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Fertility Among Immigrants’ Descendants: A nuanced evolution
Kulu, H. et al. Read more
Are Immigrants Maintaining Fertility Levels of their Home Countries?
Puur, A. et al. Read more
Impact of Divorce on Children of Immigrants
Erman, J and Härkönen, J. Read more
Equality at home is a question of her career
Fahlén, S. Read more
You lose more, when you have more to lose
Bernardi, F. and Boertien, D.Read more
Steiber, N., Berghammer, C. and Haas, B. Read more
Don’t blame separation
Bernardi, F. and Boertien, D. Read more
Can Living Arrangements Influence Child Mental Health?
Fransson, E., Turunen, J., Hjern, A. et al. Read more
12 DNA areas ‘linked with the age at which we have our first child and family size’
Barban, N. et al. and Mills, M. C. Read more
Can education reduce inequalities among children?
Long-term effects of attending preschool
Cebolla-Boado, H., Radl, J. and Salazar, L. Read more
The Evolving Family
Ageing without children
Ivanova, K. and Dykstra, P. Read more
Time and risks
Parental supervision and risky behaviour of teenagers in the U.S.
See, S. G. Read more
The changing link between fertility, gender, and career in Europe
New evidence from Switzerland
Hanappi, D., Ryser, V.-A. and Bernardi, L. Read more
New generation, new relationships?
Immigrant generations and partnership dynamics in France
Pailhé, A. Read more
Caring for older parents – is it a matter of social norms?
Norms of family obligations and actual support provided to parents: a cross-national approach
Mureşan, C. and Hărăguş, P.-T. Read more
Who is taking care of babies?
Decisions on sharing parental leave among couples in Austria
Schmidt, E.-M., Rieder, I., Zartler, U., Schadler, C. and Richter, R. Read more
Disadvantaged for being the youngest?
The impact of one’s month of birth on the chances of being continuously
promoted throughout primary education in France
Bernardi, F. Read more
Diversity in partnership dynamics
Marriage and divorce of immigrants and descendants of immigrants in Sweden
Andersson, G., Obucina, O., and Scott, K. Read more
Does a short paternity leave influence practices of fatherhood?
Effects of paternity leave schemes offered by employers in Switzerland
Valarino, I. and Gauthier, J. – A. Read more
Only some do suffer
The social gradient of the influence of parental separation on children’s educational outcomes
Grätz, M. Read more
Less in the family
Changing care ideals in the Netherlands
Van den Broek, T., Dykstra, P. A., and Van der Veen, R. J. Read more
A boost for mothers and their offspring
More public childcare vacancies can support maternal employment
and improve children’s future development
Brilli, Y., Del Boca, D., and Pronzato C. D. Read more
A proxy for integration?
Family patterns of immigrants and their descendants in Estonia
Rahnu, L. ; Puur, A., Sakkeus, L., and Klesment, M. Read more
Immigrants’ choices when starting a family
Partnering and re-partnering in the UK
Hannemann, T. and Kulu, H. Read more
The emergence of a care and domestic migrant underclass
Hellgren, Z. Read more
Paperless marriages with children?
Towards a convergence of childbearing among cohabiters across social classes in Latin America
Laplante, B., Castro-Martín, T., and Martín-García, T. Read more
Childlessness intentions and ideals in Europe
Miettinen, A. and Szalma, I. Read more
Equal rights linked to more commitment
Relationship preferences among gay and lesbian online daters:
Individual and contextual influences
Potârcă, G., Mills, M., and Neberich, W. Read more
Money can’t buy time
Household choices and child development
Del Boca, D., Flinn, C., and Wiswall, M. Read more
Don’t blame contraception
The reproductive context of cohabitation in comparative perspective:
Contraceptive use in the United States, Spain and France
Sweeney, M., Castro-Martin, T., and Mills, M. Read more
Fancy the familiar
Racial preferences in online dating across European countries
Potârcă, G. and Mills, M. Read more
Is help always helpful?
Receiving instrumental support in late parent-child relationships and parental depression
Djundeva, M., Mills, M., Wittek, R., and Steverink, N. Read more
Why odd times suit working mothers
Non-standard work schedules and childbearing in the Netherlands:
A mixed-method couple analysis
Begall, K., Mills, M., and Ganzeboom, H. B. G. Read more
A new study explores family contexts and adolescents’ emotional status
Meggiolaro S. and Ongaro F. Read more
Papa, his new wife, their baby and me
How half-siblings affect adolescent educational outcomes
Turunen, J. Read more
Who is doing it again?
Varying association between education and second births in Europe:
Comparative analysis based on the EU-SILC data
Klesment, M., Puur, A., Rahnu, L., and Sakkeus, L. Read more
Changed experience, unchanged effect
Parental divorce, psychological well-being and educational attainment among
Swedes born 1892–1991
Gähler, M. and Palmtag, E-L. Read more
Missing the bigger picture
More life course research and European comparisons are needed about
immigrant and ethnic minority families
Kulu, H. and González Ferrer, A. Read more
Mixing does not always lead to matching
Exploring divorce risks for immigrant-native couples in Germany
Kulu, H. and Milewski, N. Read more
Versatile designs of life
Fertility intentions among cohabiters across Europe
Castro-Martin, T. and Hiekel, N. Read more
“Divorce-damages” on education
The long-term divorce consequences and the probability of a university degree
Bernardi, F. and Radl. J. Read more
Where are the children?
Fertility in advanced societies: a review of research
Balbo N., Billari F.C., and Mills M. Read more
Do different questions lead to different results?
Takács J. and Szalma, I. Read more
Similar goals, different effects
Family policies in the context of low fertility and social structure
Fent T., Aparicio Diaz B. and Prskawetz A. Read more
More work, less wage
The economic impact of taking short parental leave
Joseph O., Pailhe A., Recotillet I. and Solaz A. Read more
The benefit of having a wife
To what extent are partners and adult children substitutes for unskilled public care?
Schenk N., Dykstra P., Maas I. and Van Gaalen R. Read more