Arun Hendi

Office Address: 
249 McNeil

News

  • Irma Elo and Arun Hendi are quoted in a new NPR article about life expectancy in the U.S.
  • Arun Hendi is the winner of the 2013 Etienne Van de Walle Prize for the best graduate student paper in demography for his paper "Globalization and Contemporary Fertility Transitions."
Ph.D. Candidate, Graduate Group in Demography
MA, Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2010
BA, Economics and Statistics, University of Pennsylvania, 2009
Entered Program: 
2011
Dissertation Chair: 
Irma T. Elo
Dissertation Committee Member: 
Samuel H. Preston
Dissertation Committee Member: 
Michel Guillot
Graduation Year: 
2015
Arun Hendi's current research interests are in aging, mortality, health, formal demography, and social change. His recent research has focused on globalization, contemporary fertility transitions, educational differentials in mortality, stratification in the accuracy of subjective survival forecasts, and the health of black children in the U.S. He plans to write his dissertation on three topics using demographic modeling: spousal differences in mortality, globalization and fertility transitions, and educational gradients in life expectancy.

Recent Publications