Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Her primary areas of investigation include Economic growth, Poverty, Welfare, Public health and Health care. Her Economic growth research integrates issues from State, Development economics, General partnership and Demographic economics. Her Poverty study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health care reform and Socioeconomics.
Her studies in Welfare integrate themes in fields like Standard of living, Higher education, Public economics and Dependency ratio. She has researched Public health in several fields, including Socioeconomic status, Slum and Environmental health. In the field of Health care, her study on Copayment, Ambulatory care and Health services research overlaps with subjects such as Transition.
Jane Falkingham mainly focuses on Economic growth, Poverty, Gerontology, Welfare and Demography. Jane Falkingham has included themes like Public health and Demographic economics in her Economic growth study. As a part of the same scientific family, Jane Falkingham mostly works in the field of Demographic economics, focusing on Life course approach and, on occasion, General partnership and Population ageing.
Her Poverty research focuses on subjects like Development economics, which are linked to Social protection. Her studies deal with areas such as Social care and British Household Panel Survey as well as Gerontology. Her work deals with themes such as Public economics, Standard of living and Pension, which intersect with Welfare.
Jane Falkingham mostly deals with Gerontology, Demography, Ethnic group, Longitudinal study and Population ageing. Her work on Older people as part of general Gerontology study is frequently linked to Receipt, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Demography research focuses on China and how it relates to Socioeconomic status.
Her work carried out in the field of Population ageing brings together such families of science as Standard of living, Health care and Public health. Jane Falkingham combines subjects such as Labour economics, Welfare and Demographic economics with her study of Pension. Her research on Census frequently links to adjacent areas such as Economic growth.
Her primary areas of investigation include Gerontology, Longitudinal study, Demography, Care provision and Population ageing. The Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Mental health, Demographic change and Activities of daily living. Her Population ageing research incorporates elements of Standard of living and Health care, Public health, Health policy.
Her Health care study incorporates themes from Nursing, Qualitative research and Developing country, Millennium Development Goals. Health policy is a subfield of Economic growth that Jane Falkingham tackles. Her Life course approach research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Young adult, General partnership and Self.
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Health care systems in transition
Judith Healy;Jane Falkingham;Martin McKee.
Poverty, out of pocket payments and access to health care: evidence from Tajikistan
Social Science & Medicine (2004)
Marital status, health and mortality
James Robards;Maria Evandrou;Jane Falkingham;Athina Vlachantoni.
Measuring health and poverty: a review of approaches to identifying the poor
Jane Falkingham;Ceema Namazie.
Gender, turning points, and boomerangs: returning home in young adulthood in Great Britain.
Juliet Stone;Ann Berrington;Jane Falkingham.
Ageing and economic welfare
Paul A. Johnson;Jane Falkingham.
Overview of migration, poverty and health dynamics in Nairobi City's slum settlements.
Eliya M. Zulu;Donatien Beguy;Alex C. Ezeh;Philippe Bocquier.
Journal of Urban Health-bulletin of The New York Academy of Medicine (2011)
Geographical access to care at birth in Ghana: a barrier to safe motherhood
Peter W Gething;Fiifi Amoako Johnson;Faustina Frempong-Ainguah;Faustina Frempong-Ainguah;Philomena Nyarko;Philomena Nyarko.
BMC Public Health (2012)
The changing determinants of UK young adults' living arrangements
Juliet Stone;Ann Berrington;Jane Falkingham.
Demographic Research (2011)
The dynamic of welfare: the welfare state and the life cycle
Jane Falkingham;John Hills.
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