Vladimir Canudas-Romo is a Professor at the School of Demography.

Professor Canudas-Romo is internationally known for his expertise in demography and his research on the longevity revolution. He has made major contributions to the demographic debates on alternative measures of longevity, for example life expectancy or the modal age at death, and the development of theories that allow to better understand these issues.

Of particular media attention was his paper on the big increase in Australian life expectancy in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Australians are living longer from lockdowns

Pandemic restrictions have led to longer life expectancy for Australians, a new study from The Australian National University…

17 January 2022

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