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Centre for Economic Demography

Lund University School of Economics and Management

Working papers

Lund Papers in economic demography

Lund Papers in Economic Demography

2020:6 Jonas Helgertz, Tommy Bengtsson, Martin Dribe

"Income Data in the Scanian Economic Demographic Database (SEDD)"

2020:5 Kirk Scott, Anna Tegunimataka

"The Demographics of an Aging Society - The Role of Migration"

2020:4 Glenn Sandström, Maria Stanfors

"Growing More Equal and Growing Apart? Socioeconomic Status and the Rise of Divorce in Sweden"

2020:3 Maria Stanfors

"Gendered Parenthood in the 21st Century? Everyday Time Use and Stress in Sweden, 2000/01-2010/11"

2020:2 Maria Stanfors, Fredrik N G Andersson, Glenn Sandström

"A Century of Divorce: Long-Term Socioeconomic Restructuring and the Divorce Rate in Sweden, 1915-2010"

2020:1 Ariane Pailhé, Anne Solaz, Maria Stanfors

"The Great Convergence? Gender and Unpaid Work in Europe and the United States"

2019:7 Nuno Palma, Jaime Reis, Mengtian Zhang

"Reconstruction of Regional and National Population Using Intermittent Census-Type Data: The Case of Portugal 1527-1864"

2019:6 Joseph Molitoris

"Factors Associated with an Unmet Need for Contraception in the United States, 2002-2017"

2019:5 Mieke C.W. Eeckhaut, Maria Stanfors

"Educational Assortative Mating, Gender Equality, and Income Differentiation across Europe: A Simulation Study"

Published as: Educational assortative mating and income differentiation across Europe. Acta Sociologica, 2019. doi.org/10.1177/0001699319877925

2019:4 Enrico Debiasi, Martin Dribe

"The Richer the Better? -- SES Inequalities in Cause-Specific Adult Mortality in a Long-Term Perspective: Evidence from Sweden 1813-2014"

2019:3 Martin Dribe, Patrick Svensson

"Landskrona 1900-2000 -- A Comparative Analysis of the Economic and Demographic Development"

2019:2 Jeanne Cilliers, Martine Mariotti

"Stop! Go! What can we learn about family planning from birth timing in settler South Africa, 1800-1910?"

2019:1 Jonas Helgertz, Martin Dribe

"Do grandfathers really matter to social mobility? Evidence from Swedish data"

2018:5 Volha Lazuka

"It's a Long Walk: Lasting effects of the openings of maternity wards on labour market performance""

2018:4 Joseph Molitoris

"Breastfeeding during Pregnancy and the Risk of Miscarriages in the United States

2018:3 Joseph Molitoris

"Breastfeeding during Pregnancy and its Association with Childhood Malnutrition and Pregnancy Loss in Low- and Middle-Income Countries"

2018:2 Tommy Bengtsson, Martin Dribe, Jonas Helgertz

"When Did the Health Gradient Emerge? Income, Social Class and Mortality, Sweden 1813-2011"

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2018:1 Martin Dribe, Björn Eriksson

"Socioeconomic Status and Adult Life Expectancy in Early 20th-Century Sweden: Evidence from Full-Count Micro Census"

2017:5 Maria Stanfors, Josephine Jacobs, Jeffrey Neilson

"Caregiving time costs and tradeoffs with paid work and leisure:
Evidence from Sweden, the UK and Canada"

Published as: Caregiving time costs and trade-offs: Gender differences in Sweden, the UK, and Canada.” Social Science and Medicine - Population Health, vol 9, 2019. doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmph.2019.100501

2017:4 Joseph Molitoris
"Heterogeneous Effect of Birth Spacing on Neonatal Mortality Risks in Bangladesh"

2017:3 Martin Dribe, J. David Hacker, Francesco Scalone
"How Context Shaped Intermarriage during the Great Migration to the United States at the Turn of the Twentieth Century"

Published as: Becoming American: Intermarriage during the great migration to the United States. Journal of Interdisciplinary History Vol. 49, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1162/jinh_a_01266

2017:2 Tommy Bengtsson, Luciana Quaranta
"The Impact of Short-term Economic Stress on Infant and Child Mortality in Southern Sweden, 1705-1812"

 2017:1 Martin Dribe, Björn Eriksson, Francesco Scalone
"Migration, Marriage, and Social Mobility in Sweden 1880-1900"

Published as: Migration, Marriage and Social Mobility: Women in Sweden 1880-1900. Explorations in Economic History Vol. 71, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eeh.2018.09.003