Bevölkerungsdynamik und Nachhaltiges Wohlbefinden

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Analyzing and Monitoring the Early Spread of COVID-19: A Demographic Perspective

Ugofilippo Basellini, Diego Alburez-Gutierrez, Emilio Zagheni; in Zusammenarbeit mit Marco Bonetti (Bocconi University, Milan, Italien), Carlo Giovanni Camarda (French National Institute for Demographic Studies, Paris, Frankreich)

In this project, we analyze and monitor the initial spread of COVID-19 and propose new methods to estimate excess mortality. The goal is to provide researchers and policy makers alike with insights into and real-time information on the evolution of the pandemic.  Ausführliche Beschreibung

Covid-19 in Italien

Maps of Italy showing, for each region, the magnitude of newly reported SARS-CoV-2 infections (left) and their rates of change (right) on October 27, 2020. © Bonetti and Basellini (2021)

Covid-19 mortality rates in Italian regions by epidemic onset

Start date of the epidemic by region (left-hand panel) and smoothed Covid-19 log mortality rates over time (right-hand panels): Italy, late February to mid-July 2020. Regions with earlier epidemic outbreaks show on average higher levels of Covid-19 mortality than regions with later outbreaks. © Basellini and Camarda (2022)


Alterung, Sterblichkeit und Langlebigkeit, Statistik und Mathematik

Schlagworte (Region):

Europa, Großbritannien, Guatemala, Italien


Basellini, U.; Camarda, C. G.:
Population Studies 76:1, 99–118. (2022)    
Basellini, U.; Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Del Fava, E.; Perrotta, D.; Bonetti, M.; Camarda, C. G.; Zagheni, E.:
SSM-Population Health 14:100799, 1–18. (2021)    
Bonetti, M.; Basellini, U.:
Demographic Research 44:12, 307–332. (2021)    
Martinez-Folgar, K.; Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Paniagua-Avila, A.; Ramirez-Zea, M.; Bilal, U.:
American Journal of Public Health 111:10, 1839–1846. (2021)    
Das Max-Planck-Institut für demografische Forschung (MPIDR) in Rostock ist eines der international führenden Zentren für Bevölkerungswissenschaft. Es gehört zur Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, einer der weltweit renommiertesten Forschungsgemeinschaften.