Szenkurök, V., Weber, D., & Bilger, M. (2024). Informal and formal long-term care utilization and unmet needs in Europe: examining socioeconomic disparities and the role of social policies for older adults. International Journal of Health Economics and Management. Cite
Duminy, J., Ezeh, A., Galea, S., Harpham, T., Montgomery, M. R., Salas, J. M. I., Weber, D., Weimann, A., & You, D. (2023). Demographic change and urban health: Towards a novel agenda for delivering sustainable and healthy cities for all. F1000Research, 12(1017), 1017. Cite
Stacherl, B., Renner, A.-T., & Weber, D. (2023). Financial incentives and antibiotic prescribing patterns: Evidence from dispensing physicians in a public healthcare system. Social Science & Medicine, 321, 115791. Cite
Weber, D., & Loichinger, E. (2022). Live longer, retire later? Developments of healthy life expectancies and working life expectancies between age 50–59 and age 60–69 in Europe. European Journal of Ageing, 19(1), 75–93. Cite
Spitzer, S., Shaikh, M., & Weber, D. (2022). Older Europeans’ health perception and their adaptive behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. European Journal of Public Health, 32(2), 322–327. Cite
Abalos, J., Weber, D., Booth, H., Goujon, A., Steiber, N., & Cruz, G. T. (2020). Is children’s education associated with parental health? Evidence from the Philippines (Working Paper No. WP-20-017). Cite
Weber, D., & Scherbov, S. (2020). Prospects of activity limitations among older adults in 23 low and middle income countries. Scientific Reports, 10(1), 10442. Cite
Loichinger, E., & Weber, D. (2020). Combining Working Life and Health Expectancies. In C. Jagger, E. M. Crimmins, Y. Saito, R. T. De Carvalho Yokota, H. Van Oyen, & J.-M. Robine (Eds.), International Handbook of Health Expectancies (pp. 249–261). Springer International Publishing. Cite
Umansky, K., Lutz, W., & Weber, D. (2019). The Impact of Education and Age Cohort on Attitudes toward Immigration in Europe (Monograph No. WP-19-008). Cite
Spitzer, S., & Weber, D. (2019). Reporting biases in self-assessed physical and cognitive health status of older Europeans. PLOS ONE, 14(10), e0223526. Cite
Prasitsiriphon, O., & Weber, D. (2019). Objective physical measures and their association with subjective functional limitations in a representative study population of older Thais. BMC Geriatrics, 19(1), 73. Cite
Dekhtyar, S., Weber, D., Helgertz, J., & Herlitz, A. (2018). Sex differences in academic strengths contribute to gender segregation in education and occupation: A longitudinal examination of 167,776 individuals. Intelligence, 67, 84–92. Cite
Scherbov, S., & Weber, D. (2017). Future trends in the prevalence of severe activity limitations among older adults in Europe: a cross-national population study using EU-SILC. BMJ Open, 7(9), e017654. Cite
Weber, D., Dekhtyar, S., & Herlitz, A. (2017). The Flynn effect in Europe – Effects of sex and region. Intelligence, 60, 39–45. Cite
Herlitz, A., Dekhtyar, S., Asperholm, M., & Weber, D. (2017). Gender Differences in Memory and Cognition. In N. A. Pachana (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Geropsychology (pp. 935–941). Springer Singapore. Cite
Sanderson, W. C., Scherbov, S., Weber, D., & Bordone, V. (2016). Combined Measures of Upper and Lower Body Strength and Subgroup Differences in Subsequent Survival Among the Older Population of England. Journal of Aging and Health, 28(7), 1178–1193. Cite
Loichinger, E., & Weber, D. (2016). Trends in Working Life Expectancy in Europe. Journal of Aging and Health, 28(7), 1194–1213. Cite
Loichinger, E., & Weber, D. (2016). Living longer: Determining whether we are using our extra years productively (Policy Brief No. 04; Population Insights). Cite
Weber, D. (2016). Social engagement to prevent cognitive ageing? Age and Ageing, 45(4), 441–442. Cite
Loichinger, E., Goujon, A., & Weber, D. (2016). Demographic Profile of the Arab Region: Realizing the Demographic Dividend. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA). Cite
Weber, D. (2016). Differences in physical aging measured by walking speed: evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. BMC Geriatrics, 16(31), 1–9. Cite
Weber, D. (2015). An International Perspective on Aging and Cognitive Decline. Cite
Weber, D., Skirbekk, V., Freund, I., & Herlitz, A. (2014). The changing face of cognitive gender differences in Europe. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111(32), 11673–11678. Cite
Skirbekk, V., Bordone, V., & Weber, D. (2014). A cross-country comparison of math achievement at teen age and cognitive performance 40 years later. Demographic Research, 31, 105–118. Cite
Weber, D., & Skirbekk, V. (2014). The education effect on cognitive functioning: national versus individual educational attainment (Interim Report No. IR-14-008; IIASA Interim Report). IIASA. Cite
Skirbekk, V., Stonawski, M., & Weber, D. (2013). Could nations invest in cognitive skills and become effectively younger. SAGW Bulletin. Cite
Bordone, V., & Weber, D. (2013). Number of children and cognitive abilities in later life. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 10(2012), 95–126. Cite
Skirbekk, V., Loichinger, E., & Weber, D. (2012). Variation in cognitive functioning as a refined approach to comparing aging across countries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(3), 770–774. Cite
Weber, D., & Hatzinger, R. (2011). A novel approach for modelling paired comparisons data with non-ignorable missing values on students’ attitudes towards foreigners. Data Analysis Bulletin, 12, 11–22. Cite
Skirbekk, V., Weber, D., & Bordone, V. (2011). National Variation in Cognitive Life Cycle Development (Interim Report No. IR-11-028; IIASA Interim Report). IIASA. Cite
Lienbacher, E., Holweg, C., Weber, D., & Schnedlitz, P. (2010). Sozialmarkt - Imagegewinn oder Gefahr für die Marke? In W. Mayerhofer & M. Secka (Eds.), Aktuelle Beiträge zur Markenforschung: Tagungsband des 3. Internationalen Markentags (pp. 225–243). Gabler. Cite
Sonntag, A., & Weber, D. (2010). Generalized graded unfolding models. (No. 103; Research Report Series). Vienna University of Economics and Business. Cite
Weber, D., & Weiler, M. (2009). Erwartungskoinzidenz bei UniversitätsprofessorInnen und wissenschaftlichen MitarbeiterInnen : das log-lineare Bradley-Terry Modell für Paarvergleichsdaten. In Präferenzanalyse mit R : Anwendungen aus Marketing, Behavioural Finance und Human Resource Management (pp. 49–71). Facultas. Cite