Jenny Torssander
Jenny Torssander
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Stratification and mortality—A comparison of education, class, status, and income
J Torssander, R Erikson
European Sociological Review 26 (4), 465-474, 2010
1792010
Causal effect of education on mortality in a quasi-experiment on 1.2 million Swedes
ACJ Lager, J Torssander
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (22), 8461-8466, 2012
1362012
From child to parent? The significance of children’s education for their parents’ longevity
J Torssander
Demography 50 (2), 637-659, 2013
902013
Social class and cause of death
R Erikson, J Torssander
European journal of public health 18 (5), 473-478, 2008
742008
Marital partner and mortality: the effects of the social positions of both spouses
J Torssander, R Erikson
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 63 (12), 992-998, 2009
612009
Adult children's socioeconomic positions and their parents' mortality: a comparison of education, occupational class, and income
J Torssander
Social science & medicine 122, 148-156, 2014
442014
Payback time? Influence of having children on mortality in old age
K Modig, M Talbäck, J Torssander, A Ahlbom
J Epidemiol Community Health 71 (5), 424-430, 2017
392017
Trends in life expectancy by income and the role of specific causes of death
K Hederos, M Jäntti, L Lindahl, J Torssander
Economica 85 (339), 606-625, 2018
29*2018
Clerics die, doctors survive: a note on death risks among highly educated professionals
R Erikson, J Torssander
Scandinavian journal of public health 37 (3), 227-231, 2009
252009
Stratification and Mortality-A Comparison of Education, Class, Status and Income
J Torssander, R Erikson
72008
Four decades of educational inequalities in hospitalization and mortality among older Swedes
J Torssander, A Ahlbom, K Modig
PloS one 11 (3), e0152369, 2016
62016
Trends in life expectancy by income and the role of specific causes of death
K Eriksson, M Jäntti, L Lindahl, J Torssander
Swedish Institute for Social Research, Working Paper (8/2014), 2014
62014
Family of origin and educational inequalities in mortality: Results from 1.7 million Swedish siblings
LH Mortensen, J Torssander
SSM-population health 3, 192-200, 2017
52017
Trajectories of economic, work-and health-related disadvantage and subsequent mortality risk: findings from the 1953 Stockholm birth cohort
J Torssander, YB Almquist
Advances in Life Course Research 31, 57-67, 2017
52017
The spillover influence of partner’s education on myocardial infarction incidence and survival
F Kilpi, P Martikainen, H Konttinen, K Silventoinen, J Torssander, ...
Epidemiology 29 (2), 237-245, 2018
32018
Parents survive longer after stroke than childless individuals: a prospective cohort study of Swedes over the age of 65
AC Meyer, J Torssander, M Talbäck, K Modig
European journal of public health 29 (6), 1090-1095, 2019
22019
Equality in Death
J Torssander
How the Social Positions of Individuals and Families are Linked to Mortality, 2013
22013
Is childhood intelligence associated with coexisting disadvantages in adulthood? Evidence from a Swedish cohort study
S Fors, J Torssander, YB Almquist
Advances in Life Course Research 38, 12-21, 2018
12018
Partner resources and incidence and survival in two major causes of death
J Torssander, H Moustgaard, R Peltonen, F Kilpi, P Martikainen
SSM-population health 4, 271-279, 2018
12018
Equality in Death?: How the Social Positions of Individuals and Families are Linked to Mortality
J Torssander
Department of Sociology, Stockholm University, 2013
12013
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