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Olivia S. Mitchell was interviewed by CNBC about the susceptibility of older Americans to fraud and scammers

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21 December 2018

Mark V. Pauly of the PSC was interviewed on “The Show” on KJZZ Radio about the Affordable Care Act and cost containment. Most cost-containment efforts “don’t even work to slow spending growth at all,” he said.

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14 December 2018

PSC researcher, Olivia S. Mitchell, authored an article in The Hill about retirement security and pensions.

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13 December 2018

Angela Lee Duckworth was interviewed on Choiceology podcast with Katy Milkman about why its so tempting to make short-sighted decisions and how we can exert more self-control.

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06 December 2018

"Killing The Black Body" by PSC Associate, Dorothy Roberts was listed on The Chronicle of Higher Education's list of influential books for the past 20 years.

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30 November 2018

PARC Associate Jason Karlawish said that banks notifying health-care professionals when older clients show signs of decline would help doctors make diagnoses and better protect account holders in a Wall Street Journal article.

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30 November 2018

Research by Herbert L. Smith, Linda H. Aiken, and Matthew D. McHugh has been quoted in a The Nation article about patient-to-staff ratios in a hospital and how it could help save lives.

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20 November 2018

PSC researcher, Mark V. Pauly, and co-authors have published a research brief with the Penn Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (Penn LDI) about the reduction of postacute care and cost.

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19 November 2018

John Q. Trojanowski of PARC spoke about the role that amyloid and tau may play in the development of Alzheimer’s disease and possible treatments in a Philadelphia Inquirer article. “What we need is combination therapy,” he said.

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11 November 2018

Research by Rachel M. Werner and co-authors was mentioned in a Vox article about healthcare policies and health insurance

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09 November 2018

Linda H. Aiken, Matthew D. McHugh and co-authors have authored a study in Health Affairs describing slow progress and uneven application in efforts to reduce medical errors. “Improving work environments through organization and culture change is a comparatively low-cost intervention to improve quality of care and patient safety,” says Aiken. More »

09 November 2018

Daniel Aldana Cohen wrote an article in The Nation the media's poor coverage of the recently published UN climate report

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08 November 2018

Sarah Tishkoff’s recent presentation at the American Society of Human Genetics meeting emphasized the important of engaging with diverse communities when studying genetics was mentioned in Forbes.

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31 October 2018

Research by Olivia S. Mitchell and co-authors was quoted in a PBS Newshour article about investing one's winnings from the lottery

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28 October 2018

Dirk Krueger, Professor of Economics and PSC researcher, has been appointed Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Social Sciences in a Penn Almanac article. Krueger is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, a research fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, and of Netspar, in Tilburg, Netherlands, and currently serves as managing editor of the Review of Economic Studies. At Penn, Dr. More »

26 October 2018

Richard Hodes, Director of the National Institute on Aging, announced the FY 2019 budget in a recent blog post titled "We have a budget for FY 2019!" Check out other More »

26 October 2018

PSC researcher, Hans-Peter Kohler, was quoted in a Washington Post article about his work on fertility, birthrates, and the shift in US birthrates among teens and young adults.


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25 October 2018

G. Adriana Perez, PARC researcher, interviewed by the scientific journal Nurse Leader about her career path and her vision for the nursing profession.

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22 October 2018

Kevin G. Volpp, Executive Director of Penn's Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics (CHIBE), announced that Penn Nursing's Alison M. Buttenheim would become Interim Director of CHIBE when he goes on sabbatical in January. More »

22 October 2018

Kevin G. Volpp of PSC & PARC offered commentary on the “universal challenge” of dieting. “People generally speaking are much more successful in achieving initial weight loss than maintaining weight loss,” he said in a CNBC interview.

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20 October 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell, PSC researcher and Wharton professor, was cited in this Wall Street Journal on the problem of tapping into one's 401(k) savings before retirement.

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19 October 2018

PSC researcher, Atheendar Venkataramani, has just been announced as a speaker at next year's SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.

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18 October 2018

Four professors are joining the elite ranks of the National Academy of Medicine, elected for their “accomplishments and contributions to the advancement of the medical sciences, health care, and public health.” The new members are the Perelman School of Medicine’s Susan Domchek and Marie Celeste Simon, as well as More »

17 October 2018

Angela Lee Duckworth was interviewed on Larry Rifkin on his American Trends podcast on her book "GRIT: The Power of Passion and Perseverance".  

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15 October 2018

In a Wednesday evening campus event, UCLA’s Kimberlé Crenshaw, PSC researcher Dorothy Roberts, and Brandeis University’s Anita Hill looked at the recent Supreme Court confirmation hearings, comparing them to the 1991 Clarence Thomas confirmation process. Hill called the Brett Kavanaugh hearings “a disservice to the American public.” Read more on Penn Today.

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15 October 2018

PSC researcher, Kevin G. Volpp was among the speakers for The Perelman School of Medicine’s Nudge Unit, Center for Health Care Innovation, and Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics co-sponsored first national “Nudge Units in Health Care Symposium,” where health care leaders from the U.S. and Canada unanimously agreed that Penn is well positioned to use behavioral science for creating better patient outcomes.

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09 October 2018

Angela Lee Duckworth's book, “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.”, was quoted in a Forbes article.

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09 October 2018

Some worry that recent Medicaid expansions exacerbate prescription-painkiller abuse, but a new study led by PSC researcher Atheendar Venkataramani of the Perelman School of Medicine suggests that Medicaid expansions actually have the opposite effect. By increasing access to treatment, Medicaid coverage reduces opioid abuse. More »

08 October 2018

New research from PSC ressearcher, Olivia S. Mitchell, a Wharton professor of business economics and public policy, attempts to answer these questions. The paper, “Evaluating Lump Sum Incentives for Delayed Social Security Claiming,” was co-authored with Raimond Maurer, a finance professor at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. More »

05 October 2018

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Kulkarni, Veena, Vani Kulkarni, and Raghav Gaiha. 2018. "Aging, Disability and Disease in India." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2018-21.

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05 October 2018

PARC Associate, Jason Karlawish was quoted in an Opera Philadelphia blog post about art and its influence on alzheimers patients. 

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30 September 2018

Penn's top behavioral scientists are getting closer to discovering how to make lasting positive change in people's lives. In September, the Behavior Change for Good Initiative received a $2 million donation from 1983 Wharton graduate Marc J. Leder. More »

29 September 2018

PSC researchers, David S. Mandell and Kevin G. Volpp, took part in a two day retreat convened by the University of Pennsylvania ALACRITY project and National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)-funded study of how behavioral economics principles might be applied to mental health services. More about this retreat can be found at Penn LDI News.

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28 September 2018

PSC researcher, Linda H. Aiken, gave remarks at the celebration of the end of the five-state Graduate Nursing Education.

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28 September 2018

Dorothy Roberts was interviewed on Rewire.News about the effects of drug use during pregnancy leading to felonies.

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28 September 2018

Just in case you missed the PSC's first 2018 Colloquium presentation by David Bravo (PSC & PARC Affiliiate) you can watch the PSC/PARC Spanish Colloquium where he discusses "The Quality of Life of Older Adults in Chile" ("Calidad de Vida de los Adultos Mayores en Chile"). Down More »

14 September 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell and co-authors have published a new book titled How Persistent Low Returns Will Shape Saving and RetirementFinancial market developments over the past decade have undermined what was once thought to be conventional wisdom about saving, investment, and retirement spending. More »

14 September 2018

In a recent edition of The Nation, a prominent Malawi newspaper, Chiwoza Bandawe wrote about the Mental Health of Malawi's Mature Adults and the Malawi Longitudinal Study of Families and Health research project, headed by More »

14 September 2018

Mark V. Pauly is quoted in a Philadelphia Inquirer and Penn LDI Health Policy$ense on rising drug prices in the pharmaceutical industry.

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13 September 2018

PSC Associate, Angela Lee Duckworth, was interview on Think Act Be podcast on her work on Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.

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13 September 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell was interviewed in a Wall Street Journal about global pension funds that are being invested less in equities and bonds and more in private equity, infrastructure, and emerging markets.

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08 September 2018

PSC researcher, Angela Lee Duckworth, was interviewed about habits and practices for building grit on Next Year Now podcast.

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08 September 2018

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Yadav, Pratima, Vani Kulkarni, and Raghav Gaiha. 2018. "Growing Burden of Non-Communicable Diseases in India." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2018-20.

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30 August 2018

PSC researcher, Angela Lee Duckworth, was quoted in Forbes about her book "Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance"

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30 August 2018

PSC researcher, Olivia S. Mitchell, spoke about $4.4 trillion public sector pension shortfall on Knowledge@Wharton's podcast.

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23 August 2018

PSC researcher, Angela Lee Duckworth, was interviewed on CBS This Morning about her bestselling book " Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance."

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22 August 2018

Daniel E. Polsky, PSC & PARC Associate, co-authored a report for LDi's Health Policy$ense comparing Medicaid to employer-sponsored plans.

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13 August 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about the increase in bankrupcy filings among older Americans.

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09 August 2018

Jason Karlawish wrote an article in Forbes about how Bill Gates could alter the treatment of alzheimers.

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09 August 2018

Tukufu Zuberi discussed Mandela’s legacy and his continuing impact today with Penn TodayIt has been 100 years since the birth of Nelson Mandela, elected as South Africa’s first black president after being imprisoned by the apartheid government for nearly three decades. More »

07 August 2018

New The Conversion article, Quartz article, and Bloomberg Businessweek report reinforces Olivia Mitchell and co-author’s findings, that Global Financial Literacy are low, with implications for retire More »

02 August 2018

Jason Karlawish was quoted in a PEW Stateline article on his views on voting among older Americans.

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02 August 2018

Jason Karlawish was mentioned in a Philadelphia Inquiry article on the importance of dementia patients having "knowledgeable informants".

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02 August 2018

Jason Karlawish was mentioned in a Wall Street Journal article about drugs for alzheimer's patients.

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02 August 2018

Jason Karlawish wrote an article for AARP on the symptoms of dementia.

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01 August 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell was interviewed by the Journal of the Eonomics of Aging on "Financing Longevity". 

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30 July 2018

PARC Associate, Sarah Tishkoff, was quoted in a Newsweek article about the abscence of african genes in genetics resarch.

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30 July 2018

PARC Associate Jason Karlawish discussed the ethical imperative to help nursing-home residents vote in elections in a Huffington Post article. Karlawish proposed that mobile voting could improve participation.

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30 July 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell spoke at Centre for Research on the Economics of Ageing (CREA) at Singapore Management University (SMU)'s Lee Kong Chian School of Business' roundtable on ageing and financial preparedness in Singapore.

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30 July 2018

Linda H. Aiken was mentioned in a WHYY article about the training of nurse practitioners.

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20 July 2018

PSC researcher Dorothy Roberts was interviewed on MSNBC about overturning Roe vs. Wade.

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20 July 2018

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Furstenberg, Frank 2018. "American Kinship Reconsidered." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2018-19.

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19 July 2018

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Pandey, Manoj, Vani Kulkarni, and Raghav Gaiha. 2018. "Aging, Depression, Non-Communicable Diseases and Disabilities in South Africa." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2018-18.

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19 July 2018

John MacDonaldEmilio ParradoChenoa Flippen, and Kristen Harknett are among several researchers featured in a new Penn Today article about the city of Philadelphia as a lab, classroom, and collaborator

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18 July 2018

PSC researcher Olivia Mitchell and co-authors have published their research in the America Economic Association on the issue of debt in older Americans. More »

18 July 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell was mentioned in The Washington Times article about the U.S. Supreme Court decision on the unionization of government workers.

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18 July 2018

Daniel E. Polsky and co-authors have published a new article in Health Affairs about healthcare affordability. 

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17 July 2018

PSC researcher, Linda H. Aiken, was interviewed by the Patient Safety Network (PSNET) about nursing outcomes and investing in nursing.

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17 July 2018

LInda Aiken and co-authors have published a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine calling for the mordernization in the way Medicare pays for training nurses and highlighting a successful new model of cost-effectively training more advanced practice nurses to practice community-based primary care (Penn Nursing News).

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27 June 2018

Kevin Volpp interviews Karen DeSalvo for NEJM Catalyst podcast about public health. Listen to part one and part two of this interview.

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26 June 2018

Alison Buttenheim and co-researchers' study on the Philadelphia community's use of the Free Library staff as de facto social workers and community health specialists in preparation for an opiod overdose, was mentioned in Penn Medicine News.

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11 June 2018

Joseph Kable and co-authors have published an article in the Journal of Neuroscience about choices adolescents make in relation to brain development.

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08 June 2018

Dorothy Roberts was interviewed on The Dig podcast about rascism and poverty policing that pervades the child protection system.

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07 June 2018

Jason Karlawish published an article in Forbes on preventing financial fraud in older adults.

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07 June 2018

PARC research associate, Jason Karlawish, has published a new article in Forbes about how bio-age will transform how we think of ourselves and the ways we ought to live.

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07 June 2018

Jere Behrman and co-authors just published their study in Demographic Research on adults supporting child development economically, socially, and emotionally.

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05 June 2018

PSC research associate, Olivia Mitchell, wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal about financial fraud on older people. 

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05 June 2018

Olivia Mitchell and co-authors' research, "Borrowing from the Future: 401(k) Plan Loans and Loan Defaults," was quoted in a Nasdaq article on 401(k) loans

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05 June 2018

Olivia Mitchell was interviewed by Marketplace about tech companies may encourage people to invest in retirement accounts.

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05 June 2018

Olivia Mitchell was interviewed on The Street podcast about retirement systems

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05 June 2018

Olivia Mitchell's article, "Simplifying Choices in Defined Contribution Retirement Plan Design," was quoted in a Forbes article about investments and saving for the future.

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04 June 2018

PSC research associate Olivia Mitchell was mentioned in an Associated Press (AP) about pension benefit plans.

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04 June 2018

Olivia S. Mitchell was interviewed by The Street about the disruption caused by technology when it comes to retirement investing.

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01 June 2018

Caroline Hartnett, GGD alumna and Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of South Carolina, recently penned an article in The Conversation about fertility in the US and it's current and past significance.

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31 May 2018

Wharton's Katherine Milkman and Penn's Angela Duckworth discuss the Behavior Change for Good Initiative on the Knowledge@Wharton podcast.

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31 May 2018

Kevin Volpp and co-author have published a report on patient engagement in NEJM Catalyst.

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31 May 2018

Congratulations to PSC research associate Courtney Boen for being awarded the best dissertation award from the ASA Section on Mental Health for her dissertation “Inequality ‘Under the Skin’: Stress & the Biodemography of Racial Health Disparities Across the Life Course.”

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31 May 2018

Kevin Volpp and co-authors have published an article in the New England Journal of Medicine on the use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) to promote the cessation of smoking. More »

31 May 2018

Latinos face a growing caregiver shortage, especially as the number living with Alzheimer’s is on the rise. G. Adriana Perez (left) of the School of Nursing examined the potential of the CARE Act to positively affect Latino older adults by helping their caregivers manage the transition from hospital to home. More »

31 May 2018

PhillyVoice recently featured Sam Preston's work on obesity, mortality rates, and life expectancy. 

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31 May 2018

Dorothy Roberts was quoted in Inside Higher Ed discussing the issues with black motherhood and academia and its regulations.

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31 May 2018

New Penn LDI research brief provides an excellent synopsis of Kevin Volpp and co-authors' study on smoking cessation, financial incentives and e-cigarettes.

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31 May 2018

Samuel Preston spoke with Penn Today about mortality rates, obesity, and life expectancy. 

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31 May 2018

PSC research associate Emilio Parrado was interviewed on WBUR 90.9 on the shifting attitudes in motherhood and its effects on U.S. birth rate.

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30 May 2018

PSC Researcher Kevin Volpp is mention in a Philadelphia Inquirer article on the cost of health care and the decisions made by patients.

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25 May 2018

Congratulations to PARC Researcher Rachel Werner, on earning the 2018 Excellence in Teaching Award for her work in the Master of Science in Health Policy (MSHP) program.

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25 May 2018

Congratulations to PSC Researcher Kevin Volpp on his appointment as Penn's inaugural Founders President's Distinguished Professor!

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25 May 2018

Kevin Volpp and co-author have published an article in The New England Journal of Medicine about preventive interventions in the treatment of diabetes.

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24 May 2018

Hans-Peter Kohler of the School of Arts and Sciences is interviewed on PBS Newshour on the downward trend in the birthrate despite improved economic conditions. More »

21 May 2018

Mark Pauly of the Wharton School argued in a Philly Inquirer article for compromise over Medicaid redesign. Although work requirements are controversial, according to Pauly their implementation may persuade lawmakers to expand health coverage to the bulk of non-disabled poor working adults. 

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21 May 2018

Politics and Demography Francesco Billari, Professor of Demography at Bocconi University and PSC Research Affiliate, examines the changing demography of Turkey under the Ergodan administration. Read the article here.

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20 May 2018

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Ashraf, Nava; Natalie Bau; Corinne Low; and Kathleen McGinn (2018). “Negotiating a Better Future: How Interpersonal Skills Facilitate Inter-generational Investment.” University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC) WP2018-17.

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02 May 2018

Jordan Weiss was awarded an internship with the National Institute on Aging's Laboratory of Epidemiology & Population Science as part of the Summer Trainee in Aging Research Program. Jordan will expand on his current work in biodemography and epidemiology, and focus on concepts related to frailty and life course determinants of cognitive aging. Jordan was also recently awarded the President Gutmann Leadership Award.

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02 May 2018

Kevin Volpp and co-authors have published a new article on health care expenditure and life expectancy in the United States in Jama Cardiology. Read more here.

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02 May 2018

PARC Associate, Jason Karlawish, wrote an article in Forbes about the treatment of Alzheimers.

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30 April 2018

PARC Associate, Jason Karlawish was quoted in a Healthline article about new causes of dementia.

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30 April 2018

Daniel Cohen was mentioned in a Zilient article about greening urban spaces. Read more here.

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27 April 2018

Courtney Boen received a pilot award from Penn Institute on Aging for her project on Psychosocial Stress Exposure, Biological Functioning, and Cognitive Change across the Life Course. Check out the list of awardees here.

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27 April 2018

PSC Associate Olivia S. Mitchell was quoted in a Knowledge@Wharton article about paid familyleave.

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16 April 2018

Mark Pauly and fellow Penn professors have published a book titled "Managing Discovery in the Life Sciences: Harnessing Creativity to Drive Biomedical Innovation,” which explores importing both scientific knowledge and business acumen for launching scientific discovery into a billion dollar market. More »

10 April 2018

Joseph Kable and his co-authors' research on risk tolerance linked to amygdala and prefrontal cortex brain regions has just been published in Neuron, Forbes and More »

06 April 2018

New Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC): Pesando, Luca Maria and Alejandra Abufhele (2018). "Household Determinants of Teen Marriage and Childbearing: Sister Effects Across Four Low- and Middle-Income Countries." University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC) WP2018-16.

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02 April 2018

Jason Karlawish is mentioned in a Washington Post article about informing alzheimer patients of their mental state due to the disease. He says, "the default is the truth and that the mere fact that the truth may be painful isn’t sufficient to avoid it".

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22 March 2018

Linda Aiken wrote an article in NHS England about a safe workforce for maximizing patient outcomes.

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14 March 2018

A Next City article mentions study by John MacDonald of the School of Arts and Sciences and others pointing to the value of reviving vacant and abandoned city lots. More »

08 March 2018

Researchers Mark V. Pauly and Kevin G. Volpp have publish an article in MarketWatch about the effects of proposed government budget cuts to Medicare on healthcare.

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05 March 2018

A study by Samuel Preston and Irma Elo uses nationally representative data to estimate the mortality hazards associated with diabetes, combining those hazards with the prevalence of diabetes to estimate the fraction of deaths attributable to diabetes and its effect on life expectancy. Evaluating the impact of diabetes on age-specific mortality may be salient in identifying the effect of rising obesity levels on US mortality and its contribution to racial/ethnic mortality disparities. More »

27 February 2018

Olivia Mitchell wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal about making financial decisions and planning for the future. Her article was also cited in a Wealth Professionals article.

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18 February 2018

LDI Senior Fellows Douglas Wiebe and Mitesh Patel of the Perelman School of Medicine and Hans-Peter Kohler of the School of Arts and Sciences are using pilot grants to test concepts ranging from the support of Philadelphia's effort to launch the first safe injection site to the effect of survival perceptions on HIV patients and the change of physician behavior. More »

13 February 2018

Mark Pauly is mentioned in a Knowledge@Wharton article discussing the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase health care alliance.

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13 February 2018

The Knowledge@Wharton show on SiriusXM channel 111 recently invited Janice Bellace, Wharton professor of legal studies and business ethics; Janice Madden, professor of regional science and sociology at the University of Pennsylvania and a real estate professor at Wharton; and Thorgerdur Einarsdottir, professor of gend More »

13 February 2018

Global Family Change: Persistent Diversity with Development, authored by Luca Maria Pesando, Andrés Castro, Hans-Peter Kohler, Frank Furstenberg and other international collaborators, was posted today in the PSC Working Paper Series. Read the abstract and paper here.

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07 February 2018

Many scholars, like many moms, believe that baby fat exists to keep infants warm. More »

05 February 2018

Last week Penn's Institute on Aging and the Population Aging Research Center co-hosted Dr. Anne Newman as a part of the Visiting Scholars Series. The talk, titled What does it take to live a long and healthy life, covered several variables that impact the stages of aging and living healthy later in life. Irma T. Elo also participated in discussion about U.S. More »

31 January 2018

During the past 20 years, Hans-Peter Kohler of the School of Arts and Sciences has investigated how social, epidemiological and demographic factors affect people in Malawi. His is a rare example of a longitudinal study focused on a population in a low-income nation that has had to confront stressors like famine and AIDS. More »

31 January 2018

Jason Karlawish authored an article in Forbes about health and wealth, or as he calls it "whealthcare".

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30 January 2018

Onoso Imoagene of the School of Arts and Sciences is quoted in a New York Times article on the expectation of success for the children of African migrants. Read article here.

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26 January 2018

Research led by professor Samuel Preston and Penn alum Andrew Stokes of the School of Arts and Sciences measured the impact of rising obesity on mortality rates in the United States, based on the maximum body mass index of individuals between 1988 and 2011. They found that the obesity epidemic is to blame for preventing the U.S. More »

25 January 2018

The end of the individual mandate requiring Americans to purchase insurance looms large, but it’s not the only administrative change that the health care sector will see in the coming year, according to Mark Pauly. He and Robert Field looked at the future of Medicare, drug prices and health care job prospects on Knowledge@Wharton. More »

23 January 2018

Richard Berk of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for developing a probation and parole risk-assessment tool for Philadelphia. Read article here.

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23 January 2018

Daniel Aldana Cohen published a paper, "Climate Justice and the Right to the City" with the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, Penn Institute for Urban Research, and Perry World House. In his article, Cohen discusses the overlap between climate justice and the "right to the city" agenda.

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23 January 2018

Patient satisfaction is closely linked to the number of nurses on wards, according to a study led by Linda Aiken of the School of Nursing, published in the journal BMJ Open. More »

23 January 2018

Pictured above from left to right: Jeffrey Lin, Iourii Manovskii, Mallick Hossain, and Keith Sill. More »

11 January 2018

Americans are more likely than ever before to enter retirement carrying debt, which leaves them vulnerable to rising interest rates. Olivia Mitchell emphasizes the importance of the housing market and easier mortgage products as factors in driving this debt increase in older households. Read the column and her study here

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04 January 2018

Before winter break Michel Guillot assembled a team of experts to meet about the newly funded NICHD research project Global Age Patterns of Under 5 Mortality. More »

04 January 2018