The Center for Population Economics (CPE) specializes in the development of longitudinal life cycle and historical environmental data sets to study economic, demographic, and epidemiological processes. These include trends in chronic disease, mortality, and labor force participation, as well as the relationship between early life disease and environmental conditions and later-life disease and mortality.
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The primary research activity of the CPE is the creation, maintenance, improvement, and distribution of historical data detailing life cycle health and economic outcomes.
An introduction to mapping the national distribution of UA veterans and the historical environments (both rural and urban) in which they lived.