Michael Reich

Harvard University - Department of Global Health and Population

Professor

665 Huntington Avenue

Building 1, Suite 1202

Boston, MA 02115

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

3

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98

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0

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Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

Towards a Public Health Approach to Homicides in Mexico

Number of pages: 17 Posted: 04 Mar 2021
Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE), University of Pittsburgh - Department of Health Policy and Management, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE) - Division of Economics, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE), Harvard University - Department of Global Health and Population and Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE) - Division of Public Administration
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Late Presentation to HIV/AIDS Testing, Treatment, or Continued Care: Clarifying the Use of CD4 Evaluation in the Consensus Definition

HIV Med., 2014, 15(3)
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 28 Aug 2017
Warren Alpert Medical School, Harvard University - Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University - Department of Population and International Health, Harvard University - Department of Global Health and Population and University of Southern California Institute on Inequalities in Global Health
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late presentation, HIV/AIDS, testing, treatment, CD4 evaluations

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Addressing Japan's Fertility Decline: Influences of Unintended Pregnancy on Child Rearing

Reproductive Health Matters, Vol. 14, No. 27, pp. 191-200, 2006
Posted: 20 Jul 2006
Aya Goto, Seiji Yasumura, Junko Yabe and Michael Reich
Fukushima Medical University - School of Medicine - Department of Public Health, Fukushima Regional Center for the Japan Environmental and Children’s Study, Social Health and Welfare Department - Public Health Section and Harvard University - Department of Global Health and Population

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unplanned pregnancy, parenting, fertility, adolescents and young people, social policy, Japan