Professor of demography (Ph.D.)

Current research interests include changes and causes of socioeconomic differences in cause-specific mortality, and various issues relating to ageing populations. He is also working on the health effects of marital status and living arrangements, as well as the competing effects of characteristics of areas and characteristics of individuals on mortality, and has been involved in cross-national comparisons of health inequalities.

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Pekka
Martikainen
Professor
Demography
Field of science Sociology

Emeritus professor of sociology and demography (Ph.D.)

Research interests:
macro-social determinants of social exclusion; trends in the social and demographic structure of urban areas; trends and differentials in mortality.

Email: tapani.valkonen@helsinki.fi

Akseli Aittomäki (Ph.D.)

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Elina Brandt (née Mäenpää) (D.Soc.Sc.)

Helsinki Region Transport

Julia Hellstrand (M.Sc)

University of Helsinki
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Kimmo Herttua (D.Soc.Sc.)

Syddansk Universitet
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Aline Jelenkovic (Ph.D.)

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Fanny Kilpi (D.Soc.Sc.)

University of Bristol
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Hanna Konttinen

University of Helsinki
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Taina Leinonen (D.Soc.Sc.)

Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
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Netta Mäki (D.Soc.Sc.)

City of Helsinki Urban Facts
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Jessica Nisén (D.Soc.Sc.)

Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR)
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Outi Sirniö (D.Soc.Sc.)

University of Turku / Stockholm University
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Maria Valaste

University of Helsinki
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