Lifecourses in Europe Analyses of SHARE & ELSA
by Morten Wahrendorf, ICLS
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  • Börsch-Supan, A., Brandt, M., Hank, K., & Schröder, M. (2011). The Individual and the Welfare State. Life Histories in Europe. Berlin: Springer.
  • Brandt, M., Deindl, C., & Hank, K. (2012). Tracing the origins of successful aging: The role of childhood conditions and social inequality in explaining later life health. Social Science & Medicine, 74(9), 1418-1425. doi:
  • Lyberaki, A., Tinios, P., & Papadoudis, G. (2013). Retrospective explanation of older women's lifetime work involvement: Individual paths around social norms. Advances in Life Course Research, 18(1), 26-45. doi:
  • Schröder, M. (2013). Jobless now, sick later? Investigating the long-term consequences of involuntary job loss on health. Advances in Life Course Research, 18(1), 5-15. doi:
  • Wahrendorf, M., Blane, D., Bartley, M., Dragano, N., & Siegrist, J. (2013). Working conditions in mid-life and mental health in older ages. Advances in Life Course Research, 18(1), 16-25. doi:
  • Webb, E., Blane, D., & de Vries, R. (2013). Housing and respiratory health at older ages. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 67(3), 280-285. doi:
  • More to follow.
Mail: Based on SHARELIFE and ELSA lifehistory data