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ABSTRACT. The aim of this paper is to synthesize and analyze existing evidence on female–male imbalances in COVID-19 mortality rates. Using and replicating data from AG/WGEA, CARE, Curley (2020), Global Health 50/50, Healthline, GPC, IASC, IRC, Moalem (2020), New York Times, Shattuck-Heidorn et al. (2020), UNICEF, and WorldYWCA, we performed analyses and made estimates regarding the gender dimensions of associated outcomes of the COVID-19 pandemic. Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling.

Keywords: COVID-19; mortality; female; male; gender; sex

How to cite: Dawson, J., and Potcovaru, A.-M. (2020). “Are Female–Male Imbalances in COVID-19 Mortality Rates Driven Mainly by Innate Sex Differences?,” Journal of Research in Gender Studies 10(1): 45–51. doi:10.22381/JRGS10120203

Received 16 April 2020 • Received in revised form 12 July 2020
Accepted 15 July 2020 • Available online 20 July 2020

John Dawson
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The Cognitive Labor Institute,
New York City, NY, USA
(corresponding author)
Ana-Madalina Potcovaru
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The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

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