Dr. Jerzy Eisenberg-Guyot

About Dr. Jerzy Eisenberg-Guyot

Dr. Jerzy is a American journal of industrial medicineREFERENCES researcher from Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.. His recent research is on Solidarity and disparity: Declining labor union density and changing racial and educational mortality inequities in the United States. which was published on Am J Ind Med on 2019/12/17.

The DOI of the article Solidarity and disparity: Declining labor union density and changing racial and educational mortality inequities in the United States. is 10.1002/ajim.23081

The article has been published in the following journal:
United States Am J Ind Med 8101110 0271-3586

Co-Authors:


List of co-authors for Solidarity and disparity: Declining labor union density and changing racial and educational mortality inequities in the United States. :
Stephen J Mooney
Amy Hagopian
Wendy E Barrington
Anjum Hajat

What are Dr. Jerzy Eisenberg-Guyot Specialties :


fatal overdose epidemic health disparities health inequities labor movement labor unions marginal structural models mortality inequities social determinants of health

List of Publications:

  1. Under Capital's Thumb: Longitudinal Associations Between Relational Social Class and Health
      We identified substantial class inequities in SRH and mental illness. Our findings demonstrate the importance of using relational social-class measures to deepen understanding of health inequities' root causes.
  2. Solidarity and Disparity: Declining Labor Union Density and Changing Racial and Educational Mortality Inequities in the United States
      Declining union density (as operationalized in this study) may not explain all-cause mortality inequities, although increases in union density may reduce overdose/suicide mortality.
  3. Relational Social Class, Self-Rated Health, and Mortality in the United States
      Relational Social Class, Self-Rated Health, and Mortality in the United States
  4. Right-to-Work-for-Less: How Janus v. AFSCME Threatens Public Health
      In February 2018, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Janus v. AFSCME, a case poised to make right-to-work (or, as some call it, right-to-work-for-less) the law in the public sector. At issue is the constitutionality of requiring non-union members, who benefit from collective bargaining, to pa …
  5. From Payday Loans To Pawnshops: Fringe Banking, The Unbanked, And Health
      The fringe banking industry, including payday lenders and check cashers, was nearly nonexistent three decades ago. Today it generates tens of billions of dollars in annual revenue. The industry's growth accelerated in the 1980s with financial deregulation and the working class's declining resources. …

Keywords :


fatal overdose epidemic health disparities health inequities labor movement labor unions marginal structural models mortality inequities social determinants of health