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Johan Dahlberg @ Stockholm University Demography Unit

Johan Dahlberg

Researcher

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Works at Department of Sociology
Email johan.dahlberg@sociology.su.se
Visiting address Universitetsvägen 10 B, plan 9
Room B 830
Postal address Sociologiska institutionen, Demografiska avdelningen 106 91 Stockholm

About me

Research Fellow.

Research

  • Timing of first birth.

  • Seasonal variation in births

  • Intergenerational influences on fertility.

  • Effects of education and social background on fertility.

  • Effects of life experiences on fertility.

  • Effects of networks of social relations on fertility.

Publications:

Dahlberg, J., & Kolk, M. (2018). Explaining Swedish sibling similarity in fertility: Parental fertility behavior vs. social background. Demographic Research, 39, 883-896.

Dahlberg, J., & Andersson, G. (2018). Changing seasonal variation in births by sociodemographic factors: a population-based register study. Human Reproduction Open, 2018(4), hoy015.

Jalovaara, M., Neyer, G., Andersson, G., Dahlberg, J., Dommermuth, L., Fallesen, P., & Lappegård, T. (2017). Education, gender, and cohort fertility in the Nordic countries. European Journal of Population, 1-24.

Miranda, V., Dahlberg, J., and Andersson, G. (2018) Parents’ Preferences for Sex of Children in Sweden: Attitudes and Outcomes. Popul Res Policy Rev. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s11113-018-9462-8

Dahlberg, J. (2018). Death Is Not the End: A Register-Based Study of the Effect of Parental Death on Adult Children’s Childbearing Behavior in Sweden. OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0030222818756740

Dahlberg, J. (2015). Social Background and Becoming a Parent in Sweden: A Register-Based Study of the Effect of Social Background on Childbearing in Sweden. European Journal of Population, 31(4), 417-444. 

Elvander, C., Dahlberg, J., Andersson, G. and Cnattingius, S. (2015). Mode of delivery and the probability of subsequent childbearing: a popula-tion-based register study. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstet-rics and Gynaecology, 122(12), 1593-1600.

Dahlberg, J. (2013). Family Influence in Fertility: A Longitudinal Analysis of Sibling Correlations in First Birth Risk and Completed Fertility among Swedish men and women. Demographic Research, 29, 233-246.

Doctoral thesis:

Dahlberg Johan (2016 ) Parents, Children and Childbearing.

Last updated: November 14, 2018

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