Ahlbom, Anders, Sven Drefahl, and Hans Lundström, 2010. "Den åldrande befolkningen: Fortsatt ökning av medellivslängden kontroversiell och spännande fråga". Läkartidningen 107(48): 3048-3051.

Ahlbom, Anders, Karin Modig, and Sven Drefahl, 2013. "Limitless longevity: Comment on the contribution of rectangularization to the secular increase of life expectancy". International Journal of Epidemiology: forthcoming.

Andersson, Gunnar and Sven Drefahl, 2017. Long-distance Migration and Mortality in Sweden: Testing the Salmon Bias and Healthy Migrant Hypotheses, In: Population Space and Place, 23(4): e2032. DOI: 10.1002/psp.2032.

Andersson, Gunnar, Lotta Persson, and Ognjen Obućina, 2017. Depressed fertility among descendants of immigrants in Sweden”. Demographic Research 36(39): 1149-1184. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2017.36.39.

Andersson, Gunnar, 2016. Boys, girls, preferences and the links between past and present. In: Matthijs, K., Hin, S., Kok, J., and Matsuo, H., Eds, The Future of Historical Demography. Upside and Down and Inside Out, pp. 67-70. Leuven / Den Haag: Acco Publishers. ISBN 978-94-6292-722-3.

Andersson, Eva, Bo Malmberg, and John Östh, 2012. "Travel-to-school distances in Sweden 2000-2006 - Changing school geography with equality implications". Journal of Transport Geography, Special Issue on Time Geography 23: 35–43.

Andersson Eva, John Östh, and Bo Malmberg, 2010. "Ethnic segregation and performance inequality in the Swedish school system: A regional perspective". Environment and Planning A 42(11): 2674-2686.

Andersson G, Drefahl S, Long-distance Migration and Mortality in Sweden: Testing the Salmon Bias and Healthy Migrant Hypotheses, In: Population Space and Place, DOI: 10.1002/psp.2032.

Andersson, Gunnar, Ognjen Obućina, and Kirk Scott, 2015. “Marriage and divorce of immigrants and descendants of immigrants in Sweden”. Demographic Research 33(2): 31-64. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2015.33.2.

Andersson, Gunnar, Michaela Kreyenfeld, and Tatjana Mika, 2014. “Welfare state context, female labor-market attachment and childbearing in Germany and Denmark”. Journal of Population Research 31(4): 287-316. DOI 10.1007/s12546-014-9135-3.

Andersson, Gunnar, and Boris Sobolev, 2013. "Small effects of selective migration and selective survival in retrospective studies of fertility". European Journal of Population, 29(3): 345-354.

Andersson, Gunnar, and Martin Kolk, 2011. "Trends in childbearing and nuptiality in Sweden: An update with data up to 2007".  Finnish Yearbook of Population Research 2011: 21-29.

Andersson, Gunnar and Martin Kolk, Trends in Childbearing, Marriage and Divorce in Sweden: An Update with Data up to 2012. Published in Finnish Yearbook of Population Research 2015: 21-30.

Andersson, Gunnar, and Turid Noack, 2010. "Legal advances and demographic developments of same-sex unions in Scandinavia". Zeitschrift für Familienforschung / Journal of Family Research 22 Sonderheft 2010: 87-101.

Andersson, Gunnar, Marit Rønsen, Lisbeth Knudsen, Trude Lappegård, Gerda Neyer, Kari Skrede, Kathrin Teschner, and Andres Vikat, 2009. "Cohort fertility patterns in the Nordic countries". Demographic Research 20(14): 313-352.

Andersson, Gunnar, Karsten Hank, and Andres Vikat, 2009. "Understanding parental gender preferences in advanced societies: Lessons from Sweden and Finland". In: Bhatnagar, M., Ed., 2009. Gender Ratio Imbalance: Creating Societal Instability. Hyderabad: The Icfai University Press. Reprint of: Andersson et al. in Demographic Research 17(6): 135-156.

Baranowska-Rataj, Anna, Kieron Barclay, and Martin Kolk, 2017. The effect of number of siblings on adult mortality: Evidence from Swedish registers for cohorts born between 1938 and 1972. Population Studies 71(1): 43-63.

Barclay, Kieron & Martin Kolk, 2018. Birth intervals and health in adulthood: a comparison of siblings using Swedish register data. Demography, online first: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13524-018-0673-8

Barclay, Kieron and Martin Kolk, 2018. Parity and Mortality: An Examination of Different Explanatory Mechanisms Using Data on Biological and Adoptive Parents. European Journal of Population, online first:doi.org/10.1007/s10680-018-9469-1

Barclay, Kieron and Martin Kolk, 2017. The Long-term Cognitive and Socioeconomic Consequences of Birth Intervals: A Within-family Sibling Comparison using Swedish Register Data. Demography, 54(2): 459-484. doi:10.1007/s13524-017-0550-x

Kieron Barclay, Martin Hällsten and Mikko Myrskylä, 2017. Birth Order and College Major in Sweden. Social Forces, https://doi.org/10.1093/sf/sox069.

Barclay, K.J. & Kolk, M. (2017) The Long-Term Cognitive and Socioeconomic Consequences of Birth Intervals: A Within-Family Sibling Comparison Using Swedish Register Data. Demography, online first. doi:10.1007/s13524-017-0550-x.

Barclay, Kieron, and Mikko Myrskylä, 2016. Advanced maternal age and offspring outcomes: reproductive ageing and counterbalancing period trends. Population and Development Review.

Barclay, Kieron, Katherine Keenan, Emily Grundy, Martin Kolk, and Mikko Myrskylä, 2016. Reproductive history and post-reproductive mortality: a sibling comparison analysis using Swedish register data. Social Science & Medicine.

Barclay, Kieron J. and Martin Kolk, 2015. Birth Order and Mortality: A Population Based Cohort Study. Demography 52(2): 613–639.

Barclay, Kieron, 2015. "Birth order and educational attainment: evidence from fully adopted sibling groups." Intelligence 48 (2015): 109-122.

Barclay, Kieron, and Mikko Myrskylä, 2014. "Birth order and physical fitness in early adulthood: Evidence from Swedish military conscription data." Social Science & Medicine 123 (2014): 141-148.

Barclay, Kieron, 2014. "A within-family analysis of birth order and intelligence using population conscription data on Swedish men". Intelligence 49 (2015) 134–143.

Barclay, Kieron, 2013. "Sex ratios at sexual maturity and longevity: Evidence from Swedish register data". Demographic Research, 29(31): 837-864.

Barclay, Kieron, 2013. "Sex composition of the workplace and mortality risk". Journal of Biosocial Science, 45(6): 807-821.

Berlin, Marie, Bo Vinnerljung, and Anders Hjern, 2011. "School perforance in primary school and psychosocial problems in young adulthood among care leavers from long term foster care". Children and Youth Services Review 33: 2489-2497.

Bijlsma, M.J., Wilson, B., Tarkiainen, L., Myrskylä, M., Martikainen, P. (2019) The impact of unemployment on antidepressant purchasing: adjusting for unobserved time-constant confounding in the g-formula. Epidemiology, 30(3), 388–395.

Billingsley, Sunnee, Sven Drefahl, and Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, 2018. An application of diagonal reference models and time-varying covariates in social mobility research on mortality and fertility. Social Science Research 75: 73-82.

Björkenstam Charlotte, Emma Björkenstam, Gunnar Andersson, Susan Cochran, and Kyriaki Kosidou, 2017. Anxiety and depression among sexual minority women and men in Sweden: Is the risk equally spread within the sexual minority population? The Journal of Sexual Medicine 14(3): 396-403. DOI: 10.1016/j.jsxm.2017.01.012.

Björkenstam,Charlotte, Gunnar Andersson, Christina Dalman, Susan Cochran, and Kyriaki Kosidou, 2016. Suicide in married couples in Sweden: Is the risk greater in same-sex couples? European Journal of Epidemiology 31(7): 685-690. DOI: 10.1007/s10654-016-0154-6.

Björkenstam,Charlotte, Kyriaki Kosidou, Emma Björkenstam, Christina Dalman, Gunnar Andersson, and Susan Cochran, 2016. Self-reported suicide ideation and attempts, and medical care for intentional self-harm in lesbians, gays, and bisexuals in Sweden. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 70: 895-901. DOI: 10.1136/jech-2015-206884.

Brandén, Maria, 2013. "Couples' education and regional mobility – the importance of occupation, income and gender". Population, Space and Place, (19)5: 522-536.

Brandén, M., & Haandrikman, K., 2018. Who Moves to Whom? Gender Differences in the Distance Moved to a Shared Residence. European Journal of Population, online first.

Carollo, Angela, Anna Oksuzyan, Sven Drefahl, Carlo Giovanni Camarda, Linda Juel Ahrenfeldt, Kaare Christensen and Alyson van Raalte, 2019. Is the age difference between partners related to women's earnings? Demographic Research 41(15): 425-260. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2019.41.15

Chudnovskaya, Margarita and Kolk, Martin, 2015. "Educational Expansion and Intergenerational Proximity in Sweden". Population, Space and Place.

Chudnovskaya, Margarita, 2018. Housing context and childbearing in Sweden: a cohort study, Housing Studies, DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2018.1458288

Comolli, Chiara L., 2018. Finnish fertility: Pro- or counter-cyclical? Research on Finnish Society, 11: 58-64.

Dahlberg, Johan and Gunnar Andersson, 2019. “Fecundity and human birth seasonality in Sweden: a register-based study”. Reproductive Health 16:87. DOI: 10.1186/s12978-019-0754-1.

Dahlberg, Johan and Gunnar Andersson, 2018. “Changing seasonal variation in births by sociodemographic factors: A population-based register study”. Human Reproduction Open 2018, 4(15): 1-8. DOI: 10.1093/hropen/hoy015.

Dahlberg, Johan & Martin Kolk, 2018. Explaining Swedish sibling similarity in fertility: Parental fertility behavior vs. social background. Demographic Research 39(32): 883–896.

Dahlberg, Johan, 2015. "Social Background and Becoming a Parent in Sweden: A Register-Based Study of the Effect of Social Background on Childbearing in Sweden". European Journal of Population 31(4): 417-444.

Dahlberg, Johan, 2013. "Family influence in fertility: A longitudinal analysis of sibling correlations in first birth risk and completed fertility among Swedish men and women". Demographic Research, 29(9): 233-246.

Donrovich Robyn, Sven Drefahl and Ilona Koupil, 2014. Early life conditions, partnership histories, and mortality risk for Swedish men and women born 1915-1929. Social Science & Medicine 8(4), DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.02.036.

Drefahl, Sven, Anders Ahlbom and Karin Modig, 2014. Losing ground - Swedish life expectancy in a comparative perspective. PLOS ONE 9(2), DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088357.

Drefahl, Sven, 2012. "Do the married really live longer? The role of cohabitation and socioeconomic status". Journal of Marriage and Family 74(3): 462-475.

Drefahl, Sven, Hans Lundström, Karin Modig, and Anders Ahlbom, 2012. "The era of centenarians: Mortality of the oldest old in Sweden". Journal of Internal Medicine 272(1): 100-102.

Drefahl, Sven, 2010. "How does the age gap between partners affect their survival?". Demography 47(2): 313-326.

Duvander, A. Z., Lappegård, T., Andersen, S. N., Garðarsdóttir, Ó., Neyer, G., & Viklund, I., 2019. Parental leave policies and continued childbearing in Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Demographic Research, 40, 1501-1528.

Duvander, Ann-Zofie, Fahlén, Susanne, Brandén, Maria, & Ohlsson-Wijk, Sofi, 2019. Who makes the decision to have children? Couples’ childbearing intentions and actual childbearing. Advances in Life Course Research.

Duvander, Ann-Zofie and Mats Johansson, 2012. "What are the effects of reforms promoting fathers’ parental leave use?" Journal of European Social Policy 22(3): 319-330.

Duvander, Ann-Zofie, 2011. "Immigrants’ use of parental leave in Sweden. In: Knudsen, L. B. and A. Linhardt Olsen, Eds, Our Demographic Future – A Challenge. On the Need for Demographic Analyses". Scandinavian Population Studies 14: 203-224.

Duvander, Ann-Zofie, Trude Lappegård, and Gunnar Andersson, 2010. "Family policy and fertility: Fathers’ and mothers’ use of parental leave and continued childbearing in Norway and Sweden". Journal of European Social Policy 20(1): 45-57.

Enström-Öst, Cecilia, and Mats Wilhelmsson, 2019. The long-term consequences of youth housing for childbearing and higher education. Journal of Policy Modeling

Eriksson, Helen, 2011. "The Gendering Effects of Sweden's Gender-neutral Care Leave Policy". Population Review 50(1): 156-169.

Erlandsson, Anni, 2017. Child Home Care Allowance and the Transition to Second-and Third-Order Births in Finland. Population Research and Policy Review: 1-24.

Erman, J. & Härkönen, J., 2017. Parental Separation and School Performance Among Children of Immigrant Mothers in Sweden. European Journal of Population, 33(2): 267-292. doi:10.1007/s10680-017-9419-3.

Erola, Jani, Juho Härkönen, and Jaap Dronkers, 2012. "More careful or less marriageable? Parental divorce, spouse selection, and entry into marriage". Social Forces 90(4): 1323-1345.

Haandrikman, Karen, 2018. Partner Choice in Sweden: How Distance Still Matters. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space. https://doi.org/10.1177/0308518X18786726

Haandrikman, Karen, 2014. "Bi-national Marriages in Sweden: Is There an EU effect?"
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Haandrikman, Karen, and Leo J.G. van Wissen, 2012. "Explaining the flight of Cupid's arrow: A spatial micro model of partner choice". European Journal of Population 28: 417-439.

Haandrikman, Karen, 2011. "Spatial homogamy: The geographical dimensions of partner choice". Journal of Economic and Social Geography 102(1): 100-110.

Haandrikman, Karen, Leo J.G. van Wissen, and Carel Harmsen, 2011. "Explaining spatial homogamy. Compositional, spatial and regional cultural determinants of regional patterns of spatial homogamy in the Netherlands". Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 4: 75-93.

Hedberg, Charlotta, and Tiit Tammaru, 2013."‘Neighborhood effects’ and ‘city effects’: Immigrants’ transition to employment in Swedish large city-regions". Urban Studies 50(6): 1163-1180.

Hedberg, Charlotta, 2009. "Entrance, exit and exclusion: Labour market flows of foreign born adults in Swedish ‘Divided cities’". Urban Studies 46(11): 2423-2446.

Hoem, Jan M., Muresan, Cornelia and Jalovaara, Marika, 2013. "Recent fertility patterns of Finnish women by union status: A descriptive account". Demographic Research 28(14): 409-420.

Hoem, Jan and Nedoluzhko, Lesia, 2016. The dangers of using ‘negative durations’ to estimate pre- and post-migration fertility. Population Studies, 70(3): 359-363.

Holland, Jennifer, 2013, "Love, marriage, then the baby carriage? Marriage timing and childbearing in Sweden". Demographic Research 29(11): 275-306.

Härkönen, Juho, Hande Kaymakcalan, Pirjo Mäki, and Anja Taanila, 2012. "Prenatal health, educational attainment, and intergenerational inequality: The northern Finland birth cohort 1966 study". Demography 49(2): 525-552.

Jalovaara, Marika, Gerda Neyer, Gunnar Andersson, Johan Dahlberg, Lars Dommermuth, Peter Fallesen and Trude Lappegård, 2018. Education, Gender, and Cohort Fertility in the Nordic Countries. European Journal of Population. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10680-018-9492-2.

Jalovaara, Marika and Gunnar Andersson, 2018. Disparities in Children’s Family Experiences by Mother’s Socioeconomic Status: The Case of Finland. Population Research and Policy Review.

Jónsson, A. K., 2017. Childbearing trends in Iceland, 1982–2013: Fertility timing, quantum, and gender preferences for children in a Nordic context. Demographic Research 37(7): 147-188. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2017.37.7

Jónsson, A. K., 2018. Family policies, childbearing, and economic crisis: The case of Iceland. Demographic Research 39(19):561–592.

Kolk, M., & Barclay, K. (2019). Cognitive ability and fertility among Swedish men born 1951–1967: evidence from military conscription registers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 286(1902), 20190359.

Kolk, M., & M. Hällsten, 2017. Demographic and Educational Success of Lineages in Northern Sweden. Population and Development Review, 43(3), 491-512.

Kolk, Martin, 2016. "A Life Course Analysis of Geographical Distance to Siblings, Parents and Grandparents in Sweden". Population, Space and Place.

Kolk, Martin, 2015. "Age Differences in Unions: Continuity and Divergence Among Swedish Couples Between 1932 and 2007". European Journal of Population 31(4): 365-382.

Kolk, Martin, 2015. "The causal effect of an additional sibling on completed fertility – An estimation of intergenerational fertility correlations by looking at siblings of twins". Demographic Research 32 (51): 1409-1420.

Kolk, Martin, 2014. "Multigenerational transmission of family size in contemporary Sweden”. Population Studies, 68(2): 111-129.

Kolk, Martin, 2014. "Understanding transmission of fertility across multiple generations – Socialization or socioeconomics?" Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 35: 89-103

Kolk, Martin and Sebastian Schnettler, 2013. "Parental status and gender preferences for children: Is differential fertility stopping consistent with the Trivers-Willard hypothesis?" Journal of Biosocial Science, 45(5): 683-704.

Kolk, Martin, 2011. "Deliberate birth spacing in nineteenth century northern Sweden". European Journal of Population 27(3): 337-359.

Kreyenfeld, Michaela and Gunnar Andersson, 2014. "Socioeconomic differences in the unemployment and fertility nexus: Evidence from Denmark and Germany". Advances in Life Course Research: 21: 59-73.

Kridahl, L. & Silverstein, M., 2019. Retirement and Aging Parents in the Swedish Population. Journal of Population Ageing, online first.

Kridahl, L., 2017. Retirement timing and grandparenthood in Sweden: Evidence from population-based register data. Demographic Research 37(31): 957-994.

Kridahl, Linda and Martin Kolk, 2018. Retirement coordination in opposite-sex and same-sex married couples: Evidence from Swedish Registers. Advances in Life Course Research.

Kulu, Hill, Tina Hannemann, Ariane Pailhé, Karel Neels, Sandra Krapf, Amparo González-Ferrer, and Gunnar Andersson, 2017. Fertility by birth order among the descendants of immigrants in selected European countries. Population and Development Review 43(1): in press. DOI 10.1111/padr.12037.

Kulu, Hill, Paul Boyle, and Gunnar Andersson, 2009. "High suburban fertility: Evidence from four Northern European countries". Demographic Research 21(31): 915-944.

Lagergren, Jesper, Gunnar Andersson, Mats Talbäck, Sven Drefahl, Erik Bihagen, Juho Härkönen, Maria Feychting, and Rickard Ljung, 2016. Marital status, education and income in relation to risk of esophageal and gastric cancer by histological type and site. Cancer 122(2): 207-212. DOI: 10.1002/cncr.29731.

Lappegård, Trude and Elizabeth Thomson, 2018. Intergenerational Transmission of Multipartner Fertility. Demography, 55(6):2205–2228.

Ljung, Rickard, Sven Drefahl, Gunnar Andersson, and Jesper Lagergren, 2013. "Socio-economic and geographical factors in esophageal and gastric cancer mortality in Sweden". PLOS ONE: 8(4): e62067.

Lundström, Karin E. and Gunnar Andersson, 2012. "Labor-market status, migrant status and first childbearing in Sweden". Demographic Research 27(25): 717-742.

Ma, Li, Andersson, Gunnar, Duvander, Ann-Zofie & Marie Evertsson, 2019. Fathers’ Uptake of Parental Leave: Forerunners and Laggards in Sweden, 1993–2010. Journal of Social Policy, 1-21.

Malmberg, Bo, Eva Andersson, and John Östh, 2013. "Segregation and urban unrest in Sweden". Urban Geography: forthcoming.

Miranda, Vitor, Johan Dahlberg & Gunnar Andersson, 2018. Parents’ Preferences for Sex of Children in Sweden: Attitudes and Outcomes. Population Research and Policy Review, doi.org/10.1007/s11113-018-9462-8.

Modig Karin, Tomas Andersson, Sven Drefahl, and Anders Ahlbom, 2013. Age-specific trends in morbidity, mortality and case-fatality from cardiovascular disease, myocardial infarction and stroke in advanced age: Evaluation in the Swedish population, In: PLOS ONE 8(5), DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0064928

Modig, Karin, Sven Drefahl, Tomas Andersson, and Anders Ahlbom, 2012. "The aging population in Sweden: can declining incidence rates in MI, stroke and cancer counterbalance the future demographic challgenges?" European Journal of Epidemiology 27: 139-145.

Monti, Andrea, Sven Drefahl, Eleonora Mussino, Juho Härkönen, "Over-coverage in population registers leads to bias in demographic estimates", Population Studies, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00324728.2019.1683219

Morosow, Kathrin & Martin Kolk, 2019. How Does Birth Order and Number of Siblings Affect Fertility? A Within-Family Comparison Using Swedish Register Data. European Journal of Population, online first.

Mäenpää, Elina and Jalovaara, Marika, 2015: Achievement replacing ascription? Changes in homogamy in education and social class origins in Finland. Advances in Life Course Research (26): 76–88.

Mussino, Eleonora, and Ann-Zofie Duvander, 2016. Use It or Save It? Migration Background and Parental Leave Uptake in Sweden. European Journal of Population: 1-22.

Mussino, Eleonora, Vitor Miranda & Li Ma, 2018. Changes in sex ratio at birth among immigrant groups in Sweden. Genus 74(13).

Mussino, Eleonora, Ann-Zofie Duvander and Li Ma (2018), Does Time Count? Immigrant Fathers’ Use of Parental Leave for a First Child in Sweden Population-E, 73 (2), 2018, 363-382 DOI: 10.3917/pope.1802.0363

Mussino, Eleonora, Ann-Zofie Duvaner and Tervola, Jussi (2018), Decomposing the Determinants of Fathers’ Parental Leave Use: Evidence from migration between Finland and Sweden. Journal of European Social Policy First published online October 2018 https://doi.org/10.1177/0958928718792129.

Mussino, Eleonora, Vitor Miranda, and Li Ma, 2019. "Transition to third birth among immigrant mothers in Sweden: Does having two daughters accelerate the process?." Journal of Population Research: 1-29. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12546-019-09224-x

Niedomysl, Thomas, John Östh, and Maarten van Ham, 2010. The globalisation of marriage fields: The Swedish case. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(7): 1119-1138.

Obućina, Ognjen, 2016. Partner Choice in Sweden Following a Failed Intermarriage, In: European Journal of Population, 32(4): 511-542.

Obucina, Ognjen, 2014. "Paths into and out of poverty among immigrants in Sweden". Acta Sociologica 57(1): 5 - 23

Ohlsson-Wijk, Sofi, 2014. "Digit preferences in marriage formation in Sweden: Millennium marriages and birthday peaks". Demographic Research 30(25): 421-432.

Ohlsson-Wijk, Sofi, 2011. "Sweden's marriage revival: An analysis of the new-millennium switch from long-term decline to increasing popularity". Population Studies 65 (2): 183-200.

Oksuzyan, Anna, Mussino, Eleonora & Drefahl, Sven, 2019. Sex differences in mortality in migrants and the Swedish-born population: Is there a double survival advantage for immigrant women? International Journal of Public Health. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00038-019-01208-1

Persson, Lotta and Jan Hoem, 2014. "Immigrant fertility in Sweden, 2000-2011: A descriptive note". Demographic Research, 30(30): 887-898.

Raz-Yurovich, Liat, 2012. "Economic Determinants of Divorce among Dual-Earner Couples: Jews in Israel". European Journal of Population 28:177–203.

Schéele, Siv and Gunnar Andersson, 2017. “Municipality attraction and commuter mobility in urban Sweden: An analysis based on longitudinal population data”. Urban Studies: online first. DOI: 10.1177/0042098017705829.

Stenbeck, Magnus, Gunnar Andersson, Anita Berglund, Erik Bihagen, Jesper Lagergren, Xavier de Luna, Anna Rignell-Hydbom, Weimin Ye, and Anna Holmström (Eds.), 2013. Swedish Registers: A Unique Resource for Health and Welfare. SIMSAM-INFRA.

Tervola, Jussi, Ann-Zofie Duvander and Eleonora Mussino, 2017. Promoting Parental Leave for Immigrant Fathers—What Role Does Policy Play? Social Politics 24(3): 269-297. doi: 10.1093/sp/jxx006

Tesching, Karin, 2012. Education and Fertility: Dynamic Interrelations between Women's Educational Level, Educational Field and Fertility in Sweden. Stockholm University, Doctoral Thesis.

Thalberg, Sara, 2011. "Does money matter? Childbearing behaviour of Swedish students in the 1980s and 1990s". Finnish Yearbook of Population Research 2011: 5-20.

Thomson, Elizabeth, Trude Lappegård, Marcia Carlson, Ann Evans and Edith Gray, 2014. Childbearing across partnerships in Australia, the United States, Norway, and Sweden. Demography 51(2): 485-508.

Thomson, Elizabeth and Helen Eriksson, 2013. Register-based estimates of parents' coresidence in Sweden, 1969-2007. Demographic Research 29(42):1153-1186.

Uggla, Caroline, and Sunnee Billingsley, 2018. Unemployment, intragenerational social mobility and mortality in Finland: heterogeneity by age and economic context.

Uggla, Caroline and Gunnar Andersson, 2018. “Higher divorce risk when mates are plentiful? Evidence from Denmark”. Biology Letters 14: 20180475. DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2018.0475.

Åslund, Olof, John Östh, and Yves Zenou, 2010. "How important is access to jobs? Old question, improved answer". Journal of Economic Geography 10(3): 389-422.

Östh, John, 2017. Variation in Mortality among Migrants from Islamic Countries: Do Muslim Holidays and Socio-Economic Situation Affect Mortality Rates? Final version published 2017 in Population, Space and Place, online first.

Östh, John, 2015. Superlocal spatial variations in fertility. Environment and Planning A 47(5): 1019-1022, doi:10.1177/0308518X15592299.

Östh, John, Aura Reggiani, and Giacomo Galiazzo, 2014. "Spatial economic resilience and accessibility: A joint perspective". Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 49 (2015): 148-159.

Östh, John, Eva Andersson and Bo Malmberg, 2013. "School choice and increasing performance difference: A counterfactual approach". Urban Studies 50(2): 407-425.

Östh, John, and Urban Lindgren, 2012. "Do changes in GDP influence commuting distances? A study of Swedish commuting patterns between 1990 and 2006". Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 103(4): 443–456.

Östh, John, 2011. "Introducing a method for the computation of doubly constrained accessibility models in larger datasets". Networks and Spatial Economics 11: 581-620.

Östh, John, Thomas Niedomysl, and Maarten van Ham, 2010. "The geographies of recruiting a partner from abroad: An exploration of Swedish data". In: Elli Heikkilä and Brenda Yeoh, Eds, International Marriages in the Time of Globalization. Nova Science Publishers.

Wiik, K. A., & Holland, J. A., 2018. Partner choice and timing of first marriage among the children of immigrants in Norway and Sweden. Acta Sociologica, 61(2), 143–162.

Wimark, Thomas, and John Östh, 2014 "The City as a Single Gay Male Magnet? Gay and Lesbian Geographical Concentration in Sweden." Population, Space and Place 20(8): 739-752.

Wimark, Thomas, Karen Haandrikman and Michael M. Nielsen, 2019. Migrant labor market integration: The association between initial settlement and subsequent employment and income among migrants. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography.

Weber, Rosa and Jan Saarela, 2019. Circular migration in a context of free mobility: Evidence from linked population register data from Finland and Sweden. Population, Space & Place: e2230. DOI: 10.1002/psp.2230.

Working Papers

Aarskaug Wiik, Kenneth and Jennifer A. Holland, 2016. Partner Choice and Timing of First Marriage among the Children of Immigrants in Norway and Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:15

Alderotti, Giammarco, Eleonora Mussino, Chiara Ludovica Comolli. Natives and Migrants’ Childbearing during the Great Recession. A Comparison between Italy and Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:17

Andersson, Gunnar and Martin Kolk, 2015. Trends in Childbearing, Marriage and Divorce in Sweden: An Update with Data up to 2012, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:20

Andersson, Gunnar, Ognjen Obucina and Kirk Scott, 2015. Marriage and Divorce of Immigrants and Descendants to Immigrants in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:14

Andersson, Gunnar and Sven Drefahl, 2015. Long-distance Migration and Mortality in Sweden: Testing the Salmon Bias and Healthy Migrant Hypotheses, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:6

Andersson, Gunnar and Lotta Persson, 2014. Childbearing among the descendants of immigrants in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:17

Andersson, Gunnar and Martin Kolk, 2011. Trends in childbearing and nuptiality in Sweden: An update with data up to 2007, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:7

Andersson, Gunnar and Turid Noack, 2010. Legal advances and demographic developments of same-sex unions in Scandinavia, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:2

Andersson, Gunnar, Michaela Kreyenfeld and Tatjana Mika, 2009. Welfare state context, female earnings and childbearing in Denmark and Germany, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2009:13

Baranowska-Rataj, Anna, Kieron Barclay, Joan Costa-Font, Mikko Myrskylä, Özcan Berkay. Preterm Births and Educational Disadvantage: Heterogeneous Effects across Families and Schools. Stockholm Research Reports in Demography, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography SRRD 2019:25

Baranowska-Rataj, Anna, Kieron J. Barclay and Martin Kolk, 2015. The Effect of the Number of Siblings on Adult Mortality: Evidence from Swedish Registers, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:02

Barclay, Kieron and Martin Kolk, 2017.  Birth Intervals and Health in Adulthood: A Comparison of Siblings using Swedish Register Data, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:11

Barclay, Kieron and Mikko Myrskylä, 2016. Parental Age and Offspring Mortality: Negative Effects of Reproductive Aging are Outweighed by Secular Increases in Longevity, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:20

Barclay, Kieron, Martin Hällsten and Mikko Myrskylä, 2016. Birth Order and College Major in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:18

Barclay, Kieron and Martin Kolk, 2015. The Long-term Cognitive and Socioeconomic Consequences of Birth Intervals: A Within-family Sibling Comparison using Swedish Register Data, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:22

Barclay, Kieron and Martin Kolk, 2015. Parity and Mortality: Evidence from Biological and Adoptive Parents, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:01. Final version published 2018 as “Parity and mortality: An examination of different explanatory mechanisms using data on biological and adoptive parents” in European Journal of Population.

Barclay, Kieron, 2014. Birth order and intelligence: A withinfamily analysis using Swedish military conscription data, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:14

Barclay, Kieron, 2013. Sibling set order and educational attainment: Evidence from fully adopted sibling groups, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:16

Barclay, Kieron and Martin Kolk, 2013. Birth order and mortality: A population-based cohort study, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:14

Barclay, Kieron, 2012. Sex ratios at sexual maturity and longevity: Evidence from Swedish Register Data, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:26

Barclay, Kieron, 2011. Sex composition of the workplace and mortality risk, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:17

Billingsley, Sunnee, Sven Drefahl, Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, 2016. Diagonal Reference Models in Longitudinal Analyses of Fertility and Mortality, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:24

Brandén, Maria and Karen Haandrikman, 2013. Who moves to whom? Gender differences in the distance moved to a shared residence, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:19

Brandén, Maria, 2013. Family migration and gender differentials in earnings: The impact of occupational sex segregation, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:18

Brandén, Maria, 2011. For whose sake do couples relocate? Gender, career opportunities and couples’ internal migration in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:4

Brandén, Maria, 2009. Occupational branch, educational level and gender differences in regional mobility -Sweden 1998-2003, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2009:9

Cantalini, Stefano, Juho Härkönen and Johan Dahlberg, 2017. Does postponing Pay Off? Timing of Parenthood, Earnings Trajectories, and Earnings Accumulation in Sweden 1990-2012, Stockholm Research Report in Demography 2017:24

Carlsson, Erik, 2018. Fertility intentions among the children of immigrants in Sweden. Are there differences according to generational status, parental origin, and gender? Stockholm Research Report in Demography 2018:01

Carlsson-Dahlberg, Johan, 2012. Social background and becoming a parent in Sweden,
Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:18

Carlsson-Dahlberg, Johan, 2012. Family influence on becoming a parent: Brother and sister correlations in propensity to enter parenthood for men and women born 1936–1963, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:7

Chudnovskaya, Margarita, 2017. Trends in childlessness among highly educated men in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:26

Chudnovskaya, Margarita and Ridhi Kashyap, 2017. Is the end of educational hypergamy the end of hypergamy? Evidence from Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:25

Chudnovskaya, Margarita, 2016. Educational expansion and educational homogamy among the highly educated in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:23

Chudnovskaya, Margarita, 2015. Housing Context and Childbearing in Sweden: a Cohort Study, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:23. Final version published 2018 in Housing Studies, DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2018.1458288

Chudnovskaya, Margarita and Martin Kolk, 2014. Educational expansion and
intergenerational proximity in Sweden: Developments in geographical distance between young adults and their parents, 1980-2007, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:12

Comolli, Chiara Ludovica, Gerda Neyer, Gunnar Andersson, Lars Dommermuth, Peter Fallesen, Marika Jalovaara, Ari Jónsson, Martin Kolk and Trude Lappegård. Beyond the Economic Gaze: Childbearing during and after recessions in the Nordic countries. Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:16

Dahlberg, Johan and Gunnar Andersson, 2018. Changing Seasonal Variation in Births by Sociodemographic Factors: A Population-Based Register Study. Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2018:02

Duvander, Ann-Zofie, Mats Johansson and Trude Lappegard, 2016. Family Policy Reform Impact on Continued Fertility in the Nordic Countries, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:06

Duvander, Ann-Zofie and Mats Johansson, 2010. What are the effects of reforms promoting fathers’ parental leave use? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:14

Drefahl, Sven, 2010. The mortality of the married and cohabiting in Denmark – The role of socioeconomic status, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:8

Eriksson, Helen, 2010. Are there gendering effects of a gender-neutral care leave policy? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:7

Erman, Jeylan and Juho Härkönen, 2016. Differences in Parental Separation Effects on School Grades across Immigrant Backgrounds in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:03

Finnäs, Fjalar, Mikael Rostila and Jan Saarela, 2015. Divorce and Parity Progression Following the Death of a Child: A Population-Based Prospective Study, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:5

Grätz, Michael and Martin Kolk, 2019. Sibling Similarity in Income: A Life Course Perspective, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:14

Grätz, Michael, Kieron J. Barclay, Øyvind N. Wiborg, Torkild H. Lyngstad, Aleksi Karhula, Jani Erola, Patrick Präg, Thomas Laidley, and Dalton Conley, 2019. Universal Family Background Effects on Education Across and Within Societies, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:13

Haandrikman, Karen, 2015. Partner Choice in Sweden: How Distance Still Matters, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:3

Haandrikman, Karen, 2012. Bi-national marriages in Sweden: Is there an EU effect?
Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:2

Qi, Haodong, 2017. Origins of Sickness: Evidence from China Famine Survivors in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:21

Hedberg, Charlotta and Tiit Tammaru, 2010. 'Neighbourhood effects' and 'city effects': Immigrants' transition to employment in Swedish large city regions. SULCIS WP 2010:6, Stockholm University

Hedberg, Charlotte, 2010. 'Every Soul is Needed!' processes of immigration and demographic consequences for Swedish rural areas, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:16

Hedberg, Charlotta, 2009. Intersections of ethnicity and gender in the Swedish entrepreneurial landscape, SULCIS WP 2009:8, Stockholm University

Hedström, Jenny, 2015. Residential Mobility and Ethnic Segregation in Stockholm, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:28

Hoem, Jan M. and Lesia Nedoluzhko, 2014. Pre- and post-migration fertility, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:18

Hoem, Jan M., Marika Jalovaara and Cornelia Mureşan, 2011. Recent patterns in group-specific total fertility in Finland, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:20

Holland, Jennifer, Brienna Perelli-Harris and Gunnar Andersson, 2017. “Does Marriage Matter?” Revisited: The stability, fertility and mortality of the Swedish 1989 Marriage Boom cohort, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:29

Holland, Jennifer and Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik, 2017. The Timing of and Pathways into Family Life as Measures of Social Distance, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:20

Holland, Jennifer, 2011. Cash-For-Care, couple economic circumstances and marriage in Norway. SPaDE Working Paper 2011: 6, Stockholm University

Härkönen, Juho, Eevi Lappalainen and Marika Jalovaara, 2016. Double Disadvantage in a Nordic Welfare State: A Demographic Analysis of the Single Mother Employment Gap in Finland, 1987–2011,  Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:11

Härkönen, Juho, Hande Kaymakcalan, Pirjo Mäki and Anja Taanila, 2009. Prenatal Health, Educational Attainment, and Intergenerational Inequality. CIQLE Working Paper 2009-06. New Haven: Yale University. 

Jalovaara, Marika and Gunnar Andersson, 2017. Disparities in Children’s Family Experiences by Mother’s Socioeconomic Status: The Case of Finland, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:22

Jalovaara, Marika and Anneli Miettinen, 2012. Does his paycheck also matter? The socio-economic resources of co-residential partners and entry into parenthood, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:10

Jalovaara, Marika, 2011. Socioeconomic resources and the dissolution of cohabitations and marriages, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:8

Jalovaara, Marika, 2010. Socio-economic Resources and First Union Formation in Finland, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:15

Jónsson, Ari Klængur, 2019. A Nation of Bastards? Nonmarital cohabitation, childbearing, and first-marriage formation in Iceland, 1994-2013, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:09

Jónsson,Ari Klængur, 2016. Fertility at the Dawn of a New Millennium: The interplay of family policy, economic crisis and childbearing in Iceland. Final version published 2018 as "Family policies, childbearing, and economic crisis: The case of Iceland" in Demographic Research 39(19):561–592.

Jónsson,Ari Klængur, 2016. Childbearing Trends in Iceland 1982-2013. Fertility timing, quantum, and gender preferences for children in a Nordic context. Final version published 2017 in Demographic Research 37(7): 147-188. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2017.37.7

Kridahl, Linda and Ann-Zofie Duvander, 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

Kridahl, Linda and Merril Silverstein, 2017. Parental Survival and Retirement Timing in the Swedish Population. Final version published 2019 as "Retirement and Aging Parents in the Swedish Population", in Journal of Population Ageing.

Kridahl, Linda, 2017. Retirement timing and grandparenthood: A population-based study on Sweden. Final version published 2017 as "Retirement timing and grandparenthood in Sweden: Evidence from population-based register data", in Demographic Research 37(31): 957-994.

Kolk, Martin, 2019. The relationship between lifecourse accumulated income and childbearing of Swedish men and women born 1940-1970, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:19

Kolk, Martin and Kieron Barclay, 2017. Cognitive ability and fertility amongst Swedish men Evidence from 18 cohorts of military conscription, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:34

Kolk, Martin and Martin Hällsten, 2016. Demographic and Educational Success of Descendants: A Prospective Analysis of the Number of Great Grandchildren and their Education in 19th, 20th and 21st Century Northern Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:10

Kolk, Martin, 2016. Period and Cohort Measures of Migration, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:05

Kolk, Martin, 2014. The causal effect of an additional sibling on completed fertility – An estimation of intergenerational fertility correlations by looking at siblings of twins, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:21

Kolk, Martin, 2014. A life course analysis of geographical distance to siblings, parents and grandparents in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:13

Kolk, Martin, 2013. Understanding transmission of fertility preferences across multiple generations – socialization or socioeconomics? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:4

Kolk, Martin, 2012. Age differences in unions: Continuity and divergence in Sweden between 1932 and 2007, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:25

Kolk, Martin and Sebastian Schnettler, 2011. Parental status and gender preferences of children: Is differential fertility stopping consistent with the Trivers-Willard Hypothesis? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:22

Kolk, Martin, 2011. Intergenerational continuities in family size: Multigenerational transmission of fertilityin contemporary Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:14

Kolk, Martin, 2009. Deliberate birth spacing in pre-transitional Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2009:11

Korpi, Martin, Charlotta Hedberg, and Katarina Pettersson, 2013. Immigrant women and entrepreneurship: A study of the health care sector in Sweden, 2002-2006. SULCIS Working Papers 2013:3.

Kreyenfeld, Michaela, and Gunnar Andersson, 2013. Socioeconomic differences in the unemployment and fertility nexus: A comparison of Denmark and Germany, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:8

Lappegård, Trude and Elizabeth Thomson, 2014. Intergenerational transmission of multipartner fertility, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:19. Final version published 2018 in Demography, 55(6):2205–2228.

Lundström, Karin E. and Gunnar Andersson, 2011. Labor-market status, migrant status and first childbearing in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:12

Läll, Markus, 2015. Fertility Transition in 19th-20th Century Estonia: An Individual Level Perspective, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:24

Malmberg, Bo and William Clark. Re-evaluating Tipping and the Dynamics of Segregation, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:18

Marynissen, Leen, Eleonora Mussino, Jonas Wood, Ann-Zofie Duvander, "Fathers’ Parental Leave Uptake in Belgium and Sweden: Self-Evident or Subject to Employment Characteristics?", Social Sciences, DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci8110312

Miranda, Viranda, "Recent Trends in Birth Intervals in Sweden: A Decline of the Speed-Premium Effect?", European Journal of Population, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10680-019-09539-8

Miranda, Vitor, Johan Dahlberg and Gunnar Andersson, 2016. Understanding Parents’ Preferences for Sex of Children in Sweden: Attitudes and Outcomes, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:16. Final version published 2018 as "Parents’ Preferences for Sex of Children in Sweden: Attitudes and Outcomes" in Population Research and Policy Review, doi.org/10.1007/s11113-018-9462-8.

Miranda, Vitor, 2019. Short birth intervals become less common in Sweden: a decline of the speed-premium effect? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:04

Monti, Andrea, Sven Drefahl, Eleonora Mussino and Juho Härkönen,2018. Over-coverage in Swedish Population Registers Leads to Bias in Demographic Estimates, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2018:24

Morosow, Kathrin and Marika Jalovaara, 2019. Disadvantaging Single Parents? Effects of Long Family Leaves on Single and Partnered Mothers’ Labour Market Outcomes in Finland, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:20

Morosow, Kathrin and Lynn Prince Cooke, 2018. Why Daddy Doesn’t Do it: Paternal Leave Effects on the Wage Distribution, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2018:28

Morosow, Kathrin, Marika Jalovaara and Juho Härkönen, 2018. Cash-for-Care use and Union Dissolution in Finland, Stockholm Research Resports in Demohgraphy 2018:18

Morosow, Kathrin and Martin Kolk, 2016. How does Birth Order and Number of Siblings Affect Fertility? A Within-Family Comparison using Swedish Register Data, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:07

Mussino, Eleonora, Vitor Miranda and Li Ma, 2017. Sex composition of children born and transition to third birth among immigrants in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:19

Mussino, Eleonora, Jussi Tervola and Ann-Zofie Duvander, 2017. Decomposing the Determinants of Fathers’ Parental Leave Use: Evidence from migration between Finland and Sweden, Stockholm Research Resports in Demography 2017:17

Mussino, Eleonora, Vitor Miranda & Li Ma, 2017. Sex ratio at birth among immigrant groups in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:05. Final version published 2018 as "Changes in sex ratio at birth among immigrant groups in Sweden" in Genus 74(13).

Mussino, Eleonora, Ann-Zofie Duvander, Li Ma, 2016. Does time count? Immigrant fathers’ use of parental leave in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:19

Mäenpää, Elina and Marika Jalovaara, 2011.The effects of homogamy in socio-economic background and education on union dissolution: divergent effects in cohabitations and marriages? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:18

Mäenpää, Elina and Marika Jalovaara, 2011. The effects of homogamy in socioeconomic background and education on the transition from cohabitation to marriage, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:10

Neyer, Gerda, Jan M. Hoem, and Gunnar Andersson, 2015. Education and Childlessness: The Influence of Educational Field and Educational Level on Childlessness among Swedish and Austrian Women born in 1955-59, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:19

Obućina, Ognjen and Jan Saarela, 2017. Intergenerational Transmission of Ethnic Identity in Mixed Native Couples in Finland, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2017:16

Obucina, Ognjen, 2015. Marriage Migration and Divorce Risk in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:25

Obućina, Ognjen, 2013. After Swedish Intermarriage, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:20

Ohlsson-Wijk, Sofi, 2011 “Millennium Marriages” and “Birthday Peaks” in Sweden: Increased marriage propensities around specific dates, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2011:13

Ohlsson, Sofi, 2009. Marriage in fashion? Trend reversal in marriage formation in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2009:7

Persson, Lotta and Jan Hoem, 2014. Immigrant fertility in Sweden, 2000-2011: A descriptive note, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2014:2

Schéele, Siv and Gunnar Andersson, 2015. Commuter Mobility: An Indicator of Municipality Attraction – An Analysis Based on Swedish Register Data, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:21

Ström, Sara, Maria Brandén and Johan Carlsson Dahlberg, 2012. The Swedish housing and life course cohort study (HOLK): Codebook for micro data, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:23

Tervola, Jussi, Ann-Zofie Duvander and Eleonora Mussino, 2016. Promoting parental leave for immigrant fathers – what role does policy play? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:14

Thalberg, Sara, 2012. Care and career: Educational enrolment and couples‘ childbearing behaviour in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:8

Thalberg, Sara, 2009. Money, policy and norms: Childbearing behavior of Swedish Students in the 1980s and 1990s, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2009:8

Thomson, Elizabeth, Trude Lappegård, Marcia Carlson, Ann Evans and Edith Gray, 2012. Childbearing across partnerships in the U.S., Australia and Scandinavia, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2012:22

Thomson, Elizabeth and Helen Eriksson, 2010. Register-based estimates of parental Separation in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:10

Marianne Tønnessen and Ben Wilson. Visualising immigrant fertility: Profiles of childbearing and their implications for migration research. Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:23

Tønnesen, Marianne and Eleonora Mussino, 2019. Adaptation from below? Migrants from low-fertility countries in a high-fertility setting. Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:15

Turunen, Jani, 2013. Adolescent educational outcomes in blended families: Evidence from Swedish register data 1998-2007, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:10

Tönnessen, Marianne, 2019. Explaining declined immigrant fertility, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2019:08. Final version published as Tønnessen, Marianne, "Declined Total Fertility Rate Among Immigrants and the Role of Newly Arrived Women in Norway", European Journal of Population, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10680-019-09541-0

Vidal, Sergi, Francisco Perales, Philipp M. Lersch and Maria Brandén, 2017. Family migration in a cross-national perspective: The importance of institutional and cultural context. Demographic Research 36 - (10): 307-338.

Viklund, Ida, 2018. Gender Revolution for Whom? Parental leave division and union dissolution risks among parental groups in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2018:29

Wennemo Lanninger, Alma, 2016. Improved integration of female refugees? – An evaluation of the Establishment reform, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2016:13

Wimark, Thomas and John Öst, 2013. The city as a single gay male magnet? Gay and lesbian geographical concentration in Sweden, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2013:6

Östh, John, 2015. Variation in Mortality among Migrants from Islamic Countries: Do Muslim Holidays and Socio-Economic Situation Affect Mortality Rates? Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015:8

Östh, John, Eva Andersson and Bo Malmberg, 2010, School choice and increasing performance difference: A counterfactual approach, Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2010:11