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02 December 2022

Read the latest news about about PSC & PARC researchers, including the latest awards, publications & upcoming events!

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17 November 2022

The first episode of Race and Regulation, a 10-podcast series created by the Penn Program on Regulation features PSC Research Associate Dorothy Roberts. She speaks on her latest book, Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families—And How Abolition Can Build a Safer World. Listen to the Podcast!

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09 November 2022

In a New York Times article entitled "Philadelphia Winning a World Series in this Economy? It’s Happened Before." Research Associate  (PSC) Jesús Fernández-Villaverde predicts that win or lose, the Phillies won't tank the U.S. economy.

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28 October 2022

Penn Today reports on a Perry World House lecture with former South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye Kyun, moderated by PSC/PARC Research Associate Hyunjoon Park. The lecture focused on South Korea's successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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14 October 2022

Penn Today shared the results of a UPenn-led study co-authored by PSC/PARC Research Associates Kevin G. Volpp, Angela Lee Duckworth, and Alison M. Buttenheim on the efficacy of geographically targeted, high pay-off vaccine lotteries for boosting vaccination rates. More »

10 October 2022

In an article for The Phildadelphia Inquirer, PSC Research Associate Angela Lee Duckworth shares her role in encouraging University of Pennsylvania's applicants to write - and share - a thank you note as an admissions essay question. 

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01 October 2022

Lopez, Jennifer, Jere Behrman, Santiago Cueto, Marta Favara, and Alan Sánchez. 2022. "Late-Childhood Foundational Cognitive Skills Predict Educational Outcomes Through Adolescence and Into Young Adulthood: Evidence from Ethiopia and Peru." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-100.

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30 September 2022

PSC Research Associate Dennis Culhane is quoted in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article, "Milwaukee's Housing First Program Shows How Lifting People out of Homelessness Can Improve Health, and Cut Costs." 

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23 September 2022

Studies by PSC/PARC Research Associate Jere Behrman and Research Affiliate David Bravo were recently cited in the IDB blog Primeros Pasos: Desarollo Infantil's post: "When Not Going to Preschool was Normal / Cuando no ir al Jardín era lo Normal."

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20 September 2022

Freund, Richard, Marta Favara, Catherine Porter, and Jere Behrman. 2022. "Social Protection and Foundational Cognitive Skills During Adolescence: Evidence from a Large Public Works Programme." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-99.

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19 September 2022

Scott, Douglas, jennifer Lopez, Alan Sánchez, and Jere Behrman. 2022. "The Impact of the JUNTOS Conditional Cash Transfer Programme on Foundational Cognitive Skills: Does Age of Enrollment Matter?." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-98.

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06 September 2022

In an article for PBS News Hour, PSC/PARC Research Associate Samuel H. Preston provides analysis of the CDC's recent statistics on falling life expectancy in the U.S. over the past two years. 

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31 August 2022

PSC/PARC Research Associate Harsha Thirmurthy's study in Nature Human Behavior, “The Effects of Cash Transfer Programmes on HIV-Related Outcomes in 42 Countries from 1996 to 2019,” links cash transfer programs to positive outcomes for HIV control and prevention. His work was featured in a Penn LDI blog post.

 

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31 August 2022

PSC Research Associate Damon Centola is featured on Aiden McCullen's podcast The Innovation Show. He speaks about his new book, Change; How to Make Big Things Happen, and shares insights on the forces that drive lasting societal change.

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22 August 2022

In an interview for Penn Today, PSC/PARC researcher Linda H. Aiken shares her co-authored research protocol, "A Workplace Organisational Intervention to Improve Hospital Nurses’ and Physicians’ Mental Health: Study Protocol for the Magnet4Europe Wait List Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial," published in BMJ Open. More »

08 August 2022

Reed, Megan, Linda Li, Luca Maria Pesando, Lauren Harris, Frank Furstenberg, and Julien Teitler. 2022. "Communication with Kin in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-97.

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04 August 2022

Kohler, Iliana, Cung Hoang, Vikesh Amin, Jere Behrman, and Hans-Peter Kohler. 2022. "Resilience, Accelerated Aging and Persistently Poor Health: Diverse Trajectories of Health among the Global Poor." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-96.

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02 August 2022

PSC Research Associate Duncan J. Watts and colleagues found that 17% of American rely on television news from left or right leaning sources. The study, "Quantifying Partisan News Diets in Web and TV Audiences" published in the journal Science Advances and featured in Penn Today.

 

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26 July 2022

Theodore G. Schurr (PSC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today for his work uncovering how people migrated to Micronesia (located in the western Oceania) published in Science.

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13 July 2022

Allison Buttenheim (PSC Research Associate) was quoted in WHYY about Philadelphia parents trying to get COVID-19 vaccine appointments for their young kids. The vaccines are not easy to access, and some parents "felt like they were, again, on their own, kind of a repeat of early 2021 when we were all trying to get our parents and grandparents vaccine appointments."

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04 July 2022

Low-income people and and people of color will be disproportionately impacted by the overturn of Roe v. Wade, say PSC Research Associate Regina S. Baker and PSC/PARC Research associate Courtney Boen in a Penn Today article. Baker's recent paper in the American Journal of Sociology is featured.

 

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30 June 2022

 Penn LDI blog post titled "Economic Impact of Rural Hospital Closures," features a recent study in Health Services Research coauthored by PSC/PARC Research Associate Atheendar Venkataramani, "Changes in Economic Outcomes Before and After Rural Hospital Closures in the United States: A Difference-in-Differences Study." In the s More »

28 June 2022

Kevin G. Volpp (PSC/PARC Research Assoicate) spoke on a recent episode of The Visible Voices podcast, titled "Improving Behavioral Economics and Nudging." In the episode, he discusses the basics of behavioral economics and its importance in the health care system.

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28 June 2022

PSC Research Associate Angela Lee Duckworth was the Commencement Speaker for the University of Pennsylvania's long-awaited, in-person celebration. Her speech was quoted in Penn Today news article: "'Oft-Delayed but Never Deterred', Class of 2020 and 2021 Grads Celebrate." (Video of speech embedded in article.)

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22 June 2022

Kulkarni, Vani, Veena Kulkarni, Katsushi Imai, and Raghav Gaiha. 2022. "Change in Subjective Well-Being, Affluence and Trust in State Governments in India." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-94.

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16 June 2022

Preston, Samuel and Yana Vierboom.2022. "How Major Risk Factors Influence Mortality Trends in the National Health Interview Survey.University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-93.

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16 June 2022

Linda H. Aiken and Karen B. Lasater's (PSC/PARC Research Associates) recent Journal of Nursing Regulation paper entitled "Conditions of Nursing Practice in Hospitals and Nursing Homes Before COVID-19: Implications for Policy Action" was cited in Medical Xpress.

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15 June 2022

PSC Research Associate Roberto G. Gonzales is quoted in Washington Post article: "As DACA Immigrant Program Turns 10, Legal Challenges Persist." 

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14 June 2022

David S. Mandell (PSC Reearch Associate) was quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer on the difference between the mental health crisis and the gun violence crisis in the U.S. In the article, he states that the country should "not expect that by addressing the mental health crisis in the United States we will address the issue of gun violence."

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14 June 2022

Scott D. Halpern's recent study in Annals of the American Thoracic Society paper entitled "Association of Unit Census with Delays in Antimicrobial Initiation among Ward Patients with Hospital-acquired Sepsis." was featured in Penn LDI

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14 June 2022

Mark D. Neuman is featured in a Penn Medicine News article "Spinal Anesthesia Linked to Higher Painkiller Use in Hip Fracture Patients, which cites a recent article in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

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13 June 2022

David S. Mandell (PC Research Associate) co-wrote an article for the Philadelphia Inquirer about mental health in gun reform conversations. The article argues that in order to prevent mass shootings in the United States, lawmakers need to pass laws for gun reform, not mental health reform.

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07 June 2022

Matthew D. McHugh and Linda H. Aiken (PSC/PARC Research Associates) were quoted in a Vox article titled "The way the US pays for nurses is broken." They highlighted the important behind-the-scenes work that nurses do, and how the quality of care in a hospital relates to the number of nurses employed there. 

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06 June 2022

From street lights to heat waves, John M. MacDonald (PSC Research Associate) shares his research about the impact of physical environments on crime in the OMNIA article, "Crime and the Scientific Method".  

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01 June 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Gonalons-Pons, Pilar 2022. "Paid Family Leave and the Gender Division of Paid and Unpaid Work.University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-73.

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25 May 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Amin, Vikesh, Jere Behrman, Jason Fletcher, Carlos Flores, Alfonso Flores-Lagunes, and Hans-Peter Kohler. 2022. "Does Schooling Improve Cognitive Abilities at Older Ages: Causal Evidence from Nonparametric Bounds." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-92. 

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20 May 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Grant, Monica and Hans-Peter Kohler. 2022. "Marriage Change and Fertility Decline in sub-Saharan Africa, 1991-2019." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-91.

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16 May 2022

In a Washington Post article entitled "U.S. Museums are Trying to Return Hundreds of Looted Benin Treasures," PSC Research Associate Tukufu Zuberi speaks about sharing the stories of 196 works of Benin origin found in the Penn Museum's collection, and the process of returning them.  

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12 May 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Kulkarni, Vani, Veena Kulkarni, Katsushi Imai, and Raghav Gaiha. 2022. "Change in Subjective Well-Being, Affluence and Trust in Judiciary in India." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-90. 

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12 May 2022

Norma B. Coe's (PSC/PARC Research Associate) most recent paper, published in Health Services Research, was featured in a Penn LDI blog post. The paper discusses how Medicare affects end-of-life care.

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11 May 2022

In a paper for The Journal of Marriage and Family, titled "Structural racism, family structure, and Black - White inequality: The differential impact of the legacy of slavery on poverty among single mother and married parent households," PSC Research Associate Regina S. Baker (PSC Research Associate) explores how structural factors like slavery intersect with issues of poverty, race, and family. More »

11 May 2022

Karen Lasater (PARC Reasearch Associate) discusses how politics could help nurses achieve safer working conditions in a Nation article entitled "Nurses Are Fighting Back—but the Nightmare Continues," which cites her BMJ Quality & Safety paper co-authored with Linda H. More »

10 May 2022

We are excited to share that the National Institute on Aging has funded a brand-new undergraduate research training program, GEAR UP.  This joint venture between the Population Aging Research Center (PARC) and the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (Penn LDI) will build on the successful and long-standing Summer Undergraduate Minority Research (SUMR) Program, by providing exciting mentored research experiences to undergraduates for two consecutive summers, supplemented with programming throughout the academic year. More »

09 May 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Batyra, Ewa, and Luca Maria Pesando. 2022. "'Reverse Policies?' Reducing the Legal Minimum Age at Marriage Increases Child Marriage Among the Poorest in Mali." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-89.

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03 May 2022

Pilar Gonalons-Pons (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was quoted in a Philadelphia Inquirer article about how the overturning of Roe v. Wade will affect those in poverty. "Having children puts people in this country at risk of falling into poverty due to extremely weak support of children."

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03 May 2022

Tiffany Huang, PSC and Provost Postdoctoral Fellow, wrote a blogpost for AAPI Data on "The Importance of Asian American Identity for Asian Americans: A Quantitative Analysis."

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08 April 2022

New Penn Education and Inequality Working Paper: Hannum, Emily, Xiaoying Liu, and Fan Wang. 2021. "Estimating the Effects of Educational System Consolidation: The Case of China’s Rural School Closure Initiative." Penn Education and Inequality Working Papers, #11.

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31 March 2022

New Penn Education and Inequality Working Paper: Hannum, Emily, and Fan Wang. 2022. "Fewer, Better Pathways For All? Intersectional Impacts of Rural School Consolidation in China’s Minority Regions." Penn Education and Inequality Working Papers, #10.

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31 March 2022

New Project led by Michel Guillot (PSC/PARC Research Associate), the Global Age Patterns of Under-Five Mortality (GAPU5M)  and funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health (NICHD) aims to improve our understanding of age patterns of under-5 mortality by sharing data they've collected on this topic. 
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31 March 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Greenwood, Jeremy, Nezih Guner, and Karen Kopecky. 2022. "Substance Abuse During the Pandemic: Implications for Labor-Force Participation." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-88.

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24 March 2022

John M. MacDonald (PSC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today for new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which found that, compared to children with municipal water, those relying on private wells in the U.S. More »

24 March 2022

Damon Centola (PSC Research Associate) presented yesterday to the Stanford University Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC)’s faculty research seminar about his recent study on leveraging physician networks to remove race and gender bias from patient treatment recommendations.

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23 March 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Kulkarni, Vani, Veena Kulkarni, Katsushi Imai, and Raghav Gaiha. 2022. "Change in Subjective Well-Being, Affluence and Trust in Politicians." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-87. https://repository.upenn.edu/psc_publications/87.

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21 March 2022

Alison M. Buttenheim (PSC Research Associate) was quoted in The Atlantic on the potential need for annual COVID-19 shots like the flu, but the unlikeliness of sweeping annual COVID-19 immunization. “I just don’t think we’ll have 70 percent of U.S. adults saying, Oh, an annual COVID shot? Sure.”

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18 March 2022

Kevin G. Volpp (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was featured on a recent episode of the Freakonomics MD podcast entitled, "How to Save a Stranger’s Heart," discussing his personal experience with cardiac arrest. More »

17 March 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Mertehikian, Yasmin, and Pilar Gonalons-Pons. 2022. "Work and Family Disadvantage: Mechanisms of Gender Gaps in Paid Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-86.

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16 March 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Gonalons-Pons, Pilar, and Ioana Marinescu. 2022. "Care Labor Demand Shocks and Inequality: How Childcare Costs Exacerbate Inequality among American Families." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-85.

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16 March 2022

Pilar Gonalons-Pons (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today discussing the psychological and stress effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “I don’t think anybody expected the pandemic itself to last so long, and for mitigation measures that are pretty effective to be so difficult to put into place,” says Pilar Gonalons-Pons.

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16 March 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Batyra, Ewa, Luca Maria Pesando, Andrés Castro, Frank Furstenberg, and Hans-Peter Kohler. 2022. "Union Formation, Within-Couple Dynamics, and Child Well-Being in Global Comparative Perspective." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-84.

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11 March 2022

Dolores Albarracín (PSC Research Associate) contributed to a new COVID-19 Roadmap entitled "Getting to and Sustaining the Next Normal: A Roadmap for Living With COVID", which provides new key strategic recommendations for Americans living with COVID.  

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11 March 2022

Damon Centola (PSC Research Associate) presented to the Arthur Vining Foundation on the Serious Illness and End of Life Funder Collaborative, which  represents more than 36 funders, ranging from small, local, and family foundations to regional and national grantmakers, with a shared commitment to improving the care of people with s More »

10 March 2022

New research by Xi Song (PSC Research Associate) titled "The Formal Demography of Kinship III: Kinship Dynamics With Time-Varying Demographic Rates", published in Demographic Research was selected for the Editor's Choice Award

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09 March 2022

Courtney Boen (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was quoted in The Atlantic about grief and the emotional toll caused by COVID-19 in the U.S. The health disparities heightened by COVID-19 created an unequal burden on communities of color in dealing with ongoing illness and death. Image by Racamani.

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08 March 2022

Damon Centola (PSC Research Associate) participated today in the Harvard Journal on Legislation Symposium as part of the Polarization: The Technological Perspective panel. The panel focused on the role of changing communication and electoral technology on the polarization of the US across all levels of government.

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03 March 2022

Pilar Gonalons-Pons (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was quoted in The Philadelphia Inquirer  about the impact of ending the Child Tax Credit on children and families living in poverty. 

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03 March 2022

Alison M. Buttenheim (PSC Research Associate) was quoted in The Washington Post about cities lifting mask and proof of vaccination mandates as COVID-19 restrictions eased. 

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03 March 2022

Jesús Fernández-Villaverde (PSC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today discussing the recent sanctions on Russia and the economic impact they may have on global markets.

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02 March 2022

Tiffany Huang (PSC Postdoctoral Fellow) was featured in a New York Times piece on the relationship between Asian Americans and other racial groups in the political context. More »

02 March 2022

Linda H. Aiken (PSC/PARC) was featured in an LDI Research Update on the Penn Nursing Transcontinental Implementation Science Project and the challenges posed by COVID-19. More »

24 February 2022

2022-02-17 Newsletter

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17 February 2022

Hyunjoon Park (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was featured in a Penn Today article about a momentous gift from James Joo-Jin Kim and Agnes Kim to create the James Joo-Jin Kim Center for Korean Studies, which will provide long-term support for academic and community-focused activities. “The establishment of the Kim Center will mag More »

17 February 2022

Emilio A. Parrado (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today for his work in fostering the relationship between Penn and the Centro de Cultura Arte Trabajo y Educación. More »

16 February 2022

Lance Freeman, the Penn Integrates Knowledge University Professor with joint appointments in the Department of City and Regional Planning and the Department of Sociology, will be joining the Population Studies Center as a Research Associate. Freeman, most recently professor in the Urban Planning Program at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation of Columbia University, spent the 2020-21 academic year at Penn as the Provost’s Distinguished Visiting Faculty Fellow. More »

15 February 2022

Kristen Harknett, former GGD Faculty member, recent PSC visitor and Professor of Social Behavioral Science at the UCSF, was featured in The New York Times for her work on the Shift Project. More »

14 February 2022

Annette Lareau (PSC Research Associate) and Sherelle Ferguson, Sociology Alumna, were featured in OMNIA for their research in Socius, "Hostile Ignorance, Class, and Same-Race Friendships: Perspectives of Working-Class College Students."

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14 February 2022

2022-02-11 Newsletter

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11 February 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Greenwood, Jeremy, Nezih Guner, and Karen Kopecky. 2022. "The Downward Spiral." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-83.

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10 February 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Kohler, Iliana, Nikkil Sudharsanan, Chiwoza Bandawe, and Hans-Peter Kohler. 2022. "Aging and Hypertension Among the Global Poor—Panel Data Evidence from Malawi." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-82.

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10 February 2022

Linda H. Aiken (PSC/PARC Research Associate) co-authored an Op-ed in STAT about Medicare as a policy vehicle to address nurse shortages in hospitals.

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08 February 2022

Dorothy Roberts (PSC Research Associate) did a Q&A for Youth Today making the case to abolish the child welfare system in the United States. More »

08 February 2022

Damon Centola (PSC Research Associate) was on a recent episode of The Unmistakable Creative Podcast entitled, "The Psychology of Making Big Things Happen and Ideas Spread." Centola shared his wisdom on how ideas and beliefs spread through social networks as well as how they can spark change in the behavior of their supporters. More »

31 January 2022

Pilar Gonalons-Pons (PSC/PARC Research Associate) and Abby Alpert (PARC Research Associate) were awarded funding from the Penn LDI Small Grants Program 2022-23. More »

28 January 2022

Dorothy Roberts (PSC Research Associate) participated in the 21st annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture in Social Justice in conversation with Planned Parenthood’s Alexis McGill Johnson. The discussion, featured in Penn Today, was centered on reproductive rights and anti-racism. More »

26 January 2022

New research by Olivia S.Mitchell (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was cited in a new article on PlanSponsor and ASPPA. Read more in the announcement on the Pension Research Council website More »

25 January 2022

Duncan Watts (PSC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today about political polarization during informal political conversation. More »

24 January 2022

US Senate’s new bipartisan report on financial literacy, urging seniors and people with disabilities to plan for retirement, cites research by PSC/PARC Research Associate Olivia S. Mitchell. More »

24 January 2022

Dolores Albarracín (PSC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today for her new book, Creating Conspiracy Beliefs: How Our Thoughts Are Shaped. Analyzing empirical research conducted on real-world ex More »

21 January 2022

2022-01-21 Bulletin

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21 January 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Hanewald, Katja, Hazel Bateman, Hanming Fang, and Tin Long Ho. 2022. "Long-Term Care Insurance Financing Using Home Equity Release: Evidence from an Online Experimental Survey." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-81.

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19 January 2022

Courtney Boen (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today for new research published in Demographic Researchwhich finds that for young people of color, contact with the system begins early and is incredibly widespread. More »

18 January 2022

A recent article in FUNDFire on US Public Pension Funds and their substantial holdings in Fossil Fuel companies quotes PSC/PARC Research Associate Olivia S. Mitchell

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14 January 2022

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Ciancio, Alberto, Jere Behrman, Fabrice Kämpfen, Iliana Kohler, Jürgen Maurer, Victor Mwapasa, and Hans-Peter Kohler. 2022. "Barker’s Hypothesis Among the Global Poor: Positive Long-term Cardiovascular Effects of In-utero Famine Exposure." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2022-80.

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10 January 2022

Angela Lee Duckworth (PSC Research Associate) was featured in Penn Today for a new megastudy, published in More »

07 January 2022

Dolores Albarracín (PSC Research Associate) was quoted in a Rolling Stone article about political conspiracy theories. “Conspiracy theories are powerful because they introduce premises that prevent evidence-based falsification. More »

06 January 2022

Olivia S. Mitchell (PSC/PARC Research Associate) was quoted in a recent article in MarketWatch on whether RMD's matter.  Read the full article and announcement

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06 January 2022

Angela Lee Duckworth (PSC Research Associate) was featured in Penn GSE News for being named at the top of Education Week’s Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.

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05 January 2022