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2003 - 2016

Current editor(s): Zsolt Spéder

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Volume 59, issue 5, 2016

Pakistani guest workers in the United Arab Emirates pp. 5-47 Downloads
Ivan Szelenyi
The ideological divides and the uptake of research evidence - The case of the United Nations World Population Conferences pp. 83-116 Downloads
Robert Cliquet Dragana Avramov

Volume 58, issue 5, 2015

Socioeconomic and religious differentials in marital fertility during the fertility transition: A micro-level study from Western Hungary, 1850–1939 pp. 5-37 Downloads
Levente Pakot and Péter Õri
Work-to-family spillover: Gender differences in Hungary pp. 39-64 Downloads
Márta Radó, Beáta Nagy and Gábor Király
Contraceptive use in Hungary: Past trends and actual behavior pp. 65-90 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Makay
Depopulating semi-periphery? Longer term dynamics of migration and socioeconomic development in Romania pp. 91-132 Downloads
István Horváth and Tamás Kiss

Volume 57, issue 5, 2014

REGIMES OF REMITTANCE DEPENDENCY: GLOBAL STRUCTURES AND TRAJECTORIES OF THE FORMER SOVIET “BLOC” pp. 5-37 Downloads
József Böröcz
DYNAMIC HISTORICAL ANALYSIS OF MIGRATION IN ITALY pp. 39-72 Downloads
Mauro ALbani, Antonella Guarneri and Serena Pivesan
EDUCATION, INCOME, MATERIAL DEPRIVATION AND MORTALITY IN HUNGARY BETWEEN 2001 AND 2008 pp. 73-89 Downloads
Katalin Kovács and Lajos Bálint
DISCOURSES OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND POPULATION POLICIES IN TURKEY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY pp. 91-112 Downloads
Serap Kavas

Volume 56, issue 5, 2013

FERTILITY INTENTIONS OF UNIVERSITY GRADUATES pp. 5-34 Downloads
Isabella Buber-Ennser, Ralina Panova and Jürgen Dorbritz
COUNTING HOW MANY CHILDREN PEOPLE WANT: THE INFLUENCE OF QUESTION FILTERS AND PRE-CODES pp. 35-61 Downloads
Eva Beaujouan

Volume 55, issue 5, 2012

COMPARING DESIRED FERTILITY AND PERCEPTIONS OF MOTHERHOOD IN GERMANY AND FRANCE pp. 5-36 Downloads
Kerstin Ruckdeschel
WITH OR WITHOUT YOU. PARTNERSHIP CONTEXT OF FIRST CONCEPTIONS AND BIRTHS IN HUNGARY pp. 37-60 Downloads
Júlia Mikolai
SPATIAL ASPECTS OF POPULATION DYNAMICS IN RUSSIAN LOCAL ADMINISTRATIVE TERRITORIAL UNITS (1989–2010) pp. 61-88 Downloads
Lilija Karachurina and Nikita Mkrtchyan

Volume 54, issue 5, 2011

FERTILITY DEVELOPMENTS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: THE ROLE OF WORK–FAMILY TENSIONS pp. 7-30 Downloads
Anna Matysiak
SIGNS OF A STABLE OR PROVISIONAL INCREASE IN FERTILITY? REFLECTIONS ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ESTONIA pp. 31-55 Downloads
Allan Puur and Martin Klesment
FAMILY POLICY AND DEMOGRAPHIC EFFECTS: THE CASE OF GERMANY pp. 56-78 Downloads
Martin Bujard
THE “COLUMBUS’ EGG” OF NORWEGIAN FAMILY POLICY pp. 79-88 Downloads
Trude Lappegard

Volume 53, issue 5, 2010

Universal history and population change pp. 5-20 Downloads
Dirk J. Van De Kaa
International family change and continuity: the past and future from of the developmental idealism perspective pp. 21-50 Downloads
Arland Thornton
Between global and local hierarchies: population management in the first half of the tewntieth century pp. 51-77 Downloads
Attila Melegh
New partnership after first divorce-an event history analysis pp. 78-101 Downloads
Erzsébet Földházi
Divorce and family change revisited: professional women’s divorce experience in Turkey pp. 102-126 Downloads
Serap Kavas and Ayse Gunduz-Hosgor

Volume 52, issue 5, 2009

Historical family systems and the great european divide: The invention of the slavic east pp. 5-47 Downloads
Miko³aj Szo³tysek and Barbara Zuber-Goldstein
FAMILY COMPOSITION AND REMARRIAGE IN RURAL TRANSYLVANIA, 1838–1910 pp. 48-75 Downloads
Levente Pakot
The highest fertility in Europe-For how long? Determinants of fertility change in Albania pp. 76-96 Downloads
Arjan Gjonça, Arnstein Aassve and Letizia Mencarini
Social capital in the mobilisation of human capital pp. 97-123 Downloads
Perttu Salmenhaara
The role of trust in the social integration of immigrants pp. 124-147 Downloads
Antal Örkény and Mária Székelyi

Volume 51, issue 5, 2008

Patterns of East to West migration in the context of European migration systems possibilities and limits of migration control pp. 5-35 Downloads
Irina Molodikova
Cohabitation, an alternative for marriage in contemporary Romania: A life table description pp. 35-65 Downloads
Cornelia Mureºan
Structural and value influences on the entry into parenthood in the Czech Republic pp. 66-84 Downloads
Hana Haskova
The development and the spatial characteristics of Roma population in Hungary-experimental population projections till 2021 pp. 85-123 Downloads
László Hablicsek

Volume 50, issue 5, 2007

Migrants in Europe: Demographic behaviour and socio-economic conditions pp. 5-25 Downloads
Youssef Courbage
In a gendered space-forms and reasons of migration and the integration of female migrants pp. 26-59 Downloads
Éva Kovács and Attila Melegh
Hungarian pensioners in the world pp. 60-74 Downloads
Sándor Illés
Knowledge and use of developmental thinking about societies and families among teenagers in Argentina pp. 75-104 Downloads
Georgina Binstock and Arland Thornton
The diversity of Family structure in Europe: A survey on partnership, parenting and childhood across Europe around the millenium pp. 105-134 Downloads
Zsolt Spéder
The emergence of cohabitation in a transitional socio-economic context: Evidence from Bulgaria and Russia pp. 135-162 Downloads
Dora Kostova

Volume 49, issue 5, 2005

Harmonized demographic projections between France, Hungary and Slovakia pp. 5-42 Downloads
László Hablicsek, Isabelle Robert-Bobée, Danusa Jurcova, Ferenc Kamarás, Jan Mészáros, Mária H. Richter, Jean-Paul Sardon, Pál Péter Tóth and Boris Vano
Patterns of demographic behaviour in late 18th century Hungary pp. 43-76 Downloads
Péter Õri
The rise of cohabitation as first union and some neglected factors of recent demographic developmnets in Hungary pp. 77-103 Downloads
Zsolt Spéder
Proportionate or concentrated burdens? Health of widowed, divorced and nevermarried in Hungary pp. 104-122 Downloads
Katalin Kovács
Globalisation, ethnicity and international migration. The comparison of Finland, Hungary and Russia pp. 123-167 Downloads
Attila Melegh, Elena Kondratieva, Perttu Salmenhaara, Annika Forsander, László Hablicsek and Adrienn Hegyesi
The nature and causes of immigration into Hungary and the Integration of immigrants into Hungarian society and labour market pp. 123-167 Downloads
Irén Gödri

Volume 48, issue 5, 2003

Changes in demographic processes in Hungary pp. 5-20 Downloads
László Cseh-Szombathy
Mortality differences between the subregions of Hungary pp. 21-53 Downloads
András Klinger
Marriage and cohabitation - Facts and opinions compared pp. 54-74 Downloads
Marietta Pongrácz and Zsolt Spéder
Family formation and childbearing in the 1990s and at the turn of the millenium pp. 75-103 Downloads
Ferenc Kamarás
Birth out of wedlock pp. 104-121 Downloads
Marietta Pongrácz and Edit S. Molnár
Independet, never married people in their thirties: Remaining single pp. 122-143 Downloads
Ágnes Utasi
Different household formation systems in one country at the end of the eighteenth century: Variations on John Hajnal's thesis pp. 144-178 Downloads
Tamás Faragó
The role of retirement, family relations and health in everyday activities of 60-75 year olds pp. 186-216 Downloads
Imre Dobossy, Edit S. Molnár and Eszter Virágh
The role of international migration in maintaining the population size of Hungary between 2000-2050 pp. 217-258 Downloads
László Hablicsek and Pál Péter Tóth
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