CIDR Trends


Recent Publications

Mara Sheftel, Frank Heiland. Disability crossover: Is there a Hispanic immigrant health advantage that reverses from working to old age?  Demographic Research, July 2018, Vol 39, No 7, 209-250.

Bryan Jones, Claudia Tebaldi, Brian C. O’Neill, Keith Oleson, Jing Gao.   Avoiding population exposure to heat-related extremes: demographic change vs climate changeClimate Change, February 2018, Vol 146, Issue 3-4

Stefan Leyk, Johannes H. Uhl, Deborah Balk, Bryan JonesAssessing the accuracy of multi-temporal built-up land layers across rural-urban trajectories in the United States.  Remote Sensing of Environment, 2017, ISSN 0034-4257,

Dahlia K. Remler, Sanders D. Korenman, Rosemary T. Hyson. Estimating The Effects Of Health Insurance And Other Social Programs On Poverty Under The Affordable Care Act. doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2017.0331, Health Affairs, October 2017, vol. 36 no. 10, 1828-1837

Neil G. Bennett, A reflection on the changing dynamics of union formation and dissolution, Demographic Research, Volume 36, Article 12, Pages 371-390, 24 Jan 2017

Sanders D. Korenman, Dahlia K. Remler. Including health insurance in poverty measurement: The impact of Massachusetts health reform on poverty. Journal of Health Economics, Volume 50, December 2016, Pages 27-35, ISSN 0167-6296



The CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR) is part of a CUNY-wide initiative, bringing together a core commitment from five campuses—Baruch College, the Graduate Center, Hunter College, Queens College, and the CUNY School of Public Health —and associated faculty affiliates from throughout the City University of New York. >>

Faculty & Staff

CIDR is comprised of affiliates from many of the 24 CUNY campuses. Building on the presence of more than 30 demographers CUNY-wide, the City University of New York hired nine new faculty members in the field during the past few years. >>

Demographic Research

With CUNY’s demography cluster initiative, the University has created the Institute, a home where scholars can gather to exchange ideas and receive the support necessary to accomplish the research agendas they establish. This engagement takes many forms, including cross-campus collaborations of faculty and students, development and support for new research and training initiatives, and a vibrant seminar series sponsored by the Institute. >>

Certificate Program in Demography

The Certificate Program in Demography is the first demographic training program in the New York metropolitan area. The CUNY Institute for Demographic Research serves as a focal point for this program. >>
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Dr. Shelley Clark
James McGill Professor of Sociology
“Can Subsidized Early Child Care Promote Women’s Employment? Evidence from a Slum Settlement in Africa”
10/19/18, 12:30 – 2:30pm
Baruch College, Newman Hall, Oak Room (room 203)
137 East 22nd Street

Non-Baruch ID holders must RSVP in advance to gain access to the building
Dr. Kathryn Grace
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Environment and Society, University of Minnesota
“Considering the linkages between climate and health: A focus on women’s and children’s health in sub-Saharan Africa”
11/02/18, 12:30 – 2:30pm
Baruch College, Newman Hall, Oak Room (room 203)
137 East 22nd Street
Non-Baruch ID holders must RSVP in advance to gain access to the building