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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

Research keywords

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., & Andersson, G. (2019). Fecundity and human birth seasonality in Sweden: a register-based study. Reproductive Health, 16(1), 87.

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: September 14, 2021

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