Smith-Greenaway, Emily, Brauner-Otto, Sarah, and William Axinn. forthcoming. The Education of Adult Children and Parental Mortality. Social Science Research.
Yeatman, Sara and Emily Smith-Greenaway. forthcoming. Birth Planning and Women’s and Men’s Health in Malawi. Studies in Family Planning.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily and Shelley Clark. 2017. Women’s Marriage Behavior following a Premarital Birth in Sub Saharan Africa. Journal of Marriage and Family, 80(1): 256-270.
Axinn, William, Ghimire, Dirgha, and Emily Smith-Greenaway. Emotional Variation and Contraceptive Use to Limit Fertility. Demography, 54(2): 437-458.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily. Community Context and Child Health: A Human Capital Perspective. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 58(3): 307-321.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily and Shelley Clark. Variation in the Link between Parental Divorce and Child Health Disadvantage in Low and High Divorce African Settings. Social Science and Medicine (Population Health), 3: 473-486.
Clark, Shelley, Koski, Alissa, and Emily Smith-Greenaway. Recent Trends in Premarital Births in sub-Saharan Africa. Studies in Family Planning, 48(1):3-22. [Lead Article]
Smith-Greenaway, Emily and Christie Sennott. Death and Desirability: Retrospective Reporting of Unintended Pregnancy after a Child’s Death. Demography, 53(3):805-834.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily. Premarital childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa: Can investing in women’s education offset disadvantages for children?. Social Science & Medicine (Population Health), 2:164-174.
Jadhav, Apoorva, Weitzman, Abigail, and Emily Smith-Greenaway. Household Sanitation Facilities and Women's Risk of Non-Partner Sexual Violence in India. BMC Public Health, 16(1): 1139-1149.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily. Educational Attainment and Adult Literacy: A Descriptive Account of Select Countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Demographic Research, 33: 1015-1034.
Ghimire, Dirgha, Axinn, William, and Emily Smith-Greenaway. 2015. Impact of the Spread of Mass Education on Married Women’s Experience with Domestic Violence. Social Science Research, 54: 319-333.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily and Sangeetha Madhavan. 2015. Maternal Migration and Child Vaccination in Benin: An Analysis of Disruption and Adaptation Processes. Social Science Research, 54: 146-158.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily. 2015. Are Literacy Skills Associated with Young Adults’ Health in Africa? Evidence from Malawi. Social Science & Medicine, 127: 124-133.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily and Kevin Thomas. 2014. Exploring Child Mortality Risks Associated with Diverse Patterns of Maternal Migration, Population Research and Policy Review, 33:873-895.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily and Jenny Trinitapoli. 2014. Polygynous Contexts, Family Structure, and Infant Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa, Demography, 51(2):341-66. [lead article]
Smith-Greenaway, Emily. 2013. Mothers' Reading Skills and Child Survival in Nigeria: Examining the Relevance of Mothers' Decision-making Power, Social Science & Medicine, 97:152-160.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily and Jessica Heckert. 2013. Does the Orphan Disadvantage “Spill Over”? An analysis of whether living in an area with a higher concentration of orphans is associated with children’s school enrollment in sub-Saharan Africa, Demographic Research, 28(40): 1167-1198.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily. 2013. Maternal Reading Skills and Child Mortality in Nigeria: A Reassessment of Why Education Matters, Demography, 50(5): 1551-1561.
Smith-Greenaway, Emily, Leon, Juan, and David Baker. 2012. Understanding the Association between Maternal Education & Use of Health Services in Ghana: Exploring the Role of Health Knowledge, Journal of Biosocial Science, 1(1): 1-15.
Baker, David, Leon, Juan, Smith-Greenaway, Emily, Collins, John, and Marcela Movit. 2011. The Underappreciated Education Effect on Population Health: A Reassessment, Meta-analysis of All-cause Mortality, and an Improved Hypothesis, Population and Development Review, 37(2): 307-332.