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All 26 publications by year

2021


Svetlana S. Biryukova, Oksana V. Sinyavskaya
More Money - More Births? Estimating Effects of 2007 Family Policy Changes on Probability of Second and Subsequent Births in Russia
Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes, 2021
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Maria Rita Testa and Danilo Bolano
When partners’ disagreement prevents childbearing: A couple-level analysis in Australia
Demographic Research, 2021
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Aliona Cristei
Moldova Case Study: GGS Data collection during the COVID-19 pandemic
UNFPA Moldova, 2021,
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Thomas J. Gaut
Economic and Social Well-being of Young Adults in Belarus, Kazakhstan and Poland
Generations and Gender Programme, 2021,
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Buber-Ennser, I. and Berghammer, C.
Religiosity and the realization of fertility intentions: A comparative study of eight European countries.
Population, Space and Place., 2021
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Solaz, A.
More frequent separation and repartnering among people aged 50 and over.
Population & Societies, 2021
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Kalmijn, M. & Leopold, T. A.
New Look at the Separation Surge in Europe: Contrasting Adult and Child Perspectives.
American Sociological Review, 2021
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Kreidl, M., & Žilinčíková, Z.
How Does Cohabitation Change People’s Attitudes toward Family Dissolution?
European Sociological Review, 2021
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Marteau, B.
Correction of Dates of Partnership Formation and Separation in the Consolidated Wave 1 of the Generations and Gender Survey (GGS) Belgium
Université Catholique de Louvain, 2021,
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Bein, C., Gauthier, A. H., & Mynarska, M.
Religiosity and Fertility Intentions: Can the Gender Regime Explain Cross-Country Differences?
European Journal of Population, 2021
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Koops, J. C., Liefbroer, A. C., & Gauthier, A. H.
Having a child within a cohabiting union in Europe and North America: What is the role of parents' socio‐economic status?
Population, Space and Place, 2021
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Zuzanna Brzozowska, Isabella Buber-Ennser, Bernhard Riederer
Didn’t plan one but got one: Unintended and sooner-than-intended parents in the East and the West of Europe
European Journal of Population, 2021
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Nicolai Groepler, Johannes Huinink, Timo Peter
Does the birth of a child still prompt a marriage? A comparison of Austria, France, Germany and Hungary
European Societies, 2021
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Linda Kridahl, Ann-Zofie Duvander
Are Mothers and Daughters Most Important? How Gender, Childhood Family Dissolution and Parents’ Current Living Arrangements Affect the Personal Care of Parents.
Social Sciences, 2021
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