Poster session 1: Families, Fertility and Households


Day: Thursday June 13

Time: 15:45-16:30

Room: Norðurbryggja


PO1:1. Brzozowska, Zuzanna (Wittgenstein Centre, Masaryk University), Éva Beaujouan, and Kryštof Zeman: Why has the share of two-child families stopped growing? Evidence from 16 low-fertility countries (Download abstract)


PO1:2. Comolli, Chiara (University of Lausanne) et al.: Childbearing during and after recessions in the Nordic countries (Download abstract)


PO1:3. Dudel, Christian (Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research), Yen-hsin Alice Cheng, and Sebastian Klüsener: Remarkable regularities in the association of maternal and paternal ages at childbirth: Evidence from 15 high-income countries (Download abstract)


PO1:4. Eriksson, Helen (Stockholm University): Career potential, career stage and parental leave-taking (Download abstract)


PO1:5. Friedrich, Carmen (University of Bamberg), Florian Schulz, and Henriette Engelhardt: Women’s agency and parenthood in Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia (Download abstract)


PO1:6. Hornstra, Maaike (University of Amsterdam), Matthijs Kalmijn, and Katya Ivanova: Stepfamily spillover effects: Studying the interrelations between ties in complex families (Download abstract)


PO1:7. Matysiak, Anna and Daniele Vignoli (University of Florence): Revisiting the relationship between higher education and second births across Europe and the US (Download abstract)


PO1:8. Mazzoni, Stanislao, Francisco J. Viciana Fernández, and Diego Ramiro Fariñas (Spanish National Research Council): Is permanent employment, during the years of the Great Recession, a fertility trigger in Southern Europe? (Download abstract)


PO1:9. Pardo, Ignacio, Teresa Martin-García, Teresa Castro-Martín (Spanish National Research Council), and Wanda Cabella: Fatherhood after union breakup in Uruguay: Transitory or life-long commitment? (Download abstract)


PO1:10. Radenacker, Anke (Hertie School of Governance) and Michaela Kreyenfeld: The heterogeneity of earnings changes around divorce for mothers in Germany (Download abstract)


PO1:11. Sandström, Glenn (Umeå University, Stockholm University), Fredinah Namatovu, Jens Ineland, Daniel Larsson, Nawi Ng, and Mikael Stattin: The persistence high levels of single living among adults with disabilities in Sweden 1993-2011 (Download abstract)


PO1:12. Sasaki, Takayuki (Osaka University of Commerce): Intergenerational coresidence and fertility in Japan (Download abstract)


PO1:13. Schwanitz, Katrin (Tallinn University): Young adults’ intentions and the decision to leave the parental home in Europe (Download abstract)


PO1:14. Simion, Oana Silvia (University of Romania): Functionality in unmarried families with children: A comparative socio-cultural study of Norway and Romania (Download abstract)


PO1:15. Sumanen, Hilla (South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, University of Helsinki), Jaakko Harkko, Kustaa Piha, Olli Pietiläinen, Ossi Rahkonen, and Anne Kuovonen: Young employees' trajectories and occupational class differences in utilization of occupational health care services (Download abstract)


PO1:16. Svallfors, Signe (Stockholm University): Reproductive intentions in the Colombian armed conflict (Download abstract)


PO1:17. Switek, Maggie and Eva Bernhardt (Stockholm University): Attitudes to work and parenthood: Adaptation to family transitions over the life course (Download abstract)


PO1:18. Thomson, Elizabeth (Stockholm University), Johan Carlsson Dahlberg, and Signe Svallfors: Childbearing across partnerships in Europe (Download abstract)

 

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