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Matthew Wallace
Matthew Wallace
Researcher, SUDA, Stockholm University
Adresse e-mail validée de sociology.su.se - Page d'accueil
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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), 5097, 2020
3602020
The healthy immigrant effect
M Ichou, M Wallace
Demographic Research 40, 61-94, 2019
1132019
Low immigrant mortality in England and Wales: a data artefact?
M Wallace, H Kulu
Social Science & Medicine 120, 100-109, 2014
1052014
Disparities in coronavirus disease 2019 mortality by country of birth in stockholm, Sweden: a total-population–based cohort study
M Rostila, A Cederström, M Wallace, M Brandén, B Malmberg, ...
American Journal of Epidemiology 190 (8), 1510-1518, 2021
1032021
Understanding age variations in the migrant mortality advantage: An international comparative perspective
M Guillot, M Khlat, I Elo, M Solignac, M Wallace
PLoS One 13 (6), e0199669, 2018
772018
Migration and health in England and Scotland: A study of migrant selectivity and salmon bias
M Wallace, H Kulu
Population, Space and Place 20 (8), 694-708, 2014
692014
Socio-demographic risk factors of COVID-19 deaths in Sweden: A nationwide register study
S Drefahl, M Wallace, E Mussino, S Aradhya, M Kolk, M Brandén, ...
Stockholm Research Reports in Demography, 2020
572020
Mortality advantage among migrants according to duration of stay in France, 2004–2014
M Wallace, M Khlat, M Guillot
BMC public health 19, 1-9, 2019
572019
Mortality among immigrants in England and Wales by major causes of death, 1971–2012: A longitudinal analysis of register-based data
M Wallace, H Kulu
Social Science & Medicine 147, 209-221, 2015
502015
Migrant Mortality Advantage Versus Origin and the Selection Hypothesis
M Wallace, B Wilson
Population Development Review, 2019
332019
Can the salmon bias effect explain the migrant mortality advantage in England and Wales?
M Wallace, H Kulu
Population, Space and Place 24 (8), e2146, 2018
292018
Adult mortality among the descendants of immigrants in England and Wales: does a migrant mortality advantage persist beyond the first generation?
M Wallace
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (9), 1558-1577, 2016
292016
Age variations and population over-coverage: Is low mortality among migrants merely a data artefact?
M Wallace, B Wilson
Population studies 76 (1), 81-98, 2022
282022
Adult mortality among second-generation immigrants in France: Results from a nationally representative record linkage study
M Guillot, M Khlat, M Wallace
Demographic research 40, 1603, 2019
202019
Poor health, low mortality? Paradox found among immigrants in England and Wales
M Wallace, F Darlington‐Pollock
Population, Space and Place 28 (3), e2360, 2022
192022
Mortality Advantage Reversed: The Causes of Death Driving All-Cause Mortality Differentials Between Immigrants, the Descendants of Immigrants and Ancestral Natives in Sweden …
M Wallace
European journal of population 38 (5), 1213-1241, 2022
142022
Divergent mortality patterns for second generation men of North-African and South-European origin in France: Role of labour force participation
M Khlat, M Wallace, M Guillot
SSM-population health 9, 100447, 2019
132019
Social inequalities experienced by children of immigrants across multiple domains of life: a case study of the Windrush in England and Wales
M Wallace, B Wilson, F Darlington-Pollock
Comparative migration studies 10 (1), 18, 2022
112022
Excess mortality and COVID-19 in Sweden in 2020: A demographic account
M Kolk, S Drefahl, M Wallace, G Andersson
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 20 (1), 1-32, 2022
92022
The impact of the mortality of international migrants on estimates and comparisons of national life expectancy: a comparative study of four Nordic nations
M Wallace, MJ Thomas, JM Aburto, AVJ Pallesen, LH Mortensen, A Syse, ...
Stockholm Research Reports in Demography, 2021
52021
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