Sven Drefahl
Sven Drefahl
Associate Professor in Demography, Stockholm University
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Whose job instability affects the likelihood of becoming a parent in Italy? A tale of two partners
D Vignoli, S Drefahl, G De Santis
Demographic Research 26 (2), 41-62, 2012
How does the age gap between partners affect their survival?
S Drefahl
Demography 47 (2), 313-326, 2010
Do the Married Really Live Longer? The Role of Cohabitation and Socioeconomic Status
S Drefahl
Journal of Marriage and Family 74 (3), 462-475, 2012
Age-Specific Trends in Morbidity, Mortality and Case-Fatality from Cardiovascular Disease, Myocardial Infarction and Stroke in Advanced Age: Evaluation in the Swedish Population
K Modig, T Andersson, S Drefahl, A Ahlbom
PLOS ONE 8 (5), e64928, 2013
Marital status, education, and income in relation to the risk of esophageal and gastric cancer by histological type and site
J Lagergren, G Andersson, M Talbäck, S Drefahl, E Bihagen, J Härkönen, ...
Cancer 122 (2), 207-212, 2016
Declining incidence trends for hip fractures have not been accompanied by improvements in lifetime risk or post-fracture survival–A nationwide study of the Swedish population …
K Karampampa, A Ahlbom, K Michaëlsson, T Andersson, S Drefahl, ...
Bone 78, 55-61, 2015
Future Mortality in Low Mortality Countries
G Caselli, S Drefahl, C Wegner-Siegmundt, M Luy
World Population and Human Capital in the Twenty-First Century, 226-272, 2014
Long‐distance migration and mortality in Sweden: Testing the salmon bias and healthy migrant hypotheses
G Andersson, S Drefahl
Population, Space and Place 23 (4), e2032, 2017
Trends in age at first hospital admission in relation to trends in life expectancy in Swedish men and women above the age of 60
K Karampampa, S Drefahl, T Andersson, A Ahlbom, K Modig
BMJ open 3 (9), 2013
The aging population in Sweden: can declining incidence rates in MI, stroke and cancer counterbalance the future demographic challenges?
K Modig, S Drefahl, T Andersson, A Ahlbom
European Journal of Epidemiology, 1-7, 2012
Losing ground-Swedish life expectancy in a comparative perspective
S Drefahl, A Ahlbom, K Modig
PloS one 9 (2), 2014
The era of centenarians: mortality of the oldest old in Sweden
S Drefahl, H Lundström, K Modig, A Ahlbom
Journal of Internal Medicine 272 (1), 100-102, 2012
Socio-demographic and geographical factors in esophageal and gastric cancer mortality in Sweden
R Ljung, S Drefahl, G Andersson, J Lagergren
PloS one 8 (4), 2013
Early life conditions, partnership histories, and mortality risk for Swedish men and women born 1915–1929
R Donrovich, S Drefahl, I Koupil
Social Science & Medicine 108, 60-67, 2014
The aging population. Continuing increase of average longevity is a controversial and exciting question].
A Ahlbom, S Drefahl, H Lundström
Läkartidningen 107 (48), 3048-3051, 2010
All-cause mortality, age at arrival, and duration of residence among adult migrants in Sweden: A population-based longitudinal study
SP Juárez, S Drefahl, A Dunlavy, M Rostila
SSM-population health 6, 16-25, 2018
Does Improved Survival Lead to a More Fragile Population: Time Trends in Second and Third Hospital Admissions among Men and Women above the Age of 60 in Sweden
K Karampampa, T Andersson, S Drefahl, A Ahlbom, K Modig
PloS one 9 (6), e99034, 2014
Transradial Access and Radiation Exposure in Diagnostic and Interventional Coronary Procedures
S Rigattieri, A Sciahbasi, S Drefahl, E Mussino, M Cera, C Di Russo, ...
Journal of Invasive Cardiology 26 (9), 469-474, 2014
Limitless longevity: Comment on the Contribution of rectangularization to the secular increase of life expectancy
K Modig, S Drefahl, A Ahlbom
International journal of epidemiology 42 (3), 914-916, 2013
A population-based cohort study of socio-demographic risk factors for COVID-19 deaths in Sweden
S Drefahl, M Wallace, E Mussino, S Aradhya, M Kolk, M Brandén, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-7, 2020
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