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Books and reports

Books & Reports

This section provides an overview of selected book publications of Population Europe researchers, cooperation partners and from other sources. If available, links guide the user to the publication websites.

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Using the Generation and Gender Survey, Hannu Lehti, Minna Tuominen, Elina Kilpi-Jakonen and Jani Erola explore the variation in the association between family composition measures and higher education attainment, as well as the average association based on parental education levels.

Using the Generation and Gender Survey, Hannu Lehti, Minna Tuominen, Elina Kilpi-Jakonen and Jani Erola  explore the variation in the association between family composition measures and higher education attainment, as well as the average association based on parental education levels. 

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A research project, “Interconnected Inequalities and Family Life Courses in Spain” (INTERINEQ) headed by Andrés Castro, a researcher at the Centre for Demographic Studies (CED) offers a new look at the transition to adulthood and low fertility in Spain.

This report shows that plans for having a family and their coming to fruition depend on social classes and, in particular, on the relative advantages and disadvantages in the middle classes in Spain.

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This publication contains the in-depth review on social cohesion prepared by Statistics Canada for the Bureau of the Conference of European Statisticians in February 2023. The publication identifies definitions and concepts related to social cohesion, specifically for the purposes of national statistical offices, and covers ongoing debates on defining social cohesion and its multidimensional nature.

This publication identifies definitions and concepts related to social cohesion, specifically for the purposes of national statistical offices, and covers ongoing debates on defining social cohesion and its multidimensional nature.

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This report by Marge Unt and Jelena Helemäe investigates the institutional factors shaping late-career trajectories in the EU and their subsequent health effects.

This report by Marge Unt and Jelena Helemäe investigates the institutional factors shaping late-career trajectories in the EU and their subsequent health effects. 

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This report presents the most recent findings on families in Austria based on data from the Generations & Gender Survey.

This report presents the most recent findings on families in Austria based on data from the Generations & Gender Survey. 

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This report was published by the European Commission's Joint Research Center and was written by Nicholas Gailey, Anne Goujon, Fabrizio Natale and Philipp Ueffing.

Published by the European Commission's Joint Research Center, this report was written by Nicholas Gailey, Anne Goujon, Fabrizio Natale and Philipp Ueffing.

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In his newest book, Andreu Domingo and invited contributors explore the instrumentalisation of demography by neoconservatives and extreme right-wing populists around the world.

In his newest book, Andreu Domingo and invited contributors explore the instrumentalisation of demography by neoconservatives and extreme right-wing populists around the world. 

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The aim of this publication is to provide an overview and detailed description of the demographic trends of the last 70 years for the populations of the Mediterranean as a whole.

The aim of this publication is to provide an overview and detailed description of the demographic trends of the last 70 years for the populations of the Mediterranean as a whole.