Pavel Grigoriev
Pavel Grigoriev
Research Group Leader, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany
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The recent mortality decline in Russia: beginning of the cardiovascular revolution?
P Grigoriev, F Meslé, VM Shkolnikov, E Andreev, A Fihel, M Pechholdova, ...
Population and Development review 40 (1), 107-129, 2014
Data resource profile: the human mortality database (HMD)
M Barbieri, JR Wilmoth, VM Shkolnikov, D Glei, D Jasilionis, D Jdanov, ...
International journal of epidemiology 44 (5), 1549-1556, 2015
Mortality in Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia: divergence in recent trends and possible explanations
P Grigoriev, V Shkolnikov, E Andreev, D Jasilionis, D Jdanov, F Meslé, ...
European journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 26 (3), 245-274, 2010
The huge reduction in adult male mortality in Belarus and Russia: is it attributable to anti-alcohol measures?
P Grigoriev, EM Andreev
PLoS one 10 (9), e0138021, 2015
Trends, patterns, and determinants of regional mortality in Belarus, 1990–2007
P Grigoriev, G Doblhammer-Reiter, V Shkolnikov
Population studies 67 (1), 61-81, 2013
Producing reliable mortality estimates in the context of distorted population statistics: the case of Moldova
O Penina, D Jdanov, P Grigoriev
Disparities in length of life across developed countries: measuring and decomposing changes over time within and between country groups
S Timonin, VM Shkolnikov, D Jasilionis, P Grigoriev, DA Jdanov, DA Leon
Population health metrics 14 (1), 1-19, 2016
Socioeconomic disparities in life expectancy gains among retired German men, 1997–2016
G Wenau, P Grigoriev, V Shkolnikov
J Epidemiol Community Health 73 (7), 605-611, 2019
The German East-West mortality difference: two crossovers driven by smoking
T Vogt, A van Raalte, P Grigoriev, M Myrskylä
Demography 54 (3), 1051-1071, 2017
Self-perceived health in Belarus: Evidence from the income and expenditures of households survey
P Grigoriev, O Grigorieva
Demographic Research 24, 551-578, 2011
Health convergence between East and West Germany as reflected in long-term cause-specific mortality trends: to what extent was it due to reunification?
P Grigoriev, M Pechholdová
European journal of population 33 (5), 701-731, 2017
Spatial variation of male alcohol-related mortality in Belarus and Lithuania
P Grigoriev, D Jasilionis, VM Shkolnikov, F Meslé, J Vallin
The European Journal of Public Health 26 (1), 95-101, 2016
Individual-and area-level characteristics associated with alcohol-related mortality among adult Lithuanian males: A multilevel analysis based on census-linked data
P Grigoriev, D Jasilionis, D Stumbrys, V Stankūnienė, VM Shkolnikov
PloS one 12 (7), e0181622, 2017
About mortality data for Belarus. Human mortality database: Background and documentation
P Grigoriev
University of California, Berkeley and Max Planck Institute for Demographic …, 2008
The mass emigration context of Lithuania: patterns and policy options
S Klüsener, V Stankūnienė, P Grigoriev, D Jasilionis
International Migration 53 (5), 179-193, 2015
Reconstruction of continuous time series of mortality by cause of death in Belarus, 1965–2010
P Grigoriev, F Meslé, J Vallin
Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany, 2012
Alcohol control policies and mortality trends in Belarus
P Grigoriev, A Bobrova
Drug and alcohol review 39 (7), 805-817, 2020
Declining regional disparities in mortality in the context of persisting large inequalities in economic conditions: the case of Germany
AA van Raalte, S Klüsener, A Oksuzyan, P Grigoriev
International journal of epidemiology 49 (2), 486-496, 2020
About mortality data for East Germany
RD Scholz, DA Jdanov, E Kibele, P Grigoriev, S Klüsener
Human Mortality Database (http://www. mortality. org/): University of …, 2016
Adjusting inter-censal population estimates for Germany 1987-2011: Approaches and impact on demographic indicators
S Klüsener, P Grigoriev, RD Scholz, DA Jdanov
Comparative Population Studies 43, 2018
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