All 21 publications by year

2005


Spielauer, M.
The Contextual Database of the Generations and Gender Program
IISP Annual Scientific Conference 2005, 2005,
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Spielauer, M.
Second birth risks and intentions in Bulgaria
Workshop on Generations and Gender Survey: a source for novel analyses of demographic behavior, 2005,
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Rychtaríková, J.
Children in the Czech Republic in terms of generation, education, region, and size of mother’s municipality
Family and Parenthood at the Beginning of 21st Century, 2005,
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Rieck, Dorothea
The influences of social and economic conditions on fertility intentions of Russian men
Workshop on Generations and Gender Survey: a source for novel analyses of demographic behavior, 2005,
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Légaré, J. and Guillaume, M.
An international research programme - The Generations and Gender Programme (GGP)
Longitudinal studies and demographic challenges of the 21st century, 2005,
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Kucharová, V.
Dnešní podoba rodiny a vztahy spolupráce v rodin? [Family Today and Mutual Assistance in a Family]
Rodina a rodi?ovství na prahu 21. století (Family and Parenthood on the Eve of the 21st Century), 2005,
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Ettlerová, S. and Št'astná, A.
Czech Republic experience. Questionnaire Modifications and their Efficacy
Generations and Gender Survey: A source for novel analyses of demographic behaviour, 2005,
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Alich, D.
Fatherhood in Russia – The transition to the first, second and third child
Workshop on Generations and Gender Survey: a source for novel analyses of demographic behavior, 2005,
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Spielauer, M.
Répondre aux Nouvelles Demandes de Données pour la Recherche Comparative et L’Analyse Multiniveau : La Base de Données Contextuelle du Generations and Gender Program
Methodological Challenges for Future Information Needs, Statisics Canada, 2005,
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Fraboni, R. and Baldazzi, B. and Freguja, C. and Sabbadini, L. L.
Intergenerational relations and support in Italy
Annual Meeting of British Society for Population Studies 2005, 2005,
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Vikat, A. and Beets, G. and Billari, F. and Buehler, Ch. and Désesquelles, A. and Fokkema, T. and MacDonald, A. L. and Neyer, G. and Pailhé A. and Pinnelli, A. and Solaz, A. and Spéder, Z.
Wave 1 Questionnaire Manual
Generations and Gender Programme: Survey Instruments, United Nations, 2005,
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United_Nations
Generations and Gender Programme: Survey Instruments
United Nations, 2005,
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Spielauer, M. and Kostova, D. and Kotzeva, T. and Jekova, V. and Borissova, K.
The contextual database of the generations and gender program in Bulgaria: conceptual framework and an overview of the Bulgarian context concerning the central database topics
MPIDR Working Paper, 2005
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Spéder, Z. and Kapitány, B.
Poverty and Deprivation: assessing demographic and social structural factors
Demographic Research Institute Hungarian Central Statistical Office Working Papers on Population, Family and Welfare, 2005
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Spéder, Z.
The rise of cohabitation as first union and some neglected factors of recent demographic developments in Hungary
Demográfia English Edition, 2005
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Simard, M. and Franklin, S.
Sample Design Guidelines
Generations and Gender Programme: Survey Instruments, United Nations, 2005,
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Rychtaríková, J.
Education and Survival in the Czech Republic
Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geographica, 2005
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Kveder, A.
A Note on the definitions and documentation of final disposition codes
Generations and Gender Programme: survey instruments, United Nations, 2005,
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Kulik, M. C.
The emergence of cohabitation as a first union and its later stability: the case of Hungarian women
MPIDR Working Paper, 2005
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Kovács, K.
Proportionate or concentrated Burdens? Health of widowed, divorced and never married in Hungary
Demográfia English Edition, 2005
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