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Cilek L., Chowell, G. & Ramiro, D., (2018). Age-Specific Excess Mortality Patterns During the 1918–1920 Influenza Pandemic in Madrid, Spain. American Journal of Epidemiology, kwy171.

Bengtsson, T., Dribe, M. & Helgertz, J. (2018). When Did the Health Gradient Emerge? Income, Social Class and Mortality, Sweden 1813-2011. Lund Papers in Economic Demography 2018:2.

Dribe, M. & Eriksson, B. (2018). Socioeconomic Status and Adult Life Expectancy in Early 20th-Century Sweden: Evidence from Full-Count Micro Census Data. Lund Papers in Economic Demography 2018:1.

Ramiro, D., Garcia, S., Casado, Y., Cilek, L., & Chowell, G. (2018). Age-specific excess mortality patterns and transmissibility during the 1889–1890 influenza pandemic in Madrid, Spain. Annals of epidemiology28(5), 267-272.

Rosenbaum-Feldbrügge, M. (2018). Gender differences in response to family crisis: changes in household composition and migration of widowed parents with minor children in the Netherlands, 1863 –1910, The History of the Family.

Santos Sánchez, V., Ruiu, G., Breschi, M. and Pozzi, L. (2018). Mortality trends in Sardinia 1992-2015: an ecological study.  Book of short Papers SIS 2018, ISBN-9788891910233. Pearson, 2018.

Quaranta, L. (2018). Program for Studying Intergenerational Transmissions in Infant Mortality Using the Intermediate Data Structure (IDS). Historical Life Course Studies. Special Issue 2, 2018.

van der Linden, B. W., Courvoisier, D. S., Cheval, B., Sieber, S., Bracke, P., Guessous, I., … & Cullati, S. (2018). Effect of childhood socioeconomic conditions on cancer onset in later life: an ambidirectional cohort study. International journal of public health, 1-12.

Dribe, M. Eriksson, B. & Scalone, F. (2017). Migration, Marriage, and Social Mobility: Women in Sweden 1880-1900. Lund Papers in Economic Demography 2017:1.

Ramiro-Fariñas, D., Viciana-Fernández, F. J., & Cobo, V. M. (2017). Will highly educated women have more children in the future? In Southern Europe, it will largely depend on labour market conditions. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research15, 1-6.

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