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Previous publications from the Stockholm University Demography Unit, SUDA

Here you will find previous publications from the Stockholm University Demography Unit, SUDA.

















  • Andersson, Gunnar and Martin Kolk, Trends in Childbearing, Marriage and Divorce in Sweden: An Update with Data up to 2012. Published in Finnish Yearbook of Population Research 2015: 21-30.
  • Andersson, Gunnar, Ognjen Obućina, and Kirk Scott, 2015. Marriage and divorce of immigrants and descendants of immigrants in Sweden. Demographic Research 33(2): 31-64. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2015.33.2.
  • Andersson, Linus, 2015. Gender, family life course and attitudes towards divorce in Sweden. Acta Sociologica, 0001699315615639.
  • Barclay, Kieron J., 2015. A within-family analysis of birth order and intelligence using population conscription data on Swedish men. Intelligence, 49, 134-143. 
  • Barclay, Kieron J., 2015. Birth order and educational attainment: evidence from fully adopted sibling groups. Intelligence, 48, 109-122. 
  • Barclay, Kieron J. and Martin Kolk, 2015. Birth Order and Mortality: A Population Based Cohort Study. Demography 52(2): 613–639.
  • Dahlberg, Johan, 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, Charlotte, Johan Carlsson Dahlberg, Gunnar Andersson, and Sven Cnattingius, 2015. “Mode of delivery and the probability of subsequent childbearing: A population-based register study”. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 122(12): 1593-1600. DOI: 10.1111/1471-0528.13021
  • Goldscheider, Frances, Eva Bernhardt and Trude Lappegård, 2015. The gender revolution: A framework for understanding changing family and demographic behavior. Population and Development Review 41.2: 207-239.
  • Hoem, Jan M., 2015. Life Table. In: Wright, James D. (editor-in-chief). International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 14. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 89-92.
  • Härkönen, Juho, 2015. Divorce. In Scott, Robert A. and Kosslyn, Stephen M. (eds.) Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons. DOI: 10.1002/9781118900772.etrds0083.
  • Kolk, Martin, A Life Course Analysis of Geographical Distance to Siblings, Parents and Grandparents in Sweden. Final version published 2016 in Population, Space and Place 10.1002/psp.2020.
  • Kolk, Martin, 2015. Age Differences in Unions: Continuity and Divergence Among Swedish Couples Between 1932 and 2007. European Journal of Population 31(4): 365-382.
  • Kolk, Martin, 2015. The causal effect of an additional sibling on completed fertility – An estimation of intergenerational fertility correlations by looking at siblings of twins. Demographic Research, forthcoming.
  • Kolk, Martin and Sebastian Schnettler, 2015. Socioeconomic status and sex ratios at birth in Sweden: No evidence for a trivers–willard effect for a wide range of status indicators. Am. J. Hum. Biol.. doi: 10.1002/ajhb.22756.
  • Mäenpää, Elina and Jalovaara, Marika, 2015: Achievement replacing ascription? Changes in homogamy in education and social class origins in Finland. Advances in Life Course Research (26): 76–88.
  • Nedoluzhko, Lesia, and Victor Agadjanian, 2015. Between Tradition and Modernity: Marriage Dynamics in Kyrgyzstan. Demography (2015): 1-22.
  • Sinyavskaya, Oxana & Sunnee Billingsley, 2015. The Importance of Job Characteristics to Women’s Fertility Intentions and Behavior in Russia. Genus 71(1): 23-59.


  • Andersson, Gunnar, Michaela Kreyenfeld, and Tatjana Mika, 2014. Welfare state context, female labor-market attachment and childbearing in Germany and Denmark. Journal of Population Research 31(4):287-316.
  • Barclay, Kieron J. and Mikko Myrskylä, 2014). Birth order and physical fitness in early adulthood: evidence from Swedish military conscription data. Social Science & Medicine, 123, 141-148. 
  • Barclay, Kieron J. and KirkScott, 2014. Workplace sex composition and ischaemic heart disease: alongitudinal analysis using Swedish register data. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 42, 525-533.
  • Bihagen, Erik and Juho Härkönen, 2014. Könsskillnader i karriärer: utveckling för kvinnor och män födda 1925 till 1981. Pp. 212-234 in Evertsson, Marie and Magnusson, Charlotta (eds.) Ojämlikhetens dimensioner: uppväxtvillkor, arbete och hälsa i Sverige. Stockholm: Libera.
  • Billingsley, Sunnee, Luule Sakkeus, and Allan Puur, 2014. Jobs, Careers, and Becoming a Parent under State Socialist and Market Conditions: Evidence from Estonia 1971-2006. Demographic Research 30(64): 1769-1792.
  • Billingsley, Sunnee and Tommy Ferrarini, 2014. Family Policy and Fertility Intentions in 21 European Countries. Journal of Marriage and Family, 76(2): 428-445.
  • Brandén, Maria, 2014. Gender, Gender Ideology, and Couples’ Migration Decisions. Journal of Family Issues 35.7: 950-971.
  • Brandén, Maria, 2014. Gendered Migration Patterns within a Sex Segregated Labor Market. Stockholm University Demography Unit – Dissertation Series, No 10.
  • Caselli, Graziella, Sven Drefahl, Christian Wegner-Siegmundt and Marc Luy, 2014. Future mortality
  • in low-mortality countries. In: Lutz W, Butz WP, Samir KC, World Population & Human Capital in the 21st Century, pp. 226-272, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • De Santis, Gustavo, Sven Drefahl & Daniele Vignoli, 2014. A Period Total Fertility Rate with Covariates for Short-Panel Data. Population, English edition, 69(3), 419-432.
  • Donrovich, Robyn, Sven Drefahl & Ilona Koupil, 2014. Early life conditions, partnership histories, and mortality risk for Swedish men and women born 1915–1929. Social Science & Medicine, 108, 60-67.
  • Drefahl, Sven, Anders Ahlbom & Karin Modig, 2014. Losing Ground-Swedish Life Expectancy in a Comparative Perspective. PloS one, 9(2), e88357.
  • Elveborg Lindskog, Elina, 2014. Violent Conflict and Sexual Behavior in Rwanda. Population, Space and Place.
  • Erola, Jani and Juho Härkönen, 2014. Lastensaannin vaikutus hyvinvointiin Euroopassa. Pp. 78-99 in Niemelä, Mikko (ed.) Eurooppalaiset elinolot. Helsinki: Kansaneläkelaitos.
  • Fahlén, Susanne, 2014. Does Gender Matter? Policies, Norms and the Gender Gap in Work-to-Home and Home-to-Work Conflict across Europe. Community, Work & Family, 17(4): 371-391.
  • Hoem, Jan M., 2014. The Dangers of Conditioning on the Time of Occurrence of one Demographic Process in the Analysis of Another. Population Studies: 68(2): 151-159.
  • Härkönen, Juho, 2014. Divorce: Trends, Patterns, Causes, Consequences, in: Treas, Judith, Jacqueline Scott and Martin Richards (Eds), The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Families. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Härkönen, Juho, 2014. Birth Order Effects on Educational Attainment and Educational Transitions in West Germany. European Sociological Review 30(2): 166–179.
  • Härkönen, Juho. 2014. Työn monet muodot. Pp. 95-109 in Erola, Jani & Räsänen, Pekka. Johdatus sosiologian perusteisiin. Helsinki: Gaudeamus.
  • Kolk, Martin, 2014. Understanding Transmission of Fertility Across Multiple Generations – Socialization or socioeconomics? Research. Social Stratification and Mobility, 35: 89-103.
  • Karampampa, Korinna, Tomas Andersson, Sven Drefahl, Anders Ahlbom, & Karin Modig, 2014. Does Improved Survival Lead to a More Fragile Population: Time Trends in Second and Third Hospital Admissions among Men and Women above the Age of 60 in Sweden. PloS one, 9(6), e99034.
  • Kolk, Martin, 2014. Multigenerational Transmission of Family Size in Contemporary Sweden. Population Studies, 68(2): 111-129.
  • Kolk, Martin, Daniel Cownden and Magnus Enquist, 2014. Correlations in fertility across generations – can low fertility persist. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281(1779): 20132561.
  • Kreyenfeld, Michaela, and Gunnar Andersson, 2014. Socioeconomic differences in the unemployment and fertility nexus: Evidence from Denmark and Germany. Advances in Life Course Research, 21: 59–73.
  • Lariccia, Francesca, Eleonora Mussino, Antonella Pinnelli e Sabrina Prati (2014), Differenze negli esiti perinatali in Italia: il ruolo della cittadinanza. In: Stranieri in Italia: Figli, lavoro, vita quotidiana (a cura di A. Colombo). Collana Ricerche e studi dell'Istituto Carlo Cattaneo.
  • Ma, Li, 2015. Economic crisis and women's labor force return after childbirth: Evidence from South Korea. Demographic Research 31 (2014): 511-551.
  • Manzoni, Anna, Juho Härkönen and Karl Ulrich Mayer, 2014. Moving on? A growth-curve analysis of occupational attainment and career progression patterns in West Germany. Social Forces 92(4): 1285-1312.
  • Mussino, Eleonora, Salvatore Strozza and Laura Terzera, 2014. Il ruolo delle variabili individuali e delle realtà d’insediamento nell’integrazione degli immigrati, In Donadio P., Gabrielli G., Massari M. (a cura), Uno come te. Europei e nuovi europei nei percorsi di integrazione, FrancoAngeli-Ismu, Milano.
  • Obućina, Ognjen, 2014. Paths Into and Out of Poverty Among Immigrants in Sweden. Acta Sociologica, 57(1): 5 - 23
  • Ohlsson-Wijk, Sofi, 2014. "Digit Preferences in Marriage Formation in Sweden: Millennium Marriages and Birthday Peaks". Demographic Research 30(25): 421-432.
  • Oláh, Livia Sz. and Michael Gähler, 2014. Gender Equality Perceptions, Division of Paid and Unpaid Work, and Partnership Dissolution in Sweden. Social Forces, 93 (2): 571-594.
  • Rigattieri, Stefano, Alessandro Sciahbasi, Sven Drefahl, Eleonora Mussino, Maria Cera, Cristian Di Russo, Silvio Fedele, and Francesco Rocco Pugliese, 2014. Transradial Access and Radiation Exposure in Diagnostic and Interventional Coronary Procedures. The Journal of invasive cardiology, 26(9), 469-474.
  • Schéele, Siv and Gunnar Andersson, 2017. “Municipality attraction and commuter mobility in urban Sweden: An analysis based on longitudinal population data”. Urban Studies: online first. DOI: 10.1177/0042098017705829.
  • Thomson, Elizabeth, 2014. Family Complexity in Europe. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 654: 245-258.
  • Thomson, Elizabeth, Trude Lappegård, Marcia Carlson, Ann Evans and Edith Gray, 2014. Childbearing across partnerships in Australia, the United States, Norway, and Sweden. Demography 51(2):  485-508.
  • Turunen, Jani, 2014. Adolescent Educational Outcomes in Blended Families: Evidence from Swedish Register Data 1998-2007. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage 55(7): 568-589.
  • Vinnerljung, B., Sallnäs, M. & Berlin, M. (2014). Placement breakdowns in long-term foster care – a regional Swedish study. Child and Family Social Work. [DOI:10.1111/cfs.12189]


  • Andersson, Gunnar, and Boris Sobolev. Small Effects of Selective Migration and Selective Survival. Retrospective Studies of Fertility. European Journal of Population, 29(3):345-354.
  • Barclay, Kieron, Sex Ratios at Sexual Maturity and Longevity: Evidence from Swedish Register Data. Demographic Research, 29(31): 837-864.
  • Barclay, Kieron, 2013. Sex Composition of the Workplace and Mortality Risk. Journal of Biosocial Science, 45(6): 807-821
  • Barclay, K. J., Edling, C., & Rydgren, J. (2013). Peer clustering of exercise and eating behaviours among young adults in Sweden: a cross-sectional study of egocentric network data. BMC Public Health, 13(1), 784. doi: https://doi.org10.1186/1471-2458-13-784
  • Bengtsson, Tommy and Kirk Scott, The World Population in Historical Perspective, In: Burke, R., Cooper, C. & Field, J. (eds.) SAGE Handbook of Aging, Work and Society, London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Bergström, M., Modin, B., Fransson, E., Rajmil, L., Berlin, M., Gustafs-son, P. A. & Hjern, A. (2013). Living in two homes-a Swedish na-tional survey of wellbeing in 12 and 15 year olds with joint physical custody. BMC Public Health. [DOI:10.1186/1471-2458-13-868]
  • Brandén, Maria, 2013. Couples' Education and Regional Mobility – the Importance of Occupation, Income and Gender in Population. Space and Place 19(5): 522-536.
  • Cooke, Lynn Prince, Jani Erola, Marie Evertsson, Michael Gähler, Juho Härkönen, Belinda Hewitt, Marika Jalovaara, Man-Yee Kan, Torkild Hovde Lyngstad, Letizia Mencarini, Jean-Francois Mignot, Dimitri Mortelmans, Anne-Rigt Poortman, Christian Schmitt and Heike Trappe, 2013. Labor and love: Wives' employment and divorce risk in its socio-political context. Social Politics 20(4): 482-509.
  • Dahlberg, Johan, 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(9): 233-246.
  • Dahlberg, Johan, 2013. Family Influence on Becoming a Parent: Brother and Sister Correlations in Propensity to Enter Parenthood for Men and Women Born 1936–1963. Demographic Research, 29(9): 233-246.
  • Dahlin, Johanna and Juho Härkönen, 2013. Cross-national Differences in the Gnder Gap in Subjective Health in Europe: Does Country-level Gender Equality Matter? Social Science & Medicine 98: 24-28.
  • Fahlén, Susanne, 2013. Capabilities and childbearing intentions in Europe: The association between reconciliation policies, economic uncertainties and women’s fertility. European Societies, 15(5):639-662.
  • Fahlén, Susanne, 2013. The agency gap: Policies, Norms and Working Time Capabilities across Welfare states. In Worklife Balance: The Agency and Capabilities Gap, ed. Barbara Hobson, pp. 35-56. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Fahlén, Susanne and Livia Sz. Oláh, 2013. "Work and childbearing intentions in a capability perspective: Young adult women in Sweden". In: Livia Sz. Oláh and Ewa Fratczak, Eds, Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Policies in Contemporary Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 28-64.
  • Fortini, Marco, Luca Mancini, Luigi Marcone, Eleonora Mussino and Evelina Paluzzi, 2013. Chi si stabilisce in Italia? transizione verso la residenza degli immigrati extracomunitari Rivista Italiana di Economia, Demografia e Statistica- Volume LXVII n. 3/4 Luglio-Dicembre 2013.
  • Goldscheider, Frances, Eva Bernhardt, and Maria Brandén, 2013. Domestic gender equality and childbearing in Sweden. Demographic Research 29: 1097-1126.
  • Hjern, A., Rajmil, L., Bergström, M., Berlin, M., Gustafsson, P. A. & Mo-din, B. (2013). Migrant density and well-being—A national school survey of 15-year-olds in Sweden. European Journal of Public Health Advance. [DOI:10.1093/eurpub/ckt106]
  • Hoem, Jan M., Cornelia Mureşan and Mihaela Hărăguş, 2013. Recent Features of Cohabitational and Marital Fertility in Romania. Population (E) 68(4): 579-606.
  • Hoem, Jan M., Marika Jalovaara and Cornelia Mureşan, 2013. Recent Fertility Patterns of Finnish Women by Union Status: A Descriptive Account. Demographic Research 28(14): 409–420.
  • Karampampa, Korinna, Sven Drefahl, Tomas Andersson, Anders Ahlbom, and Karin Modig, 2013. Trends in age at first hospital admission in relation to trends in life expectancy in Swedish men and women above the age of 60. BMJ open, 3(9), e003447.
  • Kolk, Martin and Sebastian Schnettler, 2013. Parental status and gender preferences for children: Is differential fertility stopping consistent with the Trivers-Willard hypothesis? Journal of Biosocial Science, 45(5): 683-704.
  • Lariccia, Francesca, Eleonora Mussino, Antonella Pinnelli and Sabrina Prati, 2013. Antenatal care in Italy: Differences between Italian and Foreign Women. GENUS Vol 69, No 2.
  • Ljung, Rickard, Sven Drefahl, Gunnar Andersson, and Jesper Lagergren, 2013. Socio-Demographic and Geographical Factors in Esophageal and Gastric Cancer Mortality in Sweden. PloS one, 8(4), e62067.
  • Ma, Li, 2013. Employment and Motherhood Entry in South Korea, 1978-2006 in Population - E, 68 (3), 419-446.
  • Modig, Karin, Sven Drefahl, and Anders Ahlbom, 2013. Limitless longevity: Comment on the Contribution of rectangularization to the secular increase of life expectancy. International journal of epidemiology, dyt035.
  • Modig, Karin, Tomas Andersson, Sven Drefahl, and Anders Ahlbom, 2013. Age-specific trends in morbidity, mortality and case-fatality from cardiovascular disease, myocardial infarction and stroke in advanced age: evaluation in the Swedish population. PloS one, 8(5), e64928.
  • Mussino, Eleonora and Alyson Van Raalte, 2013. Immigrant Fertility: A Comparative Study between Italy and Russia. International Migration vol 51-2 pag 148-164.
  • Neyer, Gerda, Trude Lappegård and Daniele Vignoli. Gender Equality and Fertility: Which Equality Matters?
  • European Journal of Population 29(3): 245-272.
  • Neyer, Gerda, Welfare States, Family Policies and Fertility in Europe. In: Neyer, G., et al., (eds.), The Demography of Europe. Doordrecht: Springer, 29-54.
  • Neyer, Gerda, Gunnar Andersson, and Hill Kulu. The Demography of Europe: Introductiom. In: Neyer, G., et al. (eds), The Demography of Europe. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Neyer, Gerda, Gunnar Andersson, Hill Kulu, Laura Bernardi, and Christoph Bühler. The Demography of Europe. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Neyer, Gerda, Jan Hoem, and Gunnar Andersson. Kinderlosigkeit, Bildungsrichtung und Bildungsniveau. Ergebnisse einer Untersuchung schwedischer und österreichischer Frauen der Geburtenjahrgänge 1955-59. In: Konietzka, D., and Kreyenfeld, M., Eds, Ein Leben ohne Kinder – Kinderlosigkeit in Deutschland, 2nd Edition: 101-135. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
  • Obućina, Ognjen, 2013. Occupational Trajectories and Occupational Cost Among Senegalese Immigrants in Europe. Demographic Research, 28(19): 557-580.
  • Oláh, Livia Sz. and Ewa Fratczak (eds.), 2013. Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe. Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Oláh, Livia Sz. and Susanne Fahlén, 2013. Introduction: Aspirations and uncertainties. Childbearing choices and work-life realities in Europe. In L.Sz. Oláh and E. Fratczak (eds.) Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe. Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-27.
  • Oláh, Livia Sz. and Susanne Fahlén, 2013. Concluding thoughts on childbearing, women’s work and work-life balance policy nexus in Europe in the dawn of 21st century. In L.Sz. Oláh and E. Fratczak (eds.) Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe. Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 207-217.
  • Thomson, Elizabeth and Helen Eriksson, 2013. Register-based Estimates of Parents' Coresidence in Sweden, 1969-2007. Demographic Research 29(42):1153-1186.
  • Vignoli, Daniele, Francesca Rinesi and Eleonora Mussino, 2013. A home to plan a child?  Fertility intentions and housing conditions in Italy. Population, Space and Place Volume 19, Issue 1, pages 60–71.


  • Bengtsson, Tommy, and Kirk Scott, 2012. Välfärden i ett åldrande Sverige – en framtidsskiss i historisk belysning, In Swärd, H., Edebalk, P.G. & E. Wadensjö (eds.) Vägar till välfärd, Malmö: Liber
  • Bertram, Hans, Martin Bujard, Gerda Neyer., Ilona Ostner, and Katharina Spiess, 2012. Familienpolitik für Kinder und Eltern. In: Stock, G. et al. (eds.): Zukunft mit Kindern. Fertilität und gesellschaftliche Entwicklung in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, 198-293.
  • Billingsley, Sunnee, 2012. Intragenerational mobility and mortality in Russia: Short and Longer-Term Effects. Social Science & Medicine, 75: 2326-2336
  • Danielsson, M. & Berlin, M. (2012). Chapter 4 Health in the working-age population in Health in Sweden: The National Public Health Report 2012. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. [DOI: 10.1177/1403494812459464]
  • Drefahl Sven, 2012. Do the Married Really Live Longer? The Role of Cohabitation and Socioeconomic Status. Journal of Marriage and Family, 74(3): 462-475
  • Drefahl Sven, Hans Lundström, Karin Modig, Anders Ahlbom, 2012. The Era of Centenarians: Mortality of the Oldest Old in Sweden. Journal of Internal Medicine, 272(1): 100-102
  • Duvander, Ann-Zofie, and Mats Johansson, 2012, What are the Effects of Reforms Promoting Fathers’ Parental Leave Use? Journal of European Social Policy 22(3): 19-330
  • Erola, Jani, Juho Härkönen, and Jaap Dronkers, 2012. More Careful or Less Marriageable? Parental Divorce, Spouse Selection, and Entry into Marriage. Social Forces 90(4):1323-1345
  • Holland, Jennifer, 2012. Home and Where the Heart Is: Marriage Timing and Joint Home Purchase, European Journal of Population 28(1): 65-89
  • Holland, Jennifer and Elizabeth Thomson, 2012. Stepfamily Childbearing in Sweden: Quantum and Tempo Effects, 1950-99 in Population Studies 65(1):115-128.
  • Huang, K., Lu, J. and Kirk Scott, 2012. Rate of Ageing of the Chinese Oldest-Old and its Determinants, Population Research Bimonthly, 36 (4): 64-77 (in Chinese)
  • Härkönen, Juho, Kaymakcalan, Hande, Mäki, Pirjo and Taanila, Anja, 2012. Prenatal Health, Educational Attainment, and Intergenerational Inequality: The Northern Finland Birth Cohort 1966 Study. Demography 49(2):525-552
  • Kaufman, Gayle, and Eva Bernhardt, 2012. His and Her Job: What Matters Most for Fertility Plans and Actual Childbearing? Family Relations 61: 686-697
  • Kreyenfeld, Michaela, Gunnar Andersson and Ariane Pailhé, 2012. Economic Uncertainty and Family Dynamics in Europem, Demographic Research 27(28): 835-852
  • Lager, A., Berlin, M., Heimerson, I. & Danielsson, M. (2012). Chapter 3 Young people's health in Health in Sweden: The National Public Health Report 2012. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. [DOI: 10.1177/1403494812459459]
  • Leander, K., Berlin, M., Eriksson, A., Gillander Gådin, K., Hensing, G., Krantz, G., Swahnberg, K. & Danielsson, M. (2012). Chapter 12 Vi-olence in Health in Sweden: The National Public Health Report 2012. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. [DOI: 10.1177/1403494812459609]
  • Lundström, Karin E. and Gunnar Andersson, 2012. Labor-market Status, Migrant Status and First Childbearing in Sweden. Demographic Research 27(25): 717-742
  • Marten, Carina, Gerda, Neyer, and Ilona Ostner, 2012. Neue Risiken, neue Politiken – Familienpolitischer Wandel in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Soziale Welt 19, 115-137
  • Modig Karin, Sven Drefahl, Tommy Andersson, Anders Ahlbom, 2012. The Aging Population in Sweden - Can Declining Incidence Rates in MI, Stroke and Cancer Counterbalance the Future Demographic Challenges?, In: European Journal of Epidemiology, 27(2):139-145
  • Rooth, D.O. & Kirk Scott, 2012. Three Generations in the New World. Labor Market Outcomes of Swedish Americans in the United States, 1880-2000. Scandinavian Economic History Review 60(1): 31-49
  • Thomson, Elizabeth, and Sara S. McLanahan, 2012. Reflections on “Family Structure and Child Well-Being: Economic Resources vs. Parental Socialization”. Social Forces 91(1):45–53.
  • Thomson, Elizabeth, Maria Winkler-Dworak, and Sheela Kennedy, 2012. The Standard Family Life Course: An Assessment off Variability in Life Course Pathways. In: Evans, A. and J. Baxter Eds, Negotiating the Life Course in Life Pathways. Springer
  • Thomson, Elizabeth, Maria Winkler-Dworak, Martin Spielauer, and Alexia Prskawetz, Union Instability as an Engine of Fertility? A Micro-simulation Model for France. Demography 49(1): 175-195
  • Vignoli, Daniele, Sven Drefahl and Gustavo De Santis, 2012. Whose Economic Instability Affects the Likelihood of Becoming a Parent in Italy? A Tale of Two Partners. Demographic Research 26(2): 41-62