Welcome to SUDA,
the Stockholm University Demography Unit*
SUDA is part of the Department of Sociology, offering training in demography through individual courses, multi-disciplinary one- and two-year master’s degrees, and a doctoral degree in sociological demography.
These programs are the only comprehensive demographic training in Sweden and are well connected with research schools throughout the world.
Our research concentrates on family dynamics – childbearing, partnerships, households – and the cultural, social, economic, and political conditions that underlie them. Most of the work we do is comparative, engaging data from countries throughout Europe and the rest of the world. We are particularly interested in the effects of social policy, gender relationships and attitudes or values on demographic behavior.
Standing from top left: Maria Brandén, Jani Turunen, Helen Eriksson, Ann-Zofie Duvander, Ognjen Obucina, Sunnee Billingsley, Juho Härkönen, Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk, Li Ma, Sara Thalberg, Elina Lindskog, Eleonora Mussino, Ida Viklund, Nora Sánchez Gassen, Jan Hoem, Gunnar Andersson, Livia Oláh, Elizabeth Thomson, and Eva Bernhardt.
Affiliated research centers and large-scale projects
FamiliesAndSocieties – Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations
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*Stockholms universitets demografiska avdelning
Swedish GGS data released
SUDA Demographic Colloquium Series Fall 2015
Li Ma as Marie Curie postdoc
Livia Oláh at UN Expert Group Meeting
SUDA at the 2015 PAA meeting in San Diego
Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk defends her PhD Thesis
Andrea Monti new PhD student
PhD Opening in Sociological Demography, Deadline for application March 1
Kieron Barclay defends his PhD Thesis
Sunnee Billingsley appointed Docent
New cohort of master students in Demography
Li Ma defends her PhD Thesis
SUDA represented at EPC, June 25-29
Department of Sociology
S-106 91 Stockholm
Universitetsvägen 10 B
8th and 9th floor
Telephone: +46 8 16 20 00
Fax: +46 8 612 55 80