Foreign-born Status and Race/EthnicityEpidemiology. 2020;31 (5) :649-658. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Gaydosh L, Belsky D, Glei D, Goldman N. Testing proposed quanitifications of biological aging in Taiwanese older adultsThe Journals of Gerontology: Series A. 2020. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Corman JC, Glei DA, Goldman N, Weinstein M. Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging StudyEncyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging. 2020. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Verissimo J, Rugg MD, Pullman MY, et al. Early-Life Education May Help Bolster Declarative Memory in Old Age, Especially for WomenAging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition. 2020. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Glei D, Goldman N, Weinstein M. A Growing Socioeconomic Divide: Effects of the Great Recession on Perceived Economic Distress in the United StatesPLOS ONE. 2019. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Tod Hamilton

Hamilton, T. G., & Hagos, R. (2021). Race and the healthy immigrant effect. . Public Policy & Aging Report., doi:

Hamilton, T. G. (2020). Black immigrants and the changing portrait of black identity. Annual Review of Sociology, 46, 295. doi:

Green Tiffany, & Hamilton, T. G. (2019). Intergenerational differences in smoking among west Indian, Haitian, Latin American, and African blacks in the united states. Demographic Research, 41, 713-752.

Green, T., & Hamilton, T. (2019). Maternal educational attainment and infant mortality in the united states: Does the gradient vary by race/ethnicity and nativity?
. Demographic Research, 41, 713. doi:doi:10.2307/26850665

Hamilton, T. G. (2019). Immigration and the remaking of black America. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

Arun Hendi

Hendi A. S. (2019). Proximate sources of change in trajectories of first marriage in the united states, 1960-2010. Demography, 56(3), 835.
PMID: 30900150

Irma T. Elo Arun S. Hendi Jessica Y. Ho Yana C. Vierboom Samuel H. Preston. (2019). Trends in Non‐Hispanic white mortality in the united states by Metropolitan‐Nonmetropolitan status and region, 1990–2016. Population and Development Review,

Vierboom, Y. C., Preston, S. H., & Hendi, A. S. (2019). Rising geographic inequality in mortality in the united states. SSM - population health9, 100478. . SSM - Population Health, 9(100478)

Jennifer Jennings

Nick, M., & Jennings, J. L. (Forthcoming). Collaboration and competition in New Orleans charter management organizations.

van de Werfhorst, H., & Jennings, J. L. (Forthcoming). School inspectorates, standardized tests, and socioeconomic inequality in educational attainment.

Weixler, L.,B., Barrett, N., Harris, D., & Jennings, J. L. (Forthcoming). Examining the distribution of students when choice is the primary means of enrollment: The case of New Orleans. American Education Research Journal,

Sattin, B., & Jennings, J. L. School counselors’ assessment of the legitimacy of high school choice policy. Educational Policy.2020,34(1), 21.

Kim, M., King, M. D., & Jennings, J. (2019). ADHD remission, inclusive special education, and socioeconomic disparities. SSM - Population Health, 8, 100420. doi:

Sean P. Corcoran, Jennifer L. Jennings. (2019). Information and school choice. In Mark Berends, Ann Primus, Matthew G. Springer (Ed.), Handbook of research on school choice (2nd ed., pp. Ch. 26) Routledge.
Book Chapter

Douglas S. Massey

2021 “The Bipartisan Origins of White Nationalism.” Daedalus, forthcoming.

2021 “Unmasking Irregular Migration to the United States.” Forthcoming in Raúl Delgado Wise, ed., Handbook on Migration and Development. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing. (with Jorge Durand)

2021 “Evidencias de un Catástrofe en Venezuela.” Forthcoming in Susanne Gratius and José Manuel Puente, eds., El Conflicto Venezolano: Perspectiva Económica, Política e Internacional. Caracas: Instituto de Estudios Superiores in Administración, Universidad Católica Andrés Bello. (with Magaly Sanchez)

2021 “What were the paradoxical consequences of militarizing the border with Mexico?.” Chapter 2 in Edward E. Telles and Raul Hinojosa, eds., Equitable Globalization? Migration, Trade and Race in US-Mexico Relations. Berkeley: University of California Press, forthcoming.

2021 “America's Unequal Metropolitan Geography: Segregation and the Spatial Concentration of Affluence and Poverty” Pp. 161-187 in Frances M. Rosenbluth and Margaret Weir, eds., Who Gets What? The New Politics of Insecurity. New York: Cambridge University Press. (with Jacob S. Rugh)

2020* “Lethal Violence and Migration in Mexico: An Analysis of Internal and International Moves.” Migraciones Internacionales 11(12):1-20. (with Jorge Durand and Karen A. Pren)

2020* “The Real Crisis at the Mexico-US Border: A Humanitarian and Not an Immigration Emergency.” Sociological Focus 35(3):787-805. 14

2020* “The Ethnosurvey Revisited: New Migrations, New Methodologies?'” Central and Eastern European Migration Review 8(2):9-38 (with Pawel Kaczmarczyk)

2020* “Immigration Policy Mismatches and Counterproductive Outcomes: Unauthorized Migration to the U.S. in Two Eras.” Comparative Migration Studies 8(21).

2020* “Still the Linchpin: Segregation and Stratification in the USA.” Race and Social Problems 12(1):1–12.

2020* "Creating the Exclusionist Society: From the War on Poverty to the War on Immigrants." Ethnic and Racial Studies 43(1):18-37. Reprinted as Chapter 2 in Alejandro Portes and Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, eds, The End of Compassion: Children of Immigrants in the Age of Deportation. Milton Park, Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

2019 “Debacles at the Border: Five Decades of Fact-Free Immigration Policy.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 684: 6-20. (with Jorge Durand)

2019 “Evolution of the Mexico-U.S. Migration System: Insights from the Mexican Migration Project.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 684:21-42. (with Jorge Durand)

2019* “Humans Adapt to Social Diversity Over Time.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (25) 12244-12249. (with Miguel R. Ramos, Matthew R. Bennett, and Miles Hewstone)

Sanyu A. Mojola

Mojola, S. A., Angotti, N., Denardo, D., Schatz, E., & Xavier Gómez Olivé, F. (2020). The end of AIDS? HIV and the new landscape of illness in rural South Africa. Global Public Health, Epub ahead of print, 111-13. doi: 10.1080/17441692.2020.1851743
PMID: 33290168

Gómez-Olivé, F. X., Houle, B., Rosenberg, M., Kabudula, C., Mojola, S., Rohr, J. K., . . . Menken, J. (2020). Brief report: HIV incidence among older adults in a rural south African setting: 2010-2015. . Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 85(1), 18.

Houle, B., Yu, S. T., Angotti, N., Schatz, E., Kabudula, C. W., Gómez-Olivé, F. X., . . . Mojola, S. A. (2020). Clusters of HIV risk and protective sexual behaviors in Agincourt, rural South Africa: Findings from the Ha Nakekela population-based study of ages 15 and older. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 6, 2057-2068. doi:doi: 10.1007/s10508-020-01663-5

Schatz, E., Knight, L., Belli, R. F., & Mojola, S. A. (2020). Assessing the feasibility of a life history calendar to measure HIV risk and health in older South Africans. PLoS One, 15(1) doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0226024

Mojola, S. A., & Wamoyi, J. (2019). Contextual drivers of HIV risk among young African women., 22 suppl 4, e25302. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 22(4)

Mojola, S. A., & Angotti, N. (2019). 'Sometimes it is not about men': Gendered and generational discourses of caregiving HIV transmission in a rural South African setting. Global Public Health, Epub ahead of print doi:doi: 10.1080/17441692.2019.1606265

Schatz, E., Houle, B., Mojola, S. A., & Angotti N, W. J. (2019). How to "live a good life": Aging and HIV testing in rural South Africa. Journal of Aging and Health, 31(4), 709. doi:DOI: 10.1177/0898264317751945

Alejandro Portes

Portes, A. (2020). Bifurcated immigration and an end to compassion. Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies, 43(1), 2.

Haller, W., & Portes, A. (2019). Class and ambition in the status attainment process: A Spanish replication. The British Journal of Sociology, 70(5) doi:DOI: 10.1111/1468-4446.12695

Portes, A., & Aparicio, R. (2019). Longitudinal study of the second generation in spain (ILSEG), wave 2. Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR),

Portes, A., & Martínez, B. (2019). Emerging global cities: Structural similarities and historical Differences/Ciudades globales emergentes: Similitudes estructurales y diferencias históricas. Revista Espanola De Sociologia, doi:doi:10.22325/fes/res.2019.35

Portes, A., & Martinez, B. P. (2019). They are not all the same: Immigrant enterprises, transnationalism, and development. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, , 1-17. doi:10.1080/1369183X.2018.1559995

James Raymo

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.

Halpern-Manners, Andrew, James M. Raymo, John R. Warren, and Kaitlin Johnson. 2020. “School Performance and Mortality: The Role of Work and Family Trajectories Across the Life Course” Advances in Life Course Research 46.

Wang, Jia and James M. Raymo. 2020.“Non-standard Employment and Life Satisfaction in Japan” forthcoming in Journal of Marriage and Family.

Fukuda, Setsuya, James M. Raymo, and Shohei Yoda. 2020. “Revisiting the Educational Gradient in Women’s Marriage in Japan” Journal of Marriage and Family 82: 1378–1396.

Wang, Jia and James M. Raymo. 2020. “Household income and child well-being in Japan: The role of grandparental coresidence and residential proximity.” Chinese Journal of Sociology 6: 286-314.

Raymo, James M. and Hyunjoon Park. 2019. “Marriage Trends in Korea: Changing Composition of the Domestic Marriage Market and Growth in International Marriage” Demography 57: 171–194.

Raymo, James M., Isabel Pike, and Jersey Liang. 2019.“A New Look at the Living Arrangements of Older Americans using Multistate Life Tables.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 74: e84–e96.