2009 Miech, Richard A., Jinyoung Kim, Carrie McConnell, and Richard Hamman. “A Growing Disparity in Diabetes-Related Mortality: U.S. Trends 1989-2005.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 36(2):126-132.
2008 Miech, Richard A. “The Formation of a Socioeconomic Health Disparity: The Case of Cocaine Use During the 1980s and 1990s.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 49(3): 352-366.
2008 Link, Bruce G., Jo C. Phelan, Richard Miech, and Emily Leckman. 2008. “The Resources that Matter: Fundamental Social Causes of Health Disparities and the Challenge of Intelligence.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 49(1):72-91.
2007 Miech, Richard A., Chris Power, and William W. Eaton. 2007. “Disparities in Psychological Distress Across Education and Sex: A Longitudinal Analysis of Their Persistence Within A Cohort Over 19 Years.” Annals of Epidemiology 17(4):289-295.
2006 Miech, Richard, Shiriki Kumanyika , Nicolas Stettler, Bruce Link, Jo Phelan, Virginia Chang. “Trends in the Association of Poverty with Overweight among U.S. Adolescents: 1971-2004” JAMA, 295(20): 2385-2393.
2005 Miech, Richard A., Howard Chilcoat, and Valerie Harder. “The Increase in the Association of Education and Cocaine Use over the 1980s and 1990s: Evidence for a 'Historical Period' Effect.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 79:311-320.
2003 Miech, Richard A., William Eaton, and Kung-Yee Liang. “Occupational Stratification over the Life Course: A Comparison of Occupational Trajectories Across Race and Gender during the 1980s and 1990s.” Work and Occupations 30(4):440-473.
2001 Miech, Richard A., and Robert M. Hauser. “Socioeconomic Status (SES) and Health at Midlife; A Comparison of Educational Attainment with Occupation-Based Indicators.” Annals of Epidemiology, 11:75-84.
2000 Miech, Richard A., and Michael J. Shanahan. “Socioeconomic Status and Depression over the Life Course.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 41: 162-176.
1999 Miech, Richard A., Avshalom Caspi, Terrie E. Moffitt, Bradley R. Entner Wright, and Phil Silva. "Low Socio-Economic Status and Mental Illnesses: A Longitudinal Study of Selection and Causation During Young Adulthood." American Journal of Sociology, 104:112-47.