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    KG Stallard E 1982 Temporal trends in U S multiple cause of death mortality data 1968 to 1977 Demography 19 4 527 547 Manton KG Stallard E 1982 The use of mortality time series data to produce hypothetical morbidity distributions and projects mortality trends Demography 19 2 223 240 Woodbury MA Manton KG Stallard E 1981 A dynamic analysis of chronic disease development a study of sex specific changes in coronary heart disease incidence and risk factors in Framingham International Journal of Epidemiology 10 4 355 366 Manton KG Woodbury MA Stallard E 1981 A variance components approach to categorical data models with heterogeneous cell populations analysis of spatial gradients in lung cancer mortality rates in North Carolina counties Biometrics 37 2 259 269 Woodbury MA Manton KG Stallard E 1981 Longitudinal models for chronic disease risk an evaluation of logistic multiple regression and alternatives International Journal of Epidemiology 10 2 187 197 Manton KG Stallard E Vaupel JW 1981 Methods for comparing the mortality experience of heterogeneous populations Demography 18 3 389 410 Manton KG Stallard E 1981 Methods for evaluating the heterogeneity of aging processes in human populations using vital statistics data explaining the black white mortality crossover

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    Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home People People People jessi streib duke edu Courses PSY 490S Research Seminar Special Topics SOCIOL 890 SPECIAL READINGS SOCIOL 350 The Changing American Family SOCIOL 393 Research Independent Study previous 2 of 2 Scholars Duke https scholars duke edu individual per4062302 Jessi Sametz Streib Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Overview My research

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    Ocean tsunami on a broad array of indicators of well being are explored to identify the behaviors and coping mechanisms that are most effective in the aftermath of a devastating disaster Thomas has invested heavily in the design and implementation of large scale population based longitudinal surveys that contribute to the information infrastructure for scientific research This includes co directing waves of the Indonesia Family Life Survey IFLS and Mexican Family Life Survey MxFLS His work has emphasized measurement of health using biomarkers innovative measurement of economic status and preferences and the importance of minimizing attrition in longitudinal surveys This includes following migrants who were interviewed in Mexico and have subsequently been interviewed in both the U S and Mexico to better understand the causes and consequences of international migration Thomas research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation Hewlett Foundation MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank His work has been published in such journals as the American Economic Review Journal of Political Economy Economic Journal Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Demography Population Studies and the American Journal of Public Health He was elected Vice President of the Population Association of America and has served on its Board of Directors He is an elected Fellow of the Bureau for Research on the Economic Analysis of Development BREAD and has served as its President He directs the Development Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research He has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors at the National Center for Health Statistics and on the Committee on Population at the National Academy of Sciences He has been a co editor of the Journal of Development Economics the Journal of Human Resources and Economic Development and Cultural Change He is on the editorial board of the

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    well being are explored to identify the behaviors and coping mechanisms that are most effective in the aftermath of a devastating disaster Thomas has invested heavily in the design and implementation of large scale population based longitudinal surveys that contribute to the information infrastructure for scientific research This includes co directing waves of the Indonesia Family Life Survey IFLS and Mexican Family Life Survey MxFLS His work has emphasized measurement of health using biomarkers innovative measurement of economic status and preferences and the importance of minimizing attrition in longitudinal surveys This includes following migrants who were interviewed in Mexico and have subsequently been interviewed in both the U S and Mexico to better understand the causes and consequences of international migration Thomas research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation Hewlett Foundation MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank His work has been published in such journals as the American Economic Review Journal of Political Economy Economic Journal Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Demography Population Studies and the American Journal of Public Health He was elected Vice President of the Population Association of America and has served on its Board of Directors He is an elected Fellow of the Bureau for Research on the Economic Analysis of Development BREAD and has served as its President He directs the Development Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research He has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors at the National Center for Health Statistics and on the Committee on Population at the National Academy of Sciences He has been a co editor of the Journal of Development Economics the Journal of Human Resources and Economic Development and Cultural Change He is on the editorial board of the American Economic Journal Applied Economics and the Economics of

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    The immediate and longer term impact of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on a broad array of indicators of well being are explored to identify the behaviors and coping mechanisms that are most effective in the aftermath of a devastating disaster Thomas has invested heavily in the design and implementation of large scale population based longitudinal surveys that contribute to the information infrastructure for scientific research This includes co directing waves of the Indonesia Family Life Survey IFLS and Mexican Family Life Survey MxFLS His work has emphasized measurement of health using biomarkers innovative measurement of economic status and preferences and the importance of minimizing attrition in longitudinal surveys This includes following migrants who were interviewed in Mexico and have subsequently been interviewed in both the U S and Mexico to better understand the causes and consequences of international migration Thomas research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation Hewlett Foundation MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank His work has been published in such journals as the American Economic Review Journal of Political Economy Economic Journal Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Demography Population Studies and the American Journal of Public Health He was elected Vice President of the Population Association of America and has served on its Board of Directors He is an elected Fellow of the Bureau for Research on the Economic Analysis of Development BREAD and has served as its President He directs the Development Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research He has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors at the National Center for Health Statistics and on the Committee on Population at the National Academy of Sciences He has been a co editor of the Journal of Development Economics the Journal of Human Resources and Economic Development and

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    impact of unanticipated financial shocks in Indonesia Russia and the United States on health and well being The immediate and longer term impact of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on a broad array of indicators of well being are explored to identify the behaviors and coping mechanisms that are most effective in the aftermath of a devastating disaster Thomas has invested heavily in the design and implementation of large scale population based longitudinal surveys that contribute to the information infrastructure for scientific research This includes co directing waves of the Indonesia Family Life Survey IFLS and Mexican Family Life Survey MxFLS His work has emphasized measurement of health using biomarkers innovative measurement of economic status and preferences and the importance of minimizing attrition in longitudinal surveys This includes following migrants who were interviewed in Mexico and have subsequently been interviewed in both the U S and Mexico to better understand the causes and consequences of international migration Thomas research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation Hewlett Foundation MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank His work has been published in such journals as the American Economic Review Journal of Political Economy Economic Journal Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Demography Population Studies and the American Journal of Public Health He was elected Vice President of the Population Association of America and has served on its Board of Directors He is an elected Fellow of the Bureau for Research on the Economic Analysis of Development BREAD and has served as its President He directs the Development Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research He has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors at the National Center for Health Statistics and on the Committee on Population at the National Academy of Sciences He has been a

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    longer term impact of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on a broad array of indicators of well being are explored to identify the behaviors and coping mechanisms that are most effective in the aftermath of a devastating disaster Thomas has invested heavily in the design and implementation of large scale population based longitudinal surveys that contribute to the information infrastructure for scientific research This includes co directing waves of the Indonesia Family Life Survey IFLS and Mexican Family Life Survey MxFLS His work has emphasized measurement of health using biomarkers innovative measurement of economic status and preferences and the importance of minimizing attrition in longitudinal surveys This includes following migrants who were interviewed in Mexico and have subsequently been interviewed in both the U S and Mexico to better understand the causes and consequences of international migration Thomas research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation Hewlett Foundation MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank His work has been published in such journals as the American Economic Review Journal of Political Economy Economic Journal Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Demography Population Studies and the American Journal of Public Health He was elected Vice President of the Population Association of America and has served on its Board of Directors He is an elected Fellow of the Bureau for Research on the Economic Analysis of Development BREAD and has served as its President He directs the Development Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research He has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors at the National Center for Health Statistics and on the Committee on Population at the National Academy of Sciences He has been a co editor of the Journal of Development Economics the Journal of Human Resources and Economic Development and Cultural Change He

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    people are richer is a theme that runs through much of his research He implemented a large scale randomized intervention in Indonesia and established the causal impact of poor nutrition on economic prosperity among adults Related research examines the impact of unanticipated financial shocks in Indonesia Russia and the United States on health and well being The immediate and longer term impact of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on a broad array of indicators of well being are explored to identify the behaviors and coping mechanisms that are most effective in the aftermath of a devastating disaster Thomas has invested heavily in the design and implementation of large scale population based longitudinal surveys that contribute to the information infrastructure for scientific research This includes co directing waves of the Indonesia Family Life Survey IFLS and Mexican Family Life Survey MxFLS His work has emphasized measurement of health using biomarkers innovative measurement of economic status and preferences and the importance of minimizing attrition in longitudinal surveys This includes following migrants who were interviewed in Mexico and have subsequently been interviewed in both the U S and Mexico to better understand the causes and consequences of international migration Thomas research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation Hewlett Foundation MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank His work has been published in such journals as the American Economic Review Journal of Political Economy Economic Journal Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Demography Population Studies and the American Journal of Public Health He was elected Vice President of the Population Association of America and has served on its Board of Directors He is an elected Fellow of the Bureau for Research on the Economic Analysis of Development BREAD and has served as its President He directs the Development Program

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