Published Papers

Economics Publications

[1] 1918 Every Year: Racial Inequality in Infectious Mortality, 1900-1942 with Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, James Feigenbaum, and Christopher Muller

Forthcoming - AEA Papers and Proceedings - [pdf]

[2] The Protestant Legacy: Missions, Gender, and Human Capital in India with Rossella Calvi and Federico Mantovanelli

Accepted – Journal of Human Resources - [pdf | online appendix]

[3] The Impact of the COVID-19 Recession on Mexican Households: Evidence from Employment and Time Use for Men, Women, and Children with Adan Silverio-Murillo, Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyar, Jacob Penglase

Review of Economics of the Household - January 2022 [pdf]

[4] City Health Departments, Public Health Expenditures, and Urban Mortality over 1910-1940 with Elizabeth Wrigley-Field

Economic Inquiry - April 2022 [pdf]

[5] The Impact of No-Fault Unilateral Divorce Laws on Divorce Rates in Mexico with Jacob Penglase

Economic Development and Cultural Change - October 2021 [pdf]

[6] Does Unilateral Divorce Impact Women's Labor Supply? Evidence from Mexico with Jacob Penglase

Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization - July 2021 [pdf]

[7] The Great Crime Recovery: Crimes Against Women During, and After, the COVID-19 Lockdown in Mexico with Adan Silverio-Murillo, Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyar

Economics & Human Biology - May 2021 [pdf]

[8] The Long Downturn: The Impact of the Great Lockdown on Formal Employment with Adan Silverio-Murillo and Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyar

Journal of Economics and Business - May /June 2021 [pdf]

[9] The Long-term Impact of Preventative Public Health Programs

The Economic Journal - February 2021 [pdf]

[10] COVID-19 and Women’s Health: Examining Changes in Mental Health and Fertility with Adan Silverio-Murillo and Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyar and Abel Rodriguez

Economics Letters - February 2021 [pdf]

[11] Do spouses negotiate in the shadow of the law? Evidence from unilateral divorce, suicides, and homicides in Mexico with Adan Silverio-Murillo

Economics Letters - February 2020 [pdf]

[12] Explaining Declines in US Rural Mortality, 1910-1933: The Role of County Health Departments

Explorations in Economic History - October 2018 [pdf]



Peer-Reviewed Interdisciplinary Publications

[13] Salary and workload of midwives across birth center practice types and state regulatory structures with Lisa Ross, Diana Jolles, Susan Stapleton, Jennifer Wright, Kate Bauer

Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health - Accepted

[14] Conflict resolution under the COVID-19 pandemic with Adan Silverio-Murillo and Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyar

International Journal of Conflict Management- November 2021

[15] Assessment of interprofessional collaboration at free-standing birth centers: Does collaboration influence outcomes? with Jacqueline Wallace, Diana Jolles, Susan Stapleton, Jennifer Wright, Cynthia Flynn, Kate Bauer

Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice - December 2021

[16] COVID-19 Blues: Lockdowns and Mental Health-Related Google Searches in Latin America with Adan Silverio-Murillo and Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyarand Abel Rodriguez

Social Science & Medicine - July 2021 [ pdf ]

[17] The U-shaped Crime Recovery during COVID-19: Evidence from National Crime Rates in Mexico with Adan Silverio-Murillo and Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyar

Crime Science - June 2021 [ pdf ]

[18] Breastfeeding as a quality measure: Demonstrating levers of the National Quality Strategy - with Diana Jolles

Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing - July/September 2021

[19] Druglords don’t stay at home: COVID-19 pandemic and crime patterns in Mexico City - [link] with Adan Silverio-Murillo and Jose Roberto Balmori De la Miyar

Journal of Criminal Justice - January/February 2021

[20] Rural Resilience: The Role of Birth Centers in the United States - [link] with Diana Jolles, Susan Stapleton, Jennifer Wright, Jill Alliman, Kate Bauer, Carla Townsend

Birth - Issues in Perinatal Care - December 2020