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Heather Ann Thompson wins Pulitzer Prize for book on Attica uprising

Lam explores dimensions of the projected 4 billion increase in world population before 2100

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Next Brown Bag

Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Elizabeth Bruch

John Bound - Honors, Media, and Features

Features

Impact of education on longevity during past two decades

Impact of education on longevity during past two decades

Validity of new biomeasures to gauge population health disparities

What factors impact who works in America's S&E labor force?

Health inequality and American politics

Excess mortality in high-poverty areas

Flows into the S & E workforce

Health-related residential mobility

In the News

Hindustan Times points out high value of H-1B visas for US innovation, welfare, and tech firm profits

Bound says US tech industry's claim that it has a shortage of qualified American workers is "hype"

Bound, Geronimus, et al. find estimates of decreasing longevity among low-SES whites sensitive to measures and interpretations

Bound, Geronimus, et al. find estimates of decreasing longevity among low-SES whites sensitive to measures and interpretations

John Bound, Arline Geronimus, et al. find estimates of decreasing longevity among low-SES whites sensitive to measures and interpretations

Bound, Khanna, and Morales find multiple effects of H1-B visas on US tech industry

Impacts of H-1B visas: Lower prices and higher production - or lower wages and higher profits?

Work by Geronimus, Hicken, Keene, and Bound cited in piece on how current politics may impact stress at population level

Rodriguez, Bound, and Geronimus find presidential party and infant mortality linked

Geronimus says findings on health disparities plausible and disturbing

Geronimus, Bound and colleagues find excess mortality among blacks influences key elections

Rodriguez, Geronimus, Bound and Dorling find excess mortality among blacks influences key elections

Bound says notion that foreign college students are displacing U.S. students "isn't right"

Bound and Turner say larger college-age cohorts lead to lower per-student spending and reduced graduation rates

Rodriguez, Bound and Geronimus say infant mortality rates fluctuate by presidential party relative to general downward trend

Bound's work cited in look at how retirement affects health and life expectancy

Bound notes social and health benefits of work-related activity for seniors

Bound says declines in low-skill jobs driving losses in men's labor force participation rates

Bound says disabled shouldn't be blamed for inability to work, need for DI benefits

Bound contributes to page turner for higher ed wonks on globalization and American universities

Bound et al. find time to BA degree a matter of resources rather than preparedness

Bound and Hershbein's work on college admissions competition cited in CHE

Honors & Awards

John Bound named George E. Johnson Collegiate Professor of Economics

John Bound and Frank Stafford elected Fellows of Society of Labor Economists

John Bound awarded fellowship, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 2007-2008

John Bound named Fellow of the Econometric Society

Announcements

Bound presents PAA-sponsored seminar at GAO on data needs for research on immigrant labor and the economy