Publications

As of October 1, 2012

Pre-2000

1. Ramachandran H, Subramanian S V. Slum household characteristics in Bangalore: a comparative analysis – 1973 and 1992. Indo-Dutch Program on Alternatives in Development Project Report, Delhi, 1993.

2. Pampalon R, Duncan C, Subramanian S V, Jones K. Geographies of health perception in Québec: a multilevel perspective. Social Science and Medicine 1999, 48: 1483-1490.

2000

3. Subramanian S V, Duncan C, Jones K. ‘Illiterate people’ and ‘illiterate places’: the Indian evidence. Indian Social Science Review 2000, 2, 2: 237-74.

4. Subramanian S V. Development as freedom: a review. Progress in Development Studies 2000, 1:1: 84-85.

5. Moon G, Gould M, Jones K, Brown T, Duncan C, Twigg L, Subramanian S V, Litvia A, Iggulden P. Epidemiology: an introduction. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press, 2000.

6. Subramanian S V. Illiteracy in India: a multilevel analysis. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Geography, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, February 2000.

7. Jones K, Subramanian S V. Observational studies and design choices. In Moon G, Gould M and colleagues, Epidemiology: an introduction. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press, 2000:70-85.

8. Jones K, Subramanian S V. Principles and experiments. In Moon G, Gould M and colleagues, Epidemiology: an introduction. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press, 2000:53-69.

9. Subramanian S V, Duncan C. Capability and contextuality. Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies Working Paper Series 2000; 10, 10.

10. James KS, Aitken I, Subramanian S V. Neonatal mortality in India: emerging paradoxes. Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies Working Paper Series 2000; 10, 13.

11. University of Portsmouth. Statistics for epidemiology. Portsmouth: Open Learning Centre, Faculty of Environment, 2000.

2001

12. Murthi M, Srinivasan PV, Subramanian S V. Linking the Indian census with the National Sample Survey. Economic and Political Weekly 2001, 36, 9: 783-792.

13. Subramanian S V, Duncan C, Jones K. Multilevel perspectives on modeling census data. Environment and Planning A 2001, 33, 3: 399-417.

14. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Kennedy BP. Does the state you live in make a difference? multilevel analysis of self-rated health in the US. Social Science and Medicine 2001, 53, 1: 9-19.

2002

15. Krieger N, Waterman PD, Chen J, Soobader M-J, Subramanian S V, Carson R. ZIP code caveat: bias due to spatiotemporal mismatches between ZIP codes and US census-defined areas – The Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project. American Journal of Public Health 2002, 92, 7: 1100-1102.

16. Krieger N, Chen J, Waterman PD, Soobader M-J, Subramanian S V, Carson R. Geocoding and monitoring US socioeconomic inequalities in mortality and cancer incidence: does choice of area-based measure and geographic level matter? – The Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project. American Journal of Epidemiology 2002, 156, 5: 471-482.

17. Subramanian S V, Kim D, Kawachi I. Social trust and self-rated health in US communities a multilevel analysis. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 2002, 79, 4, Supplement 1: S21-S34.

18. Subramanian S V, Belli P, Kawachi I. The macro-determinants of health. Annual Review of Public Health 2002; 23: 287-302.

19. Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, de Almeida Filho N. A glossary for health inequalities. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2002; 56: 647-652.

20. Subramanian S V, Delgado I, Jadue L, Vega J, Kawachi I. Income inequality, income and self-rated health: a multilevel analysis – Abstract. American Journal of Epidemiology 2002; 155, 11:S62.

21. Agnihotri VK, Subramanian S V. Andhra Pradesh. In Agnihotri VK, ed. Socioeconomic profile of rural India, Volume 1 South India. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 2002: 1-47.

2003

22. Acevedo Garcia D, Lochner K, Osypuk TL, Subramanian S V, Future directions in residential segregation and health research: a multilevel approach. American Journal of Public Health 2003, 93, 2: 215-221

23. Subramanian S V, Lochner K, Kawachi I. Neighborhood differences in social capital in the US: compositional artifact or a contextual construct? Health and Place 2003, 9, 1: 33-44.

24. Krieger N, Chen J, Waterman PD, Soobader M-J, Subramanian S V, Carson R. Choosing area-based socioeconomic measures to monitor social inequalities in low birthweight and childhood lead poisoning – The Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2003, 57, 3: 186-199.

25. James KS, Subramanian S V. Towards demographic transition. Economic and Political Weekly 2003, 38, 12-13: 1219-1229.

26. Krieger N, Waterman PD, Chen JT, Soobader M-J, Subramanian S V, Carson R. Monitoring socioeconomic inequalities in sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis, and violence: geocoding an choice of area-based socioeconomic measures – The Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project (US). Public Health Reports 2003, 118, 3: 240-260.

27. Subramanian S V, Blakely T, Kawachi, I. Income inequality as a public health concern: where do we stand? Commentary on Mellor J, Milyo J “Is exposure to income inequality a public health concern?”. Health Services Research 2003, 38, 1: 153-167.

28. Krieger N, Chen JT, Waterman PD, Rehkopf DH, Subramanian S V. Race/ethnicity, gender, and monitoring socioeconomic gradients in health: a comparison of area-based socioeconomic measures — The Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project. American Journal of Public Health 2003, 93:1655-1671.

29. Subramanian S V, Delgado I, Jadue L, Vega J, Kawachi I. Income inequality and health: multilevel analysis of Chilean communities. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2003, 57, 11: 844-848.

30. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. The association between state income inequality and worse health is not confounded by race. International Journal of Epidemiology 2003, 32, 6: 1022-1028.

31. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Response: In defence of the income inequality hypothesis. International Journal of Epidemiology 2003, 32, 6: 1037-1040.

32. Krieger N, Waterman PD, Chen JT, Soobader M-J, Subramanian S V, Carson R. Geocoding public health data: Krieger et al. respond. American Journal of Public Health 2003; 93, 5: 699-700.

33. Subramanian S V, Jones K, Duncan C. Multilevel methods for public health research. In Kawachi I, Berkman LF, eds. Neighborhoods and Health. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003: 65-111.

34. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Wage poverty, earned income inequality, and health, In Heymann J, ed. Global inequalities at work. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003: 165-187.

35. James KS, Subramanian S V. Towards a demographic transition, In Rao CHH, Dev SM, eds. Andhra Pradesh Development: economic reforms and challenges ahead. Hyderabad: Centre for Economic and Social Studies, 2003: 312-340.

36. Davey Smith G, Gordon D, Kelly M, Nandy S, Subramanian S V. Inequalities in health in India: the methodological construction of indices and measures. Report submitted to UK Department for International Development. 2003.

2004

37. Subramanian S V, Nandy S, Kelly M, Gordon D, Davey Smith G. Health behaviour in context: exploratory multi-level analysis of smoking, drinking and tobacco chewing in four states. Economic and Political Weekly 2004, 39, 7: 684-693.

38. Subramanian S V, Nandy S, Kelly M, Gordon D, Davey Smith G. Patterns and distribution of tobacco consumption in India: cross-sectional multilevel evidence from the 1998-99 National Family Health Survey. BMJ 2004, 328, 7443: 801-806.

39. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Income inequality and health: what have we learned so far. Epidemiologic Reviews 2004, 26:78-91.

40. Jun HJ, Subramanian S V, Gortmaker S, Kawachi I. A multilevel analysis of women’s status and women’s self-rated heath in the United States. Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association 2004, 59, 3: 172-180.

41. Jun HJ, Subramanian S V, Gortmaker S, Kawachi I. Socioeconomic disadvantage, parenting responsibility and women’s smoking in the United States. American Journal of Public Health 2004, 94, 12: 2170-2176.

42. James KS, Subramanian S V, Neonatal mortality in India: role of maternal factors. Demography India 2004, 33, 2: 157-174.

43. Subramanian S V. The relevance of multilevel statistical models for identifying causal neighborhood effects. Social Science and Medicine 2004; 58, 10: 1961-1967.

44. Subramanian S V, Nandy S, Kelly M, Gordon D, Davey Smith G. Patterns and distribution of tobacco consumption in India: Authors’ reply. BMJ 2004; 328, 7454: 1499.

45. Kawachi I, Kim D, Coutts A, Subramanian S V. Reconciling the three accounts of social capital; Commentary on Szretzer S, Woolcock M, “Health by association? Social Capital, Social Theory and the Political Economy of Public Health”. International Journal of Epidemiology 2004; 33, 4: 682-690.

46. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Income inequality and health In Anderson N. ed. Encyclopedia on Health and Behavior, Volume 2, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2004: 539-543.

47. Subramanian S V. Multilevel methods, theory and analysis. In Anderson N. ed. Encyclopedia on Health and Behavior, Volume 2, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2004: 602-608.

48. Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Social capital and health. In Anderson N. ed. Encyclopedia on Health and Behavior, Volume 2, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2004: 750-754.

49. Subramanian S V, Statistical approach to inequalities in health. In Rajan SI, James KS, eds. Demographic Change, Health Inequality and Human Development. Hyderabad: Centre for Economic and Social Studies, 2004: 185-209.

50. Subramanian S V, Nandy S, Kelly M, Gordon D, Davey Smith G. Geographical disparities in mortality. In Rajan SI, James KS, eds. Demographic Change, Health Inequality and Human Development. Hyderabad: Centre for Economic and Social Studies, 2004: 210-227.

51. Subramanian S V, Nandy S, Kelly M, Gordon D, Davey Smith G. Multilevel analysis of health behaviors. In Rajan SI, James KS, eds. Demographic Change, Health Inequality and Human Development. Hyderabad: Centre for Economic and Social Studies, 2004: 249-281.

2005

52. Chen Y, Subramanian S V, Acevedo-Garcia D, Kawachi I. Women’s status and depression: a multilevel analysis. Social Science and Medicine 2005, 60, 1: 49-60.

53. Subramanian S V, Chen J, Rehkopf D, Waterman PD, Krieger N. Racial disparities in context: a multilevel analysis of neighborhood variations in poverty and excess mortality among black populations. American Journal of Public Health 2005, 95, 2: 260-265 [Errata: 95, 3: 375].

54. Krieger N, Chen JT, Waterman PD, Rehkopf DH, Subramanian S V. Painting a truer picture of US socioeconomic and racial/ethnic health inequalities: the Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project. American Journal of Public Health 2005, 95, 2: 312-323.

55. Subramanian S V, Acevedo-Garcia D, Osypuk T. Racial residential segregation and geographic heterogeneity in black/white disparity in poor self-rated health in the U.S.: a multilevel statistical analysis. Social Science and Medicine 2005,60, 8: 1667-1679.

56. Nandy S, Kelly M, Gordon D, Subramanian S V, Davey Smith G. Poverty, child under-nutrition and morbidity: new evidence from India. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2005,83, 3: 210-216.

57. Browne WJ, Subramanian S V, Jones K, Goldstein H. Variance partitioning in multilevel logistic models that exhibit over-dispersion. Journal of Royal Statistical Society A 2005, 168, 3: 599-613.

58. Vereecken CA, Inchley J, Subramanian S V, Hublet A, Maes L. The influence of socioeconomic factors on the consumption frequency of fruit and soft drinks in adolescents in Europe. European Journal of Public Health 2005, 15, 3: 224-232.

59. Chen Y, Subramanian S V, Acevedo-Garcia D, Kawachi I, Lee, Y. Can social factors explain gender differences in insomnia: findings from a national survey in Taiwan. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2005, 59, 6: 488-494.

60. Chaix B, Merlo J, Subramanian S V, Lynch J, Chauvin P. Comparison of a spatial perspective with the multilevel analytic approach in neighborhood studies: the case of mental and behavioral disorders due to psychoactive substance use in Malmö, Sweden, 2001. American Journal of Epidemiology 2005, 162, 2: 171-182.

61. Kubzansky LD, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Fay ME, Soobader MJ, Berkman LF. Neighborhood contextual influences on depressive symptoms in the elderly. American Journal of Epidemiology 2005, 162, 3: 253-260.

62. Subramanian S V, Kim D, Kawachi I. Co-variation in the socioeconomic determinants of self-rated health and happiness: a multivariate multilevel analysis of individuals and communities in the U.S. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2005, 59, 8: 664-669.

63. Subramanian S V, Nandy S, Irving M, Gordon D, Davey Smith G. Role of socioeconomic markers and state prohibition policy in predicting alcohol consumption amongst men and women in India: a multilevel analysis of the 1998-99 National Family Health Survey. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2005,83, 11: 829-836.

64. Weitzman ER, Chen Y, Subramanian S V. Youth smoking risk and community patterns of alcohol availability and control: a national multilevel study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2005,9, 12: 1065-1071.

65. Schwetz H, Goger R, Subramanian S V. Zum Einfluss der sozio-okonomischen Herkunft und des Geschlechts auf die Verweildauer in unserem Bildungswesen. Erziehung and Unterricht [Education and Schooling] 2005, 7-8/05: 747-762.

66. Schwetz H, Subramanian S V. Einfuhrung in die Mehrebenenanalysemit MLwiN. Von der Regressionsanalyse zum Random-Slope Modell (Forschung, Statistik & Methoden, Band 9). Landau: Verlag Empirische Padagogik, 2005.

67. James KS, Subramanian S V. Decline in fertility in Andhra Pradesh: a reexamination of conflicting arguments. In Guilmoto CZ, Rajan SI, eds. Fertility transition in South India. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2005: 357-384.

68. Moon G, Subramanian S V,Jones K, Duncan C, Twigg L. Area-based studies and the evaluation of multilevel influences on health outcomes. In Bowling A, Ebrahim S, eds. Handbook of Health Research Methods: Investigation, Measurement and Analysis. Berkshire, England: Open University Press, 2005: 266-292.

69. Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Health demography, In Poston Jr. DL, Micklin M, eds. Handbook of Population (Handbook of Sociology and Social Research Series). Klewer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2005: 787-808.

2006

70. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Whose health is affected by income inequality? a multilevel interaction analyses of contemporaneous and lagged effects of state income inequality on individual self-rated health in the United States. Health and Place 2006, 12, 2: 141-156.

71. Datta GD, Colditz G, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Palmer J, Rosenberg L. Individual-, neighborhood-, and state-level predictors of cervical cancer screening among U.S. black women: a multilevel analysis. Cancer 2006, 106-664-669.

72. Turrell G, Kavanagh A, Subramanian S V. Area variation in mortality in Tasmania (Australia): the contributions of socioeconomic disadvantage, social capital and geographic remoteness. Health and Place 2006, 12: 291-305.

73. Subramanian S V, Nandy S, Irving M, Gordon D, Lambert H, Davey Smith G. The mortality divide in India: the differential contribution of gender, caste and standard of living across the life course. American Journal of Public Health 2006, 96, 5: 826_833.

74. Subramanian S V, Kubzansky LD, Berkman LF, Fay ME, Kawachi I. Neighborhood effects on the self-rated health of elders: unpacking the relative importance of structural and service-related neighborhood environments. Journal of Gerontology B: Social Science 2006, 61B, 3: s153-s160.

75. Kavanagh A, Turrell G, Subramanian S V. Does area-based social capital matter for the health of Australians? a multilevel analysis of self-rated health in Tasmania. International Journal of Epidemiology 2006, 35, 3: 607-613.

76. Kim D, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Bonding vs. bridging social capital and their associations with self-rated health: a multilevel analysis of 40 U.S. communities. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2006, 60: 116-122.

77. Kavanagh A, Bentley R, Turrell G, Broom DH, Subramanian S V. Does gender modify associations between self-rated health and the social and economic characteristics of local environments? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2006, 60: 490-495.

78. Smith A, Subramanian S V. Population contextual influences with heterosexual partner numbers: a multilevel analysis. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2006, 82:250-254.

79. Datta GD, Subramanian S V, Colditz G, Kawachi I, Palmer J, Rosenberg L. Individual-, neighborhood-, and state-level predictors of smoking among U.S. black women: a multilevel analysis. Social Science and Medicine 2006, 63, 4: 1034-1044.

80. Kim D, Subramanian S V, Gortmaker SL, Kawachi I. State- and county-level social capital in relation to obesity and physical inactivity: a multilevel, multivariable analysis. Social Science and Medicine 2006, 63, 4: 1045-1059.

81. Osypuk TL, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Acevedo-Garcia D. Are state patterns of smoking different for different racial/ethnic groups? an application of multilevel analysis. Public Health Reports 2006, 121, 5: 563-577.

82. Subramanian S V, Davey Smith G. Patterns, distribution and determinants of under and overnutrition: a population-based study of women in India. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2006, 84, 3: 633-640.

83. Subramanian S V, Chen JT, Rehkopf DH, Waterman PD, Krieger N. Comparing individual and area-based socioeconomic measures for the surveillance of health disparities: a multilevel analysis of Massachusetts births, 1989-91. American Journal of Epidemiology 2006, 164, 9: 823-834.

84. Subramanian S V, Chen JT, Rehkopf DH, Waterman PD, Krieger N. Subramanian et al. respond to “Think conceptually, act cautiously”. American Journal of Epidemiology 2006, 164, 9: 841-844.

85. Subramanian S V, Davey Smith G, Subramanyam M. Indigenous health and socioeconomic status in India. PLoS Medicine 2006, 3, 10, e421: s86-s95.

86. Andersson A, Subramanian S V. Explorations of neighborhood and educational outcomes for young Swedes. Urban Studies 2006, 43, 11: 2013-2025.

87. McNeill LH, Kreuter MW, Subramanian S V. Social environment and physical activity: a review of concepts and evidence. Social Science and Medicine 2006, 63, 4: 1011-1022.

88. Miller C, Gruskin S, Rajaraman D, Subramanian S V, Heyman J. Orphan care in Botswana’s working households: growing responsibilities in the absence of adequate support. American Journal of Public Health 2006, 96, 8: 1429-1435.

89. Rehkopf DR, Haughton L, Chen JT, Waterman PD, Subramanian S V, Krieger N. Monitoring socioeconomic disparities in death: comparing individual-level education and area-based socioeconomic measures. American Journal of Public Health 2006, 96, 12: 2135-2138.

90. Chen JT, Rehkopf DH, Waterman PD, Subramanian S V, Coull BA, Cohen B, Ostrem M, Krieger N. Mapping and measuring social disparities in premature mortality: the impact of census tract poverty within and across Boston neighborhoods, 1999-2001. Journal of Urban Health 2006, 83, 6: 1063-1084.

91. Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Measuring and modeling the social and geographic context of trauma: a multilevel modeling approach. Journal of Traumatic Stress 2006; 19, 2: 195-203.

92. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Being well and doing well: on the importance of income for health. International Journal of Social Welfare 2006; 15, S1: S13-S22.

93. Subramanian S V, Jun HJ, Kawachi I, Wright RJ. Neighborhood poverty, individual race/ethnicity and adult asthma in Chicago. Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society 2006; 3, Abstracts Issue: A237.

94. Blakely T, Subramanian S V. Multilevel studies. In: Oakes JM, Kaufman JS, eds. Methods in Social Epidemiology. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 2006:316-340.

2007

95. Yip W, Subramanian S V, Mitchell AD,Lee DTS, Wang J, Kawachi I. Does social capital enhance health and well-being? evidence from rural China. Social Science and Medicine 2007, 64, 1: 35-49.

96. Turrell G, Kavanagh A, Subramanian S V. Do places affect the probability of death in Australia? a multilevel study of area-level disadvantage, individual-level socioeconomic position, and all-cause mortality, 1998-2000. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2007, 61, 1: 13-19.

97. Nelson TF, Gortmaker SL, Subramanian S V, Cheung L, Wechsler H. Disparities in overweight and obesity among U.S. college students. American Journal Health Behavior 2007, 31, 4: 363-373.

98. Dubowitz T, Acevedo-Garcia D, Salkeld J, Lindsay AC, Subramanian S V, Peterson KE. Lifecourse, immigration status and acculturation in food purchasing and preparation among low-income mothers. Public Health Nutrition 2007, 10, 4: 396-404.

99. Subramanian S V, Ackerson L, Subramanyam M, Wright RJ. Domestic violence is associated with adult and childhood asthma prevalence in India. International Journal of Epidemiology 2007, 36, 3: 569-579.

100. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Davey Smith G. Income inequality and the double burden of under- and over-nutrition in India. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2007, 61, 9: 802-809.

101. Kim MH, Subramanian SV, Kawachi I, Kim C. Association between childhood fatal injuries and socioeconomic position at individual- and area-level: a multilevel study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2007, 61, 2: 135-140.

102. Lansky S, Subramanian S V, França E, Kawachi I. Higher perinatal mortality in National Public Health System hospitals in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1999: a compositional or contextual effect? BJOG 2007, 114: 1240-1245.

103. Siddiqi A, Kawachi I, Berkman L, Subramanian S V, Hertzman C. Variation of socioeconomic gradients in children’s developmental health across advanced capitalist societies: analysis of 2s OECD nations. International Journal of Health Services 2007, 37, 1: 63-87.

104. Siddiqi A, Subramanian S V, Berkman L, Hertzman C, Kawachi I. The welfare state as a context for children’s development: a study of the effects of unemployment and unemployment protection on reading literacy scores. International Journal of Social Welfare 2007, 16: 314-325.

105. Subramanian S V, Hamano T, Komatsu H, Fujisawa Y. Multilevel analysis and population strategy. Journal of National Institute of Public Health 2007, 56, 2: 29-33.

106. Ackerson LK, Kawachi I, Barbeau EM, Subramanian S V. Exposure to domestic violence associated with adult smoking in India: a population-based study. Tobacco Control 2007, 16, 6: 378-383.

107. Dubowitz T, Smith-Warner SA, Acevedo-Garcia D, Subramanian S V, Peterson KE. Nativity and duration of time in the United States: differences in fruit and vegetable intake among low-income postpartum women. American Journal of Public Health 2007, 97, 10: 1787-1790.

108. Nelson TF, Gortmaker SL, Subramanian S V, Wechsler H. Vigorous physical activity among college students in the United States. J Phys Act Health 2007, 4: 495-508.

109. Wright RJ, Subramanian S V, Advancing multilevel framework for epidemiological research on asthma disparities. Chest 2007; 132, 5S: 757S-769S.

110. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Chasing the elusive null: the story of income inequality and health; Commentary on Backlund E, Rowe G, Lynch J, Wolfson MC, Kaplan GA, Sorlie PD. “Income inequality and mortality: a multilevel prospective study of 521248 individuals in 50 U.S. states”. International Journal of Epidemiology 2007; 36, 3: 596-599.

111. Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Income levels and stress. In Fink G, eds. Encyclopedia of Stress 2nd edition. Oxford: Academic Press, 2007: 506-511.

112. Krieger N, Waterman PD, Chen JT, Subramanian S V, Rehkopf DH. Monitoring socioeconomic determinants of healthcare disparities: Tools from the Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project. In Williams RA ed. Eliminating Healthcare Disparities in America: Beyond the IOM Report. Tototwa, NJ: Humana Press, 2007: 259-306.

113. Subramanian S V, Glymour M, Kawachi I. Identifying causal ecologic effects on health: potentials and challenges. In Galea S. ed. Macrosocial determinants of population health. New York: Springer Media, 2007: 301-331.

114. Subramanian S V. Interdisciplinary educational research: the relevance of multilevel models. In Gastager A, Hascher T, Schwetz H., eds. Balancing zwischen Theorie und Praxis Beitrage zur Wirksamkeitsforschung im padagogisch-pyschologischen Kontext. Landau, Germany: Verlag für empirische Pädagogik, 2007: 91-105.

115. Subramanyam MA, Subramanian S V. South Asia. In Nettleton C, Napolitano DA, Stephens C. eds. An Overview of Current Knowledge of the Social Determinants of Indigenous Health. Commission on Social Determinants of Health, World Health Organisation, Geneva. (For Symposium on the Social Determinants of Indigenous Health Adelaide, Australia 29-30 April 2007)

2008

116. Gilman SE, Breslau J, Subramanian S V, Hitsman B, Koenen KC. Social factors, psychopathology, and maternal smoking during pregnancy. American Journal of Public Health 2008, 98, 3: 448-453.

117. Subramanian S V, Elwert F, Christakis NA. Widowhood and mortality among the elderly: the modifying role of neighborhood concentration of widowed individuals. Social Science and Medicine 2008, 66, 4: 873-884.

118. Yang YT, Studdert DM, Subramanian S V, Mello MM. A longitudinal analysis of the impact of liability pressure on the supply of obstetrician-gynecologists. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 2008, 5,1: 21–53.

119. Gilman SE, Breslau J, Conron KJ, Koenen KC, Subramanian S V, Zaslavsky AM. Education and race-ethnicity differences in the lifetime risk of alcohol dependence. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2008, 62, 3: 224-230.

120. Ackerson LK, Kawachi I, Barbeau EM, Subramanian S V. Effects of individual and proximate educational context on Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): a population-based study of women in India. American Journal of Public Health 2008, 98, 3: 507-514.

121. Singh-Manoux A, Dugravot A, Davey Smith G, Subramanyam MA, Subramanian SV. Adult education and child mortality in India: the influence of caste, household wealth, and urbanization. Epidemiology 2008, 19, 2: 294-301.

122. Msisha WM, Kapiga SH, Earls FJ, Subramanian S V. Place matters: multilevel investigation of HIV distribution in Tanzania. AIDS 2008, 22, 6: 741-748.

123. Bentley R, Kavanagh A, Subramanian S V, Turrell G. Area disadvantage, individual socioeconomic position, and premature cancer mortality in Australia 1998 to 2000. Cancer Causes and Control 2008, 19, 2: 183-193.

124. Almeida JS, Cohen AP, Subramanian S V, Molnar BE. Are increased worker caseloads in state child protective service agencies a potential explanation for the decline in child sexual abuse? a multilevel Analysis. Child Abuse and Neglect 2008, 32, 3: 367-375.

125. Dubowitz T, Subramanian S V, Acevedo-Garcia D, Osypuk TL, Peterson KE. Individual and Neighborhood Differences in Diet among Low-Income Foreign and U.S.-Born Women. Women’s Health Issues 2008, 18, 3: 181-90.

126. Ackerson LK, Subramanian S V. Domestic violence and chronic malnutrition among women and children in India. American Journal of Epidemiology 2008, 167, 10: 1188-1196.

127. Richmond TK, Subramanian S V. The impact of school context on the BMI of adolescent males and females. Obesity 2008, 16, 6: 1324-1330.

128. Malhotra R, Noheria A, Amir O, Ackerson LK, Subramanian S V. Determinants of termination of breastfeeding within the first two years of life in India: evidence from the National Family Health Survey-2 (NFHS-2). Maternal and Child Nutrition 2008, 4, 3: 181-193.

129. Subramanian S V, Ackerson K, Subramanyam MA, Sivaramakrishnan K. Health inequalities in India: the axes of stratification Brown Journal of World Affairs 2008, 14, 2: 127-139.

130. Ackerson LK, Kawachi I, Barbeau EM, Subramanian S V. Geography of underweight and overweight among women in India: a multilevel analysis of 3,204 neighborhoods in 26 states. Economics and Human Biology 2008, 6, 2: 264-280.

131. Ackerson LK, Subramanian S V. State gender inequality, socioeconomic status and Intimate Partner Violence in India: a multilevel analysis. Australian Journal of Social Issues 2008, 43, 1: 81-102.

132. Kondo N, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Takeda Y, Yamagata Z. Economic recession and health inequalities in Japan: analysis with a national sample, 1986-2001. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2008, 62, 10: 869-875.

133. Kondo N, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Takeda Y, Yamagata Z. Do social comparisons explain the association between income inequality and health?: Relative deprivation and perceived health among male and female Japanese individuals. Social Science and Medicine 2008, 67, 6: 982-987.

134. Tseng K-C, Hemenway D, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Chen WJ. Travel Distance and the Use of Inpatient Care among Patients with Schizophrenia. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 2008, 35, 5: 346-356.

135. Kuppens S, Grietens H, Onghena P, Michiels D, Subramanian S V. Individual and Classroom Variables Associated with Relational Aggression in Elementary-School Aged Children: A Multilevel Analysis. Journal of School Psychology 2008, 46, 6: 639-660.

136. *Subramanian S V, Ertel K. Is the use of self-rated health measures to assess health inequalities misleading? International Journal of Epidemiology 2008, 37, 6: 1436-1437.

137. Msisha WM, Kapiga SH, Earls FJ, Subramanian S V. Socioeconomic status and HIV seroprevalence in Tanzania: a counterintuitive relationship. International Journal of Epidemiology 2008, 37, 6: 1297-1303.

138. Sanchez-Vaznaugh EV, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Sánchez Brisa N, Acevedo-Garcia D. Differential effect of birthplace and length of residence on body mass index (BMI) by education, gender and race/ethnicity. Social Science and Medicine 2008, 67, 8: 1300-10.

139. Subramanian S V, Subramanyam MA, Selvaraj S, Kawachi I. Are self-reports of health and morbidities in developing countries misleading? Evidence from India. Social Science and Medicine 2008, 68, 2: 260-265.

140. Wright RJ, Suglia SF, Levy J, Fortun K, Shields A, Subramanian S V, Wright R. Transdisciplinary research strategies for understanding socially patterned disease: the Asthma Coalition on Community, Environment, and Social Stress (ACCESS) project as a case study. Cien Saude Colet 2008, 13, 6:1729-42.

141. Adams KF, Subramanian S V. Is the concern regarding overweight/obesity in India overstated? International Journal of Epidemiology 2008; 37, 5: 1005-1007.

142. Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Kim D.(eds) Social capital and health. New York: Springer, 2008.

143. Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Kim D. Social capital and health: a decade of progress and beyond. In Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Kim D.(eds) Social capital and health. New York: Springer, 2008: 1-28.

144. Kim D, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Social capital and physical health: a systematic review of the literature. In Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Kim D.(eds) Social capital and health. New York: Springer, 2008: 139-190.

2009

145. Yang YT, Mello MM, Subramanian S V, Studdert D. Relationship between malpractice litigation pressure and rates of cesarean section and vaginal birth after cesarean section Medical Care 2009, 47, 2: 234-242.

146. Subramanian S V, Selvaraj S. Social analysis of sex imbalance in India: before and after the implementation of the Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PNDT) Act. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2009, 63, 3: 245-252.

147. Subramanian S V, Jones K, Kaddour A, Krieger N. Revisiting Robinson: the perils of individualistic and ecologic fallacy. International Journal of Epidemiology 2009, 38, 2: 342-360.

148. Subramanian S V, Jones K, Kaddour A, Krieger N. The value of a historically informed multilevel analysis of Robinson’s data. International Journal of Epidemiology 2009, 38, 2: 370-373.

149. Subramanian S V, Jun HJ, Kawachi I, Wright RJ. Contribution of Race/Ethnicity and Country of Origin to Variations in Lifetime Reported Asthma: Evidence for a Nativity Advantage. American Journal of Public Health 2009, 99, 4: 690-697.

150. Subramanian S V, Ackerson LK, Davey Smith G, John NA. Association of maternal height with child mortality, anthropometric failure and anemia in India. JAMA 2009, 301, 16: 1691-1701.

151. Sanchez-Vaznaugh EV, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Brisa SN, Acevedo-Garcia D. Do socioeconomic gradients in BMI vary by race/ethnicity, gender and birthplace? American Journal of Epidemiology 2009, 169, 9:1102-1112.

152. Almeida J, Molnar BE, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Ethnicity and Nativity Status as Determinants of Perceived Social Support: Testing the Concept of Familism. Social Science and Medicine 2009, 68, 10: 1852-1858.

153. Farahani M, Subramanian S V,Canning D. The effect of changes in health sector resources on infant mortality in the short-run and the long-run: a longitudinal econometric analysis. Social Science and Medicine 2009, 68, 11: 1918-1925.

154. Metzenthin P, Helfricht S, Loerbroks A, Terris DD, Haug HJ, Subramanian S V, Fischer JE. A one-item subjective work stress assessment tool is associated with cortisol secretion levels in critical care nurses. Preventive Medicine 2009, 48, 5: 462-466.

155. Perkins, JM, Khan KT, Subramanian S V. Patterns and distribution of HIV among adult men and women in India. PLoS ONE 2009, May 21, 4, 5: e5648.

156. Subramanian S V, Kennedy MH. Perception of neighborhood safety and reported childhood lifetime asthma in the United States (U.S.): A study based on a national survey. PLoS ONE 2009, Jun 30, 4, 6: e6091.

157. Subramanyam MA, Kawachi I, Berkman LF, Subramanian S V. Relative deprivation in income and self-rated health in the United States. Social Science and Medicine 2009, 69, 3: 327-334.

158. Kondo N, Kawachi I, Hirai H, Kondo K, Subramanian S V, Hanibuchi T, Yamagata Z. Relative deprivation and incident functional disability among older Japanese women and men: prospective cohort study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2009, 63, 6: 461-467.

159. Suzuki E, Takao S, Subramanian S V, Doi H, Kawachi I. Work-based social networks and health status among Japanese employees. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2009, 63, 9: 692-696.

160. Subramanian S V, Perkins J, Khan KT. Do burdens of underweight and overweight coexist among lower socioeconomic groups in India? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2009, 90, 2: 369-376.

161. Tucker-Seeley RD, Subramanian S V, Li Y, Sorensen GG. Neighborhood safety, socioeconomic status, and physical activity in older adults. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2009, 37, 3: 207-213.

162. Subramanian S V, Huijts T, Perkins JM. Association between political ideology and health in Europe. European Journal of Public Health 2009, 19, 5: 455-457.

163. Turrell G, Bentley R, Thomas LR, Jolley D, Subramanian S V, Kavanagh AM. A multilevel study of area socioeconomic status and food purchasing behavior. Public Health Nutrition 2009, 12, 11: 2074-2083.

164. Chow CK, Lock K, Teo K, Subramanian S V, McKee M, Yusuf S. Environmental and societal influences acting on cardiovascular risk factors and disease at a population level: a review. International Journal of Epidemiology 2009, 38, 6: 1580-1594.

165. Osypuk TL, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Acevedo-Garcia D. Is workplace smoking policy equally prevalent and equally effective for immigrants? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2009, 63, 10: 784-791.

166. Almeida J, Kawachi I, Molnar BE, Subramanian S V. A multilevel analysis of social ties and social cohesion among Latinos and their neighborhoods: results from Chicago. Journal of Urban Health 2009, 86, 5: 745-759.

167. Merlo J, Ohlsson H, Lynch KF, Chaix B, Subramanian S V. Individual and collective bodies: using measures of variance and association in contextual epidemiology. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2009, 63, 12: 1043-1048.

168. Ackerson LK, Subramanian S V. Intimate partner violence and mortality among infants and children in India. Pediatrics 2009, 124, 5: e878-e889.

169. Kondo N, Sembajwe G, Kawachi I, van Dam R, Subramanian S V, Yamagata Z. Income inequality, mortality and self-rated health: a meta-analysis of multilevel studies with 60 million subjects. BMJ 2009 339, b4471.

170. Rosengren A, Subramanian S V, Islam S, Chow CK, Avezum A, Khazmi K, Sliwa K, Zubaid M, Rangarajan S, Yusuf S. Education and risk for acute myocardial infarction in 52 high, middle and low income countries. INTERHEART case-control study. Heart 2009, 95, 24: 2014-2022.

171. Tucker-Seeley RD, Li Y, Subramanian S V, Sorensen GG. Financial hardship and mortality among older adults using the 1996-2004 Health Retirement Study. Annals of Epidemiology 2009, 19, 12: 850-857.

172. Richmond TK, Subramanian S V. School variation in asthma: compositional or contextual? PLoS One 2009, December 30, 4, 12: e8512.

173. Subramanian S V, Ertel K. Self-rated health may be adequate for broad assessments of social inequalities in health. International Journal of Epidemiology 2009; 38, 1: 319-320.

174. Avendano M, Huijts T, Subramanian S V. Re: Are Americans feeling less healthy? The puzzle of trends in self-rated health. American Journal of Epidemiology 2009, 170, 12: 1581-1582.

175. Subramanian S V. Multilevel Modeling. In McKinlay JB, Marceau LD (eds) Behavioral and Social Science Research Interactive Textbook, Bethesda, MD: Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research, 2009. http://www.esourceresearch.org/tabid/305/Default.aspx.

2010

176. Lynch KF, Subramanian S V, Ohlsson H, Chaix B, Lernmark A, Merlo J. Context and disease when disease risk is low. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2010, 64, 9: 789-795.

177. Tseng K-C, Hemenway D, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Chen WJ. The impact of the Chi-Chi earthquake on the incidence of hospitalizations for schizophrenia and on concomitant hospital choice. Community Mental Health Journal 2010, 46, 1:93-101.

178. Subramanian S V, Huijts T, Avendano M. Self reported health assessments in the 2002 World Health Survey: how do they correlate with education? Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2010, 88, 2: 131-138.

179. Tseng K-C, Hemenway D; Kawachi I; Subramanian S V. Family ties and frequency of heroin use. Journal of Substance Use 2010, 15, 1: 60-74.

180. Ghei K, Agarwal S, Subramanyam M, Subramanian S V. Association between child immunization and availability of health infrastructure in slums in India. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 2010, 164, 3: 243-249.

181. Özaltin E, Hill K, Subramanian S V. Association of maternal stature with offspring mortality, underweight, and stunting in low-to-middle income countries. JAMA 2010, 303, 15: 1507-1516.

182. Suzuki E, Takao S, Subramanian S V, Komatsu H, Doi H, Kawachi I. Does low workplace social capital have detrimental effect on workers’ health? a multilevel analysis. Social Science and Medicine 2010, 70, 9: 1367-1372.

183. Wolf LS, Subramanian S V, Acevedo-Garcia D, Weber D, Kawachi I. Compared to whom? Subjective social status, self-rated health, and referent group sensitivity in a diverse U.S. sample. Social Science and Medicine 2010, 70, 12: 2019 2028.

184. Wolf LS, Acevedo-Garcia D, Subramanian S V, Weber D, Kawachi I. Subjective social status, a new measure in health disparities research: do race/ethnicity and choice of referent group matter? Journal of Health Psychology 2010, 15, 4: 560 574.

185. Teney C, Subramanian S V. Attitudes toward homosexuals among youth in multiethnic Brussels. Cross Cultural Research 2010, 44, 2: 151-173.

186. Malmberg B, Andersson E, Subramanian S V. Links between ill health and regional economic performance: evidence from Swedish longitudinal data. Environment and Planning A 2010, 42, 5: 1210-1220.

187. *Subramanian S V, Perkins JM. Are Republicans healthier than Democrats? International Journal of Epidemiology 2010, 39, 3: 930-93.

188. Subramanyam MA, Kawachi I, Berkman LF, Subramanian S V. Socioeconomic inequalities in childhood undernutrition in India: analyzing trends between 1992 and 2005. PLoS One 2010, 5, 6: e11392.

189. Subramanyam MA, Ackerson LK, Subramanian S V. Patterning in birthweight in India: analysis of maternal recall and health card data. PLoS One 2010, 5, 7: e11424.

190. Tendulkar SA, Dunn EC, Buka, S, Subramanian S V, Koenen KC. A multilevel investigation of neighborhood effects on parental warmth. Journal of Community Psychology 2010, 38, 5: 557-573.

191. Kidman R, Hanley JA, Subramanian S V, Foster G, Heymann J. AIDS in the family and community: The impact on child health in Malawi. Social Science and Medicine 2010, 71, 5: 966-974.

192. Kavanagh A, Bentley R, Turrell G, Shaw J, Dunstan D, Subramanian S V. Socioeconomic position, gender, health behaviors and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Social Science and Medicine 2010, 71, 6: 1150-60.

193. Sapp AL, Kawachi I, Sorensen G, LaMontagne AD, Subramanian S V. Does workplace social capital buffer the effects of job stress? a cross-sectional multilevel analysis of cigarette smoking among U.S. manufacturing workers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2010, 52, 7: 740-50.

194. Subramanian S V, Hamano T, Perkins JM, Koyabu A, Fujisawa Y. Political ideology and health in Japan: a disaggregated analysis. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2010, 64, 9: 838-840.

195. Huijts T, Perkins JM, Subramanian S V. Political regimes, political ideology, and self-rated health in Europe. PLoS ONE 2010, 5, 7: e11711.

196. Ueshima K, Fujiwara T, Takao S, Suzuki E, Iwase T, Doi H, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Does social capital promote physical activity? a population-based study in Japan. PLoS One 2010, 5, 8: e12135.

197. Subramanian S V, Ackerson LK, Davey Smith G. Parental body mass index and childhood undernutrition in India: an assessment of intrauterine influence. Pediatrics 2010, 128, 3: e663-e671.

198. Hong CS, Atlas SJ, Chang Y, Subramanian S V, Ashburner JM, Barry MJ, Grant RW. The relationship between patient panel characteristics and primary care physician clinical performance rankings. JAMA 2010, 304, 10:1107-1113.

199. Suzuki E, Fujiwara T, Takao S, Subramanian S V, Yamamoto E, Kawachi I. Multilevel, cross-sectional study of workplace social capital and smoking among Japanese employees. BMC Public Health 2010, 10: 489.

200. Jain S, Buka SL, Subramanian S V, Molnar BE. Neighborhood predictors of dating violence victimization and perpetration in young adulthood: a multi-level study. American Journal of Public Health 2010, 100, 9: 1737-1744.

201. Hamano T, Fujisawa Y, Ishida Y, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Shiwaku K. Social capital and mental health in Japan: a multilevel analysis. PLoS ONE 2010, 5, 10: e1321.

202. Farahani M, Subramanian S V,Canning D. Effects of state-level public spending on health on the mortality probability in India. Health Economics 2010, 19, 11: 1361-1376.

203. Ackerson LA, Subramanian S V. Negative freedom and death in the United States. American Journal of Public Health 2010, 100, 11: 2163-2164.

204. Pathak P, Singh A, Subramanian S V. Economic Inequalities in Maternal Health Care: Prenatal Care and Skilled Birth Attendance in India, 1992-2006. PLoS ONE 2010, 5, 10: e13593.

205. Nguyen KN, Subramanian S V, Sorensen G, Wright R, Tsang K. Influence of experiences of racial discrimination and ethnic identity on prenatal smoking among urban Black and Hispanic women. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2010 October 25 Epub Ahead of Print.

206. Harling G, Msisha WM, Subramanian S V. Association between HIV and Intimate Partner Violence among women in developing countries. PLoS ONE 2010, 5, 12: e14257.

207. Chow CK, Lock K, Madhavan M, Corsi D, Gilmore A, Subramanian S V, Wei L, Swaminathan S, Lopez-Jaramillo P, Avezum A, Lear SA, Dagenais G, Teo K, McKee M, Yusuf S. Environmental Profile of a Community’s Health (EPOCH): an instrument to measure environmental determinants of cardiovascular health in five countries. PLoS ONE 2010, 5, 12:e14294.

208. Brewster MB, Subramanian S V. Cartographic insights into the burden of mortality in the United Kingdom: a review of the “The Grim Reaper’s Road Map”. International Journal of Epidemiology 2010, 39, 4: 1120-1122.

209. Subramanian S V, O’Malley AJ. The futility in comparing mixed and marginal approaches to modeling neighborhood effects. Epidemiology 2010, 21, 4: 475-478.

210. Block J, Christakis N, O’Malley J, Subramanian S V. Proximity to restaurants and food stores and body mass index in the Framingham Offspring Cohort. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2010, 25, Supplement 3: 370.

211. Suzuki E, Takao S, Subramanian S V, Komatsu H, Doi H, Kawachi I. Does low workplace social capital have detrimental effect on workers’ health? 43rd Annual Society for Epidemiologic Research Meeting, Seattle, Washington, June 23-26, 2010, American Journal of Epidemiology Supplement 2010, 171, 11: S12.

212. Suzuki E, Fujiwara T, Takao S, Subramanian S V, Yamamoto E, Kawachi I. Workplace social capital and smoking among Japanese private sector employees. 43rd Annual Society for Epidemiologic Research Meeting, Seattle, Washington, June 23-26, 2010, American Journal of Epidemiology Supplement 2010, 171, 11: S13.

213. Kondo N, Sembajwe G, Kawachi I, van Dam R, Subramanian S V, Yamagata Z. Is the threshold effect of income inequality on health dependent of the area size for evaluating income inequality? a meta analysis regression. 43rd Annual Society for Epidemiologic Research Meeting, Seattle, Washington, June 23-26, 2010, American Journal of Epidemiology Supplement 2010, 171, 11: S16-S17.

214. Suzuki E, Yamamoto E, Takao S, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Multilevel models from two distinctive definitions of ecological variables: self-inclusion and self-exclusion procedures. 43rd Annual Society for Epidemiologic Research Meeting, Seattle, Washington, June 23-26, 2010, American Journal of Epidemiology Supplement 2010, 171, 11: S139.

215. Özaltin E, Subramanian S V. Understanding the association between maternal height and child outcomes: Letter in Reply. JAMA 2010, 304, 6: 638-639.

216. Subramanyam MA, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Reactions to Fair Society, Healthy Lives. Social Science and Medicine 2010, 71, 7:1221-2.

217. Kulkarni V, Subramanian S V. Social perspectives on health inequalities. In Brown T, McLafferty S, Moon G. (eds) A Companion to Health and Medical Geography. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010: 375-398.

218. Subramanian S V. Multilevel modeling. In Fischer M, Getis A. (eds). Handbook of Applied Spatial Analysis: Software Tools, Methods and Applications. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2010: 507-525.

219. Subramanian S V. Multilevel modeling. In Steptoe A. (ed). Handbook of Behavioral Medicine: Methods and Applications. New York: Springer Media, 2010: 881-893.

2011

220. McLaughlin KA, Xuan Z, Subramanian S V, Koenen KC. State-Level Women’s Status and Psychiatric Disorders among U.S. Women. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2011, 46, 11: 1161-1171.

221. Almeida J, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Molnar BE. Is blood thicker than water? Social support, depression and the modifying role of ethnicity/nativity status. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2011, 65, 1: 51-56.

222. Subramanian S V, Perkins JM, Özaltin E, Davey Smith G. Weight of nations: a socioeconomic analysis of women in low- to middle-income countries. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2011, 93, 2: 413-421.

223. Balarajan Y, Selvaraj S, Subramanian S V. Health care and equity in India. The Lancet 2011, 377, 9764: 505-515.

224. Po JYT, Subramanian S V. Mortality burden and socioeconomic status in India. PLoS ONE 2011, 6, 2: e16844.

225. Perkins JM, Khan KT, Davey Smith G, Subramanian S V. Patterns and trends of adult height in India in 2005-06. Economics and Human Biology 2011, 9, 2: 184-193.

226. Tucker-Seeley RD, Subramanian S V. Childhood circumstances and adult height in the United States. Economics and Human Biology 2011, 9, 2: 194-202.

227. Ao T TH, Sam N, Kiwelu I, Mahal A, Subramanian S V, Wyshak G, Kapiga S. Risk factors of alcohol problem drinking among female bar/hotel workers in Moshi, Tanzania: a multi-level analysis. AIDS and Behavior 2011, 15, 2:330-9.

228. *Subramanyam MA, Subramanian S V. Low socioeconomic groups are not overweight in India. Indian Journal of Medical Research 2011, 133, 1: 119-120.

229. Corsi D, Chow C, Lear S, Rahman M, Subramanian S V, Teo K. Shared environments: a multilevel analysis of community context and child nutritional status in Bangladesh. Public Health Nutrition 2011, 14, 6: 951-959.

230. *Subramanian S V, Subramanyam MA, Davey Smith G. Discrepancy between data and interpretation. Preventive Medicine 2011, 52, 6: 468-469.

231. Mowafi M, Khadr Z, Subramanian S V, Bennett G, Hill A, Kawachi I. Are neighborhood education levels associated with BMI among adults in Cairo, Egypt? Social Science and Medicine 2011, 72, 8:1274-83.

232. Corsi D, Kyu H, Subramanian S V. Socioeconomic and geographic patterning of under- and overnutrition among women in Bangladesh. Journal of Nutrition 2011, 141, 4:631-638.

233. Subramanyam MA, Kawachi I, Berkman LF, Subramanian S V. Is economic growth associated with reduction in child undernutrition in India? PLoS Medicine 2011, 8, 3: e1000424.

234. *Subramanyam MA, Subramanian S V. Nothing misleading about the lack of an association between economic growth and child undernutrition in India: A reply to Deonarine. PLoS Medicine 2011, 8, 3: e1000424 (See Comment).

235. Subramanian S V, Özaltin E, Finlay JE. Height of nations: a socioeconomic analysis of cohort differences and patterns among women in developing countries. PLoS ONE 2011, 6, 4: e18962.

236. Tucker-Seeley RD, Li Y, Sorensen GG, Subramanian S V. Lifecourse socioeconomic circumstances and multi-morbidity among older adults. BMC Public Health 2011, 11: 313.

237. *Subramanian S V, Corsi D. Can India achieve a balance of sexes at birth? The Lancet 2011, 377, 6736: 1893-1894.

238. *Subramanian S V, Finlay JE, Neuman M. Global trends in body-mass index. The Lancet 2011, 377, 6736: 1915-1916.

239. *Subramanian S V, Subramanyam MA. Economic growth and health of poor children in India. Indian Journal of Medical Research 2011, 133, 6: 685-686.

240. *te Grotenhuis M, Eisinga R, Subramanian S V. Robinson’s “Ecological Correlations and the Behavior of Individuals”: methodological corrections. International Journal of Epidemiology 2011, 40, 4: 1123-1125.

241. Chahine T, Subramanian S V, Levy J. Sociodemographic and geographic variability in smoking in the U.S.: A multilevel analysis of the 2006 2007 Current Population Survey, Tobacco Use Supplement. Social Science and Medicine 2011, 73, 5: 752-758.

242. Moon JR, Kondo N, Glymour MM, Subramanian S V. Widowhood and mortality: a meta-analysis. PLoS ONE 2011, 6, 8: e23465.

243. Tucker JD, Yang LG, Yang B, Zheng HP, Chang H, Wang C, Shen SY, Zhu ZJ, Yin YP, Subramanian S V, Chen XS, Cohen MS. A Twin Response to Twin Epidemics: Integrated HIV/Syphilis Testing at STI Clinics in South China. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, 2011, 57, 5: e106-e111.

244. Chahine T, Schultz B, Zartarian V, Subramanian S V, Spengler JD, Hammitt JK, Levy JI. Modeling geographic and demographic variability in residential concentrations of environmental tobacco smoke using national datasets. Journal Of Exposure Science And Environmental Epidemiology 2011, 21, 6: 646-655.

245. Kavanagh A, Kelly M, Krnjacki L, Thornton L, Jolley D, Subramanian S V, Turrell G, Bentley R. Access to alcohol outlets and harmful alcohol consumption: a multilevel study in Melbourne, Australia. Addiction 2011, 106, 10: 1772-1779.

246. Oksanen T, Kivimäki M, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Takao S, Suzuki E, Kouvonen A, Pentti J, Salo P, Virtanen M, Vahtera J. Workplace social capital and all-cause mortality: a prospective cohort study of 28,043 public sector employees. American Journal of Public Health 2011, 101, 9: 1742-1748.

247. Aida J, Kondo K, Hirai H, Subramanian S V, Murata C, Kondo N, Ichida Y, Shirai K, Osaka K. Assessing the association between all-cause mortality and multiple aspects of individual social capital among the older Japanese. BMC Public Health 2011, 11: 499.

248. Bentley R, Baker E, Mason K, Subramanian S V, Kavanagh A. Association between housing affordability and mental health: a longitudinal analysis of a nationally representative household survey in Australia. American Journal of Epidemiology 2011, 174, 7: 753-760.

249. Corsi D, Finlay JE, Subramanian S V. Global burden of double nutrition: has anyone seen it? PLoS ONE 2011, 6, 9: e25120.

250. Block J, Christakis N, O’Malley J, Subramanian S V. Proximity to food establishments and body mass index in the Framingham Heart Study Offspring Cohort over 30 years. American Journal of Epidemiology 2011, 174, 10: 1108-1114.

251. Neuman M, Finlay JE, Davey Smith G, Subramanian S V. The poor remain thinner: stable socioeconomic gradients in body mass index among women in lower and middle income countries. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2011, 94, 5: 1348-1357.

252. Dunn E, Uddin M, Subramanian S V, Smoller J, Galea S, Koenen K. Gene–environment interaction research in youth depression – a systematic review with recommendations for future research. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2011, 52, 12: 1223-1238.

253. Chahine T, Zartarian V, Schultz B, Xue J, Subramanian S V, Levy JI. Modeling joint exposures and health outcomes for cumulative risk assessment: the case of radon and smoking. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2011, 8, 9: 3688-3711.

254. Balarajan Y, Ramakrishnan U, Ozaltin E, Shankar AH, Subramanian S V. Anemia in low and middle income countries: an overview. The Lancet 2011, 378, 9809: 2123-2135.

255. Ozaltin E, Subramanian S V. Why we need to rethink the strategy and time-frame for achieving health-related MDGs? International Health 2011, 3, 4: 246-250.

256. Huijts T, Subramanian S V, Kraaykamp G. Childlessness and psychological well-being in context: multilevel study on 24 European Countries. European Sociological Review 2011, May 12 Epub Ahead of Print.

257. Kondo N, van Dam RM, Sembajwe G, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Yamagata Z. Income inequality and health: the role of population size, inequality threshold, period effects, and lag effects. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2011 October 19 Epub Ahead of Print.

258. Tampubolon G, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I. Neighborhood social capital and individual self-rated health in Wales. Health Economics 2011 November 23 Epub Ahead of Print.

259. Nguyen KH, Wright RJ, Sorensen G, Subramanian S V. Association between local indoor smoking ordinances in Massachusetts and cigarette smoking during pregnancy: A multilevel analysis. Tobacco Control 2011 December 13 Epub Ahead of Print.

260. Subramanyam MA, Subramanian S V. Research on social inequalities in health in India. Indian Journal of Medical Research 2011, 133, 5: 461-463.

261. Corsi D, Subramanyam MA, Subramanian S V. Measuring nutritional status of children. International Journal of Epidemiology 2011, 40, 4: 1030-1036.

262. Perkins J, Subramanian S V. Social epidemiology of nutritional burden among children and adolescents in India. In Moreno L, Pigeot I, Ahrens W (eds). Epidemiology of Obesity in Children and Adolescents: Prevalence and Etiology. New York: Springer, 2011: 163-182.

263. Subramanian S V, Jones K. Multilevel statistical models: concepts and applications. Boston, MA: Harvard School of Public Health, 2011.

2012

264. Sabarwal S, McCormick M, Silverman JG, Subramanian S V. Association between maternal intimate partner violence victimization and childhood immunization in India. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 2012, 58, 2: 107-113.

265. Sabarwal S, McCormick MC, Subramanian S V, Silverman JG. Son Preference and Intimate Partner Violence Victimization in India: Examining the role of actual and desired family composition. Journal of Biosocial Science 2012, 44, 1: 43-56.

266. Jain S, Buka SL, Subramanian S V, Molnar BE. Protective factors for youth exposed to violence: Role of developmental assets for building emotional resilience. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 2012, 10, 1: 107-129.

267. Richmond TK, Austin SB, Walls CE, Subramanian S V. The association of BMI and externally perceived attractiveness across race/ethnicity, gender, and time. Journal of Adolescent Health 2012, 50, 1: 74-79.

268. Siddiqi A, Kawachi I, Berkman L, Hertzman C, Subramanian S V. Education determines a nation’s health, but what determines educational outcomes? A cross-national comparative analysis. Journal of Public Health Policy 2012, 33: 1-15.

269. Lebel A, Kestens Y, Pampalon R, Thériault M, Daniel M, Subramanian S V. Local context influence, activity space and foodscape exposure in two Canadian metropolitan settings: Is daily mobility exposure associated with overweight? Journal of Obesity 2012, 2012: 9 pages.

270. Kim S-S, Chung Y, Perry MJ, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Association between interpersonal trust, reciprocity, and depression in South Korea: A prospective analysis. PLoS One 2012, 7, 1: e30602.

271. Mowafi M, Khadr Z, Bennett G, Hill A, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Is access to neighborhood green space associated with BMI among Egyptians? A multilevel study of Cairo neighborhoods. Health and Place 2012, 18, 2:385-90.

272. Tsai AC, Subramanian S V. Proximate context of gender-unequal norms and women’s HIV risk in sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS 2012, 26, 3: 381-386.

273. Ervasti J, Kivimäki M, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Pentti J, Ahola K, Oksanen T, Pohjonen T, Vahtera J, Virtanen M. Pupils with special educational needs, teacher resources at school and teachers’ sickness absence: a register-linkage study. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health 2012 February 17 Epub Ahead of Print.

274. Robin Moon J, Capistrant BD, Kawachi I, Avendaño M, Subramanian S V, Bates LM, Glymour MM. Stroke incidence in older US Hispanics: is foreign birth protective? Stroke 2012 February 21 Epub Ahead of Print.

275. Kim S-S, Subramanian S V, Sorensen G, Perry MJ, Christiani D. Association between change in employment status and new-onset depression in South Korea: a gender analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health 2012 February 27 Epub Ahead of Print.

276. Suzuki E, Kashima S, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Social and geographic inequalities in premature adult mortality in Japan: an observational study from 1970 to 2005. BMJ Open 2012, 2, 2: e000425.

277. Kidman R, Hanley J, Foster G, Subramanian S V, Heymann JS. Educational disparities in AIDS-affected communities: Does orphanhood confer unique vulnerability? Journal of Development Studies 2012, 48, 4: 531-548.

278. Halonen JI, Kivimäki M, Pentti J, Kawachi I, Virtanen M, Martikainen P, Subramanian S V, Vahtera J. Quantifying neighbourhood socioeconomic effects in clustering of behaviour related risk factors: a multilevel analysis. PLoS ONE 2012, 7, 3: e32937.

279. Tendulkar SA, Koenen K, Dunn E, Buka S, Subramanian S V. Neighborhood influences on perceived social support among parents: findings from the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods. PLoS ONE 2012, 7, 4: e34235.

280. *Subramanian S V, Ozaltin E. Progress towards Millennium Development Goal 4 [Research Letter]. Lancet 2012, 379: 1193-1194.

281. De Neve JW, Gurel M, Dave R, Subramanian S V. International patients in a Turkish hospital: a quantitative study on cross-border health care at the intersection of Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. World Hospitals and Health Services 2012, 48, 1: 5-7.

282. Kashima S, Suzuki E, Okayasu T, Jean Louis R, Eboshida A, Subramanian S V. Association between proximity to a health center and early childhood mortality in Madagascar. PLoS ONE 2012, 7, 6: e38370.

283. Belanoff C. McManus B, Carle A, McCormick M, Subramanian S V. Racial/ethnic variation in breastfeeding across the U.S.: a multilevel analysis from the National Survey of Children’s Health, 2007. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2012, 16, S1: 14-26.

284. Corsi D, Finlay JE, Subramanian S V. Weight of Communities: a multilevel analysis of body mass index in 32,814 neighborhoods in 57 Low- to Middle-Income Countries (LMICs). Social Science and Medicine 2012, 75, 2: 311-322.

285. Arcaya M, Brewster M, Zigler CM, Subramanian S V. Area variations in health: a spatial multilevel modeling approach. Health and Place 2012, 18, 4: 824-831.

286. Moon JR, Glymour MM, Subramanian S V, Avendaño M, Kawachi I. Transition to retirement and risk of cardiovascular disease: Prospective analysis of the Health and Retirement Study. Social Science and Medicine 2012, 75, 3: 526-530.

287. Kondo N, van Dam RM, Sembajwe G, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Yamagata Z. Income inequality and health: the role of population size, inequality threshold, period effects, and lag effects. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2012, 66, 6: e11.

288. Robin Moon J, Capistrant BD, Kawachi I, Avendaño M, Subramanian S V, Bates LM, Glymour MM. Stroke incidence in older US Hispanics: is foreign birth protective? Stroke 2012, 43, 5: 1224-1229.

289. Caspi CE, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Adamkiewicz G, Sorensen G. The relationship between diet and perceived and objective access to supermarkets among low-income housing residents. Social Science and Medicine 2012, 75, 7: 1254-1262.

290. Virtanen M, Oksanen T, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Elovainio M, Suominen S, Linna A, Koponen A, Pentti J, Kivimäki M, Vahtera J. Organizational justice in primary care health centers and glycemic control in patients with Type 2 diabetes. Medical Care 2012, 50, 10: 831-835.

291. Caspi CE, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Sorensen G. The local food environment and diet: a systematic review. Health and Place 2012, 18, 5: 1172-1187.

292. Park C, Subramanian S V. Voluntary association membership and social cleavages: a micro-macro link on generalized trust. Social Forces 2012, 90, 4: 1183-1205.

293. Suzuki E, Kashima S, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Geographic Inequalities in All-Cause Mortality in Japan: Compositional or Contextual? PLoS ONE 2012, 7, 6: e39876.

294. Lamont EB, He Y, Subramanian S V, Zaslavsky AM. Do socially deprived urban areas have less supply of cancer care services? Journal of Clinical Oncology 2012, 30, 26: 3250-3257.

295. Corsi DJ, Subramanian S V. Association between socioeconomic status and self-reported diabetes in India: a cross-sectional multilevel analysis. BMJ Open 2012, 2, 4: e000895.

296. Kestens Y, Lebel A, Chaix B, Clary C, Daniel M, Pampalon R, Theriault M, Subramanian S V. Association between activity space exposure to food establishments and individual risk of overweight. PLoS ONE 2012, 7, 8: e41418.

297. Corsi DJ, Subramanian S V, McKee M, Li W, Swaminathan S, Lopez-Jaramillo P, Avezum A, Lear SA, Dagenais G, Rangarajan S, Teo K, Yusuf S, Chow C. Environmental Profile of a Community’s Health (EPOCH): An ecometric assessment of community measures based on individual perception. PLoS ONE 2012, 7, 9: e44410.

298. Bhan N, Srivastava S, Agrawal S, Subramanyam M, Millett C, Selvaraj S, Subramanian S V. Are socioeconomic disparities in tobacco consumption increasing in India? A repeated cross-sectional multilevel analysis. BMJ Open 2012, 2: e001348.

299. Malhotra C, Malhotra R, Østbye T, Subramanian S V. Maternal autonomy and child health care utilization in India: Results from the National Family Health Survey. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 2012 Epub Ahead of Print May 31.

300. Mohnen SM, Völker B, Flap H, Subramanian S V, Groenewegen PP. You have to be there to enjoy it? Neighborhood social capital and health. European Journal of Public Health 2012 Epub Ahead of Print June 8.

301. Aida J, Kondo K, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V, Ichida Y, Hirai H, Kondo N, Osaka K, Sheiham A, Tsakos G, Watt RG. Does social capital affect the incidence of functional disability in older Japanese? a prospective population-based cohort study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2012 Epub Ahead of Print July 3.

302. Richmond T, Walls CE, Subramanian S V. The association of adolescent socioeconomic position and adult height: variation across racial/ethnic groups. Economics and Human Biology 2012 Epub Ahead of Print July 22.

303. Loerbroks A, Herr R, Subramanian S V, Bosch JA. The Association of Asthma and Wheezing with Major Depressive Episodes: An Analysis of 245 727 Women and Men from 57 Countries. International Journal of Epidemiology 2012 Epub Ahead of Print August 9.

304. Halonen, J, Kivimäki M, Virtanen M, Pentti J, Subramanian S V, Kawachi I, Vahtera J. Living in proximity of a bar and risky alcohol behaviors: a longitudinal study. Addiction 2012 Epub Ahead of Print August 16.

305. Subramanian S V, Subramanyam MA. Why childhood undernutrition persists in India – and how to intervene. Indian Express (New Delhi Edition) 2012, January 28: 15.

306. Suzuki E, Yamamoto E, Takao S, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Clarifying the use of aggregated exposures in multilevel models: self-included vs. self-excluded measures. 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research. Minneapolis, MN, June 27–30, 2012. American Journal of Epidemiology Supplement 2012, 175, 11: S17.

307. Suzuki E, Kashima S, Kawachi I, Subramanian S V. Geographic variations in all-cause mortality in Japan: compositional or contextual? 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research. Minneapolis, MN, June 27–30, 2012. American Journal of Epidemiology Supplement 2012, 175, 11: S82.

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