Time: Thursdays at 13:00—14:30 (unless otherwise stated)
Place: Stockholm University, Frescati, Hus B, 8th floor, B800

August 27: 13:00-14:30, B800
SUDA/SPaDE/SIMSAM/FP7 and other projects
Show and Tell

Sept. 3: 13:00-14:30, B800
Hyun Song Lee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Change in the Perception of Income Inequality: A comparison of US, UK, Germany, Sweden and Japan

Sept. 10: 13:00-14:30, B800
Eva Bernhardt (Stockholm University) and Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik (Statistics Norway)
A Study of Cohabiting and Married Individuals’ Relationship with Their Partners’ Parents

Sept. 17: 13:00-14:30, B900 (!) (joint Seminar SUDA/SPaDE and Department of Sociology)
Linda Haas (Indiana University)
‘It’s About Time!' - Company Support for Fathers’ Entitlement to Reduced Work Hours in Sweden

Sept. 24: 13:00-14.30, B800
Zsolt Spéder and Livia Murinkó (Hungarian Demographic Research Institute)
Children’s Experiences of Mothers’ Partnership Dissolution and Re-Partnering: Differences Between Union Types and Cohorts

Oct. 1: 13:00-14.30, B800
Isabel Valarino (University of Lausanne; SUDA)
Do Parental Leave Preferences Differ Across Countries? A Comparison of Sweden, Austria, Switzerland and the USA

Oct. 8: 13:00-14:30, B800
Kieron Barclay (London School of Economics)
Birth Intervals and the Consequences for Offsprings

Oct. 15:
SPaDE Workshop

Oct. 22: 13:00-14.30, B800
Michael Wells (Uppsala University, Dept. of Women’s and Children’s Health)
Swedish Gender Equality Is Not Yet Achieved: Policy Barriers to Father Involvement in Childcare

Oct. 29: 13:00-14.30, B800
Louisa Vogiazides and Karen Haandrikman (Stockholm University, Human Geography)
Exiting Distressed Neighbourhoods: The Timing of Spatial Assimilation Among International Immigrants in Sweden

Nov. 5: 13:00-14:30, B800 (joint seminar of SUDA and CSCE)
Kimmo Eriksson (School of Education, Culture and Communication, Mälardalen University)
Why does public opinion on morally charged issues change over time. A model based on moral foundations theory

Nov. 12: 13:00-14.30, B800
Ridhi Kashyap (Oxford University)
The Dynamics of Son Preference, Fertility Decline and Technology Diffusion on Sex Ratio at Birth Distortions: A Computational Approach

Nov. 19: 15:00-16:30 (!), B800
Maria Brandén, Ryszard Szulkin (Stockholm University and Linköping University) and Gunn Birkelund (University of Oslo and Linköping University)
Residential Segregation and Intergenerational Social Mobility

Nov. 26: 14:00-15.30 (!), B800 (please note different time)
Martin Kolk and Martin Hällsten (Stockholm University)
Number of descendants and their educational attainment.
A prospective analysis of demographic and socioeconomic stratification across 4 generations in 19th, 20th, and 21st century Sweden

Dec. 3: 13:00-14:30, B800
Ilari Ilmakunnas (Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare, and University of Turku)
Pathways to adulthood: Sequences in the school-to-work transition in Finland, Norway and Sweden

Dec. 10: 13:00-14.30, B800
Leah Ruppanner (University of Melbourne)
States of Disparity: Family and Gender Policy across US States

Dec. 17: 13:00-14.30, B800
Sara Thalberg and Nicklas Korsell (The Swedish Social Insurance Inspectorate)
Raised Minimum Benefit in Parental Insurance. Has it Affected the Use of Parental Leave and Childbearing?