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“Interactions Between Mental Health and Socioeconomic Status in the South African National Income Dynamics Study.” 2010. Joint with Cally Ardington. Studies in Economics and Econometrics 34(3): 69-85.1 September 2014 ANNE CATHERINE CASE 367 Wallace Hall Princeton, NJ 08544 (609) 258 2177 http://www.princeton.edu/~accase Education: Ph.D.: Economics Department, Princeton University, 1988 M.P.A.: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Princeton University, 1983 (Qualified with Distinction) B.S.: State University of New York at Albany, 1980 Graduated First in the Class of 1980 Professional Experience: Present Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Economics and Public Affairs Position Department of Economics and Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University Director, Research Program in Development Studies 2010-2012 Associate Chair, Economics Department, Princeton University 2009-2011 Interim Director, Center for Health and Wellbeing, Princeton University 1997- Professor of Economics and Public Affairs Department of Economics and Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University 1991-1997 Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Affairs Department of Economics and Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University 1990-1991 Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Affairs Princeton University 1988-1991 Assistant Professor Department of Economics, Harvard University Research Interests: Microeconomic Foundations of Development Health Economics Public Finance Labor Economics2 Publications: “The Economic Consequences of AIDS Mortality in South Africa.” 2014. Joint with Cally Ardington, Till Barnighausen, and Alicia Menendez. Journal of Development Economics 111: 48-60. “Health Challenges Past and Future.” 2014. Joint with Cally Ardington. The Oxford Companion to the Economics of South Africa, Oxford University Press, Haroon Bhorat, Alan Hirsch, Ravi Kanbur and Mthuli Ncube (editors). “Paying the Piper: The High Cost of Funerals in South Africa.” 2013. Joint with Anu Garrib, Alicia Menendez and Analia Olgiati. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 62(1): 1-20. “HIV Risk and Adolescent Behaviors in Africa.” 2013. Joint with Christina Paxson. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings.103(3):433-38. “The Long Reach of Childhood Health and Circumstance: Evidence from the Whitehall II Study,” 2011. Joint with Christina Paxson. Economic Journal 121: F183-204. “The impact of the AIDS Pandemic on Health Services and Outcomes in Africa: Evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys.” 2011. Joint with Christina Paxson. Demography 48(2): 675-97. “Requiescat in Pace? The Consequences of High Priced Funerals in South Africa.” 2011. Joint with Alicia Menendez. Chapter 11 (pages 351-73) in Explorations in the Economics of Aging, David Wise (ed.) University of Chicago Press. “Causes and Consequences of Early Life Health.” 2010. Joint with Christina Paxson. Demography, Vol. 47, Supplement: S65-S85. “The Impact of AIDS on Intergenerational Support in South Africa: Evidence from the Cape Area Panel Study” 2010. (principal author) Joint with Cally Ardington, Mahnaz Islam, David Lam, Murray Leibbrandt, Alicia Menendez, and Analia Olgiati. Research on Aging 32(1): 97-121. “What’s Past is Prologue: The Impact of Early Life Health and Circumstance on Health in Old Age” 2010. Chapter 8 (pages 211-228) in Research Findings in the Economics of Aging, David Wise (ed.) University of Chicago Press. “Interactions Between Mental Health and Socioeconomic Status in the South African National Income Dynamics Study.” 2010. Joint with Cally Ardington. Studies in Economics and Econometrics 34(3): 69-85. “Sex Differences in Obesity Rates in Poor Countries: Evidence from South Africa.” 2009. Joint with Alicia Menendez. Economics and Human Biology 7(3): 271-82. “Early Life Health and Cognitive Function in Old Age.” 2009. Joint with Christina Paxson. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 99(2): 104-9. “Labor Supply Responses to Large Social Transfers: Longitudinal Evidence from South Africa.” 2009. Joint with Cally Ardington and Victoria Hosegood. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1(1): 22-48.3 “Health and Wellbeing in Udaipur and South Africa.” 2009. Joint with Angus Deaton. Chapter 9 in Developments in the Economics of Aging, David Wise (ed.), University of Chicago Press. “Making Sense of the Labor Market Height Premium: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey.” 2008. Joint with Christina Paxson and Mahnaz Islam. Economic Letters 102(3):174-6. “Stature and Status: Height, Ability and Labor Market Outcomes.” 2008. Joint with Christina Paxson. Journal of Political Economy 116(3): 499-532. “Height, Health and Cognitive Function at Older Ages.” 2008. Joint with Christina Paxson. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 98(2): 463-467. “The Income Gradient in Children’s Health: A Comment on Currie, Shields and Wheatley Price.” 2008. Joint with Diana Lee and Christina Paxson. Journal of Health Economics 27(3): 801-807. “Does Money Empower the Elderly? Evidence from the Agincourt Demographic Surveillance Area.” 2007. Joint with Alicia Menendez. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 35(3): 157-164. “Socioeconomic Status and Health in Childhood: A Comment on Chen, Martin and Matthews (2006).” 2007. Joint with Christina Paxson and Tom Vogl. Social Science & Medicine 64(4): 757-761. “The Impact of Parental Death on School Outcomes: Longitudinal Evidence from South Africa.” 2006. Joint with Cally Ardington. Demography 43(3): 401-420. “Children’s Health and Social Mobility.” 2006. Joint with Christina Paxson. Future of Children 16(2): 151-173. “Sex Differences in Morbidity and Mortality.” 2005. Joint with Christina Paxson, Demography 42(2): 189-214. “The Lasting Impact of Childhood Health and Circumstance.” 2005. Joint with Angela Fertig and Christina Paxson, Journal of Health Economics 24: 365-389. “The Reach and Impact of Child Support Grants: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal.” 2005. Joint with Victoria Hosegood and Frances Lund, Development Southern Africa 22(4): 467-82. “Health and Wealth Among the Poor: India and South Africa compared.” 2005. Joint with Angus Deaton. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 95(2): 229-233. “Broken Down by Work and Sex:


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