Stockholm University Linnaeus Center for Social Policy and Family Dynamics in Europe (The Swedish Research Council), headed by Elizabeth Thomson.

Stockholm University SIMSAM Node for Demographic Research, SUNDEM (The Swedish Research Council). More information on SUNDEM's webpage. Headed by Gunnar Andersson.

Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations (FamiliesAndSocieties). More information here: FamiliesAndSocieties. Headed by Livia Oláh.

Tackling Inequalities in Time of Austerity (TITA), headed by Juho Härkönen.

Ageing well - individuals, families and households under changing demographic regimes in Sweden. Project coordinator: Gunnar Andersson.

Migrant trajectories More information and contacts here.


Gunnar Andersson:

Swedish families in the past and present: Family structure and kinship over 250 years (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte - Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare)).

Sunnee Billingsley:

The demographic imprint of social mobility: Fertility and mortality in Sweden (Forte).

Maria Brandén:

Apples falling far from the tree. Childhood social context and its importance for intergenerational social mobility (The Swedish Research Council)

Ann-Zofie Duvander:

Demographic effects of the Nordic family policy (Norwegian SS)

His and her earnings following parenthood and implications for social inequality: Cohort and cross-national comparisons (The Swedish Research Council)
Pioneers in family life and gender equality: Recent trends among young adults in Sweden (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))

Elizabeth Thomson:

European Population Conference (Swedish Research Council, Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte)).

Thomson, Elizabeth. Co-residence and family complexity in Sweden, based on GGS-data. 2015-2018 (VR)

Jani Turunen:

“Shared Physical Custody in Sweden – Development, determinants, stability and outcomes of a new form of family organization" (Forte).