Participants

Linda Kridahl, Ann-Zofie Duvander, Gunnar Andersson, Karin Modig, Anders Brändström, Lena Karlsson, Martin Kolk

WP 3 addresses how retirement and post-retirement work is influenced by socioeconomic and health inequalities in late life as well as by family circumstances. It studies how late life labor-market experiences interact with family circumstances to influence retirement and post-retirement work and how these relationships may have changed over time in relation to changes in the Swedish pension system.


Publications

  1. Kridahl, L., Silverstein, M., 2020. Retirement and aging parents in the Swedish population. Journal of Population Ageing. Journal of Population Ageing 13: 81-112
  2. Kridahl, L., Kolk, M., 2018. Retirement coordination in opposite-sex and same-sex married couples: Evidence from Swedish registers. Advances in Life-Course Research, 38: 22-36.
  3. Kridahl, L., 2017 Retirement timing and grandparenthood in Sweden: Evidence from population-based register data. Demographic Research 37(31): 957-994.
  4. Kridahl, L., 2017. Time for Retirement – Studies on how leisure and family associate with retirement timing in Sweden. PhD Thesis, Stockholm University Demography Unit Dissertation Series.

Working papers and peer-reviewed conference presentations

  • Duvander, A-Z.Kridahl, L. 2020. Do couples manage money differently at different ages? A study on what leads to couples’ economic conflicts. Available as preprint Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2020:23.https://doi.org/10.17045/sthlmuni.12489533.v1
  • Kridahl, L.Duvander, A-Z. 2020. “Why did you spend money on that?” Older partners' economic conflicts and management of household money in Sweden. Available as preprint Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2020:21. https://doi.org/10.17045/sthlmuni.12293036.v1
  • Kridahl, L., Duvander, A.-Z. 2019. Filial care in Sweden: Does childhood family dissolution and parents’ present living arrangements matter for adult children’s support? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019: 12.
  • Holland, J., Perelli-Harris, B., Andersson, G. 2017. “Does marriage matter?” revisited: The fertility, mortality and stability of the Swedish 1989 marriage boom cohort. Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017: 29.
  • Karlsson, L. 2019. Informal help by adult children? A comparison among 19 European countries.  Working Paper, Umeå University.
  • Kridahl, L.Duvander, A-Z. 2019. Why are you not completely satisfied? Relationship satisfaction, household money management and economic conflicts among older couples in Sweden. Presented at 5th GGP user conference, in Paris October 22-25 and MIRAI seminar in Stockholm November 11-14, 2019
  • Kridahl, L. 2019. The Perspective from Demography (special impulse session Ageing in Sweden - what is special and what does the future hold?). Presented at International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress (IAGGER), Gothenburg May 23-25, 2019 (Invited presentation)
  • Kridahl, L., Duvander, A.-Z. 2019. Older partners' economic conflicts and organization of household income in Sweden. Presented at International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress (IAGGER), Gothenburg May 23-25, 2019
  • Kridahl, L., Duvander, A.-Z. 2019. Older partners' economic conflicts and organization of household income in Sweden. Presentation to the 21st Nordic Demographic Symposium, June 13-15, 2019, Reykjavik.
  • Kridahl, L., Qi, H., Duvander, A.-Z. 2018. When is retirement? An exploration in subjective and objective retirement definitions using Swedish data. Presented at European Population Conference, Brussels, June 12-15, 2018 and MIRAI Seminar in Gothenburg June, 2018.