Session 170:
Early Life Influences on Health and Mortality

Saturday, April 2
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Coolidge
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Anne Case, Princeton University
Discussant: Analia Olgiati, Harvard University
Discussant: James P. Smith, RAND Corporation

  1. The 1918 U.S. Influenza Pandemic as a Natural Experiment, RevisitedRyan P. Brown, Duke University

  2. Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Mortality in the 20th Century: Evidence from the CarolinasTrevon D. Logan, Ohio State University; John Parman, University of California, Davis

  3. The Importance of Region of Birth and Early Life vs. Current Residence to Health and MortalityScott M. Lynch, Princeton University; J. Scott Brown, Miami University; Miles G. Taylor, Florida State University

  4. Assessing the Intergenerational Effect of Prenatal Exposure to Acute Malnutrition on Infant Mortality: Evidence from the Great Leap Forward Famine in ChinaShige Song, Queens College and CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)

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