Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Louie, Patricia, Cary Wu, Faraz V. Shahidi, and Arjumand Siddiqi. 2023 “Inflation Hardship,Gender, and Mental Health.” SSM Population Health. Publications, Articles
Lacomba, C. (2023). Hispanic Map of the United States 2022. Estudios del Observatorio / Observatorio Studies, 84, pp. 1–116. Publications, Articles
Rocha Beardall, Theresa. 2021. “Sovereignty Threat: Loreal Tsingine, Policing, and the Intersectionality ofIndigenous Death.” Nevada Law Journal. 21(3):1025-1060. Publications, Articles
Miyake, Daijiro, and Daiki Hiramori. 2021. “Demographic Diversity of the Aromantic/Asexual Spectrum in Japan: Findings from the 2020 Aro/Ace Survey.” Journal of Population Problems 77(2):206-32. In Japanese. Publications, Articles
DeCarsky, R. (2020). Book Review: The Mating Game: How Gender Still Shapes How We Date. Men and Masculinities25(1), 187–189. Publications, Reviews
Hiramori, Daiki, and Saori Kamano. 2020. “Asking about Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Social Surveys in Japan: Findings from the Osaka City Residents’ Survey and Related Preparatory Studies.” Journal of Population Problems 76(4):443-66. Publications, Articles
Leibbrand, Christine. 2019. “Unequal Opportunity? Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Disparities in the Returns to Internal U.S. Migration.” Social Currents. Publications, Articles
Hiramori, Daiki. 2015. “Challenges of Sexual and Gender Minorities in the Workplace: Multivariate Analyses of Income and Willingness to Continue Working." Gender and Sexuality 10:91-118. In Japanese. Publications, Articles
Wheldon, Mark, Adrian E. Raftery, Samuel J. Clark and Patrick Gerland. 2015. "ʺBayesian Reconstruction of Two-Sex Populations by Age: Estimating Sex Ratios at Birth and Sex Ratios of Mortality."ʺ Journal of the Royal Statistical Association, Series A. Publications, Articles
Zagheni E., Zannella M., Movsesyan M., and Wagner B. 2014. A Comparative Analysis of European Time Transfers between Generations and Genders. Springer Publications, Books
Charles Hirschman, Forthcoming. From High School to College: Why Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Immigrant Generation Still Matter. NY: Russell Sage Foundation Press. Publications, Books