|Marital status, labour force activity and mortality: A study in the USA and six European countries|
K Van Hedel, F Van Lenthe, M Avendano, M Bopp, S Esnaola, K Kovács, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 2015
|Work–Family Trajectories and the Higher Cardiovascular Risk of American Women Relative to Women in 13 European Countries|
K van Hedel, I Mejía-Guevara, M Avendaño, EL Sabbath, LF Berkman, ...
American Journal of Public Health 106 (8), 1449-1456, 2016
|The contribution of national disparities to international differences in mortality between the United States and 7 European countries.|
K van Hedel, M Avendano, LF Berkman, M Bopp, P Deboosere, ...
American Journal of Public Health 105 (4), e112-e119, 2015
|Assessing the impact of natural policy experiments on socioeconomic inequalities in health: how to apply commonly used quantitative analytical methods?|
Y Hu, FJ van Lenthe, R Hoffmann, K van Hedel, JP Mackenbach
BMC Medical Research Methodology 17 (1), 68, 2017
|What’s the difference? A gender perspective on understanding educational inequalities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality|
K van Hedel, FJ van Lenthe, J Oude Groeniger, JP Mackenbach
BMC Public Health 18, 1105, 2018
|Cohabitation and mental health: Is psychotropic medication use more common in cohabitation than marriage?|
K van Hedel, P Martikainen, H Moustgaard, M Myrskylä
SSM - Population Health 4, 244-253, 2018
|The relationship between living arrangements and higher use of hospital care at middle and older ages: to what extent do observed and unobserved individual characteristics …|
Y Hu, T Leinonen, K van Hedel, M Myrskylä, P Martikainen
BMC public health 19 (1), 1011, 2019
|Econometric techniques for Natural Policy Experiments: a useful tool for evaluating policy effects on health inequalities?|
Y Hu, R Hoffmann, K van Hedel, F van Lenthe, JP Mackenbach