Articles in peer-reviewed journals
Sasson, Isaac. (2021). “Age and COVID-19 mortality: A comparison of Gompertz doubling time across countries and causes of death.” Demographic Research, 44: 379–396.
Cantu, Phillip, Connor M. Sheehan, Isaac Sasson, and Mark D. Hayward. (2021). “Increasing Education-Based Disparities in Healthy Life Expectancy Among US Non-Hispanic Whites, 2000–2010.” The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Social Sciences 76(2): 319–329.
Wilson, Ben, Sven Drefahl, Isaac Sasson, Paul M. Henery, and Caroline Uggla. (2020). “Regional trajectories in life expectancy and life-span variation: Persistent inequality in two Nordic welfare states.” Population, Space and Place 26(8): e2378.
Sasson, Isaac, and Ronen Shamir. (2020). “The 1931 Census of Palestine and the Statistical (Un)making of an Arab Landless Class.” Middle Eastern Studies 56(2): 239–256.
Sasson, Isaac, and Mark D. Hayward. (2019). “Association Between Educational Attainment and Causes of Death Among White and Black US Adults, 2010–2017.” JAMA 322(8): 756–763.
van Raalte, Alyson, Isaac Sasson, and Pekka Martikainen. (2018). “The Case for Monitoring Life-span Inequality.” Science 362(6418): 1002–4.
Sheehan, Connor, Jennifer Karas Montez, and Isaac Sasson. (2018). “Does the Functional form of the Association between Education and Mortality Differ by U.S. Region?” Biodemography and Social Biology 64(1): 63–81.
Crimmins, Eileen, Yasuhiko Saito, Jung Ki Kim, Yuan Zhang, Isaac Sasson, and Mark Hayward. (2018). “Educational Differences in the Prevalence of Dementia and Life Expectancy with Dementia in the United States: Changes from 2000 to 2010.” The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Social Sciences 73: S20–S28.
Sasson, Isaac, and Alexander Weinreb. (2017). “Land Cover Change and Fertility in West-Central Africa: Rural Livelihoods and the Vicious Circle Model.” Population and Environment 38(4): 345–68.
Sasson, Isaac. (2017). “Reply to Trends in Education-Specific Life Expectancy, Data Quality, and Shifting Education Distributions: A Note on Recent Research.” Demography 54(3): 1215–19.
Cetorelli, Valeria, Isaac Sasson, Nazar Shabila, and Gilbert Burnham. (2017). “Mortality and Kidnapping Estimates for the Yazidi Population in the Area of Mount Sinjar, Iraq, in August 2014: A Retrospective Household Survey.” PLOS Medicine 14(5): e1002297.
Sasson, Isaac. (2016). “Diverging Trends in Cause-Specific Mortality and Life Years Lost by Educational Attainment: Evidence from United States Vital Statistics Data, 1990-2010.” PLOS ONE 11(10): e0163412.
Sasson, Isaac. (2016). “Trends in Life Expectancy and Lifespan Variation by Educational Attainment: United States, 1990-2010.” Demography 53(2): 269–93.
Hayward, Mark D., Robert A. Hummer, and Isaac Sasson. (2015). “Trends and Group Differences in the Association between Educational Attainment and U.S. Adult Mortality: Implications for Understanding Education’s Causal Influence.” Social Science & Medicine 127: 8–18.
Sasson, Isaac, and Debra J. Umberson. (2014). “Widowhood and Depression: New Light on Gender Differences, Selection, and Psychological Adjustment.” The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 69(1): 135–45.
Sasson, Isaac, and Arthur Sakamoto. (2014). “Non-poor Components of Population Growth and Immigration in the U.S., 1990-2010.” Social Indicators Research 115(1): 183–201.
Commentaries and other publications
Cetorelli, Valeria, Isaac Sasson, Nazar Shabila, and Gilbert Burnham. (2017). “ISIS’ Yazidi Genocide.” Foreign Affairs (June 8).
Montez , Jennifer Karas, Isaac Sasson, and Mark D. Hayward. (2016). “Declining U.S. Life Expectancy, 1990-2010.” Health Affairs 35(3): 550.
Working papers and research reports
Vaknin, Dana, Yossi Shavit, and Isaac Sasson. (2019). “Emerging Early Childhood Inequality: Poverty and Future Academic Achievement.” State of the nation report: Society, economy and policy in Israel, 313-359. Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel. [Hebrew]
Sasson, Isaac. (2019). “Long-Term Mortality Forecast for Israel: Evaluating Current Methods and Alternatives.” Report prepared for the National Insurance Institute of Israel. [Hebrew]