Jean Schroedel, Aaron Berg, Joseph Dietrich, and Javier M. Rodriguez. Political Trust and Native American Electoral Participation: An Analysis of Survey Data from Nevada and South Dakota. Social Science Quarterly, (2020).
Rodriguez, Javier. “ The Politics Hypothesis and Racial Disparities in Infants’ Health in the United States.” SSM – Population Health , (2019) 8: 100440.
Arline T. Geronimus, John Bound, Timothy A. Waidmann, Javier M. Rodriguez, and Brenden Timpe. “Weathering, Drugs, and Whack-a-Mole: Fundamental and Proximate Causes of Widening Educational Inequity in U.S. Life Expectancy by Sex and Race, 1990–2015.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, (2019): 222-239.
Lee, Dong Wook and Rogers, Melissa, “ Measuring Geographic Distribution for Political Research.” Political Analysis, (2019) 27: 263-280.
Javier M. Rodriguez, Arun S. Karlamangla, Tara L. Gruenewald, Dana Miller-Martinez, Sharon S. Merkin, and Teresa E. Seeman. “Social Stratification and Allostatic Load: Shapes of Health Differences in the MIDUS Study in the United States.” Journal of Biosocial Science, (2019): 1-18.
Sandra P. Garcia, Anne Haddix, and Kevin Barnett, “Incremental Health Care Costs Associated With Food Insecurity and Chronic Conditions Among Older Adults.” Preventing Chronic Disease, August 30, 2018.
Dong Wook Lee and Melissa Rogers. “Inter-regional Inequality and the Dynamics of Government Spending.” The Journal of Politics, forthcoming.
Pablo Beramendi and Melissa Rogers. “Disparate geography and the origins of tax capacity.” The Review of International Organizations (2018): 1-25.
Pablo Beramendi, Mark Dincecco, and Melissa Rogers. “Intra-Elite Competition and Long-Run Fiscal Development.” (2018).
Javier Rodriguez. “Health disparities, politics, and the maintenance of the status quo: A new theory of inequality.” Social Science & Medicine 200 (2018): 35-43.
David Cottrell, Michael C. Herron, Javier M. Rodriguez, and Daniel A. Smith. “Mortality, Incarceration, and African American Disenfranchisement in the Contemporary United States.” American Politics Research (2018).