Monday, Dec 9
Sharon Kardia: Genomics in the Health & Retirement Study
Research Professor Emeritus, Population Studies Center.
Professor Emeritus, Sociology.
Ph.D., Princeton University
Dr. Hermalin is currently involved in studying older age mortality and health in Asia. He has also done extensive research on fertility using multi-level analysis.
Hermalin, Albert, and Deborah Lowry. 2012. "The Decline of Smoking Among Female Birth Cohorts in China in the 20th Century: A Case of Arrested Diffusion?" Population Research and Policy Review, 31(4): 545-570. PMCID: PMC3419480. DOI. Abstract.
Hermalin, Albert, Mary Beth Ofstedal, Cathy Sun, and I-Wen Liu. 2009. "Nativity differentials in older age mortality in Taiwan: Do they exist and why?" Journal of Population Studies, (39): 1-58. PMCID: PMC3163851. Abstract. Public Access.
Hermalin, Albert. 2007. "COMMENTARY -- Using our data resources efficiently." Asian Population Studies, 3(3): 183-185.
Ofstedal, Mary Beth, Zachary Zimmer, Albert Hermalin, Angelique Chang, Yi-Li Chuang, Josefina Natividad, and Zhe Tang. 2007. "Short-term Trends in Functional Limitation and Disability Among Older Asians: A Comparison of Five Asian Settings." Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 22(3): 243-261. DOI. Abstract.
Hermalin, Albert, Mary Beth Ofstedal, and Rebecca Tesfai. 2007. "Future Characteristics of the Elderly in Developing Countries and Their Implications for Policy." Asian Population Studies, 3(1): 5-36. DOI.
Hermalin, Albert, Mary Beth Ofstedal, Cathy Sun, and I-Wen Liu. 2007. "Nativity Differentials in Older Age Mortality in Taiwan: Do They Exist and Why?" Elderly in Asia Report No. 07-63. May 2007. Abstract. PDF.