List of presentations

Parental background and union dissolution from a cross-national comparative perspective. Anne Brons Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) Netherlands, Juho Härkönen and Caroline Uggla Stockholm University Sweden.

Education, Gender, and Cohort Fertility in the Nordic Countries. Marika Jalovaara University of Turku, Finland, Gerda Ruth Neyer Stockholm University, Gunnar Andersson Stockholm University, Johan Dahlberg Stockholm University, Lars Dommermuth Statistics Norway, Peter Fallesen Stockholm University and Trude Lappegård University of Oslo, Norway.

Two Decades of Same-sex Marriage in Sweden: A Demographic Account. Martin Kolk and Gunnar Andersson, Stockholm University.

Contributions of cohabitation to parental separation: Microsimulations for Italy, Great Britain, and Norway. Elizabeth Thomson, Stockholm University, Maria Winkler-Dworak and Eva Beaujouan, Vienna Institute of Demography, Austria.


List of poster presentations

Occupations and Fathers on Extended Parental Leave, Sweden 2009. Helen Eriksson, Stockholm University.

Dual-Caring in Practice: Temporality in Couples’ Parental Leave-taking in Contemporary Sweden. Helen Eriksson, Stockholm University.

Perceived parental support and knowledge in shared physical custody and other living arrangements for children. Jani Turunen and Curt Hagquist, Stockholm University.

Financial uncertainty, sovereign risk and fertility: the case of Italy during the Great Recession. Chiara Ludovica Comolli, Stockholm University.

Change in the educational gradient of divorce and heterogeneous consequences of parental separation on children’s educational outcomes in Spain. Chiara Ludovica Comolli, Stockholm University Sweden and Fabrizio Bernardi, European University Institute Italy.

Incentive or obstacle? The use of parental leave of immigrant mothers. Eleonora Mussino and Ann-Zofie Duvander, Stockholm University.

Cash-for-Care use and Union Dissolution in Finland. Kathrin Morosow, Marika Jalovaara and Juho Härkönen, Stockholm Unversity.