SPaDE researchers were again well represented at the Population Association of America meeting 2015 and presented a number of papers with demographic research, as follows:


Life Course Trajectories and Neighborhood Context: A Cohort Based Study of Transition to Parenthood, Eva K. Andersson, Stockholm University; Bo Malmberg, Stockholm University; Elizabeth Thomson, SUDA and University of Wisconsin-Madison

Gender Equality within Dual-Earner and Dual-Career Couples across Different Policy Regimes and Norm Systemsin Europe, Susanne Fahlén, SUDA

Contextual Influence on Mate Selection: Is There an Effect of Adolescent Neighborhood Characteristics on Future Partner Choice?, Karen Haandrikman, Stockholm University; BoMalmberg, Stockholm University

The following work was presented at poster sessions:

Does the Radical Right Have a Future in Swedish Politics? Socio-Demographic Structure and Voter Support for the Sweden Democrats, Margarita Chudnovskaya, SUDA; Tina Goldschmidt, Stockholm University               

Nordic Family Policy and Continued Fertility, Trude Lappegård, Statistics Norway; Ann-Zofie Duvander, SUDA; Synøve N. Andersen, Statistics Norway; Olof Gardarsdottir, University of Iceland; Gerda R. Neyer, SUDA; Ida Viklund, SUDA

Intergenerational Transmission of Fertility Timing in Germany, Kathrin Morosow, SUDA; Heike Trappe, University of Rostock

Examining the Interplay of Housing and Childbearing Trajectories of Young Adults in Sweden, Margarita Chudnovskaya, SUDA

Conceptualizing Child Care Patterns in a Dual-Carer Setting, Helen Eriksson, SUDA

Long-Distance Relocations of One-Earner and Two-Earner Couples in Australia, Britain, Germany and Sweden: Intersections of Gender and Institutional Context, Maria Brandén, SUDA; Francisco Perales, University of Queensland; Philipp M Lersch, University of Cologne