Emily Smith-Greenaway
Emily Smith-Greenaway
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The education effect on population health: a reassessment
DP Baker, J Leon, EG Smith Greenaway, J Collins, M Movit
Population and development review 37 (2), 307-332, 2011
3492011
Understanding the association between maternal education and use of health services in Ghana: exploring the role of health knowledge
ES Greenaway, J Leon, DP Baker
Journal of biosocial science 44 (6), 733, 2012
1072012
Maternal reading skills and child mortality in Nigeria: a reassessment of why education matters
E Smith-Greenaway
Demography 50 (5), 1551-1561, 2013
772013
Polygynous contexts, family structure, and infant mortality in sub-Saharan Africa
E Smith-Greenaway, J Trinitapoli
Demography 51 (2), 341-366, 2014
542014
Household sanitation facilities and women’s risk of non-partner sexual violence in India
A Jadhav, A Weitzman, E Smith-Greenaway
BMC public health 16 (1), 1139, 2016
442016
Are literacy skills associated with young adults' health in Africa? Evidence from Malawi
E Smith-Greenaway
Social Science & Medicine 127, 124-133, 2015
312015
Recent trends in premarital fertility across sub‐Saharan Africa
S Clark, A Koski, E Smith‐Greenaway
Studies in Family Planning 48 (1), 3-22, 2017
302017
Educational attainment and adult literacy: a descriptive account of 31 Sub-Saharan Africa countries
E Smith-Greenaway
Demographic research 33, 1015, 2015
182015
Impact of the spread of mass education on married women’s experience with domestic violence
DJ Ghimire, WG Axinn, E Smith-Greenaway
Social science research 54, 319-331, 2015
162015
Death and desirability: Retrospective reporting of unintended pregnancy after a child’s death
E Smith-Greenaway, C Sennott
Demography 53 (3), 805-834, 2016
152016
Mothers' reading skills and child survival in Nigeria: Examining the relevance of mothers' decision-making power
E Smith-Greenaway
Social science & medicine 97, 152-160, 2013
142013
Maternal migration and child health: An analysis of disruption and adaptation processes in Benin
E Smith-Greenaway, S Madhavan
Social science research 54, 146-158, 2015
132015
Exploring child mortality risks associated with diverse patterns of maternal migration in Haiti
E Smith-Greenaway, KJA Thomas
Population research and policy review 33 (6), 873-895, 2014
132014
Premarital childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa: can investing in women’s education offset disadvantages for children?
E Smith-Greenaway
SSM-Population Health 2, 164-174, 2016
122016
Variation in the link between parental divorce and children’s health disadvantage in low and high divorce settings
E Smith-Greenaway, S Clark
SSM-population health 3, 473-486, 2017
10*2017
COVID-19 and family bereavement in the United States
A Verdery, E Smith-Greenaway
Appl. Demogr. 32, 1-2, 2020
92020
Women's marriage behavior following a premarital birth in sub‐Saharan Africa
E Smith‐Greenaway, S Clark
Journal of Marriage and Family 80 (1), 256-270, 2018
9*2018
Does the Orphan Disadvantage “Spill Over?” An analysis of whether living in an area with a higher concentration of orphans is associated with children’s school enrollment in …
E Smith-Greenaway, J Heckert
Demographic research 28, 1167, 2013
82013
Community context and child health: A human capital perspective
E Smith-Greenaway
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 58 (3), 307-321, 2017
72017
Tracking the reach of COVID-19 kin loss with a bereavement multiplier applied to the United States
AM Verdery, E Smith-Greenaway, R Margolis, J Daw
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (30), 17695-17701, 2020
42020
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