Publications

Tell me who's your neighbour and I'll tell you how much time you've got: The spatiotemporal consequences of residential segregation

Boróka B. BóUniversity of Essex, Colchester, UK

Denys Dukhovnov, University of California, Berkeley

Boróka B. BóDukhovnov, D. (2022). Tell me who's your neighbour and I'll tell you how much time you've got: The spatiotemporal consequences of residential segregation. Population, Space and Place, (e61): 1-18https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2561

County-level socio-economic disparities in COVID-19 mortality in the United States

Denys Dukhovnov, University of California, Berkeley

Magali Barbieri, University of California, Berkeley and Institut National d'Etudes      Démographiques (INED)

Dukhovnov, D. & Barbieri, M. (2022). County-level socio-economic disparities in COVID-19 mortality in the United States. International Journal of Epidemiology, 51(2): 418-428. https://www.doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyab267. 

Mothers’ and Fathers’ Well-being: Does the Gender Composition of Children Matter?

Daniela Veronica Negraia, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany

Jill Yavorsky, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Denys Dukhovnov, University of California, Berkeley

Full citation:

Negraia, D. V., Yavorsky, J. E., & Dukhovnov, D. (2021). Mothers' and Fathers' Well‐Being: Does the Gender Composition of Children Matter? Journal of Marriage and Family, 83(3), 820-844.

Transfers of informal care time in the United States: the role of demographic differentials in intergenerational flows by age, sex, and racial and national background

Denys Dukhovnov, University of California, Berkeley

Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany

Full citation:

Dukhovnov, D., and Zagheni, E. (2019). Transfers of informal care time in the United States: the role of demographic differentials in intergenerational flows by age, sex, and racial and national background. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 17: 163-197.

Who Takes Care of Whom in the United States? Time Transfers by Age and Sex

Denys Dukhovnov, University of California, Berkeley

Emilio Zagheni, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany

Full citation:

Dukhovnov, D., & Zagheni, E. (2015). Who takes care of whom in the United States? Time transfers by age and sex. Population and development review, 41(2), 183-206. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1728-4457.2015.00044.x