Raj Persaud in conversation with Oxford University Sociologist Aaron Reeves – how did the recession lead to 10,000 excess suicides DOWNLOADABLE PODCAST

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Aaron Reeves is a post-doctoral researcher and an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford. He is also a post-doctoral research fellow at Nuffield College and his research interests include: political economy of health, social protection, social and cultural exclusion, and quantitative sociology.

 

He is currently working with Dr. David Stuckler examining natural experiments in relation to poverty-reduction and health as well as exploring the impact of the recession and austerity on health outcomes. In addition to this he is also working on projects analysing the association between social position and the intergenerational transference of cultural practice.

 

Dr Reeves completed his PhD in Applied Social & Economic Research with the Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex and has published several articles linking healthcare and the economy.

 

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download it here:

http://rajpersaud.libsyn.com/raj-persaud-in-conversation-with-oxford-university-sociologist-aaron-reeves-how-did-the-recession-lead-to-10000-excess-suicides

 

 

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