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Gender Gaps in Health and Survival

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The Baltic Sea States Project

Jennifer Caputo, Anna Oksuzyan, Andreas Höhn

This project analyzes current situations and long-term trends in social vulnerability in the Baltic Sea States in various areas, such as family and labor trajectories, health status over the life course, international migration, and mobility trends.

See the project description here:

Research Keywords:

Ageing, Mortality and Longevity, Data and Surveys, Demographic Change, Economics, Employment, Retirement, Family Behavior, Health Care, Public Health, Medicine, and Epidemiology, Intergenerational Relationships, Internal Migration, Housing, Urbanisation, International Migration, Ethnic Minorities, Life Course, Migration, Policies, Politics, Administration, Welfare State, Projections and Forecasting

Region keywords:

Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation, Sweden


Höhn, A.; Gampe, J.; Lindahl-Jacobsen, R.; Christensen, K.; Oksuzyan, A.:
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 74:7, 573–579. (2020)    
Seaman, R. J.; Höhn, A.; Lindahl-Jacobsen, R.; Martikainen, P.; van Raalte, A. A.; Christensen, K.:
European Journal of Epidemiology 35:5, 381–388. (2020)    
Carollo, A.; Calduch Verdiell, N.; Hale, J. M.; Andersen-Ranberg, K.; Lindahl-Jacobsen, R.; Oksuzyan, A.:
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 67:3, 471–476. (2019)    
Oksuzyan, A.; Dańko, M. J.; Caputo, J.; Jasilionis, D.; Shkolnikov, V. M.:
Social Science and Medicine 228, 41–50. (2019)    
Oksuzyan, A.; Sauer, T.; Gampe, J.; Höhn, A.; Wod, M.; Christensen, K.; Wastesson, J. W.:
Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 74:5, 742–747. (2019)    
Höhn, A.; Aagaard Larsen, L.; Schneider, D. C.; Lindahl-Jacobsen, R.; Rau, R.; Christensen, K.; Oksuzyan, A.:
BMJ Open 8:7, e021813–e021813. (2018)    
Solé-Auró, A.; Jasilionis, D.; Li, P.; Oksuzyan, A.:
European Journal of Public Health 28:5, 847–852. (2018)    
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