Faculty
Mariana Arcaya

Publications

Arcaya, Mariana, and José F. Figueroa. "Emerging Trends Could Exacerbate Health Inequities In The United States." Health Affairs. 36.6 (2017): 992-998.
Arcaya, Mariana. "Invited commentary: foreclosures and health in a neighborhood context." American Journal of Epidemiology. 185.6 (2017): 436-439.
Graif, Corina, Mariana Arcaya, and Ana V. Diez Roux. "Moving to opportunity and mental health: Exploring the spatial context of neighborhood effects." Social Science & Medicine. 162 (2016): 50-58.
Arcaya, Mariana, et al. "Health selection into neighborhoods among families in the moving to opportunity program." American journal of epidemiology. 183.2 (2015): 130-137.
Arcaya, Mariana, Alyssa L. Arcaya, and SV Subramanian. "Inequalities in health: definitions, concepts, and theories." Pan American Journal of Public Health. 38.4 (2015): 261-271.
James, Peter, et al. "Neighborhood self-selection: the role of pre-move health factors on the built and socioeconomic environment." International journal of environmental research and public health. 12.10 (2015): 12489-12504.
Calvo, Rocío, et al. "Happily ever after? Pre-and-post disaster determinants of happiness among survivors of Hurricane Katrina." Journal of happiness studies. 16.2 (2015): 427-442.
Arcaya, Mariana, et al. "Role of health in predicting moves to poor neighborhoods among Hurricane Katrina survivors." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111.46 (2014): 16246-16253.
James, Peter, et al. "A Health Impact Assessment of a proposed bill to decrease speed limits on local roads in Massachusetts (USA)." International journal of environmental research and public health. 11.10 (2014): 10269-10291.
James, Peter, et al. "A Health Impact Assessment of proposed public transportation service cuts and fare increases in Boston, Massachusetts (USA)." International journal of environmental research and public health. 11.8 (2014): 8010-8024.
Arcaya, Mariana, and SV Subramanian. "Ecological Inferences and Multilevel Studies." Handbook of Regional Science. 95 (2014): 312-323.
Arcaya, Mariana Possibilities for health-conscious assisted housing mobility. Vol. MCP. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning., MCP. Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2008.