The Population Europe Yearbook provides an annual overview of the network's publications, its authors, and topics.
Source: Oksuzyan, A.; Demakakos, P.; Shkolnikova, M. A.; Christensen, K.; Thinggaard, M.; Vaupel, J. W.; Shkolnikov, V. M. (2017): Handgrip strength and its prognostic value for mortality in Moscow, Denmark, and England. In: PLoS One 12(9).
Original paper: Hart, R.K., Lyngstad, T.H. and Vinberg, E. (2017). Children and Union Dissolution across Four Decates: Evidence from Norway. European Sociological Review, doi: 10.1093/esr/jcx039
Original paper: García-Román, J., Flood S. & Genadek, K. (2017) Parents’ time with a partner in a cross-national context: A comparison of the United States, Spain, and France. Demographic Research, 36(4): 111-144.
Source: Conzo, P., Fuochi, G. & Mencarini, L. (2017): Fertility and Life Satisfaction in Rural Ethiopia. Demography 54(4): 1331–1351.
Original Paper: Mergenthaler, Andreas and Cihlar, Volker. (2017): Bridge Employment and Marital Quality in Germany – Different Implications for Men and Women? In: Ageing International, pp 1–20.
Borgna C., Struffolino E. (2017) Pushed or pulled? Girls and boys facing early school leaving risk in Italy. Social Science Research, Vol. 61: 298–313.
Source: Roeters, Anne, Mandemakers, Jornt J., Voorpostel, Marieke (2017): Parenthood and Well-being: The Moderating Role of Leisure and Paid Work. European Journal of Population (32): pp. 381-401.
Source: Dingemans, Ellen, Henkens, Kène, & van Solinge, Hanna (2017): Working retirees in Europe: individual and societal determinants. In: Work, Employment and Society: 1-20.
Source: Abuladze L, Kunder N, Lang K, et al. (2017): "Associations between self-rated health and health behaviour among older adults in Estonia: a cross-sectional analysis." In: BMJ Open.
Original Article: Antonova, L., Bucher-Koenen, T., Mazzonna, F. (2017): Long-term health consequences of recessions during working years. In: Social Science and Medicine 187: 134–143.
Source: Mortelmans, D. and D. Frans (2017): "Wage differentials after a career break: A latent growth model using Belgian register data". In: Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 8(2): 69 - 190.
Original Article: Thomas, M. J., Mulder, C. H. & Cooke, T. (2017): Linked lives and constrained spatial mobility: The case of moves related to separation among families with children. In: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
Source: Berggren, N., Bjornskov, C. and Nilsson, T. (2017). Do Equal Rights for a Minority Affect General Life Satisfaction? Journal of Happiness Studies: 1-19.
Akay, A., Constant, A., Giulietti, C. and Guzi, M. (2017) Ethnic diversity and well-being. Journal of Population Economics, 30 (1), 265-306.
Original Source: Modig, K., Andersson, T., Vaupel, J., Rau, R. & Ahlbom, A. (2017): "How long do centenarians survive?: Life expectancy and maximum life span", Journal of Internal Medicine. Supplement.
Original Article: Mackenbach, Johan P., Looman, Caspar W.N., Artnik, Barbara, Bopp, Matthias, Deboosere, Patrick, et al. (2017): 'Fundamental causes' of inequalities in mortality: An empirical test of the theory in 20 European populations. Sociology of Health & Illness.
Original Source: Arpino, Bruno, de Valk, Helga (2017): Comparing Life Satisfaction of Immigrants and Natives Across Europe: The Role of Social Contacts. Social Indicators Research: 1-22.
Original Article: Ambrosetti, E., Ortensi, L., Castagnaro, C. and Attili, M. (2016). Sex imbalances at birth in migratory context: evidence from Italy. GENUS 71(2-3): 29-51.
Original Article: Erman, Jeylan & Härkönen, Juho (2017): Parental Separation and School Performance Among Children of Immigrant Mothers in Sweden. European Journal of Population 33(2): 267-292.
Original article: Franz, C. E., Finkel, D., Panizzon, M. S., Spoon K., Christensen, K., et al. (2017): Facets of Subjective Health From Early Adulthood to Old Age. Journal of Ageing and Health 29(1): 149-171.
Original Article: Puur, A., Rahnu, L., Abuladze, L., Sakkeus, L, & Zakharov, S. (2017): Childbearing among first- and second-generation Russians in Estonia against the background of the sending and host countries. Demographic Research 36(41): 1209-1254.
Original Paper: Duthé, G., Guillot, M., Meslé, F., Vallin, J., Badurashvili, I., et al. (2017): Adult mortality patterns in the former Soviet Union’s southern tier: Armenia and Georgia in comparative perspective. Demographic Research 36(19): 589-608.
Original article: Abellan, Antonio et al. (2017): Partner care, gender equality, and ageing in Spain and Sweden. International Journal of Ageing and Later Life 11(1): 1-21.
Original paper: Spéder, Zsolt, & Bartus, Tamás (2016) Educational enrolment, double-status positions and the transition to motherhood in Hungary. European Journal of Population, 33(1): 55-85
Original Paper: de Gelder, Rianne, Menvielle, Gwenn, Costa, Giuseppe, et al. (2017): Long-term trends of inequalities in mortality in 6 European countries. International Journal of Public Health 62(1): 127-141.
Original paper: Fahlén, Susanne (2016). Equality at home - A question of career? Housework, norms, and policies in a European comparative perspective. Demographic Research, 35 (48): 1411-1440.
Original paper: Cylus, Jonathan, & Avendano, Mauricio (2017): Receiving unemployment benefits may have positive effects on the health of the unemployed. Health Affairs 36 (2): pp. 289-296.
Original Paper: Waibel, Stine, Rüger, Heiko, Ette, Andreas, & Lenore Sauer (2017): Career consequences of transnational educational mobility: A systematic literature review. Educational Research Review 20: 81-98.
Original paper: Bolzman, Claudio, & Vagni, Giacomo (2017): Forms of care among native Swiss and older migrants from Southern Europe: a comparison. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 43 (2), pp. 249-269.
Original Article: Boertien, Diederik, Mortelmans, Dimitri (2017): Does the relationship between personality and divorce change over time? A cross-country comparison of marriage cohorts. Acta Sociologica: 1-17.
Billari, F.C., Giuntella, O. and Stella, L. (2017). Does Broadband Internet Affect Fertility? IZA Discussion Paper Series No. 10935, Bonn: Institute of Labor Economics
Tervola, Jussi, Duvander, Ann-Zophie, & Eleonora Mussino (2017): Promoting Parental Leave for Immigrant Fathers – What Role Does Policy Play? Social Politics 24(3): 269-297.
Potarca, Gina, Mills, Melinda & van Duijn, Marijtje (2017): The Choices and Constraints of Secondary Singles: Willingness to Stepparent Among Divorced Online Daters Across Europe. In: Journal of Family Issues 38(10): 1143-1470.
Kil, T., Neels, K., Wood, J., & H. de Valk (2017): Employment after Parenthood: Women of Migrant Origin and Natives Compared. In: European Journal of Population.
Pasteels, I. and Mortelmans, D. (2017): “The socioeconomic determinants of repartnering after divorce or separation in Belgium”, in: Demographic Research 36(58): 1785-1812.
Douma, L., Steverink, N., Hutter, I. & Meijering, L. (2017): Exploring Subjective Well-being in Older Age by Using Participant-generated Word Clouds. Gerontologist 57( 2): 229-239.
Comolli, Chiara Ludovica (2017): The fertility response to the Great Recession in Europe and the United States: Structural economic conditions and perceived economic uncertainty. Demographic Research 36(51): 1549-1600.
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): 31-60.
Schwanitz, Katrin (2017): The transition to adulthood and pathways out of the parental home: A cross-national analysis. Advances in Life Course Research 32: 21-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.alcr.2017.03.001
Berger, Lawrence M., Panico, Lidia, & Solaz, Anne (2017): Maternal Repartnering: Does Father Involvement Matter? Evidence from United Kingdom. European Journal of Population: pp. 1-31. doi:10.1007/s10680-016-9410-4
Wood, J. and K. Neels (2016): First a job, then a child? Subgroups variation in women’s employment-fertility link. In: Advances in Life Course Research, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.alcr.2016.09.003
McGhee, Derek, Moreh, Chris, & Athina Vlachantoni (2017): An ‘undeliberate determinacy’? The changing migration strategies of Polish migrants in the UK in times of Brexit. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies: 1-22.
Vidal, Sergi, Perales, Francesco, Lersch, Philipp M., & Brandén, Maria (2017): Family migration in a cross-national perspective: The importance of within-couple employment arrangements in Australia, Britain, Germany, and Sweden. Demographic Research 36(10), pp. 307-338.
Trias-Llimós, Sergi, Bijlsma, Maarten J. & Fanny Janssen (2017): The role of birth cohorts in long-term trends in liver cirrhosis mortality across eight European countries. Addiction 112(2): 250-258.
Neyer, Gerda, Jan M Hoem, and Gunnar Andersson (2017). Education and Childlessness: the influence of educational field and educational level on childlessness among Swedish and Austrian women. In M Kreyenfeld & D Konietzka (eds.), Childlessness in Europe: Contexts, Causes and Consequences, pp 183 – 207.
This article originally appeared on the website of the Demography Unit of Stockholm University and is re-posted with many thanks.
This article originally appeared on the Socio(b)log/Stockholm University website and is re-posted with many thanks
Jani Erola & Elina Kilpi-Jakonen (eds.) 2017. Social Inequality Across the Generations: The Role of Compensation and Multiplication in Resource Accumulation. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing.