Recent Academic Papers
 

2018

 Koski A and Heymann J. Changes in support for the continuation of female genital mutilation/cutting and religious views on the practice in 19 countries. Global Public Health. 2018  https://doi.org/10.1080/17441692.2018.1542016

Koski A, Strumpf EC, Kaufman JS, Frank J, Heymann J, and Nandi A. The impact of eliminating primary school tuition fees on child marriage in sub-Saharan Africa: A quasi-experimental evaluation of policy changes in 8 countries. PLoS ONE. 13(5): e0197928

Koski A and Heymann J. Child marriage in the United States: How Common Is the Practice, And Which Children Are at Greatest Risk?
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 50(2); DOI 10.1363/psrh12055    [coverage in Teen Vogue]

2017

 Koski A and Heymann J. Thirty-year trends in the prevalence and severity of female genital mutilation: A comparison of 22 countries.             BMJ Global Health 2 (4) e000467; DOI: 10.1136/bmjgh-2017-000467

Koski A, Clark S, and Nandi A. Has child marriage declined in sub-Saharan Africa? An analysis of trends in 31 countries.
Population and Development Review 43(1): 7-29   [media

Clark S, Koski A, and Smith-Greenaway E. Recent trends in premarital fertility across sub-Saharan Africa.
Studies in Family Planning 48(1): 3-22   [media]

2016

Nandi A, Hajizadeh M, Harper S, Koski A, Strumpf EC, and Heymann SJ. Increased duration of paid maternity leave lowers infant mortality in low- and middle-income countries: a quasi-experimental study. PLoS Medicine 13(3): e1001985   [media]