Mikko Myrskylä
Mikko Myrskylä
Director, Max Planck Institute for Demography; Professor, University of Helsinki
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TitleCited byYear
Advances in development reverse fertility declines
M Myrskylä, HP Kohler, FC Billari
Nature 460 (7256), 741-743, 2009
6332009
Happiness: Before and after the kids
M Myrskylä, R Margolis
Demography 51 (5), 1843-1866, 2014
2152014
A global perspective on happiness and fertility
R Margolis, M Myrskylä
Population and development review 37 (1), 29-56, 2011
2052011
New cohort fertility forecasts for the developed world: Rises, falls, and reversals
M Myrskylä, JR Goldstein, YA Cheng
Population and Development Review 39 (1), 31-56, 2013
1442013
Always the third rail? Pension income and policy preferences in European democracies
J Lynch, M Myrskylä
Comparative Political Studies 42 (8), 1068-1097, 2009
1062009
High development and fertility: fertility at older reproductive ages and gender equality explain the positive link
M Myrskylä, HP Kohler, F Billari
1052011
Maternal age and offspring adult health: evidence from the health and retirement study
M Myrskylä, A Fenelon
Demography 49 (4), 1231-1257, 2012
1022012
Weight change, initial BMI, and mortality among middle-and older-aged adults.
M Myrskylä, VW Chang
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 20 (6), 840-848, 2009
81*2009
Income differences in life expectancy: the changing contribution of harmful consumption of alcohol and smoking
P Martikainen, P Mäkelä, R Peltonen, M Myrskylä
Epidemiology 25 (2), 182-190, 2014
682014
Childlessness drives the sex difference in the association between income and reproductive success of modern Europeans
JA Barthold, M Myrskylä, OR Jones
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (6), 628-638, 2012
652012
Is later better or worse? Association of advanced parental age with offspring cognitive ability among half a million young Swedish men
M Myrskylä, K Silventoinen, P Tynelius, F Rasmussen
American journal of epidemiology 177 (7), 649-655, 2013
562013
Parental well-being surrounding first birth as a determinant of further parity progression
R Margolis, M Myrskylä
Demography 52 (4), 1147-1166, 2015
542015
Advanced maternal age and offspring outcomes: Reproductive aging and counterbalancing period trends
K Barclay, M Myrskylä
Population and development review, 69-94, 2016
532016
Income inequality and population health: an analysis of panel data for 21 developed countries, 1975–2006
R Torre, M Myrskylä
Population studies 68 (1), 1-13, 2014
51*2014
Socioeconomic status across the life course and all-cause and cause-specific mortality in Finland
IT Elo, P Martikainen, M Myrskylä
Social science & medicine 119, 198-206, 2014
48*2014
Lifespan variation by occupational class: compression or stagnation over time?
AA van Raalte, P Martikainen, M Myrskylä
Demography 51 (1), 73-95, 2014
362014
Bayesian forecasting of cohort fertility
C Schmertmann, E Zagheni, JR Goldstein, M Myrskylä
Journal of the American Statistical Association 109 (506), 500-513, 2014
352014
Advanced maternal age and the risk of low birth weight and preterm delivery: a within-family analysis using Finnish population registers
A Goisis, H Remes, K Barclay, P Martikainen, M Myrskylä
American journal of epidemiology 186 (11), 1219-1226, 2017
332017
Age-specific fertility by educational level in the Finnish male cohort born 1940-50
J Nisén, P Martikainen, K Silventoinen, M Myrskylä
Demographic Research 31 (1), 119-136, 2014
332014
New cohort fertility forecasts for the developed world
M Myrskylä, JR Goldstein, YHA Cheng
Rostock: Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR working paper …, 2012
332012
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