José Manuel Aburto
José Manuel Aburto
University of Oxford, University of Southern Denmark
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Homicides in Mexico reversed life expectancy gains for men and slowed them for women, 2000–10
JM Aburto, H Beltrán-Sánchez, VM García-Guerrero, V Canudas-Romo
Health Affairs 35 (1), 88-95, 2016
Mexico's epidemic of violence and its public health significance on average length of life
V Canudas-Romo, JM Aburto, VM García-Guerrero, H Beltrán-Sánchez
J Epidemiol Community Health 71 (2), 188-193, 2017
Lifespan dispersion in times of life expectancy fluctuation: the case of central and Eastern Europe
JM Aburto, A van Raalte
Demography 55 (6), 2071-2096, 2018
Upsurge of homicides and its impact on life expectancy and life span inequality in Mexico, 2005–2015
JM Aburto, H Beltrán-Sánchez
American journal of public health 109 (3), 483-489, 2019
Potential gains in life expectancy by reducing inequality of lifespans in Denmark: an international comparison and cause-of-death analysis
JM Aburto, M Wensink, A van Raalte, R Lindahl-Jacobsen
BMC Public Health 18 (1), 831, 2018
Trends in avoidable mortality over the life course in Mexico, 1990–2015: a cross-sectional demographic analysis
JM Aburto, T Riffe, V Canudas-Romo
BMJ open 8 (7), e022350, 2018
COVID-19 in unequally ageing European regions
I Kashnitsky, JM Aburto
OSF Preprints, 2020
Latin American convergence and divergence towards the mortality profiles of developed countries
JA Alvarez, JM Aburto, V Canudas-Romo
Population Studies 74 (1), 75-92, 2020
El modelo aditivo doble multiplicativo: Una aplicación a la mortalidad mexicana
JM Aburto, VM García-Guerrero
Papeles de población 21 (84), 9-44, 2015
Dynamics of life expectancy and life span equality
JM Aburto, F Villavicencio, U Basellini, S Kjærgaard, JW Vaupel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (10), 5250-5259, 2020
The impact of violence on Venezuelan life expectancy and lifespan inequality
J García, JM Aburto
International journal of epidemiology, 2019
Besides population age structure, health and other demographic factors can contribute to understanding the COVID-19 burden
MR Nepomuceno, E Acosta, D Alburez-Gutierrez, JM Aburto, A Gagnon, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (25), 13881-13883, 2020
Youth lost to homicides: disparities in survival in Latin America and the Caribbean
V Canudas-Romo, JM Aburto
BMJ global health 4 (2), e001275, 2019
The human longevity record may hold for decades
A Lenart, JM Aburto, A Stockmarr, JW Vaupel
arXiv preprint arXiv:1809.03732, 2018
The threshold age of the lifetable entropy
JM Aburto, JA Alvarez, F Villavicencio, JW Vaupel
Demographic Research 41, 83-102, 2019
Geofaceting: Aligning small-multiples for regions in a spatially meaningful way
I Kashnitsky, JM Aburto
Demographic Research 41, 477-490, 2019
Biodemography of Aging Determinants of Healthy Life Span and Longevity
V Canudas-Romo, JM Aburto
European Journal of Population 33 (4), 611-613, 2017
Diversification in causes of death in low-mortality countries: emerging patterns and implications
MP Bergeron-Boucher, JM Aburto, A van Raalte
BMJ global health 5 (7), e002414, 2020
Lexis fields
T Riffe, JM Aburto
Demographic Research 42, 713-726, 2020
Estimating the burden of COVID-19 on mortality, life expectancy and lifespan inequality in England and Wales: A population-level study
JM Aburto, R Kashyap, J Scholey, C Angus, J Ermisch, M Mills, JB Dowd
medRxiv, 2020
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