Jennifer Karas Montez. 2017. “Deregulation, Devolution, and State Preemption Laws’ Impact on U.S. Mortality Trends.” American Journal of Public Health 107(11):1749-1750.
“Education and Health Disparity Across the US” Published in Scientia.
“How state preemption laws prevent cities from taking steps to improve health and life expectancy” Scholars Strategy Network, Key Findings Brief.
“How do U.S. States Influence their Residents’ Health and Longevity?” (Montez, Wolf, and Hayward). Scholars Strategy Network, Key Findings Brief.
Jennifer Karas Montez and Anna Zajacova. 2014. “Why is Life Expectancy Declining among Low-Educated Women in the United States?” American Journal of Public Health 104(1):e5-e7. PMCID: PMC4167117.
Shannon M. Monnat and Khary K. Rigg. 2018. “The Opioid Crisis in Rural and Small Town America.” National Issue Brief #135. Carsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire.
Shannon M. Monnat. 2018. “Drug Overdose Rates are Highest in Places with the Most Economic and Family Distress.” National Issue Brief #134. Carsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire.
Shannon M. Monnat and David L. Brown. 2017. “How Despair Helped Drive Trump to Victory.” Institute for New Economic Thinking.
Shannon M. Monnat. 2017. “Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide Represent Growing Share of U.S. Mortality.” Carsey Research National Brief. Carsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire.
Monnat, Shannon M. 2017. “Beyond Rural vs. Urban: The Importance of Considering Heterogeneity in U.S. Rural Health.” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections Blog Series.
Shannon M. Monnat. 2016. “Hispanic Insurance Rates Differ between Established and New Hispanic Destinations.” Population Trends in Post-Recession Rural America Series. Applied Population Lab. University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Shannon M. Monnat. 2015. “Rural Adolescents are More Likely than their Urban Peers to Abuse Prescription Painkillers.” Carsey Research National Fact Sheet #32. Carsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire.