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Davey Smith, G. editor, Health Inequalities, Lifecourse Approaches. The Policy Press, 2003.
Harper, S., Lynch, J., Burris, S., Davey Smith, G. Trends in the Black-White Life Expectancy Gap in the United States, 1983-2003, JAMA, 2007, 297, 11, 1224-32.
Galobardes, B., Davey Smith, G., Lynch, J.W. Systematic Review of the Influence of Childhood Socioeconomic Position on Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Adulthood, Annals of Epidemiology, 2006, 16, 91-104.
Lynch, J.W., Davey Smith, G., Harper, S., Bainbridge, K. Explaining the Social Gradient in Coronary Heart Disease: Comparing Relative and Absolute Risk Approaches, J of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2006, 60, 436-441.
Lynch, J., Harper, S., Kaplan, G.A., Davey Smith, G. Associations between Income Inequality and Mortality among U.S. States: The Importance of Time Period and Source of Income Data, AJPH, 2005, 95, 8, 1424-30.
Lynch, J., Davey Smith, G., Harper, S., Hillemeier, M. Is Income Inequality a Determinant of Population Health, Part 2. U.S. National and Regional Trends in Income Inequality and Age- and Cause-Specific Mortality, Milbank Quarterly, 2004, 82, 2, 355-400.
Lynch, J.W., Davey Smith, G. Is Income Inequality a Determinant of Population Health? Part 1, Milbank Quarterly, 2004, 82, 1, 5-99.
Lynch, J., Davey Smith, G. Rates and States: Reflections on the Health of Nations, International J of Epidemiology, 2003, 32, 4, 663-70.
Lynch, J., Harper, S., Davey Smith, G. Plugging Leaks and Repelling Boarders--Where to Next for the SS Income Inequality?, International J of Epidemiology, 2003, 32, 6, 1022-8.
Lynch, J.W., Davey Smith, G., Kaplan, G., House, J.S. Income Inequality and Mortality: Importance to Health of Individual Income, Psychosocial Environment, or Material Conditions, BMJ, 2000, 320, 7243, 1200-4.