Associate Professor, Department of Economics, UC San Diego
Tom Vogl is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at UC San Diego. His primary interests lie in the economics of health and population, particularly among the socially and economically disadvantaged. His recent research has focused on the relationship between socioeconomic status and health over the lifecycle, the effects of childhood family structure on adult outcomes, and the long-term evolution of fertility decisions in poor countries.
Recent work by Tom Vogl
How child mortality persists across generations
In developing countries, women with at least one sibling who died in childhood face 39% higher odds of losing a child themselves
The long-term effects of cash transfers: Mexico’s Progresa
Conditional transfers in childhood improve education, labour, and economic outcomes in adulthood, especially for women