Session 36:
Economic Status and Health Over the Life Course

Thursday, May 9
1:30 PM - 3:20 PM
2nd Floor

Chair: Raynard S. Kington, National Institutes of Health

  1. Mother's Education and Infant Mortality Rates in the United States: Why Are There Black-White Differences?Jacob Adetunji, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

  2. Socioeconomic Differentials in Health and Mortality in Mid-Life: Cause or Effect?Michael Hurd, RAND

  3. The Impact of Chronic Financial Strain on the Health Status of Older AdultsJoan R. Kahn, University of Maryland; Leonard I. Pearlin, University of Maryland

  4. Racial Disparities in Men's Mortality: The Role of Childhood Social Conditions in a Process of Cumulative DisadvantageDavid F. Warner, Pennsylvania State University; Mark D. Hayward, Pennsylvania State University

  5. Job Characteristics as Mechanisms in SES-Health RelationshipsJohn R. Warren, University of Washington; Pascale Carayon, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Peter Honnakker, University of Wisconsin at Madison

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