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John GoddeerisProfessor, College of Social Science
Economic issues in health care, including health insurance and government programs
Infant mortality gap, racial disparities in live births
"The Changing Character of the Black-White Infant Mortality Gap, 1983-2004”, American Journal of Public Health 2014, 104(S1):S105-S111 (with Todd E. Elder, Steven J. Haider AND Nigel Paneth).
"A Deadly Disparity: A Unified Assessment of the Black-White Infant Mortality Gap,” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis &Policy 2011, 11(1) (Contributions): Article 33, (with Todd E. Elder and Steven J. Haider).
"Economic Outcomes in Young Adulthood of Extremely Low Birth Weight Survivors,” Pediatrics 2010: 126(5):e1102-8, (lead author, with Saroj Saigal, Michael Boyle, Nigel Paneth, David Streiner and Barbara Stoskopf).
Media CoverageStudying the black-white infant mortality gap
Most low birth weight babies become productive adults