Jason Fletcher

Jason Fletcher Professor of Public Affairs and Sociology
4430 Sewell Social Sciences
(608) 262-4436

Alternate Website
Office Hours: T 10-11:30, 4430 SocSci (F'17)

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications:

"The Summer Drug Holiday: Medical Adaptation to Academic Pressure & Psychiatric Financial Incentives." (with Marissa King and Jen Jennings) American Sociological Review in press

"Learning from Teen Childbearing Experiences of Close Friends: Evidence Using Miscarriages as a Natural Experiment." (with Olga Yakusheva) Review of Economics and Statistics in press

"Genetic and educational assortative mating among US adults" (with Ben Dominque, Dalton Conley, and Jason Boardman) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences June 2014 111(22): 7996-8000

"The Challenge of Causal Inference in Gene-Environment Interaction Research: Leveraging Research Designs from the Social Sciences" (with Dalton Conley) American Journal of Public Health Published online August 8, 2013: e1e4

"A Sibling Death in the Family: Common and Consequential." (with Marsha Mailick, Jieun Song, and Barbara Wolfe) Demography June 2013, Volume 50, Issue 3, pp 803-826

"Why Have Tobacco Control Policies Stalled? Using Genetic Moderation to Examine Policy Impacts" PLOS One, December 5, 2012

Research Projects:

Causal Health Spillover Effects and Implications for Cost Effectiveness Analysis

CDE Research Theme Working Groups:

Demography of Inequality
Health and Mortality