2017

2017:07

 Policy support and impact on third births in post-socialist Hungary (765 Kb)
Zsolt Spéder, Lívia Murinkó and Livia Sz. Oláh

2017:06

 “Does Marriage Matter?” Revisited: (1089 Kb) The stability, fertility and mortality of the Swedish 1989 Marriage Boom cohort
Jennifer A. Holland, Brienna Perelli-Harris and Gunnar Andersson

2017:05

 Decomposing the Determinants of Fathers’ Parental Leave Use (759 Kb) Evidence from migration between Finland and Sweden
Eleonora Mussino, Jussi Tervola and Ann-Zofie Duvander

2017:04

 Diverging Destinies in International Perspective: Education, Single Motherhood, and Child Poverty (923 Kb)
Juho Härkönen

2017:03

 Family Forerunners? An Overview of Family Demographic Change in Sweden (520 Kb)
Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk, Jani Turunen and Gunnar Andersson

2017:02

 EU-Policies and Fertility: The Emergence of Fertility-Related Family Policies at the Supra-National (672 Kb)
Gerda Neyer, Arianna Caporali and Nora Sánchez Gassen

2017:01

 Education, Gender, and Cohort Fertility in the Nordic Countries (1411 Kb)
Marika Jalovaara, Gerda Neyer, Gunnar Andersson, Johan Dahlberg, Lars Dommermuth, Peter Fallesen and Trude Lappegård

 

2016

2016:06

 Fertility at the Dawn of a New Millennium: The interplay of family policy, economic crisis and child (876 Kb)
Ari Klængur Jónsson

2016:05

 Does time count? Immigrant fathers’ use of parental leave in Sweden (364 Kb)
Eleonora Mussino, Ann-Zofie Duvander and Li Ma

2016:04
 Promoting parental leave for immigrant fathers – what role does policy play? (956 Kb)
Jussi Tervola, Ann-Zofie Duvander and Eleonora Mussino

2016:03
 Life-table Representations of Family Dynamics in the 21st Century (3142 Kb)
Gunnar Andersson, Elizabeth Thomson and Aija Duntava

2016:02
 Family Policy Reform Impact on Continued Fertility in the Nordic Countries (631 Kb)
Ann-Zofie Duvander, Mats Johansson and Trude Lappegard

2016:01
 Gender Equal Family Policy and Continued Childbearing in Iceland, Norway and Sweden (882 Kb)
Ann-Zofie Duvander, Trude Lappegard, Synøve N. Andersen, Ólöf Garðarsdóttir, Gerda Neyer and Ida Viklund

 

2015

2015:14
Leave Policy Preferences in a Comparative Perspective
Isabel Valarino, Ann-Zofie Duvander, Linda Haas and Gerda Neyer

2015:13
Education and Childlessness: The Influence of Educational Field and Educational Level on Childlessness among Swedish and Austrian Women born in 1955-59
Gerda Neyer, Jan M. Hoem, and Gunnar Andersson

2015:12
The Forest and the Trees: Industrialization, Demographic Change, and the Ongoing Gender Revolution in Sweden and the United States, 1870-2010
Maria Stanfors and Frances Goldscheider

2015:11
Are parents with shared residence happier? Children’s postdivorce residence arrangements and parents’ life satisfaction
Franciëlla van der Heijden, Michael Gähler and Juho Härkönen

2015:10
A Swedish Generations and Gender Survey: Questionnaires in English Translation
Elizabeth Thomson, Gunnar Andersson, Johan Carlsson Dahlberg and Johan Tollebrandt

2015:9
Putting the pieces together: Forty years of fertility trends across 19 post-socialist countries
Sunnee Billingsley and Aija Duntava

2015:8
Reforms in the Swedish Parental Leave System and their Effects on Gender Equality
Ann-Zofie Duvander and Mats Johansson

2015:7
Workplace Sex Composition and the Transition to Parenthood – Men and Women in Sweden
Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk

2015:6
Type of Occupation and the Transition to Parenthood in Sweden
Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk

2015:5
The “Transition Generation’s” entrance to parenthood: Postponement across 19 post-socialist countries
Sunnee Billingsley and Aija Duntava

2015:4
Three dimensions of the relationship between gender role attitudes and fertility intentions
Trude Lappegård, Gerda Neyer and Daniele Vignoli

2015:3
Gender inequalities in occupational prestige across the working life: An analysis of the careers of West Germans and Swedes born from the 1920s to the 1970s
Juho Härkönen, Anna Manzoni and Erik Bihagen

2015:2
Youth Dwellings, Higher Education, and Childbearing
Cecilia Enström Öst and Mats Wilhelmsson

2015:1
Who does what when? The development of the time spent on housework by women and men in Sweden
Katarina Boye and Marie Evertsson

2014

2014:6
Educational Expansion and Intergenerational Proximity in Sweden: Developments in Geographical Distance between Young Adults and their Parents, 1980-2007
Margarita Chudnovskaya and Martin Kolk

2014:5
Labor Force Participation, Family Policy Change, and Second Birth Rates in South Korea
Li Ma

2014:4
The Contextual Database of the Generations and Gender Programme: Concept, Content and Research Examples
Arianna Caporali, Sebastian Klüsener, Gerda Neyer, Sandra Krapf, and Olga Grigorieva

2014:3
Conceptualizing Child Care Patterns in a Dual-Carer Setting
Helen Eriksson

2014:2
How Do Immigrants in Sweden Use Parental Leave?
Eleonora Mussino and Ann-Zofie Duvander

2014:1
Social Norms, Economic Conditions and Spatial Variation of Childbearing within Cohabitation across Europe
Trude Lappegård, Sebastian Klüsener and Daniele Vignoli

2013

2013:12
Changing Life Course Regimes (CLiCR) Data: Harmonization Manual
Aija Duntava and Sunnee Billingsley

2013:11
School Choice Motives: The Effects of Class and Residential Context
Bo Malmberg, Eva Andersson and Zara Bergsten

2013:10
Contextual Effects on Educational Attainment in Individualized Neighborhoods: Differences across Gender and Social Class
Eva Andersson and Bo Malmberg

2013:9
The Relationship between Hours of Domestic Services and Female Earnings: Panel Register Data Evidence from a Reform
Karin Halldén and Anders Stenberg

2013:8
Sweden’s Family Policy under Change: Past, Present, Future

Punlished 2013: Duvander, Ann-Zofie and Tommy Ferrarini, International Policy analysis. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

2013:7
First education, then children? A qualitative study of students’ childbearing attitudes and intentions
Sara Thalberg

2013:6
The Importance of Job Characteristics to Women’s Fertility Intentions and Behaviour in Russia
Oxana Sinyavskaya and Sunnee Billingsley

2013:5
Economic Crisis and Women’s Labor Force Return after Childbirth: Evidence from South Korea
Li Ma

2013:4
Socioeconomic Differences in the Unemployment and Fertility Nexus:
A Comparison of Denmark and Germany

Michaela Kreyenfeld and Gunnar Andersson

2013:3
Divorce: Trends, Patterns, Causes, Consequences
Juho Härkönen

2013:2
Providing Easy Access to Cross-Country Comparative Contextual Data for Demographic Research: Concept and Recent Advances of the Generations & Gender Programme Contextual Database
Arianna Caporali, Sebastian Klüsener, Gerda Neyer, Sandra Krapf, and Olga Grigorieva 

2013:1
Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe: Introduction and Conclusions
Livia Sz. Oláh and Susanne Fahlén
Published 2013 in: Oláh, L. Sz. & Fratczak, E., Eds, "Childbearing, Women's Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe". Palgrave MacMillan

 

2012

2012:13
Does Gender Matter? A Capability Approach to Work-to-Home and Home-to-Work Conflict in a European Perspective
Susanne Fahlén

2012:12
The Swedish Housing and Life Course Cohort Study (HOLK): Codebook for Micro Data
Sara Ström, Maria Brandén and Johan Carlsson Dahlberg

2012:11
Childbearing across Partnerships in the U.S., Australia and Scandinavia
Elizabeth Thomson, Trude Lappegård, Marcia Carlson, Ann Evans and Edith Gray
Final version published 2014 as "Childbearing across partnerships in Australia, the United States, Norway, and Sweden" in Demography 51(2): 485-508.

2012:10
Welfare States, Family Policies, and Fertility in Europe
Published 2013 in: Neyer, G. et al., Eds, The Demography of Europe. Springer

2012:9
First Births in Sweden: Objective and Self-perceived Constraints on Childbearing
Sara Ström and Eva Bernhardt

2012:8
Child Home Care Allowance and the Transition to Second and Third Births in Finland
Anni Pajunen
Final version published 2017 by Anni Erlandsson in Population Research and Policy Review.

2012:7
Employment, Social Policy and Motherhood Entry: The Evidence from South Korea
Li Ma
Final version published 2013 as Employment and motherhood entry in South Korea, 1978-2006 in Population - E 68(3): 419-446.

2012:6
Jobs, Careers, and Becoming a Parent under State Socialist and Free Market Conditions
Sunnee Billingsley, Luule Sakkeus, and Allan Puur

2012:5
“Social Capillarity” Revisited: The Relationship between Social Mobility and Fertility
Sunnee Billingsley and Anna Matysiak

2012:4
Bi-national Marriages in Sweden: Is There an EU Effect?
Karen Haandrikman
Final version published 2013 in Population, Space and Place

2012:3
The Demography of Europe: Introduction (Introduction to Book Volume by Springer)
Gerda Neyer, Gunnar Andersson and Hill Kulu
Published 2013 in: Neyer, G. et al., Eds, The Demography of Europe. Springer

2012:2
Care and Career: Educational Enrolment and Couples’ Childbearing Behaviour in Sweden
Sara Thalberg

2012:1
Economic Uncertainty and Family Dynamics in Europe (Introduction to Special Issue of Demographic Research)
Michaela Kreyenfeld, Gunnar Andersson, and Ariane Pailhé
Final version published 2012 as "Economic uncertainty and family dynamics in Europe: Introduction" in Demographic Research 27(28): 835-852

 

2011

2011:11
The Swedish Housing and Life Course Cohort Study: Contextual Database
Sara Ström and Johan Carlsson Dahlberg

2011:10
Family Policies and Fertility Intentions across New and Old Welfare Democracies
Sunnee Billingsley and Tommy Ferrarini

2011:9
Labor-market Status, Migrant Status and First Childbearing in Sweden
Karin E. Lundström and Gunnar Andersson
Final version published 2012 in Demographic Research 27(25): 719-742

2011:8
Whose Economic Instability Affects the Likelihood of Becoming a Parent in Italy? A Tale of Two Partners
Daniele Vignoli, Sven Drefahl and Gustavo De Santis
Final version published 2012 in Demographic Research 26(2): 41-62

2011:7
Gender Equality and Fertility: Which Equality Matters?
Gerda Neyer, Trude Lappegård and Daniele Vignoli.
Final version published 2013 in European Journal of Population / Revue européenne de Démographie: Volume 29, Issue 3, pp 245-272

2011:6
Cash-For-Care, Couple Economic Circumstances and Marriage in Norway
Jennifer Holland

2011:5
For Whose Sake Do Couples Relocate? Gender, Career Opportunities and Couples’ Internal Migration in Sweden
Maria Brandén and Sara Ström
Final version published 2013 as "Couples' Education and Regional Mobility – the Importance of Occupation, Income and Gender" in Population, Space and Place, Vol 19, Issue 5, pp. 522–536

2011:4
Feminist Perspectives on Motherhood and Reproduction
Gerda Neyer and Laura Bernardi
Final version published 2011 in Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung 36(2): 162-176

2011:3
Childbearing Behavior in the Light of Different Housing Regimes: First Births in Sweden 1975-2004
Sara Ström

2011:2
Parental Wealth and First-time Homeownership: A Cohort Study of Family Background and Young Adults’ Housing Situation
Cecilia Enström Öst
Final version published 2012 in Urban Studies 49(10): 2137-2152

2011:1
Home and Where the Heart Is: Marriage Timing and Joint Home Purchase
Jennifer Holland
Final version published 2012 in European Journal of Population 28(1): 65-89

 

2010

2010:9
What are the Effects of Reforms Promoting Fathers’ Parental Leave Use?
Ann-Zofie Duvander and Mats Johansson
Final version published 2012 in Journal of European Social Policy 22(3): 319-330

2010:8
Female Employment, Work Hours and Childbearing Intentions in Sweden in the early 2000s: A Capability Perspective
Susanne Fahlén and Livia Sz. Oláh
Published 2013 in: Oláh, L. Sz. & Fratczak, E., Eds, "Childbearing, Women's Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe". Palgrave MacMillan

2010:7
The Evaluation and Challenges of European Countries’ Counter Measures Against Declining Birth Rates
Livia Sz. Oláh
Published 2010 as report in Japanese

2010:6
Should Governments in Europe be More Aggressive in Pushing for Gender Equality to Raise Fertility?
Livia Sz. Oláh and Gerda Neyer
Final versions published 2011 as "Should Governments in Europe be More Aggressive in Pushing for Gender Equality to Raise Fertility? The Second "YES"" in Demographic Research 24(9): 217-224 and "Should Governments in Europe be More Aggressive in Pushing for Gender Equality to Raise Fertility? The Second "NO"" in Demographic Research 24(10): 225-250

2010:5
Are There Gendering Effects of a Gender-neutral Care Leave Policy?
Helen Eriksson
Final version published 2011 as "The Gendering Effects of Sweden’s Gender-neutral Care Leave Policy" in Population Review 50(1): 156-169

2010:4
Conflicting Directions? Outcomes and New Orientations of Sweden's Family Policy
Tommy Ferrarini and Ann-Zofie Duvander
Final version published 2010 as "Earner-Carer Model at the Crossroads: Reforms and Outcomes of Sweden's Family Policy in Comparative Perspective", International Journal of Health Services, Vol. 40, Nr. 3, pp. 373-398

2010:3
Employment Around the First Birth in Two Adverse Institutional Settings: Evidence from Italy and Poland
Anna Matysiak and Daniele Vignoli
Final version published 2013 as "Diverse Effects of Women’s Employment on Fertility: Insights From Italy and Poland" in European Journal of Population / Revue européenne de Démographie, Vol. 29, Issue 3, pp. 273-302

2010:2
Legal Advances and Demographic Developments of Same-sex Unions in Scandinavia
Gunnar Andersson and Turid Noack
Final version published 2010 in Zeitschrift für Familienforschung / Journal of Family Research 22 Sonderheft, 2010: 87-101

2010:1
Downward Social Mobility and Fertility Decline in Russia
Sunnee Billingsley

 

2009

2009:9
Fertility and Economic Crisis: Inflation, Wage Devaluation and Job Instability in Russia
Sunnee Billingsley
Final version published 2011 as "Economic crisis and recovery: Changes in Second Birth Rates within Occupational Classes and Educational Groups" in Demographic Research 24(16): 375-406

2009:8
Social Policy and Childbearing Behavior in Japan since the 1960s: An Individual Level Perspective
Li Ma

2009:7
Temporary Work, Labour Market Careers and First Births in Sweden
Ola Sjöberg

2009:6
Welfare State Context, Female Earnings and Childbearing in Denmark and Germany
Gunnar Andersson, Michaela Kreyenfeld and Tatjana Mika

2009:5
Money, Policy and Norms: Childbearing Behavior of Swedish Students in the 1980s and 1990s
Sara Thalberg
Final version published 2011 in Finnish Yearbook of Population Research, XLVI:5-20

2009:4
Childbearing and Dual Joblessness in Europe: A Comparison of Nine Countries
Juho Härkönen
Final version published 2011 as "Children and Dual Worklessness in Europe: A Comparison of Nine Countries" in European Journal of Population 27(2): 217-241

2009:3
Housing and First Births in Sweden, 1972-2005
Sara Ström
Final version published 2010 in Housing Studies 25(4): 509-526

2009:2
Parental Leave - Possibility or Trap? Does Family Leave Length Affect Swedish Women's Labor Market Opportunities?
Marie Evertsson and Ann-Zofie Duvander
Final version published 2010 in European Sociological Review 27: 1-16

2009:1
Induced Legal Abortion in Sweden during 1939-1974: Change in Practice and Legal Reform
Per Gunnar Cassel

 

2008

2008:6
Consequences of Fathers’ Parental Leave Use: Evidence from Sweden
Ann-Zofie Duvander and Ann-Christin Jans
Final version published in Finnish Yearbook of Population Research 2009: 49-62

2008:5
Family Policy in Sweden: An Overview
Ann-Zofie Duvander
Final version published as Social Insurance Report 2008:15. Stockholm: Swedish Social Insurance Agency

2008:4
Employer Policies, Job Characteristics and Fertility in Sweden
Gayle Kaufman and Eva Bernhardt
Final version published 2012 as "His and her job: What matters most for fertility plans and actual childbearing?" in Family Relations 61: 686-697

2008:3
Cohort Fertility Patterns in the Nordic Countries
Gunnar Andersson, Marit Rønsen, Lisbeth Knudsen, Trude Lappegård,
Gerda Neyer, Kari Skrede, Kathrin Teschner and Andres Vikat
Final version published 2009 in Demographic Research 20(14): 313-352

2008:2
Family Policy and Fertility: Fathers’ and Mothers’ Use of Parental Leave and Continued Childbearing in Norway and Sweden
Ann-Zofie Duvander, Trude Lappegård and Gunnar Andersson
Final version published 2010 in Journal of European Social Policy 20(1): 45-57

2008:1
Consequences of Family Policies on Childbearing Behavior: Effects or Artifacts?
Gerda Neyer and Gunnar Andersson
Final version published 2008 in Population and Development Review 34(4): 699-724