Publications

2017
Case, A., and T-N. Coates. 2017. “Fear and Despair: Consequences of Inequity.” Chapter 1 in Knowledge to Action. New York: Oxford University Press. Publisher's Version
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 2017. “Suicide, age, and wellbeing: an empirical investigation.” NBER Working Paper 21279, Chapter 10 (pages 307-34) in Insights in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
2016
Ardington, C., T. Barnighausen, A. Case, and A. Menendez. 2016. “Social protection and labor market outcomes in youth in South Africa.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 69 (2): 455-470.
2015
Ardington, C., and A. Case. 2015. “Health Challenges Past and Future.” Chapter 41 in The Oxford Companion to the Economics of South Africa. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 2015. “Rising morbidity and mortality in midlife among white non-Hispanic Americans in the 21st century.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (49): 15078-15083. Publisher's Version
2014
Ardington, C., T. Barnighausen, A. Case, and A. Menendez. 2014. “The Economic Consequences of AIDS Mortality in South Africa.” Journal of Development Economics 111: 48-60.
2013
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2013. “HIV Risk and Adolescent Behaviors in Africa.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 103 (3): 433-438.
Case, A., A. Garib, A. Menendez, and A. Olgiati. 2013. “Paying the Piper: The High Cost of Funerals in South Africa.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 62 (1): 1-20.
2011
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2011. “The impact of AIDS pandemic on health services in Africa: Evidence from demographic health surveys.” Demography 48 (2): 675-697.
Case, A., and A. Menendez. 2011. “Requiescat in Pace? The Consequences of High Priced Funerals in South Africa.” Chapter 11 in Explorations of Aging . Chicago : University of Chicago Press.
Case, A., and A. Paxson. 2011. “The Long Reach of Childhood Health and Circumstance: Evidence from the Whitehall II Study.” The Economic Journal 121: F183-F204.
2010
Ardington, C., A. Case, and M. Islam. 2010. “The impact of AIDS on intergenerational support in South Africa: Evidence from the Cape Area Panel Study.” Research on Aging 32 (1): 97-121.
Ardington, C., and A. Case. 2010. “Interactions Between Mental Health and Socioeconomic Status in the South African National Income Dynamics Study.” Studies in Economics and Econometrics 34 (3): 69-85.
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2010. “Causes and Consequences of Early Life Health.” Demography 47 (Supplement): S65-S85.
2009
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2009. “Early Life Health and Cognitive Function in Old Age.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 99 (2): 104-109.
Ardington, C., A. Case, and V. Hosegood. 2009. “Labor supply responses to large social transfers: Longitudinal evidence from South Africa.” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (1): 22-48.
Case, A., C. Paxson, and M. Islam. 2009. “Making Sense of the Labor Market Height Premium: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey.” Economic Letters 102: 174-176.
Case, A., and A. Menendez. 2009. “Sex Differences in Obesity Rates in Poor Countries: Evidence from South Africa.” Economics and Human Biology 7 (3): 271-282.
2008
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2008. “Height, Health and Cognitive Function at Older Ages.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 98 (2): 463-467.
Case, A., D. Lee, and C. Paxson. 2008. “The Income Gradient in Children's Health: A Comment on Currie, Shields and Wheatley Price.” Journal of Health Economics 27 (3): 801-807.
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2008. “Stature and Status: Height, Ability, and Labor Market Outcomes.” Journal of Political Economy 116 (3): 499-532.
2007
Case, A., and A. Menendez. 2007. “Does Money Empower the Elderly? Evidence from the Agincourt Demographic Surveillance Area.” Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35 (3): 157-164.
Ardington, C., A. Case, and V. Hosegood. 2007. “Labor supply responses to large social transfers: Longitudinal evidence from South Africa.” NBER Working Paper 13442.
Case, A., C. Paxson, and T. Vogl. 2007. “Socioeconomic Status and Health in Childhood: A Comment on Chen, Martin and Matthews.” Social Science & Medicine 64 (4): 757-761.
2006
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2006. “Children's Health and Social Mobility.” The Future of Children 16 (2): 151-173.
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 2006. “Health and Well-being in Udaipur and South Africa.” Chapter 9 in Developments in the Economics of Aging . Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Case, A., A. Menendez, and C. Ardington. 2006. “Health Seeking Behavior in Northern KwaZulu-Natal”.
Case, A., and C. Ardington. 2006. “The Impact of Parental Death on School Outcomes: Longitudinal Evidence from South Africa.” Demography 43 (3): 401-420.
2005
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 2005. “Broken Down by Work and Sex: How Our Health Declines.” Chapter 6 in Analyses in the Economics of Aging . Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 2005. “Health and Wealth Among the Poor: India and South Africa Compared.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 95 (2): 229-233.
Case, A., A. Fertig, and C. Paxson. 2005. “The Lasting Impact of Childhood Health and Circumstance.” Journal of Health Economics 24: 365-389.
Case, A. 2005. “The Primacy of Education.” Chapter 18 in Understanding Poverty . Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Case, A., V. Hosegood, and F. Lund. 2005. “The Reach and Impact of Child Support Grants: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal.” Development Southern Africa 22 (4): 467-482.
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2005. “Sex Differences in Morbidity and Mortality.” Demography 42 (2): 189-214.
2004
Case, A. 2004. “Does Money Protect Health Status? Evidence from South African Pensions.” Chapter 7 in Perspectives on the Economics of Aging . Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Case, A., I. le Roux, and A. Menendez. 2004. “Medical Compliance and Income-Health Gradients.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 94 (2): 331-335.
Case, A., C. Paxson, and J. Ableidinger. 2004. “Orphans in Africa: Parental Death, Poverty, and School Enrollment.” Demography 41 (3): 483-508.
2003
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 2003. “Consumption, Health, Gender, and Poverty.” World Bank Working Paper: 3020.
Case, A., I-Fen Lin, and S. McLanahan. 2003. “Explaining Trends in Child Support: Economic, Demographic, and Policy Effects.” Demography 40 (1): 171-189.
Besley, T., and A. Case. 2003. “Political Institutions and Policy Choices: Evidence from the United States.” Journal of Economic Literature 41 (1): 7-73.
2002
Case, A., D. Lubotsky, and C. Paxson. 2002. “Economic Status and Health in Childhood: The Origins of the Gradient.” American Economic Review 92 (5): 1308-1334.
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2002. “Parental Behavior and Child Health.” Health Affairs 21 (2): 164-178.
2001
Anderson, K., A. Case, and D. Lam. 2001. “Causes and Consequences of Schooling Outcomes in South Africa: Evidence from Survey Data.” Social Dynamics 27 (1): 37-59.
Case, A., I-Fen Lin, and S. McLanahan. 2001. “Educational Attainment of Siblings in Stepfamilies.” Evolution and Human Behavior 22 (4): 269-289.
Case, A. 2001. “Election Goals and Income Redistribution: Recent Evidence from Albania.” European Economic Review 45 (3): 405-423.
Case, A. 2001. “Health, Income, and Economic Development.” Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics. Washington DC.
Case, A., and C. Paxson. 2001. “Mothers and Others: Who Invests in Children's Health?” Journal of Health Economics 20 (3): 301-328.
2000
Case, A., I-Fen Lin, and S. McLanahan. 2000. “How Hungry is the Selfish Gene?” The Economic Journal 110 (466): 781-804.
Besley, T., and A. Case. 2000. “Unnatural Experiments? Estimating the Incidence of Endogenous Policies.” The Economic Journal 110 (467): F672-F694.
1999
Case, A., and M. Yogo. 1999. “Does School Quality Matter? Returns to Education and the Characteristics of Schools in South Africa.” National Bureau of Economics.
Case, A., I-Fen Lin, and S. McLanahan. 1999. “Household Resource Allocation in Stepfamilies: Darwin Reflects on the Plight of Cinderella.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 89 (2): 234-238.
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 1999. “School Inputs and Educational Outcomes in South Africa.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 114 (3): 1047-1084.
1998
Case, A. 1998. “The Effects of Stronger Child Support Enforcement on Nonmarital Fertility.” Chapter 7 in Fathers Under Fire: The Revolution in Child Support Enforcement . Russel Sage Foundation.
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 1998. “Large Cash Transfers to the Elderly in South Africa.” The Economic Journal 108 (450): 1330-1361.
1995
Besley, T., and A. Case. 1995. “Does Electoral Accountability Affect Economic Policy Choices? Evidence from Gubernatorial Term Limits.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 110 (3): 769-798.
Besley, T., and A. Case. 1995. “Incumbent Behavior: Vote Seeking, Tax Setting and Yardstick Competition.” American Economic Review 85 (1): 25-45.
Case, A. 1995. “Symposium on Consumption Smoothing in Developing Countries.” The Journal of Economic Perspectives 9 (3): 81-82.
1994
Besley, T., and A. Case. 1994. “Diffusion as a Learning Process: Evidence from HYV Cotton”.
Butcher, K., and A. Case. 1994. “The Effect of Sibling Sex Composition on Women's Education and Earnings.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 109 (3): 531-563.
1993
Case, A., Jr. J.R. Hines, and H.S. Rosen. 1993. “Budget Spillovers and Fiscal Policy Interdependence: Evidence from the States.” Journal of Public Economics 52 (3): 285-307.
Case, A. 1993. “Interstate Tax Competition After TRA 86.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 12 (1): 136-148.
Besley, T., and A. Case. 1993. “Modeling Technology Adoption in Developing Countries.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 83 (2): 396-402.
1992
Case, A. 1992. “Neighborhood Influence and Technological Change.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 22 (3): 491-508.
1991
Case, A., and L. Katz. 1991. “The Company You Keep: The Effects of Family and Neighborhood on Disadvanted Youths.” National Bureau of Economics.
Case, A. 1991. “Spatial Patterns in Household Demand.” Econometrica 59 (4): 953-965.
1987
Case, A., and A.Deaton. 1987. “Analysis of Household Expenditures.” Washington DC: The World Bank.
1984
Case, A, and L Squire. 1984. “A Comparison of General and Partial Equilibrium Modeling Approaches.” Washington DC: The World Bank Country Policy Department.
1982
Case, A., and L. Squire. 1982. “The Relative Merits of Alternative Approaches to Applied Welfare Economics.” Washington DC: The World Bank.