2013

  • SRRD_2013:20 Obućina, Ognjen, After Swedish Intermarriage. Final version published 2016 as "Partner Choice in Sweden Following a Failed Intermarriage", in European Journal of Population, 32(4): 511-542.
  • SRRD 2013:19 Brandén, Maria and Karen Haandrikman, Who Moves to Whom? Gender Differences in the Distance Moved to a Shared Residence. Forthcoming 2018 in European Journal of Population.
  • SRRD_2013:18 (634 Kb) Brandén, Maria, Family Migration and Gender Differentials in Earnings: The Impact of Occupational Sex Segregation
  • SRRD_2013:17 (305 Kb) Duntava, Aija, and Sunnee Billingsley, Changing Life Course Regimes (CLiCR) Data: Harmonization Manual
  • SRRD_2013:16 Barclay, Kieron, Sibling Set Order and Educational Attainment: Evidence from Fully Adopted Sibling Groups
    Final version published 2015 as "Birth order and educational attainment: evidence from fully adopted sibling groups", in Intelligence (48): 109-122.
  • SRRD_2013:15 Duvander, Ann-Zofie and Tommy Ferrarini, Sweden's Family Policy under Change: Past, Present, Future
    Final version published 2013 as a Friedrich Ebert Stiftung International Policy Analysis (August 2013)
  • SRRD_2013:14 Barclay, J. Kieron and Martin Kolk, Birth Order and Mortality: A Population-based Cohort Study
    Final version published 2015 in Demography (2015) 52:613–639.
  • SRRD_2013:13 (316 Kb) Thalberg, Sara, First Education, then Children? A Qualitative Study of Students‟ Childbearing Attitudes and Intentions
  • SRRD_2013:12 Sinyavskaya, Oxana and Sunnee Billingsley, The Importance of Job Characteristics to Women’s Fertility Intentions and Behavior in Russia
    Final version published 2015 in Genus 71(1): 23-59.
  • SRRD_2013:11 Ma, Li , Economic Crisis and Women’s Labor Force Return after Childbirth: Evidence from South Korea
    Final version published 2014 in Demographic Research 31 (2014): 511-551.
  • SRRD_2013:10 Turunen, Jani, Adolescent Educational Outcomes in Blended Families: Evidence from Swedish Register Data 1998-2007
    Final version published 2014 in Journal of Divorce & Remarriage 55(7): 568-589.
  • SRRD_2013:9 Lindskog, Elveborg, Elina, Violent Conflict and Sexual Behavior in Rwanda
    Final version published 2016, in Population, Space and Place 22: 241-254.
  • SRRD_2013:8 Kreyenfeld, Michaela, and Gunnar Andersson, Socioeconomic Differences in the Unemployment and Fertility Nexus: A Comparison of Denmark and Germany
    Final version published 2014 as "Socioeconomic differences in the unemployment and fertility nexus: Evidence from Denmark and Germany", in Advances in Life Course Research  21: 59-73.
  • SRRD_2013:7 Härkönen, Juho, Divorce: Trends, Patterns, Causes, Consequences
    Final version published 2014 in: Treas, Judith, Jacqueline Scott and Martin Richards (Eds), The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Families. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • SRRD_2013:6 Wimark, Thomas and John Öst, The City as a Single Gay Male Magnet? Gay and Lesbian Geographical Concentration in Sweden
    Final version published 2014, in Population, Space and Place 20(8): 739-752.
  • SRRD_2013:5 De Santis, Gustavo, Sven Drefahl, and Daniele Vignoli, A Period TFR with Covariates for Short-Panel Data
    Final version published as "A Period Total Fertility Rate with Covariates for Short-Panel Data." in Population, English edition 69.3 (2014): 419-432.
  • SRRD_2013:4 Kolk, Martin, Understanding Transmission of Fertility Preferences Across Multiple Generations – Socialization or Socioeconomics?
    Final version published 2014 as "Understanding Transmission of Fertility Across Multiple Generations – Socialization or socioeconomics?" Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 35: 89-103
  • SRRD_2013:3 Brandén, Maria, Gender and Couples’ Career Migration in Sweden. Final version published 2014 in Journal of Family Issues 35(7): 950-971.
  • SRRD_2013:2 (914 Kb) Caporali, Arianna, Sebastian Klüsener, Gerda Neyer, Sandra Krapf and Olga Grigorieva, Providing Easy Access to Cross-Country Comparative Contextual Data for Demographic Research: Concept and Recent Advances of the Generations & Gender Programme Contextual Database
  • SRRD_2013:1 Oláh, Livia Sz. and Susanne Fahlén, Childbearing, Women‟s Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe: Introduction and Conclusions
    Final version published 2013 as Introductory chapter in Livia Sz. Oláh and Ewa Fratczak, Eds, Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Policies in Contemporary Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-27. And as "Concluding thoughts on childbearing, women’s work and work-life balance policy nexus in Europe in the dawn of 21st century" in Livia Sz. Oláh and Ewa Fratczak, Eds, Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Policies in Contemporary Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 207-217.

 

2012

 

  • SRRD_2012:26 Barclay, Kieron, Sex Ratios at Sexual Maturity and Longevity: Evidence from Swedish Register Data
    Final version published 2013 in Demographic Research, 29(31): 837-864.
  • SRRD_2012:25 Kolk, Martin, Age Differences in Unions: Continuity and Divergence in Sweden between 1932 and 2007
    Final version published 2015 as "Age Differences in Unions: Continuity and Divergence Among Swedish Couples Between 1932 and 2007" in European Journal of Population, 31(4): 365-382.
  • SRRD_2012:24 Oláh, Livia Sz. and Michael Gähler, Gender Equality Perceptions, Division of Paid and Unpaid Work, and Partnership Dissolution in Sweden
    Final version published 2014 in Social Forces 93(2): 571-594.
  • SRRD_2012:23 (5115 Kb) Ström, Sara, Maria Brandén and Johan Carlsson Dahlberg, The Swedish Housing and Life Course Cohort Study (HOLK): Codebook for Micro Data
  • SRRD_2012:22 Thomson, Elizabeth, Trude Lappegård, Marcia Carlson, Ann Evans and Edith Gray, Childbearing across Partnerships in the U.S., Australia and Scandinavia
    Final version published 2014 as Childbearing across partnerships in Australia, the United States, Norway, and Sweden. Demography 51(2):  485-508.
  • SRRD_2012:21 Neyer, Gerda, Welfare States, Family Policies, and Fertility in Europe
    Final version published 2013 in Neyer, G., et al., Eds, The Demography of Europe: 29-53. Doordrecht: Springer.
  • SRRD_2012:20 (399 Kb) Ström, Sara, and Eva Bernhardt, First Births in Sweden: Objective and Self-perceived Constraints on Childbearing
  • SRRD_2012:19 Pajunen, Anni, Child Home Care Allowance and the Transition to Second and Third Births in Finland
    Final version published 2017 by Anni Erlandsson in Population Research and Policy Review 36: 607-630.
  • SRRD_2012:18 Carlsson, Dahlberg, Johan, Social Background and Becoming a Parent in Sweden
    Final version published 2015 as "Social Background and Becoming a Parent in Sweden: A Register-Based Study of the Effect of Social Background on Childbearing in Sweden" in European Journal of Population, 31(4):417-444.
  • SRRD_2012:17 Andersson, Linus, The Impact of Family Life Course Experiences on Attitudes towards Divorce in Sweden. Final version published 2016 as "Gender, family life course and attitudes towards divorce in Sweden" in Acta Sociologica, 59(1): 51.67.
  • SRRD_2012:16 Ma, Li, Employment, Social Policy and Motherhood Entry: The Evidence from South Korea
    Final version published 2013 as Employment and Motherhood Entry in South Korea, 1978-2006 in Population - E, 68 (3), 419-446.
  • SRRD_2012:15 (772 Kb) Kan, Maxim, Ethnic-specific Reproductive Behavior in Independent Kazakhstan
  • SRRD_2012:14 Billingsley, Sunnee, Luule Sakkeus, and Allan Puur, Jobs, Careers, and Becoming a Parent under State Socialist and Free Market Conditions
    Final version published 2014 as Jobs, Careers, and Becoming a Parent under State Socialist and Market Conditions: Evidence from Estonia 1971-2006, in Demographic Research 30(64): 1769-1792.
  • SRRD 2012:13 Billingsley, Sunnee and Anna Matysiak, “Social Capillarity” Revisited: The Relationship between Social Mobility and Fertility. Final version published 2018 as "Social mobility and family expansion in Poland and Russia during socialism and capitalism", in Advances in Life Course Research, 36: 80-91.
  • SRRD_2012:12 Hoem, Jan M., Conditioning on the Time of Occurrence of One Demographic Process in the Analysis of Another
    Final version published 2014 as The Dangers of Conditioning on the Time of Occurrence of one Demographic Process in the Analysis of Another in Population Studies: 68(2): 151-159.
  • SRRD_2012:11 Hoem, Jan M., Cornelia Mureşan and Mihaela Hărăguş, The Role of Consensual Unions in Romanian Total Fertility
    Final version published 2013 as Recent Features of Cohabitational and Marital Fertility in Romania, in Population (E) 68(4): 579-606.
  • SRRD_2012:10 Jalovaara, Marika and Anneli Miettinen, Does his paycheck also matter? The socio-economic resources of co-residential partners and entry into parenthood
    Final version published 2013 as Does His Paycheck also Matter? The Socioeconomic Resources of Co-residential Partners and Entry into Parenthood in Finland in Demographic Research 28(31): 881–916.
  • SRRD_2012:9 Neyer, Gerda, Gunnar Andersson and Hill Kulu, The Demography of Europe: Introduction.
    Final version published 2013 in Neyer, G., et al., Eds, The Demography of Europe: 1-13. Doordrecht: Springer.
  • SRRD_2012:8 (244 Kb) Thalberg, Sara, Care and Career: Educational Enrolment and Couples‘ Childbearing Behaviour in Sweden
  • SRRD_2012:7 Dahlberg, Johan, Family Influence on Becoming a Parent: Brother and Sister Correlations In Propensity to Enter Parenthood for Men and Women Born 1936–1963
    Final version published 2013 as Family Influence in Fertility: A Longitudinal Analysis of Sibling Correlations in First Birth Risk and Completed Fertility among Swedish Men and Women in Demographic Research, 29(9): 233-246.
  • SRRD_2012:6 Dahlin, Johanna and Juho Härkönen, Cross-national Differences in the Sex Gap in Subjective Health: Does Gender Equality Matter?
    Final version published 2013 as Cross-national Differences in the Gnder Gap in Subjective Health in Europe: Does Country-level Gender Equality Matter? in Social Science & Medicine 98: 24-28.
  • SRRD_2012:5 Härkönen, Juho, Birth Order, Educational Attainment and Educational Transitions in West Germany
    Final version published 2014 as Birth Order Effects on Educational Attainment and Educational Transitions in West Germany in European Sociological Review 30(2): 166–179.
  • SRRD_2012:4 (308 Kb) Nedoluzhko, Lesia, Achieved Fertility and Fertility Intentions among Ethnic Groups in Central Asia: Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan Compared
  • SRRD_2012:3 Turunen, Jani, Family Structure, Gender and Adolescent Emotional Well-Being
    Final version published 2013 in Journal of Divorce & Remarriage 54(6): 476-504.
  • SRRD_2012:2 Haandrikman, Karen, Bi-national Marriages in Sweden: Is There an EU effect?
    Final version published 2014 in Population, Space and Place 20: 177-199.
  • SRRD_2012:1 Kreyenfeld, Michaela, Gunnar Andersson and Ariane Pailhé, Economic Uncertainty and Family Dynamics in Europe
    Final version published 2012 in Demographic Research 27(28): 835-852.

 

2011

 

  • SRRD_2011:22 Kolk, Martin and Sebastian Schnettler, Parental Status and Gender Preferences of Children: Is Differential Fertility Stopping Consistent with the Trivers-Willard Hypothesis?
    Final version published 2013 in Journal of Biosocial Science, 45(5): 683-704.
  • SRRD_2011:21 (304 Kb) Ström, Sara and Johan Carlsson Dahlberg, The Swedish Housing and Life Course Cohort Study: Contextual Database
  • SRRD_2011:20 Hoem, Jan M., Marika Jalovaara and Cornelia Mureşan, Recent Patterns in Group-specific Total Fertility in Finland
    Final version published 2013 as Recent Fertility Patterns of Finnish Women by Union Status: A Descriptive Account in Demographic Research 28(14): 409–420.
  • SRRD_2011:19 (303 Kb) Zhang Wenhua, Son Preference and Second Birth in China
  • SRRD_2011:18 Mäenpää, Elina and Marika Jalovaara, The Effects of Homogamy in Socio-economic Background and Education on Union Dissolution: Divergent Effects in Cohabitations and Marriages?
    Final version published in 2014 as Homogamy in Socio-economic Background and Education, and the Dissolution of Cohabiting Unions in Demographic Research 30(65): 1769-1792.
  • SRRD_2011:17 Barclay, Kieron, Sex Composition of the Workplace and Mortality Risk
    Final version published 2013 in Journal of Biosocial Science, 45(6): 807-821.
  • SRRD_2011:16 (477 Kb) Hoem, Jan M. and Cornelia Mureşan, The Role of Consensual Unions in Romanian Total Fertility
  • SRRD_2011:15 Billingsley, Sunnee and Tommy Ferrarini, Family Policies and Fertility Intentions across New and Old Welfare Democracies
    Final version published 2014 as Family Policy and Fertility Intentions in 21 European Countries in Journal of Marriage and Family, 76(2): 428-445.
  • SRRD_2011:14 Kolk, Martin, Intergenerational Continuities in Family Size: Multigenerational Transmission of Fertility in Contemporary Sweden
    Final version published 2014 as Multigenerational Transmission of Family Size in Contemporary Sweden. Population Studies, 68(2): 111-129.
  • SRRD_2011:13 Ohlsson-Wijk, Sofi, “Millennium Marriages” and “Birthday Peaks” in Sweden: Increased Marriage Propensities around Specific Dates
    Final version published in 2014 as "Digit Preferences in Marriage Formation in Sweden: Millennium Marriages and Birthday Peaks" in Demographic Research 30(25): 421-432.
  • SRRD_2011:12 Lundström, Karin E. and Gunnar Andersson, Labor-market Status, Migrant Status and First Childbearing in Sweden
    Final version published 2012 in Demography Research 27(25): 717-742.
  • SRRD_2011:11 Vignoli, Daniele, Sven Drefahl and Gustavo De Santis, Whose Economic Instability Affects the Likelihood of Becoming a Parent in Italy? A Tale of Two Partners
    Final version published 2011 in Demographic Research 26(2): 41-62.
  • SRRD_2011:10 Mäenpää, Elina and Marika Jalovaara, The Effects of Homogamy in Socioeconomic Background and Education on the Transition from Cohabitation to Marriage
    Final version published 2013 in Acta Sociologica 56(3)247-263.
  • SRRD_2011:9 Neyer, Gerda, Trude Lappegård and Daniele Vignoli, Gender Equality and Fertility: Which Equality Matters?
    Final version published 2013 in European Journal of Population 29(3): 245-272.
  • SRRD_2011:8 Jalovaara, Marika, Socioeconomic Resources and the Dissolution of Cohabitations and Marriages
    Final version published 2013 in European Journal of Population 29(2): 167–193.
  • SRRD_2011:7 Andersson, Gunnar and Martin Kolk, Trends in Childbearing and Nuptiality in Sweden: An Update with Data up to 2007
    Final version published 2011 in Finnish Yearbook of Population Research XLVI: 21-30.
  • SRRD_2011:6 (416 Kb) Barclay, Kieron, Adult Sex Ratios and Sex-selective Abortion in China
  • SRRD_2011:5 (306 Kb) Carlsson Dahlberg, Johan, Social Background and Becoming a Parent in Sweden
  • SRRD_2011:4 Brandén, Maria, For Whose Sake Do Couples Relocate? Gender, Career Opportunities and Couples’ Internal Migration in Sweden
    Final version published 2013 as Couples' Education and Regional Mobility – the Importance of Occupation, Income and Gender in Population, Space and Place 19(5): 522-536.
  • SRRD_2011:3 Neyer, Gerda and Laura Bernardi, Feminist Perspectives on Motherhood and Reproduction
    Final version published 2011 in Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung 36(2): 162-176. Special Issue: Fertility in the History of the 20th Century: Trends, Theories, Policies, Discourses.
  • SRRD_2011:2 (290 Kb) Ström, Sara, Childbearing Behavior in the Light of Different Housing Regimes: First Births in Sweden 1975-2004.
  • SRRD_2011:1 Holland, Jennifer, Home and Where the Heart Is: Marriage Timing and Joint Home Purchase.
    Final version published 2012 in European Journal of Population 28(1): 65-89.