Kieron James BarclayUniversitetslektor, Docent i sociologi
I am a Pro Futura Scientia Fellow at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study (SCAS) and Docent at the Department of Sociology at Stockholm University.
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- Barclay, K. and Hällsten, M. Does the impact of parental death vary by parental socioeconomic status? A study of children's educational and occupational attainment. Journal of Marriage and Family. Online First.
- Grätz, M., Barclay, K., Wiborg, Ø., Lyngstad, T. H., Karhula, A., Erola, J., Präg, P., Laidley, T. M. and Conley, D. (2021). Sibling similarity in education across and within societies. Demography 58(3), 1011-1037.
- Barclay, K., Lyngstad, T. H. and Conley, D. (2021). The production of inequalities within families and across generations: the intergenerational effects of birth order on educational attainment. European Sociological Review. Online First.
- Filser, A., Barclay, K., Beckley, A., Uggla, C. and Schnettler, S. (2021). Are skewed sex ratios associated with violent crime? A longitudinal analysis using Swedish register data. Evolution and Human Behavior 42(3), 212-222.
- Barclay, K. and Kolk, M. The influence of health in early adulthood on male fertility (2020). Population and Development Review 46(4), 757-785.
- Barclay, K., Donrovich Thorén, R., Hanson, H. and Smith, K. R. The effects of marital status, fertility, and bereavement on adult mortality in polygamous and monogamous households: evidence from the Utah Population Database (2020). Demography 57(6), 2169-2198.
- Barclay, K., Baranowska-Rataj, A., Kolk, M. and Ivarsson, A. (2020). Interpregnancy intervals and perinatal and child health in Sweden: a comparison within families and across social groups. Population Studies 74(3), 363-378.
- Molitoris, M., Barclay, K. and Kolk, M. (2019). When and where birth spacing matters for child survival: an international comparison using the DHS. Demography 56(4), 1349-1370.
- Kolk, M. and Barclay, K. (2019). Cognitive ability and fertility among Swedish men born 1951-1967: evidence from military conscription registers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286(1902).
- Barclay, K. and Kolk, M. (2019). Parity and mortality: an examination of different explanatory mechanisms using data on biological and adoptive parents. European Journal of Population 35(1), 63-85.
- Barclay, K. and Kolk, M. (2018). Birth intervals and health in adulthood: a comparison of siblings using Swedish register data. Demography 55(3), 929-955.
- Barclay, K. and Myrskylä, M. (2018). Parental age and offspring mortality: negative effects of reproductive aging may be counterbalanced by secular increases in longevity. Population Studies 72(2), 157-173.
- Barclay, K., Hällsten, M. and Myrskylä, M. (2017). Birth order and college major in Sweden. Social Forces 96(2), 629-660.
- Barclay, K. and Kolk, M. (2017). The long-term cognitive and socioeconomic consequences of birth intervals: a within-family sibling comparison using Swedish register data. Demography 54(2), 459-484.
- Goisis, A., Remes, H., Barclay, K., Martikainen, P., and Myrskylä, M. (2017). Advanced maternal age is not an independent risk factor for low birth weight or preterm birth. American Journal of Epidemiology.
- Baranowska-Rataj, A., Barclay, K. and Kolk, M. (2017). The Effect of Number of Siblings on Adult Mortality: Evidence from Swedish Registers. Population Studies 71(1), 43-63.
- Barclay, K., Keenan, K., Grundy, E., Kolk, M. and Myrskylä, M. (2016). Reproductive history and post-reproductive mortality: a sibling comparison analysis using Swedish register data. Social Science & Medicine 155, 82-92.
- Barclay, K. and Myrskylä, M. (2016). Advanced maternal age and offspring outcomes: reproductive aging and counterbalancing period trends. Population and Development Review 42(1), 69-94.
- Barclay, K. and Kolk, M. (2015). Birth order and mortality: a population-based cohort study. Demography 52(2), 613-639.
- Barclay, K. (2015). A within-family analysis of birth order and intelligence using population conscription data on Swedish men. Intelligence 49, 134-143.
- Barclay, K. (2015). Birth order and educational attainment: evidence from fully adopted sibling groups. Intelligence 48, 109-122.
- Barclay, K. and Myrskylä, M. (2014). Birth order and physical fitness in early adulthood: evidence from Swedish military conscription data. Social Science & Medicine 123, 141-148.
- Barclay, K. (2013). Sex ratios at sexual maturity and longevity: evidence from Swedish register data. Demographic Research 29(31):837-864.
Familjedemografi, fertilitet, dödlighet, hälsa, status attainment