HCPDS Working Paper Series

Title:  Social networks and social support among older adults in rural South Africa: Findings from the Health and Aging in Africa: A Longitudinal Study of an INDEPTH community in South Africa

Working paper #: Volume 17, No. 1

Author(s): Guy Harling, Katherine Ann Morris, Lenore Manderson, Jessica M. Perkins, and Lisa F. Berkman


Title: Who benefits from social investment? The gendered effects of childcare, employment, and family policies on cardiovascular disease in Europe

Working paper #: Volume 17, No. 2

Author(s): Katherine Ann Morris, Clare Bambra, and Jason Beckfield


Title: Blessing or burden? The impact of refugees on businesses and the informal economy

Working paper #: Volume 17, No. 3

Author(s): Onur Altındag, Ozan Bakis, and Sandra Rozo


Title: Later pension, poorer health? Evidence from the new State Pension age in the UK

Working paper #: Volume 17, No. 4

Author(s): Ludovico Carrino, Karen Glaser, and Mauricio Avendano


Title: Socioeconomic and gender inequalities in neonatal, postneonatal, and child mortality in India: A repeated cross-sectional study, 2005-2016

Working paper #: Volume 18, No. 1

Author(s): Omar Karlsson, Rockli Kim, William Joe, and SV Subramanian


Title: Estimates of child malnutrition indicators for 543 parliamentary constituencies in India, 2016: A visual and tabular representation

Working paper #: Volume 18, No. 2

Author(s): Rockli Kim, Yun Xu, William Joe, and SV Subramanian


Title: FAQs on Child Anthropometric Failures in India: Insights from the National Family Health Survey 2015-16

Working paper #: Volume 18, No. 3

Author(s): Sunil Rajpal, Rockli Kim, Rajan Sankar, Alok Kumar, William Joe and SV Subramanian


Title: Parliamentary Constituency Factsheet for Indicators of Nutrition, Health and Development in India

Working paper #: Volume 18, No. 4

Author(s): Rockli Kim, Akshay Swaminathan, Goutham Swaminathan, Rakesh Kumar, Sunil Rajpal, Jeffrey C. Blossom, William Joe, and SV Subramanian


Title:  Revealing the unequal burden of COVID-19 by income, race/ethnicity, and household crowding: US county vs. ZIP code analyses

Working paper #: Volume 19, No. 1

Author(s): Jarvis Chen and Nancy Krieger


Title: COVID-19 and the unequal surge in mortality rates in Massachusetts, by city/town and ZIP Code measures of poverty, household crowding, race/ethnicity,and racialized economic segregation

Working paper #: Volume 19, No. 2

Author(s): Jarvis Chen, Pamela Waterman, and Nancy Krieger


Title: The unequal toll of COVID-19 mortality by age in the United States: Quantifying racial/ethnic disparities

Working paper #: Volume 19, No. 3

Author(s): Mary T. Bassett, MD, MPH, Jarvis T. Chen, ScD, and Nancy Krieger, PhD


Title: Visualizing the lagged connection between COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United States: An animation using per capita state-level data (January 22, 2020 – July 8, 2020)

Working paper #: Volume 19, No. 4

Author(s): Christian C. Testa, BS, Nancy Krieger, PhD, Jarvis T. Chen, ScD, and William P. Hanage, PhD


Title: US racial/ethnic data for COVID-19 cases: Still missing-in-action

Working paper #: Volume 20, No. 1

Author(s): Nancy Krieger, PhD, Christian C. Testa, BS, and Jarvis T. Chen, ScD


Title: COVID-19: US Federal accountability for entry, spread, and inequities

Working paper #: Volume 20, No. 2

Author(s): W. P. Hanage, C. Testa , J. T. Chen, L. Davis, E. Pechter, M. Santillana, and N. Krieger


Title: The changing political geographies of COVID-19 in the US

Working paper #: Volume 20, No. 3

Author(s): N. Krieger, J. T. Chen, C. Testa, and W. P. Hanage