(Affiliates marked in boldface). Argys, LM & SL Averett. 2019. “The Effect of Family Size on Educational Attainment: New Evidence from China’s One-child Policy.” Journal of Demographic Economics. 85(1): 21-42.… Continue Reading: Recent affiliate publications (Sept. 2019).
There is a shortage of research focused on small rural places and CUPC affiliates Lori Hunter, Myron Gutmann, Stefan Leyk and Arizona State’s Dylan Connor are embarking on a nationwide… Continue Reading: CUPC research on well-being in small town America receives NIH funding
It is well-known that major health disparities exist between race-ethnic groups -and between men and women in some circumstances- due not only to differences in the capacity of groups to… Continue Reading: Kim Truong-Vu searches for the source of disparities in use of HPV vaccine.
CUPC affiliate David Pyrooz, along with Scott Decker (Arizona State) recently published a book with Cambridge University Press entitled “Competing for Control: Gangs and the Social Order of Prisons.” As… Continue Reading: Pyrooz publishes book on how gangs vie for control within prisons
CUPC affiliate jimi adams recently published his sole-authored book “Gathering Social Network Data,” which is part of the indispensable Sage Publications’ Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences Series. As described… Continue Reading: adams publishes book on social network data-gathering
CUPC’s seed grant program has supported a variety of preliminary work including on adult mortality, demography and genetics, immigrant health, and the consequences of access to long acting reversible contraception… Continue Reading: CUPC seed grant program fuels more than $10 million in external funding applications
CUPC affiliates David Pyrooz, Rick Rogers and Ryan Masters received funding to undertake the first known comprehensive investigation into the gang membership-mortality link. The research will yield critical information about… Continue Reading: Research on mortality risk among gang members receives NIH funding
The rural-urban divide is vast, with rural places tending to have poorer public health, lower levels of education, higher unemployment and lower wages and income, as just a few examples. CUPC… Continue Reading: CUPC research on well-being in rural America receives NIH funding
Initial data suggest that it does have an effect, particularly among less-healthy populations, CU Boulder researchers find A first look at the intersection of climate change and the relatively good… Continue Reading: Does a changing climate affect when healthy people migrate?
Colleen Reid, an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, has been selected as a JPB Environmental Health (EH) Fellow by Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Funded by… Continue Reading: Colleen Reid selected JPB Environmental Health (EH) Fellow by Harvard University