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Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Discusses contrasting demographic trends in China and India through 2025 and what these imply for each country's economic performance.
Aug 22, 2011
The good health habits of adolescent Asian immigrants improve with each generation born in the United States, but health habits among adolescent Latino immigrants generally remain poor or become worse in succeeding generations.
Jan 31, 2007
Implementing a correction for misreporting makes Medicare data useful for all ethnic groups.
Dec 31, 2002
Governments in much of Asia must grapple on the one hand with the unfinished agenda of communicable diseases and on the other with the new agenda of noncommunicable ones in an aging population.
Dec 31, 1999
Survey of a sample of 70 Japanese American adults and survey of a sample of members of Japanese American Community Centers in the greater LA area.
Gender and socioeconomic status are more significant factors than ethnicity in determining risk for depressive disorder.
Studies need to clarify why Asians were more vulnerable to access problems examined than other ethnic groups that might experience similar barriers.
This article describes the sexual behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes of Asian and Pacific Islander California high school students and compares them to other racial/ethnic groups.
Dec 31, 1997
This paper reviews the use of surname analysis for identifying persons of Hispanic or Asian origin, based on surnames distinctive of each group.
Dec 31, 1992
Education Ph.D. in family economics, Ohio State University
Senior Global Policy Analyst
Education MBA in finance, economics, and business public policy, University of Rochester; BS in liberal arts, Syracuse University