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Katherine Eriksson's research on historic infant mortality rates featured in distinguished monthly NBER Digest

Katherine Eriksson's research on historic infant mortality rates has been featured in the June 2017 edition of the National Bureau of Economic Research's monthly digest, which highlights some of the most notable recent work in economics. Katherine's work, along with co-authors, documents that the well known gap in infant mortality rates between black and white infants is not as large as previously thought because of under-registration of births, predominantly among blacks. 


The full summary can be found here: