News and Announcements

Call for institutions to adapt to support older age workers & more productive society

Berkman_Lisa_croppedHarvard Pop Center Director Lisa Berkman, PhD, and faculty member Mauricio Avendano, PhD, have co-authored a paper published in Daedalus that examines the challenges and opportunities posed by an aging U.S. population, particularly as it relates to an aging workforce.

Recent violence negatively impacts mental health consequences for predisposed women at risk for HIV

Tsai_AlexanderHarvard Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society scholar alum and current Harvard Pop Center faculty member Alexander Tsai, MD, is lead author on a paper that investigates association between recent violence and the mental health consequences for women with preexisting psychiatric conditions who are at risk for HIV.

Early exposure to Medicaid may promote intergenerational mobility & economic opportunity

O'Brien-RourkeRourke O’Brien, PhD, a Harvard Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholar, has co-authored a discussion paper released by the Institute for Research on Poverty that evaluates the impact of the expansion of Medicaid on intergenerational mobility.

Reasons for discontinuation of contraceptive use in India by socioeconomic group

Mohanty_Visiting ScientistHarvard Visiting Scientist Sanjay Monhanty, PhD, is co-author on a working paper published by the Asia Research Institute (ARI) that explores the reasons behind the discontinuation of contraceptives in India, and leads to some recommendations on ways to improve the continuation of use.