Finn Hedefalk
Finn Hedefalk
Researcher, Centre for Economic Demography and Department of Economic History, Lund University
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Region of origin: Settlement decisions of Turkish and Iranian immigrants in Sweden, 1968–2001
S Aradhya, F Hedefalk, J Helgertz, K Scott
Population, Space and Place 23 (4), e2031, 2017
192017
Spatiotemporal historical datasets at micro-level for geocoded individuals in five Swedish parishes, 1813–1914
F Hedefalk, P Svensson, L Harrie
Scientific Data 4 (170046), 2017
142017
Methods to create a longitudinal integrated demographic and geographic database on the micro-Level: a case study of five Swedish rural parishes, 1813–1914
F Hedefalk, L Harrie, P Svensson
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History …, 2015
132015
Unequal lands: Soil type, nutrition and child mortality in southern Sweden, 1850-1914
F Hedefalk, L Quaranta, T Bengtsson
Demographic Research 36 (36), 1039-1080, 2017
112017
Comparing Knowledge-Driven and Data-Driven Modeling methods for susceptibility mapping in spatial epidemiology: a case study in Visceral Leishmaniasis
M Rajabi, A Mansourian, P Pilesjo, F Hedefalk, R Groth, A Bazmani
17th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science 2014 …, 2014
82014
Importance of the geocoding level for historical demographic analyses: A case study of rural parishes in Sweden, 1850–1914
F Hedefalk, K Pantazatou, L Quaranta, L Harrie
Spatial Demography, 1-35, 2017
52017
An old mom keeps you young: Mother’s age at last birth and offspring longevity in nineteenth-century Utah
S Hin, B Ogórek, F Hedefalk
Biodemography and social biology 62 (2), 164-181, 2016
52016
Extending the Intermediate Data Structure (IDS) for longitudinal historical databases to include geographic data
F Hedefalk, L Harrie, P Svensson
Historical Life Course Studies 1, 27-46, 2014
52014
The social context of nearest neighbors shapes educational attainment regardless of class origin
F Hedefalk, M Dribe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (26), 14918-14925, 2020
32020
Life paths through space and time: Adding the micro-level geographic context to longitudinal historical demographic research
F Hedefalk
Lund University, 2016
22016
Life histories across time and space: methods for including geographic factors on the micro-level in longitudinal demographic research
F Hedefalk
Lund University, 2014
22014
Geografisk tillgänglighet för cykling i städer: Modellutveckling och fallstudier
K Robertson, J Andersson, F Hedefalk
K2 RESEARCH 2018 (1), 2018
12018
Pushing and Pulling: Determinants of migration during Sweden’s industrialisation
B Eriksson, S Aradhya, F Hedefalk
Social Science History Association Annual Meeting, 2016
12016
The influence of geocoding level and definition of geographic context variables on historical demographic analyses
K Pantazatou, F Hedefalk, L Harrie, L Quaranta
19th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2016
12016
Making Swedish Environmental Geodata INSPIRE Conformant: A Harmonization Case Study
F Hedefalk, A Östman
Mapping and Image Science 3, 30-39, 2011
12011
Population flows in times of economic growth and recession: the case of Landskrona
A Tegunimataka, P Svensson, F Hedefalk
2021
Childhood neighborhoods and health in adulthood: A life-course and nearest neighbor approach for Sweden 1939-2015
F Hedefalk, I van Dijk, M Dribe
Population Association of America's annual meeting, 2021, 2021
2021
Does Childhood Neighborhood Segregation Affect Individual Educational Choice? A Longitudinal Study of a Swedish City 1948–2011
F Hedefalk, M Dribe
2018
Pushing and Pulling: A population based approach to analysing the historical determinants of internal migration
S Aradhya, B Eriksson, F Hedefalk
XXVIII International Population Conference (IUSSP), 2017, 2017
2017
Integrating longitudinal historic demographic data with detailed geographic data
F Hedefalk, L Harrie, P Svensson
Proceedings of SSHA, 2013
2013
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