Recent Publications

Alícia Adserà

The Gender Wage Gap and Parenthood: Occupational Characteristics across European Countries (with Federica Querin) (forthcoming, European Journal of Population 2023)

Advanced or Postponed Motherhood? Migrants’ and Natives’ Gap between Ideal and Actual Age at First Birth in Spain (with Xiana Bueno and Mariona Lozano) (forthcoming, Demographic Research 2023)

Differences in Skill Requirements between Jobs held by Immigrant and Native Women across Five European Destinations (with Ana Ferrer and Virginia Herranz), Population Research and Policy Review (2023)


Leah Boustan

Streets of Gold: America’s Untold Story of Immigrant Success, PublicAffairs, 2022 (with Ran Abramitzky)

“Does Condominium Development Lead to Gentrification?” with Robert A. Margo, Matthew M. Miller, James M. Reeves and Justin Steil. Journal of Urban Economics: Insights, Forthcoming

“The Effect of Immigration Restrictions on Local Labor Markets: Lessons from the 1920s Border Closure,” with Ran Abramitzky, Philipp Ager, Elior Cohen and Casper Worm Hansen. American Economic Journal: Applied (2023)

“Computational Analysis of 140 Years of U.S. Political Speeches Reveals More Positive but Increasingly Polarized Framing of Immigration,” with Ran Abramitzky, Chris Becker, Dallas Card, Serina Chang, Dan Jurafsky, Julia Mendelsohn and Rob Voigt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119.31 (2022)

Dalton Conley

Isungset, M.A., D. Conley, H.D. Zachrisson, E. Ystrom, A. Havdahl, P.R. Njølstad, and T.H. Lyngstad, 2022. Social and genetic associations with educational performance in a Scandinavian welfare state. PNAS. 119(25), p.e2201869119

Conley, D. 2022. Much Ado About CRISPR. Millbank Quarterly

Baier, T. et al. 2022. Genetic Influences on Educational Achievement in Cross-National Perspective. Euro- pean Sociological Review. 1-16.

Okbay, A. et al. 2022. Polygenic prediction within and between families from a 3-million-person GWAS of educational attainment. Nature Genetics

Johnson, T., R. Sotoudeh and D. Conley. 2022. Polygenic Scores for Plasticity: A New Tool for Studying Gene-Environment Interplay. Demography

Janet M. Currie

“Rules vs. Discretion: Treatment of Mental Illness in U.S. Adolescents,” forthcoming, The Journal of Political Economy, with Emily Cuddy

“Doing More with Less: Predicting Primary Care Provider Effectiveness,” forthcoming, The Review of Economics and Statistics, with Jonathan Zhang

“What Caused Racial Disparities in Particulate Exposure to Fall? New Evidence from the Clean Air Act and Satellite-Based Measures of Air Quality,” American Economic Review, 113(1): 71–97, January 2023, with Reed Walker and John Voorheis

“Changes in the Relationship Between Income and Life Expectancy Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic, California, 2015-2021,” JAMA, Published online July 7, 2022. doi:10.1001/jama.2022.10952, with Hannes Schwandt, Till von Wachter, Jonathan Kowarski, Derek Chapman, and Steven H. Woolf

“Violence while in Utero: The Impact of Assaults During Pregnancy on Birth Outcomes,” Review of Economics and Statistics, May 2022, with Maya Rossin-Slater and Michael Mueller-Smith

“Leveraging the Urgency of Economic Disparities Driven by the COVID-19 Pandemic to Strengthen the U.S. Safety Net,” NAM Perspectives, Feb. 7, 2022, with Marianne Bitler, Rita Hamad, and Krista Ruffini

“Tackling the Substance Abuse Crisis: The Role of Access to Treatment Facilities,” Journal of Health Economics, January 2022;81:102579, with Adriana Corredor-Waldron

Rafaela Dancygier

2023. “Hate crime supporters are found across age, gender, and income groups and are susceptible to violent political appeals.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences 120 (7), e2212757120

2022. “Hate Crimes and Gender Imbalances: Fears over Mate Competition and Violence against Refugees.” With Naoki Egami, Amaney Jamal and Ramona Rischke. American Journal of Political Science. 66(2): 501-515

Noreen Goldman


Sohn H, Pebley AR, Gonzalez AL, Goldman N. Deportations and Departures: Undocumented Mexican Immigrants’ Return Migration During Three Presidential AdministrationsPNAS. 2023;120(9). Publisher’s Version: Deportations and Departures: Undocumented Mexican Immigrants’ Return Migration During Three Presidential Administrations


Castro M, Gurzenda S, Turra CM, Kim S, Andrasfay T, Goldman N. COVID-19 Is Not an Independent Cause of DeathDemography. 2023. Publishers Version: COVID-19 Is Not an Independent Cause of Death

Andrasfay T, Goldman N. Reductions in US Life Expectancy During the COVID-19 Pandemic by Race and Ethnicity: Is 2021 a Repetition of 2020?PLOS ONE. 2022;17(8). Publishers Version


Goldman N, Andrasfay T. Life Expectancy Loss Among Native Americans During the COVID-19 PandemicDemographic Research. 2022;47(9):233-246. Referenced from Life Expectancy Loss Among Native Americans During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Qin B, Kim K, Goldman N, et al. Multilevel Factors for Adiposity Change in a Population-Based Prospective Study of Black Breast Cancer SurvivorsJournal of Clinical Oncology. 2022. Referenced from


Verissimo J, Verhaeghen P, Goldman N, Weinstein M, Ullman MT. Evidence That Aging Yields Improvements As Well As Declines Across Attention and Executive FunctionsNature Human Behaviour. 2022;6:97-110. Referenced from Evidence That Aging Yields Improvements As Well As Declines Across Attention and Executive Functions

Kate Ho

“How do Manufacturer Copayment Coupons Affect Branded Drug Prices and Quantities Purchased?”
(With Leemore Dafny and Edward Kong). American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, forthcoming, 2023. Also available as NBER Working Paper 29735

“Market Segmentation and Competition in Health Insurance”
(With Mike Dickstein and Nathaniel Mark). Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming, 2023. Also available as NBER Working Paper 29406

“Health Insurance Menu Design for Large Employers”
(With Robin Lee). RAND Journal of Economics, forthcoming, 2022. Also available as NBER Working Paper 27868

Jennifer L. Jennings

Latham, Scott and Jennifer L. Jennings+. “Elevated Water Lead Levels in Schools Using Water from On-Site Wells.” Journal of Water and Health 20(9): 1425-1435

Sattin-Bajaj, Carolyn and Jennifer L. Jennings. Homelessness and School Choice: Examining the Experiences of Families Living in Shelter. Peabody Journal of Education 97: 32-46

Latham, Scott and Jennifer L. Jennings+. “Reducing Lead Exposure in School Water: Evidence from Remediation Efforts in New York City Schools.” Environmental Research (203): 111735

Sanyu A. Mojola

David, Ifeolu J., Enid Schatz, Nicole C. Angotti, Tyler W. Myroniuk and Sanyu A. Mojola - “I’m getting life from the treatment”: Perceptions of Living and Dying on Antiretroviral Treatment among Older Medication-Adherent Persons Living with HIV in Rural South Africa. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, Forthcoming

Mojola, Sanyu A, Erin Ice, Enid Schatz, Nicole Angotti, Brian Houle and F. Xavier Gómez- Olivé. 2022. The Meaning of Health in Rural South Africa: Gender, The Life Course and the Socio-Epidemiological Context. Population and Development Review, December 2022 48(4): 1061- 1095.

Denardo, Danielle, Sanyu A. Mojola, Enid Schatz and F.Xavier Gómez-Olivé. 2022. Anti- Retroviral Therapy and Aging as Resources in Managing and Resisting HIV-Related Stigma in Rural South Africa Social Science and Medicine -Qualitative Research in Health, Volume 2, December 2022, 100148

Ice, Erin, Sanyu A. Mojola, Nicole Angotti, F. Xavier Gómez-Olivé and Brian Houle. 2022 Making Sense of Troubled Livelihoods: Gendered Expectations and Poor Health Narratives in Rural South Africa. Gender and Society, October 2022 36(5): 735–763.

Houle, Brian, Chodziwadziwa W Kabudula, Andrea M Tilstra, Sanyu A. Mojola, Enid Schatz, Samuel J Clark, Nicole Angotti, F Xavier Gómez-Olivé, and Jane Menken. 2022. Twin Epidemics: The Effects of HIV and Systolic Blood Pressure on Mortality Risk in Rural South Africa, 2010-2019 BMC Public Health 22, 387 (2022). 12791-z

Zelner, Jon, Nina B. Masters, Ramya Naraharisetti, Sanyu A. Mojola, Merlin Chowkwanyun, Ryan Malosh. 2022. There are no equal opportunity infectors: Epidemiological modelers must rethink our approach to inequality in infection risk. PLOS Computational Biology.

Mojola, Sanyu A, Nicole Angotti, Danielle Denardo, Enid Schatz and F. Xavier Gómez- Olivé 2022. The End of AIDS? HIV and the New Landscape of Illness in Rural South Africa. Global Public Health. 17(1): 13-25.

Daniel Notterman


ICU-RESUS and Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health, Human Development Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network Investigator Groups, Sutton R, Wolfe H, Reeder R, Ahmed T, Bishop R, Bochkoris M, Burns C, Diddle W, Federman M, Fernandez R, Franzon D, Frazier A, Friess S, Graham K, Hehir D, Horvat C, Huard L, Landis W, Maa T, Manga A, Morgan R, Nadkarni V, Naim M, Palmer C, Schneiter C, Sharron M, Siems A, Srivastava N, Tabbutt S, Tilford B, Viteri S, Berg R, Bell M, Carcillo J, Carpenter T, Dean M, Fink E, Hall M, McQuillen P, Meert K, Mourani P, Notterman D, Pollack M, Sapru A, Wessel D, Yates A, Zuppa A. Effect of Physiologic Point-of-Care Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training on Survival With Favorable Neurologic Outcome in Cardiac Arrest in Pediatric ICUs: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA. 2022;327(10):934–945. PMCID: PMC8905390

Joyce B, Gao T, Koss K, Zheng Y, Cardenas A, Heiss J, Just A, Zhang K, van Horn L, Allen N, Greenland P, Cohen S, Gordon-Larsen P, Mitchell C, McLanahan S, Schneper L, Notterman D, Rifas-Shiman S, Oken E, Hivert M-F, Wright R, Baccarelli A, Lloyd-Jones D, Hou L. Impact of paternal education on epigenetic ageing in adolescence and mid-adulthood: a multi-cohort study in the USA and Mexico. Int J Epidemiol. 2022;51(3):870–884. PMCID: PMC9189973

Mulligan K, Zheng D, Marin B, Do M, Tucker D, Igbinoba Z, Notterman D. COVID-19 and EVALI: Considerations regarding two concurrent public health crises. Am J Emerg Med. 2022;56:389–390. PMCID: PMC8641405

Ames S, Banks R, Zinter M, Fink E, McQuillen P, Hall M, Zuppa A, Meert K, Mourani P, Carcillo J, Carpenter T, Pollack M, Berg R, Mareboina M, Holubkov R, Dean M, Notterman D, Sapru A, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network (CPCCRN). Assessment of Patient Health-Related Quality of Life and Functional Outcomes in Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2022;23(7):e319-e328. PMID: 35452018

Horvat C, Fabio A, Nagin D, Banks R, Qin Y, Park H-J, Kernan K, Canna S, Berg R, Wessel D, Pollack M, Meert K, Hall M, Newth C, Lin J, Doctor A, Shanley T, Cornell T, Harrison R, Zuppa A, Reeder R, Sward K, Holubkov R, Notterman D, Dean M, Carcillo J, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network. Mortality Risk in Pediatric Sepsis Based on C-reactive Protein and Ferritin Levels. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2022;23(12):968–979. PMCID: PMC9722561

Tsitsiklis A, Osborne C, Kamm J, Williamson K, Kalantar K, Dudas G, Caldera S, Lyden A, Tan M, Neff N, Soesanto V, Harris K, Ambroggio L, Maddux A, Carpenter T, Reeder R, Locandro C, Simões E, Leroue M, Hall M, Zuppa A, Carcillo J, Meert K, Sapru A, Pollack M, McQuillen P, Notterman D, Dean M, Zinter M, Wagner B, DeRisi J, Mourani P, Langelier C. Lower respiratory tract infections in children requiring mechanical ventilation: a multicentre prospective surveillance study incorporating airway metagenomics. Lancet Microbe. 2022;3(4):e284-e293. PMCID: PMC9446282

LaChance J, Schottdorf M, Zajdel T, Saunders J, Dvali S, Marshall C, Seirup L, Sammour I, Chatburn R, Notterman D, Cohen D. PVP1-The People’s Ventilator Project: A fully open, low-cost, pressure-controlled ventilator research platform compatible with adult and pediatric uses. PLoS One. 2022;17(5):e0266810. PMCID: PMC9094548

Patrick T. Sharkey

Shen, Yinzhi and Patrick Sharkey. 2022. "When and Where Does Violence Beget Violence?" Preventive Medicine

Sharkey, Patrick, and Alisabeth Marsteller. 2022. "Neighborhood Inequality and Violence in Chicago, 1965–2020." University of Chicago Law Review 89(2)

Brandon Stewart

Grimmer, Justin, Margaret E. Roberts and Brandon M. Stewart. Text as Data: A New Framework for Machine Learning and the Social Sciences. 2022. Princeton: Princeton University Press

Rodriguez, Pedro, Arthur Spirling, and Brandon M. Stewart. “Embedding Regres- sion: Models for Context-Specific Description and Inference”, American Political Science Review, Forthcoming

Mathur, Arunesh, Angelina Wang, Carsten Schwemmer, Maia Hamin, Brandon M. Stewart and Arvind Narayanan. “Manipulative Tactics are the Norm in Political Emails: Evidence from 300K emails from the 2020 U.S. election cycle” Big Data & Society Forthcoming

Egami, Naoki, Christian Fong, Justin Grimmer, Margaret E. Roberts, and Brandon M. Stewart. “How to make causal inferences using texts.”, Science Advances, 2022, 8(42), 1–13

Feder, Amir, Katherine A. Keith, Emaad Manzoor, Reid Pryzant, Dhanya Sridhar, Zach Wood-Doughty, Jacob Eisenstein, Justin Grimmer, Roi Reichart, Margaret E. Roberts, Brandon M. Stewart, Victor Veitch and Diyi Yang. “Causal Inference in Natural Language Processing: Estimation, Prediction, Interpretation and Beyond” Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 2022

Ying, Luwei, Jacob M. Montgomery, and Brandon M. Stewart. “Topics, Concepts,
and Measurement: A Crowdsourced Procedure for Validating Topics as Measures.”Political Analysis, 2022, 30 (4)

Sam Trejo

Sam Trejo* and Daphne Martschenko*. “Beware the Phony Horserace between Genes and Environ- ments”. Forthcoming at Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2023

Marissa Thompson* and Sam Trejo*. “ My School District Isn’t Segregated: Experimental Evidence on the Effect of Information on Parental Preferences Regarding School Segregation.” Conditionally Accepted at Sociology of Education. 2022

Benjamin W. Domingue, Klint Kanopka, Sam Trejo, Mijke Rhemtulla, and Elliot M. Tucker-Drob. “Ubiquitous Bias and False Discovery Due to Model Misspecification in Analysis of Statistical In- teractions: The Role of the Outcome’s Distribution and Metric Properties.” Psychological Methods 2022

Daphne Martschenko* and Sam Trejo*. “Ethical, Anticipatory Genomics Research Means Celebrating Disagreement.” Human Genetics and Genomics Advances 2022

Kristopher Velasco

Cole, Wade, Evan Schofer, and Kristopher Velasco. “Individual Empowerment, Institutional Confidence, and Vaccination Rates in Cross-National Perspective, 1995 to 2018.” American Sociological Review, Forthcoming

Velasco, Kristopher. “Transnational Backlash and the Deinstitutionalization of Liberal Norms: LGBT+ Rights in a Contested World.” American Journal of Sociology 128(5), Forthcoming

Lerch, Julia C., Evan Schofer, David John Frank, Wesley Longhofer, Francisco O. Ramirez, Christine Wotipka, and Kristopher Velasco. “Women’s Participation in the Post-Liberal Era: A Global Perspective.” International Sociology 37(3): 305-329, 2022

Gonsalves, Tara* and Kristopher Velasco. “Seeking Friends in Troubled Times: The Structure and Dynamics of Transnational LGBT Networks in Europe.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 27(1): 91-114, 2022

Velasco, Kristopher and Pamela Paxton. “Deconstructed and Constructive Logics: Explaining Inclusive Language Change in Queer Nonprofits, 1998-2016.” American Journal of Sociology 127(4): 1267-1310, 2022

Yu Xie

He, Qian, and Yu Xie. 2022. “Economic Inequalities in Contemporary Rural China: How Does Political Capital Matter?” Social Science Research

Zhao, Xiaohang, and Yu Xie. 2022. “The Effect of Land Expropriation on Local Political Trust in China.” Land Use Policy114, 105966

Xie, Yu., Hao Dong, Xiang Zhou, and Xi Song. 2022. “Trends in Social Mobility in Postrevolution China.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 119(7), e2117471119

He, Qian, and Yu Xie. 2022. “The Impact of COVID-19 on Americans’ Attitudes toward China: Does Local Incidence Rate Matter?” Social Psychology Quarterly

Liang, Lemeng, Yongai Jin, Jie Zhou, and Yu Xie.  2022. “Stereotype Contents, Emotions, and Public Attitudes: How Do Chinese People Stereotype Nations and National Groups?” Chinese Journal of Sociology, 2057150X211072961

Anne C. Case

Case, Anne, and Angus Deaton. 2022. “The Great Divide: Education, Despair, and Death ”. Annual Reviews

Angus Deaton

Deaton, Angus. 2022. “What’s the Matter With Capitalism?

Case, Anne, and Angus Deaton. 2022. “The Great Divide: Education, Despair, and Death”. Annual Reviews