Session 30:
Socioeconomic Status, HIV/STIs and Safe Sexual Behavior

Thursday, April 30
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Duluth
Level 5

Chair: Jeffrey B. Bingenheimer, Pennsylvania State University
Discussant: Taryn Dinkelman, Princeton University

  1. Economic Inequality as an Underlying Cause of HIV in Africa? The HIV-Poverty Thesis Re-ExaminedAshley M. Fox, Columbia University

  2. HIV Risk Perceptions, School Participation and the Timing of Adolescent Sexual Debut in Southern MalawiMonica J. Grant, University of Pennsylvania

  3. The Impact of Income Shocks on Sexual Behavior in the Commercial Sex Market: Evidence from Kenya’s Post-Election ViolenceJonathan Robinson, University of California, Santa Cruz; Pascaline Dupas, University of California, Los Angeles

  4. Compensated for Life: Sex Work and Disease Risk in EcuadorRaj Arunachalam, University of Michigan; Manisha Shah, University of Melbourne

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