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Project

Linked Lives: The Importance of the Family for Socioeconomic Attainment, Health, and Mortality

Kieron Barclay, Mikko Myrskylä, Pekka Martikainen (MPIDR / University of Helsinki, Finland)

In this project, we examine how the attributes of one’s family members, as well as demographic events that impact family members, may affect a range of outcomes for the index person, from educational and socioeconomic attainment to health and mortality.  Detailed Description

Research Keywords:

Aging, Mortality and Longevity, Intergenerational Relationships

Region keywords:

Finland, Sweden, USA

Publications

Grätz, M.; Barclay, K. J.; Wiborg, Ø.; Lyngstad, T.; Karhula, A.; Erola, J.; Präg, P.; Laidley, T.; Conley, D.:
Demography 58:3, 1011–1037. (2021)    
Barclay, K. J.; Donrovich Thorén, R.; Hanson, H. A.; Smith, K. R.:
Demography 57:6, 2169–2198. (2020)    
Barclay, K. J.; Donrovich Thorén, R.; Hanson, H. A.; Smith, K. R.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2019-010. (2019)    
Barclay, K. J.; Hällsten, M.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2019-008. (2019)    
Einiö, E.; Martikainen, P.:
American Journal of Epidemiology 188:1, 110–118. (2019)    
Grätz, M.; Barclay, K. J.; Wiborg, Ø.; Lyngstad, T.; Karhula, A.; Erola, J.; Präg, P.; Laidley, T.; Conley, D.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2019-007. (2019)    
Torssander, J.; Moustgaard, H.; Peltonen, R.; Kilpi, F.; Martikainen, P.:
SSM-Population Health 4, 271–279. (2018)    
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