Journal Articles

  1. & Socioeconomic differences in healthy and disease-free life expectancy between ages 50 and 75: a multi-cohort study. European Journal of Public Health 29(2), 267-272.
  2. & Hazardous Drinking Prevalence and Correlates in Older New Zealanders: A Comparison of the AUDIT-C and the CARET. Journal of Aging and Health, 089826431879410
  3. & Can volunteering in later life reduce the risk of dementia? A 5-year longitudinal study among volunteering and non-volunteering retired seniors. PLOS ONE 12(3), e0173885
  4. & Voluntary work and the relationship with unemployment, health, and well-being: A two-year follow-up study contrasting a materialistic and psychosocial pathway perspective.. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 20(2), 190-204.
  5. & A decade of research using the CASP scale: key findings and future directions. Aging & Mental Health 19(7), 571-575.
  6. & Comorbidity and Functional Trajectories From Midlife to Old Age: The Health and Retirement Study. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 70(3), 332-338.
  7. & Religion, spirituality, social support and quality of life: measurement and predictors CASP-12(v2) amongst older Ethiopians living in Addis Ababa. Aging & Mental Health 19(7), 610-621.
  8. & The impact of involuntary exit from employment in later life on the risk of major depression and being prescribed anti-depressant medication. Aging & Mental Health 19(5), 381-389.
  9. & Age-related differences in diabetes care outcomes in Korea: a retrospective cohort study. BMC Geriatrics 14(1)
  10. & Age-related trajectories of physical functioning in work and retirement: the role of sociodemographic factors, lifestyle and disease. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 68(6), 503-509.
  11. & Quality of Life amongst Older Brazilians: A Cross-Cultural Validation of the CASP-19 into Brazilian-Portuguese. PLoS ONE 9(4), e94289
  12. & Self-rated health amongst male and female employees in Sweden: a nationally representative study. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 88(7), 849-859.
  13. & Intellectual disability, consumerism and identity: To have and have not?. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities 16(2), 135-144.
  14. & Managerial leadership is associated with employee stress, health, and sickness absence independently of the demand-control-support model. Work 37
  15. & From Passive to Active Consumers? Later Life Consumption in the UK from 1968–2005. The Sociological Review 57(1), 102-124.
  16. & Psychosocial working conditions and depressive symptoms among Swedish employees. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 82(8), 951-960.
  17. & Demand, control and social climate as predictors of emotional exhaustion symptoms in working Swedish men and women. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 36(7), 737-743.
  18. & The Evaluation of a Self-enumerated Scale of Quality of Life (CASP-19) in the Context of Research on Ageing: A Combination of Exploratory and Confirmatory Approaches. Social Indicators Research 89(1), 61-77.
  19. & Optimal Matching Analysis Using Ideal Types to Describe the Lifecourse: An Illustration of How Histories of Work, Partnerships and Housing Relate to Quality of Life in Early Old Age. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 10(4), 259-278.
  20. & Socio-economic position and quality of life among older people in 10 European countries: results of the SHARE study. Ageing and Society 27(02), 269-284.
  21. & The Impact of Age, Place, Aging in Place, and Attachment to Place on the Well-Being of the Over 50s in England. Research on Aging 29(6), 590-605.
  22. & The long shadow of work--does time since labour market exit affect the association between socioeconomic position and health in a post-working population. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 61(6), 533-539.
  23. & Comparison of the effects of low childhood socioeconomic position and low adulthood socioeconomic position on self rated health in four European studies. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 60(10), 882-886.
  24. & Workplace conflict resolution and the health of employees in the Swedish and Finnish units of an industrial company. Social Science & Medicine 63(8), 2218-2227.
  25. & Dual source support and control at work in relation to poor health. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 33(6), 455-463.
  26. & Bridges, pathways and valleys: labour market position and risk of hospitalization in a Swedish sample aged 55-63. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 32(5), 368-373.
  27. & Life course influences on quality of life in early old age. Social Science & Medicine 58(11), 2171-2179.
  28. & Quality of life in the third age: key predictors of the CASP-19 measure. Ageing and Society 24(05), 693-708.
  29. & The effects of pre-retirement factors and retirement route on circumstances in retirement: findings from the Whitehall II study. Ageing and Society 24(02), 279-296.
  30. & Researching Quality of Life in Early Old Age: The Importance of the Sociological Dimension. Social Policy & Administration 37(3), 239-252.
  31. & A measure of quality of life in early old age: The theory, development and properties of a needs satisfaction model (CASP-19). Aging & Mental Health 7(3), 186-194.
  32. & Pathways to early retirement: structure and agency in decision-making among British civil servants. Ageing and Society 23(06), 761-778.


  1. & Ageing and globalisation. Policy Press.

Book Chapters

  1. World systems theory and the epidemiological transition. In G. Scambler (Ed.), Contemporary Theorists for Medical Sociology. (pp. 104-130). Taylor and Francis.