Session 16:
Life Course Influences on Health and Mortality in International Perspective

Thursday, May 1
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Maine
5th Floor

Discussant: Noreen Goldman, Princeton University
Chair: Steven A. Haas, Pennsylvania State University

  1. A Life Course Approach to Mortality in MexicoJoseph Saenz, University of Texas at Galveston; Rebeca Wong, University of Texas at Galveston

  2. Later Life Mortality Consequences of Co-Residence with Grandparents: Evidence from Northeast China, 1749-1909Xiaolu Zang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  3. Childhood and Adult Socioeconomic Status and Self-Rated Health in KoreaIrma T. Elo, University of Pennsylvania; YeonJin Lee, University of Pennsylvania

  4. The Effects of Maternal Risk Factors on Daughters' Health and Socioeconomic Outcomes in Adulthood: A Pseudo-Cohort Analysis of Demographic and Health Surveys Conducted in 50 Developing Countries, 1986-2012Amy Tsui, Johns Hopkins University; Qingfeng Li, Johns Hopkins University

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