His scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Econometrics, Economic geography, Scale and Self-expression values. His studies deal with areas such as Cohort study, Demographic analysis, Prejudice, General Social Survey and Social issues as well as Demography. His Econometrics research integrates issues from Social change and Information theory.
His Economic geography study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Census. Self-expression values combines with fields such as Welfare, Market economy, Stock, Return of capital and Return on investment in his research.
Glenn Firebaugh mainly investigates Demography, Demographic economics, Development economics, Statistics and Econometrics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Life expectancy and Economic geography in addition to Demography. His work carried out in the field of Demographic economics brings together such families of science as Economic growth, Affect, Census and Socioeconomics.
His Development economics research incorporates themes from Income inequality metrics, Economic inequality, Income distribution, Convergence and Globalization. His work on Regression analysis and Regression as part of general Statistics research is frequently linked to Index, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Econometrics research includes themes of Social change, Population size and Artifact.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demography, Life expectancy, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Demographic economics. His Demography research includes elements of Health care, Cohort study and Neighborhood poverty. He has included themes like Young adult, Mortality rate and Health equity in his Life expectancy study.
His work on Homicide as part of general Injury prevention research is often related to Occupational safety and health and Cause of death, thus linking different fields of science. Glenn Firebaugh frequently studies issues relating to Census and Demographic economics. His work deals with themes such as Statistics and Lorenz curve, which intersect with Census.
His primary scientific interests are in Demography, Racism, Poverty, Neighborhood poverty and Concentrated Disadvantage. His research on Demography frequently links to adjacent areas such as Health care. His Concentrated Disadvantage research incorporates elements of Median income, Census, Socioeconomic status, Socioeconomics and Demographic economics.
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Measures of Multigroup Segregation
Sean F. Reardon;Glenn Firebaugh.
Sociological Methodology (2002)
The New Geography of Global Income Inequality
Empirics of world income inequality
American Journal of Sociology (1999)
A Rule for Inferring Individual-Level Relationships from Aggregate Data
American Sociological Review (1978)
Growth Effects of Foreign and Domestic Investment
Glenn A. Firebaugh.
American Journal of Sociology (1992)
Analyzing repeated surveys
Does Economic Growth Benefit the Masses? Growth, Dependence, and Welfare in the Third World
Glenn Firebaugh;Frank D. Beck.
American Sociological Review (1994)
Trends in Antiblack Prejudice, 1972-1984: Region and Cohort Effects.
Glenn Firebaugh;Kenneth E. Davis.
American Journal of Sociology (1988)
Beyond the Census Tract: Patterns and Determinants of Racial Segregation at Multiple Geographic Scales.
Barrett A. Lee;Sean F. Reardon;Glenn Firebaugh;Chad R. Farrell.
American Sociological Review (2008)
Seven Rules for Social Research.
Princeton University Press (2008)
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