Title:Are Socioeconomic Differences in Mortality Greater in a more Equal Society? Author(s):HOFFMANN, RasmusDate:2009Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2009/16Abstract:The magnitude of socioeconomic mortality differences changes between countries. This could be attributed to the level of social inequality and explicit policy interventions to address social inequality in health. However, ...
Title:What Makes Social Mortality Differences Decline in Old Age? Author(s):HOFFMANN, RasmusDate:2009Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2009/17Abstract:In many empirical studies mortality differences between socioeconomic groups (SES) decrease in the higher age groups. However, the mechanism behind this convergence is unknown. This study presents empirical evidence and ...
Title:Arm oder reich? – erst bei Krankheit bedeutungslos Author(s):HOFFMANN, RasmusDate:2008Citation:
- Demografische Forschung aus erster Hand, 2008, 5, 3, 1-4
Title:Gender Differences in Trajectories of Health Limitations and Subsequent Mortality. A Study Based on the German Socioeconomic Panel 1995-2001 with A Mortality Follow-Up 2002-2005 Author(s):DOBLHAMMER, Gabriele; HOFFMANN, RasmusDate:2010Citation:
- Journals of Gerontology Series B-Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 2010, 65, 4, 482-491
Type:ArticleAbstract:Objectives. Although research on health limitations has investigated gender differences in health and mortality gender differentials in individual-level trajectories have been studied less frequently Moreover, there are ...
Title:Entstehungsgründe sozialer Ungleichheiten in Gesundheit und Altersmortalität Author(s):HOFFMANN, RasmusDate:2008Citation:
- BAUER Ullrich, BITTLINGMAYER, Uwe H. RICHTER Matthias (eds), Health Inequalities : Determinanten und Mechanismen gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit, Wiesbaden : VS, Verl. für Sozialwiss, 2008, 403-429
Type:Contribution to book
Title:Socioeconomic Differences in Old Age Mortality Author(s):HOFFMANN, RasmusDate:2008Citation:
- New York, Springer, 2008
Type:BookAbstract:Social differences in health and mortality constitute a persistent finding in epidemiological, demographic, and sociological research. This topic is increasingly discussed in the political debate and is among the most ...
Title:A systematic literature review of studies analyzing the effect of sex, age, education, marital status, obesity, and smoking on health transitions Author(s):DOBLHAMMER, Gabriele; HOFFMANN, Rasmus; MUTH, Elena; WESTPHAL, Christina; KRUSE, AnneDate:2009Citation:
- Demographic research, 2009, 20, 37-64
Type:ArticleAbstract:Sex, age, education, marital status, obesity, and smoking have been found to affect health transitions between non-disabled, disabled, and death. Our aim is to review the research literature on this topic and provide ...