Friday, June 8 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM   •   E0.11

Session 56:
Mortality and Longevity

Chair: Siegfried Gruber, University of Graz

  1. Longevity of Estonian Volunteers in the Finnish Army: A 72-Year Follow-up Study of the Impact of Post-War Life Course and repressions.Lauri Leppik, Tallinn University, Estonian Institute of Population Studies ; Allan Puur, Estonian Institute for Population Studies, Tallinn University

  2. Social Class Differences in Infant Mortality and Vulnerability to Short-Term Economic Stress in a Hungarian Rural Town, Keszthely, 1775-1850Levente Pakot, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute

  3. Exposure to Early-Life Mortality and Offspring MortalityIngrid van Dijk, Radboud University Nijmegen

  4. Differential Mortality Among Italian Soldiers in the WwiAlessio Fornasin, University of Trieste

  5. Spanish Influenza in Madrid: Contextualizing Timing and Strength Differences in Spatial and Social VariationsLaura Cilek, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales - CSIC

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