Publications

CREW Publications

Alcañiz M. and Solé-Auró A. (2018) Feeling good in old age: factors explaining health-related quality of life. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 16:48.

Arpino B. and Bordone V. (2018) Active Ageing Typologies: A Latent Class Analysis of the Older Europeans. In: Zaidi A., Harper S., Howse K., Lamura G., Perek-Białas J. (eds) Building Evidence for Active Ageing Policies. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore.

Arpino B., Bordone V. and Balbo N. (2018) Grandparenting, education and subjective wellbeing of older Europeans. European Journal of Ageing, 15(3), 251–263.

Arpino, B., Bordone, V., and Pasqualini, M. (2020). No clear association emerges between intergenerational relationships and COVID-19 fatality rates from macro-level analyses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 117(32), 19116-19121.

Arpino B., Bordone V. and Scherbov S. (2018) Smoking, education and the ability to predict own survival probabilities, Advances in Life Course Research; 37, 23-30.

Arpino B. and Gómez-León, M. (2020) Consequences on depression of combining grandparental childcare with other caregiving roles. Aging & Mental Health, 24(8), 1263-1270.

Arpino B., Gumà, J. and Julià A. (2018) Early-life conditions and health at older ages: the mediating role of educational attainment, family and employment trajectories. Plos One 13(4): e0195320.

Arpino B., Gumà, J. and Julià A. (2018) The demography of grandparenthood: the role of life histories. Demographic Research, 39(42), 1105–1150.

Arpino, B., Pasqualini, M., Bordone, V., and Solé-Auró, A. (Forthcoming) Older people’s non-physical contacts and depression during the COVID-19 lockdown. Forthcoming in The Gerontologist , doi: 10.1093/geront/gnaa144, published on-line 25 September 2020.

Arpino B. and Solé-Auró A. (2019) Education inequalities in health among older European men and women: the role of active aging.  Journal of Aging and Health; 31(1), 185-208.

Bolano D. and Arpino B. (2020) Life after death: Widowhood and volunteering gendered pathways among older adults. Demographic Research, 43 (21), 581–616.

Bordone V. and Arpino B. (2019) Grandparenthood, grandparenting and depression in 18 European countries. ZfF–Zeitschrift für Familienforschung/Journal of Family Research, 31(2).

Bordone V., Arpino B. and Rosina A. (2020) Forever young? Prevalence and correlates of feeling old, Ageing & Society, 40(8), 1669-1693.

De Santis G. (2018) “War on pensions is over. If you want it”, RIEDS – Rivista italiana di economia demografia e statistica, 72(3): 5-16, ISSN: 0035-6832.

De Santis G., Salinari G. (2019) One or more rates of ageing? The extended Gamma-Gompertz model (EGG), Statistical Methods and Applications, doi: 10.1007/s10260-019-00471-z)

De Santis G. and Salinari G (2018) What shapes population age structures in the long run”, in A. Abbruzzo, E. Brentari, M. Chiodi e D. Piacentino (Eds.), Book of short Papers SIS 2018, Pearson. ISBN-9788891910233.

Di Gessa G., Bordone V. and Arpino B. (Forthcoming) Becoming a grandparent and its effect on well-being: the role of order of transitions, time, and gender. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbz135, published on-line: 30 October 2019.

Gajan S. and Margolis R. (2019) Self-Rated Health by Sexual Orientation Among Middle-Aged and Older Adults in Canada. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. Available online: https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbz067.

Gennaro Chiara, Paccagnella Omar and Zaninotto Paola “A model-driven approach to better identify older people at risk of depression”, Ageing & Society, DOI: 10.1017/S0144686X19001077

Gori Cristiano, Morciano Marcello, Paccagnella Omar, Rebba Vincenzo (2019). Assistenza alle persone non autosufficienti: il nodo ineludibile dell’indennità di accompagnamento. In Giampaolo Arachi, Massimo Baldini (eds), La finanza pubblica italiana. Rapporto 2019, p. 255-270, Bologna: Il Mulino, ISBN: 881528432X.

Gumà J., Arpino B. and Solé-Auró (2019) Determinantes sociales de la salud de distintos niveles por género: Educación y hogar en España / Social determinants of health at distinct levels by gender: Education and household in Spain. Gaceta Sanitaria, 33(2), 127-133.

Gumà, J. & Fernández-Carro, C. (2019).  Life goes on: the influence of the perceived quality of social relations on older women’s mental health after the loss of a partner in Europe. Aging & Mental Health. DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2019.1675141.

Gumà, J., Solé-Auró, A., and Arpino, B. (2019). Examining social determinants of health: the role of education, household arrangements and country groups by gender. BMC Public Health, 19(1), 699.

Gumà, J., & Spijker, J. (2019). Are partner’s features important to understand health at older ages? The Spanish case. Gaceta sanitaria. DOI: 10.1016/j.gaceta.2019.07.005

Hämäläinen H., Tanskanen A.O., Danielsbacka M. and Arpino B. (2020) Short-term reciprocity between adult children and parents: A within-person investigation of longitudinal data. Advances in Life Course Research. 44, 100337.

Kim, Y. and Rizzi, E. (2019) Who does not intend to retire? Mothers’ opportunity costs and compensation at later ages in Europe. Ageing & Society. DOI: 10.1017/S0144686X19000503.

Margolis, R., and Arpino, B. (2018). The demography of grandparenthood in 16 European countries and two North American countries. In: Timonen V. (eds) Grandparenting practices around the world. Policy Press: Bristol, UK.

Margolis, Rachel, and Ashton M. Verdery. “Older adults without close kin in the United States.” The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 72.4 (2017): 688-693

Patterson, S. E., & Margolis, R. (2019). The Demography of Multigenerational Caregiving: A Critical Aspect of the Gendered Life Course. Socius. https://doi.org/10.1177/2378023119862737

Pirani E., De Santis G., Mattei A., Ballerini M. (2018) Is retirement bad for health? A matching approach, in A. Abbruzzo, E. Brentari, M. Chiodi e D. Piacentino (Eds.), Book of short Papers SIS 2018, Pearson. ISBN-9788891910233.

Quashie N., Arpino B., Antczak R. and Mair C. (Forthcoming) Childlessness and Health among Older Adults: Variation across 5 Outcomes and 20 Countries. Forthcoming in The Journal of Gerontology: Series B, doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbz153, published on-line: 26 November 2019.

Solé-Auró, A., and Cortina, C. (2019) “Exploring the role of family ties on life satisfaction in later life in Europe”, Journal of Family Research, forthcoming.

Solé-Auró, A., and Lozano, M. (2019). “Inequalities in Longevity by Education Level in Spain: A Life Satisfaction”, Social Indicators Research,144(2), 729-744. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-018-02057-w

Uccheddu D., Gauthier A.H., Steverink N. and Emery, T. (2019) Gender and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health at Older Ages Across Different European Welfare Clusters: Evidence from SHARE Data, 2004–2015. European Sociological Review, 35, 346–362.

Uccheddu D., Gauthier A.H., Steverink N. and Emery T. (2019) The pains and reliefs of the transitions into and out of spousal caregiving. A cross-national comparison of the health consequences of caregiving by gender. Social Science & Medicine, 240, 112517.

Verdery, Ashton M., and Rachel Margolis. “Projections of white and black older adults without living kin in the United States, 2015 to 2060.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114.42 (2017): 11109-11114.

Verdery, A. M., Margolis, R., Zhou, Z., Chai, X., & Rittirong, J. (2018). Kinlessness Around the World. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B.

Vlachantoni, A., Evandrou, M, Falkingham, J. and Gomez-Leon, M. (2019) Caught in the middle in mid-life: provision of care across multiple generations, Ageing & Society, Forthcoming (On-line first). doi:10.1017/S0144686X19000047.

Zhou Z., Verdery A.M. and Margolis R. No Spouse, No Son, No Daughter, No Kin in Contemporary China: Prevalence, Correlates, and Differences in Economic Support. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B (2018).