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    Economics Associate Research Professor in the Duke Global Health Institute Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Overview Professor Field s major fields of interests are development economics labor economics economic demography and health Specifically her research focuses on the areas of marriage and family property rights global health and finance and entrepreneurship She has received grants from the National Science Foundation Agricultural Technology Adoption Initiative and the Harvard Sustainability Science Program among others She has published work in various journals including the American Economics Journal and the Quarterly Journal of Economics Her research regularly takes her out of the U S and she is currently working on projects that explore adolescent empowerment and education in Bangladesh the effects of microfinance on women and households in South Asia and India and the impacts of access to family planning resources on fertility and health in Zambia Publications Field E Robles O Torero M 2009 Iodine deficiency and schooling attainment in Tanzania American Economic Journal Applied Economics 1 4 140 169 Field E Ambrus A 2008 Early marriage age of menarche and female schooling attainment in Bangladesh Journal of Political Economy 116 5 881 891 Field E Pande R 2008

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    the ways in which the health and social service environment shape the well being of individuals the ways that interactions among family members influence well being and how individuals respond to changes induced by unexpected events Frankenberg has exploited shocks economic crises and natural disasters to observe their influence on human capital and resource investments at the individual household and community level Most recently Frankenberg has examined the impact of the Indian Ocean tsunami on psycho social well being post traumatic stress as a function of exposure to community trauma and the impact of the orphanhood after the tsunami on children s short and longer run well being Research is oriented toward better understanding responses by individuals and policy makers in the aftermath of shocks With collaborators Frankenberg has directed several large scale longitudinal surveys in Indonesia including the Indonesian Family Life Survey and the Study of the Tsunami Aftermath and Recovery funded by grants from NIA and NICHD These surveys integrate innovative measures in satellite imaging and biomarkers with more traditional modes of survey research Publications Thomas D Witoelar F Frankenberg E Sikoki B Strauss J Sumantri C Suriastini W 2012 Cutting the costs of attrition Results from the Indonesia Family Life Survey Journal of Development Economics 98 1 108 123 McKelvey C Thomas D Frankenberg E 2012 Fertility regulation in an economic crisis Economic Development and Cultural Change 61 1 7 38 Frankenberg E Thomas D 2011 Global aging Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences 73 89 Frankenberg E Gillespie T Preston S Sikoki B Thomas D 2011 Mortality the family and the Indian Ocean Tsunami The Economic Journal 121 554 Frankenberg E Buttenheim A Sikoki B Suriastini W 2009 Do Women Increase Their Use of Reproductive Health Care When it Becomes More Available Studies in Family

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    Study of the Tsunami Aftermath and Recovery STAR Overview Elizabeth Frankenberg s research focuses on three thematic areas the ways in which the health and social service environment shape the well being of individuals the ways that interactions among family members influence well being and how individuals respond to changes induced by unexpected events Frankenberg has exploited shocks economic crises and natural disasters to observe their influence on human capital and resource investments at the individual household and community level Most recently Frankenberg has examined the impact of the Indian Ocean tsunami on psycho social well being post traumatic stress as a function of exposure to community trauma and the impact of the orphanhood after the tsunami on children s short and longer run well being Research is oriented toward better understanding responses by individuals and policy makers in the aftermath of shocks With collaborators Frankenberg has directed several large scale longitudinal surveys in Indonesia including the Indonesian Family Life Survey and the Study of the Tsunami Aftermath and Recovery funded by grants from NIA and NICHD These surveys integrate innovative measures in satellite imaging and biomarkers with more traditional modes of survey research Publications Frankenberg E Smith JP Thomas D 2004 Economic Shocks Wealth and Welfare Thomas D Beegle K Frankenberg E Sikoki B Strauss J Teruel G 2004 Education in a crisis Journal of Development Economics 74 1 53 85 Frankenberg E Jones NR 2004 Self rated health and mortality does the relationship extend to a low income setting Journal of health and social behavior 45 4 441 452 Frankenberg E Sikoki B Suriastini W 2003 Contraceptive use in a changing service environment evidence from Indonesia during the economic crisis Studies in Family Planning 34 2 103 116 Frankenberg E Smith JP Thomas D 2003 Economic shocks wealth

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    Elizabeth Frankenberg s research focuses on three thematic areas the ways in which the health and social service environment shape the well being of individuals the ways that interactions among family members influence well being and how individuals respond to changes induced by unexpected events Frankenberg has exploited shocks economic crises and natural disasters to observe their influence on human capital and resource investments at the individual household and community level Most recently Frankenberg has examined the impact of the Indian Ocean tsunami on psycho social well being post traumatic stress as a function of exposure to community trauma and the impact of the orphanhood after the tsunami on children s short and longer run well being Research is oriented toward better understanding responses by individuals and policy makers in the aftermath of shocks With collaborators Frankenberg has directed several large scale longitudinal surveys in Indonesia including the Indonesian Family Life Survey and the Study of the Tsunami Aftermath and Recovery funded by grants from NIA and NICHD These surveys integrate innovative measures in satellite imaging and biomarkers with more traditional modes of survey research Publications Beegle K Frankenberg E Thomas D 2001 Bargaining power within couples and use of prenatal and delivery care in Indonesia Studies in Family Planning 32 2 130 146 Thomas D Frankenberg E Smith JP 2001 Lost but not forgetten Attrition and follow up in the Indonesia family life survey The Journal of human resources 36 3 556 592 Thomas Duncan Frankenberg E Smith JP 2001 Lost but not forgotten Attrition and recall error in Indonesia Journal of Human Resources 36 3 161 193 Frankenberg E Thomas D 2001 Women s health and pregnancy outcomes do services make a difference Demography 38 2 253 265 Frankenberg E Beard V Saputra M 1999 The kindred spirit

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    Child and Family Policy Overview Anna Gassman Pines is an assistant professor of public policy and psychology and neuroscience at Duke University She is also Faculty Affiliate of Duke s Center for Child and Family Policy Gassman Pines received her BA with distinction in Psychology from Yale University and PhD in Community and Developmental Psychology from New York University Her research focuses on low wage work family life and the effects of welfare and employment policy on child and maternal well being in low income families Her research has been supported by grants from the American Psychological Association National Head Start Association and National Institute of Mental Health Publications Gassman Pines A 2011 Low income mothers nighttime and weekend work Daily associations with child behavior mother child interactions and mood Family Relations 60 1 15 29 Gibson Davis CM Gassman Pines A 2010 Early childhood family structure and mother child interactions variation by race and ethnicity Developmental Psychology 46 1 151 164 Yoshikawa H Gassman Pines A Morris PA Gennetian LA Godfrey EB 2010 Racial Ethnic Differences in Effects of Welfare Policies on Early School Readiness and Later Achievement Applied Developmental Science 14 3 137 153 Gassman Pines A Yoshikawa

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    and outcome of mental and physical illness 2 social factors and aging and 3 the organization and delivery of health services I am working on funded research projects in all three areas I have been the principal and co principal investigator of two major epidemiologic studies The first examines social factors and mental illness throughout adulthood The second focuses on social factors related to both physical and mental health among older adults I also am director of the one core of the Clinical Research Center for the study of depression in later life funded by NIMH The focus of my CRC project is the effects of social factors on the course of outcome of geriatric depression In all of these studies tje social factors examined include age gender race urban vs rural residence socioeconomic status social stress and social relationships The major health services project in which I am involved is a randomized trial of outpatient commitment This study is evaluating the extent to which outpatient commitment can increase the odds that the chronically mentally ill will be able to live in the community rather than being subjected to frequent involuntary commitments to state mental hospitals The importance of this project is its potential to demonstrate that outpatient commitment is a less coercive and less expensive form of treatment for the chronically mentally that also improves their quality of life Publications George LK Hu L Sloan FA 2014 The effects of total knee arthroplasty on physical functioning and health among the under age 65 population Value in Health 17 5 605 610 George LK 2013 Age Structures Aging and the Life Course Sloan FA George LK Hu L 2013 Emergency room and inpatient use after cardiac pacemaker implantation American Journal of Cardiology 111 4 563 568 Swaminathan MS 2013 Foreword

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    and the onset course and outcome of mental and physical illness 2 social factors and aging and 3 the organization and delivery of health services I am working on funded research projects in all three areas I have been the principal and co principal investigator of two major epidemiologic studies The first examines social factors and mental illness throughout adulthood The second focuses on social factors related to both physical and mental health among older adults I also am director of the one core of the Clinical Research Center for the study of depression in later life funded by NIMH The focus of my CRC project is the effects of social factors on the course of outcome of geriatric depression In all of these studies tje social factors examined include age gender race urban vs rural residence socioeconomic status social stress and social relationships The major health services project in which I am involved is a randomized trial of outpatient commitment This study is evaluating the extent to which outpatient commitment can increase the odds that the chronically mentally ill will be able to live in the community rather than being subjected to frequent involuntary commitments to state mental hospitals The importance of this project is its potential to demonstrate that outpatient commitment is a less coercive and less expensive form of treatment for the chronically mentally that also improves their quality of life Publications George LK Holzer CE Skinner EA Works J Timbers DM Munson ML 2012 Data Preparation 99 115 Shapiro S Tischler GL Cottler L George LK Amirkhan JH Kessler LG Skinner EA 2012 Health Services Research Questions 191 208 George LK 2012 Life Course Perspectives on Mental Health Zheng H George LK 2012 Rising U S income inequality and the changing gradient of socioeconomic status on

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    Aging Professor with Tenure Overview My research falls into three broad areas 1 social factors and the onset course and outcome of mental and physical illness 2 social factors and aging and 3 the organization and delivery of health services I am working on funded research projects in all three areas I have been the principal and co principal investigator of two major epidemiologic studies The first examines social factors and mental illness throughout adulthood The second focuses on social factors related to both physical and mental health among older adults I also am director of the one core of the Clinical Research Center for the study of depression in later life funded by NIMH The focus of my CRC project is the effects of social factors on the course of outcome of geriatric depression In all of these studies tje social factors examined include age gender race urban vs rural residence socioeconomic status social stress and social relationships The major health services project in which I am involved is a randomized trial of outpatient commitment This study is evaluating the extent to which outpatient commitment can increase the odds that the chronically mentally ill will be able to live in the community rather than being subjected to frequent involuntary commitments to state mental hospitals The importance of this project is its potential to demonstrate that outpatient commitment is a less coercive and less expensive form of treatment for the chronically mentally that also improves their quality of life Publications Zeng Y Gu D George LK 2011 Association of Religious Participation With Mortality Among Chinese Old Adults Research on Aging 33 1 51 83 Dupre ME George LK 2011 Exceptions to the rule Exceptional health among the disadvantaged Research on Aging 33 2 115 144 Binstock RH George LK 2011

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