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2022-07-13
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2022-07-13
11:18
[DZNE-2022-01317] Journal Article (Review Article)
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Social inequalities in disability-free and healthy life expectancy in Austria.
Wiener klinische Wochenschrift 110(11), 393-396 ()
The purpose of this study is to describe socioeconomic differences in the health status and mortality of the Austrian population. Socioeconomic differentials in disability and self-perceived health are studied on the basis of educational groups. [...]

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2022-07-13
11:13
[DZNE-2022-01316] Journal Article (Review Article)
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Determinants of mortality at older ages in Europe
Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 32(2), 61 pp. ()
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2022-07-13
10:56
[DZNE-2022-01315] Journal Article (Review Article)
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Seasonality of Birth in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Austria: Steps toward a Unified Theory of Human Reproductive Seasonality
MPIDR Working Paper WP 1999-013 013, 1-38 ()
We present an analysis of birth seasonality in nine geographical regions within Austria for two time periods, 1881-1912 and 1947-1959. In the early period, geography, climate, and agricultural patterns were related to birth seasonality. [...]
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2022-07-13
10:21
DBCoverage [DZNE-2022-01313] Journal Article (Review Article)

Longevity and month of birth: Evidence from Austria and Denmark
This article shows that in two European countries, Austria and Denmark, a person’slife span correlates with his or her month of birth. It presents evidence that this pattern is not the result of the seasonal distribution of death. [...]
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2022-07-08
10:58
[DZNE-2022-01260] Journal Article (Review Article)
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Seasonality of birth in nineteenth‐and twentieth‐century Austria
We present an analysis of birth seasonality in nine geographical regions within Austria for two time periods, 1881–1912 and 1947–1959. In the early period, geography, climate, and agricultural patterns were related to birth seasonality. [...]
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2022-07-08
10:49
[DZNE-2022-01259] Journal Article (Review Article)

Reproductive history and mortality later in life: A comparative study of England and Wales and Austria
Population studies 54(2), Pages 169 - 176 () [10.1080/713779087]
Does a woman's reproductive history influence her life span? This study explores the question with data from the contemporary female populations of England and Wales and Austria. It is the first comparative study to investigate the relationship between fertility and mortality late in life. [...]
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2022-07-08
10:42
[DZNE-2022-01258] Journal Article (Review Article)
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Compression or expansion of morbidity? Trends in healthy-life expectancy in the elderly Austrian population between 1978 and 1998
The aim of our study is to test the theories of compression or expansion of morbidity on the basis of data on the elderly population of Austria. Our data come from four microcensus surveys for the years 1978, 1983, 1991, and 1998. [...]
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2022-07-08
10:23
[DZNE-2022-01257] Journal Article (Review Article)
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Lifespan depends on month of birth
Month of birth influences adult life expectancy at ages 50+. Why? In two countries of the Northern Hemisphere–Austria and Denmark–people born in autumn (October–December) live longer than those born in spring (April–June). [...]
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2022-07-06
16:12
[DZNE-2022-01256] Journal Article (Review Article)

Differences in Lifespan by Month of Birth for the United States: The impact of early life events and conditions on late life mortality
MPIDR Working Paper 019, 48 Pages ()
We find significant differences in the mean age at death by month of birth on the basis of 15 million US death certificates for the years 1989 to 1997: those born in fall live about 0.44 of a year longer than those born in spring. The difference depends on race, region of birth, marital status, and education: the differences are largest for the less educated, forthose who have never been married and for blacks, and the differences are more marked in the South than in the North. [...]
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