Hessel, Philipp

Mr Philipp Hessel  

Department

Position held

Research Officer

 

Experience keywords:

Ageing; Demography; Disability; Europe; Survey

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Europe; France; Germany

Contact Points

LSE email:

p.hessel@lse.ac.uk

Publications

2015

Leone, Tiziana and Hessel, Philipp (2015) The effect of social participation on the subjective and objective health status of the over-fifties: evidence from SHARE Ageing and Society, online. 1-20. ISSN 0144-686X

Arroyave, Ivan and Hessel, Philipp and Burdorf, Alex and Rodriguez-Garcia, Jesus and Cardona, Doris and Avendano, Mauricio (2015) The public health impact of economic fluctuations in a Latin American country: mortality and the business cycle in Colombia in the period 1980-2010 International Journal for Equity in Health, 14 (48). ISSN 1475-9276

2014

Hessel, Philipp and Vandoros, Sotiris and Avendano, Mauricio (2014) The differential impact of the financial crisis on health in Ireland and Greece: a quasi-experimental approach Public Health, 128 (10). 911-919. ISSN 0033-3506

Leist, Anja K. and Hessel, Philipp and Avendano, Mauricio (2014) Do economic recessions during early and mid-adulthood influence cognitive function in older age? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 68 (2). 151-158. ISSN 1470-2738

2013

Hessel, Philipp and Avendano, Mauricio (2013) Are economic recessions at the time of leaving school associated with worse physical functioning in later life? Annals of Epidemiology, 23 (11). 708-715. ISSN 1047-2797

Vandoros, Sotiris and Hessel, Philipp and Leone, Tiziana and Avendano, Mauricio (2013) Have health trends worsened in Greece as a result of the financial crisis?: a quasi-experimental approach European Journal of Public Health, 23 (5). 727-731. ISSN 1101-1262

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