Fernando Riosmena
Fernando Riosmena
Professor, Departments of Demography & Sociology & Director, Institute for Health Disparities
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Migration selection, protection, and acculturation in health: A binational perspective on older adults
F Riosmena, R Wong, A Palloni
Demography 50 (3), 1039-1064, 2013
Adaptive capacity in Tanzanian Maasailand: Changing strategies to cope with drought in fragmented landscapes
MJ Goldman, F Riosmena
Global Environmental Change 23 (3), 588-597, 2013
Rainfall patterns and US migration from rural Mexico
LM Hunter, S Murray, F Riosmena
International Migration Review 47 (4), 874-909, 2013
Pathways to El Norte: Origins, Destinations, and Characteristics of Mexican Migrants to the United States
F Riosmena, D Massey
International Migration Review, 2010
Do rainfall deficits predict US-bound migration from rural Mexico? Evidence from the Mexican census
RJ Nawrotzki, F Riosmena, LM Hunter
Population research and policy review 32, 129-158, 2013
Explaining the immigrant health advantage: Self-selection and protection in health-related factors among five major national-origin immigrant groups in the United States
F Riosmena, R Kuhn, WC Jochem
Demography 54 (1), 175-200, 2017
Undocumented migration from Latin America in an era of rising US enforcement
DS Massey, F Riosmena
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 630 (1 …, 2010
Climate change as a migration driver from rural and urban Mexico
RJ Nawrotzki, LM Hunter, DM Runfola, F Riosmena
Environmental Research Letters 10 (11), 114023, 2015
Negative acculturation and nothing more? Cumulative disadvantage and mortality during the immigrant adaptation process among Latinos in the United States
F Riosmena, BG Everett, RG Rogers, JA Dennis
International Migration Review 49 (2), 443-478, 2015
Capital social, política social y migración desde comunidades tradicionales y nuevas comunidades de origen en México
DS Massey, J Durand, F Riosmena
Revista española de investigaciones sociológicas 116 (-1), 97-121, 2006
Amplification or suppression: Social networks and the climate change—migration association in rural Mexico
RJ Nawrotzki, F Riosmena, LM Hunter, DM Runfola
Global Environmental Change 35, 463-474, 2015
Return versus settlement among undocumented Mexican migrants, 1980 to 1996
F Riosmena
Crossing the border: Research from the Mexican migration project, 265-280, 2004
Climate migration at the height and end of the great Mexican emigration era
F Riosmena, R Nawrotzki, L Hunter
Population and development review 44 (3), 455, 2018
Migration, business formation, and the informal economy in urban Mexico
CM Sheehan, F Riosmena
Social science research 42 (4), 1092-1108, 2013
Socioeconomic context and the association between marriage and Mexico-US migration
F Riosmena
Social science research 38 (2), 324-337, 2009
Domestic and international climate migration from rural Mexico
RJ Nawrotzki, DM Runfola, LM Hunter, F Riosmena
Human Ecology 44, 687-699, 2016
Contribution of socioeconomic factors and health care access to the awareness and treatment of diabetes and hypertension among older Mexican adults
H Beltrán-Sánchez, FC Drumond-Andrade, F Riosmena
salud pública de méxico 57 (suppl 1), s06-s14, 2015
SES gradients among Mexicans in the United States and in Mexico: a new twist to the Hispanic paradox?
H Beltrán-Sánchez, A Palloni, F Riosmena, R Wong
Demography 53 (5), 1555-1581, 2016
Policy shocks: on the legal auspices of Latin American migration to the United States
F Riosmena
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 630 (1 …, 2010
Migration and the Gendered Origin of Migrant Networks Among Couples in M exico
MJ Creighton, F Riosmena
Social science quarterly 94 (1), 79-99, 2013
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