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Journal of Population Economics

1988 - 2023

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European Society for Population Economics
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Volume 36, issue 3, 2023

Do high aspirations lead to better outcomes? Evidence from a longitudinal survey of adolescents in Peru pp. 1099-1137 Downloads
Carol Graham and Julia R. Pozuelo
Double-edged sword: persistent effects of Communist regime affiliations on well-being and preferences pp. 1139-1185 Downloads
Vladimir Otrachshenko, Milena Nikolova and Olga Popova
Global warming and urbanization pp. 1187-1223 Downloads
Marc Helbling and Daniel Meierrieks
Compensation for girls in early childhood and its long-run impact: family investment strategies under rainfall shocks pp. 1225-1268 Downloads
Jia Wu, Jiada Lin and Xiao Han
The morbidity costs of air pollution through the Lens of Health Spending in China pp. 1269-1292 Downloads
Xin Zhang, Xun Zhang, Yuehua Liu, Xintong Zhao and Xi Chen
The effects of temperature on mental health: evidence from China pp. 1293-1332 Downloads
Yue Hua, Yun Qiu and Xiaoqing Tan
The impact of timing of in utero drought shocks on birth outcomes in rural households: evidence from Sierra Leone pp. 1333-1362 Downloads
Olukorede Abiona and Joseph B. Ajefu
Gendered effects of early childhood weather shocks on locus of control: evidence from 28 agricultural countries pp. 1363-1393 Downloads
Masahiro Shoji
The labor market returns to “first-in-family” university graduates pp. 1395-1429 Downloads
Anna Adamecz-Völgyi, Morag Henderson and Nikki Shure
Son preference and education Inequalities in India: the role of gender-biased fertility strategies and preferential treatment of boys pp. 1431-1460 Downloads
Heather Congdon Fors and Annika Lindskog
Child care costs, household liquidity constraints, and gender inequality pp. 1461-1487 Downloads
Alessandra Casarico, Elena Del Rey and José Silva
Behind the child penalty: understanding what contributes to the labour market costs of motherhood pp. 1489-1511 Downloads
Alessandra Casarico and Salvatore Lattanzio
Parental inputs and socio-economic gaps in early child development pp. 1513-1543 Downloads
Lindsey Macmillan and Emma Tominey
Delay in childbearing and the evolution of fertility rates pp. 1545-1571 Downloads
Evangelos Dioikitopoulos and Dimitrios Varvarigos
Children having children: early motherhood and offspring human capital in India pp. 1573-1606 Downloads
M. Perez-Alvarez and M. Favara
Unexpected longevity, intergenerational policies, and fertility pp. 1607-1640 Downloads
Jisoo Hwang and Seok Ki Kim
Natural selection and Neanderthal extinction in a Malthusian economy pp. 1641-1656 Downloads
Angus Chu
Quantity-quality trade-off in Northeast China during the Qing dynasty pp. 1657-1694 Downloads
Yu Bai, Yanjun Li and Pak Hung Lam
Landownership concentration and human capital accumulation in post-unification Italy pp. 1695-1764 Downloads
Vitantonio Mariella
The impact of a local human capital shock: evidence from World War II veterans pp. 1765-1798 Downloads
Jongkwan Lee
Demographic change and the rate of return in pay-as-you-go pension systems pp. 1799-1827 Downloads
Matthias Schön
Social security, economic growth, and social welfare in an overlapping generation model with idiosyncratic TFP shock and heterogeneous workers pp. 1829-1862 Downloads
Toshiki Tamai
Age diversity and aggregate productivity pp. 1863-1899 Downloads
Balázs Zélity
Who’s afraid of immigration? The effect of economic preferences on tolerance pp. 1901-1940 Downloads
Matija Kovacic and Cristina Elisa Orso
Implications of restrictive asylum policies: evidence from metering along the U.S.-Mexico Border pp. 1941-1962 Downloads
Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes and José R. Bucheli
International migration and the religious schooling of children in the home country: evidence from Bangladesh pp. 1963-2005 Downloads
Khandker Wahedur Rahman

Volume 36, issue 2, 2023

Big Five personality traits and sex pp. 549-580 Downloads
Uwe Jirjahn and Martha Ottenbacher
Social integration of Syrian refugees and their intention to stay in Germany pp. 581-607 Downloads
Cyrine Hannafi and Mohamed Marouani
The effect of linguistic proximity on the labour market outcomes of the asylum population pp. 609-652 Downloads
Lorraine Wong
Estimating poverty for refugees in data-scarce contexts: an application of cross-survey imputation pp. 653-679 Downloads
Hai-Anh Dang and Paolo Verme
The supply of foreign talent: how skill-biased technology drives the location choice and skills of new immigrants pp. 681-718 Downloads
Andreas Beerli, Ronald Indergand and Johannes S. Kunz
Eastward enlargements of the European Union, transitional arrangements and self-employment pp. 719-742 Downloads
Magdalena Ulceluse and Martin Kahanec
The immigrant-native gap in risk and time preferences in Germany: levels, socio-economic determinants, and recent changes pp. 743-778 Downloads
Sumit S. Deole and Marc Oliver Rieger
Economic geography of contagion: a study of COVID-19 outbreak in India pp. 779-811 Downloads
Tanika Chakraborty and Anirban Mukherjee
The impact of Covid-19 on older workers’ employment and Social Security spillovers pp. 813-846 Downloads
Gopi Shah Goda, Emilie Jackson, Lauren Hersch Nicholas and Sarah See Stith
Optimal interventions in networks during a pandemic pp. 847-883 Downloads
Roland Pongou, Guy Tchuente and Jean-Baptiste Tondji
Native Americans’ experience of chronic distress in the USA pp. 885-909 Downloads
David Blanchflower and Donn. L. Feir
Neighborhoods and mental health—evidence from a natural experiment in the public social housing sector pp. 911-934 Downloads
Bence Boje-Kovacs, Jane Greve and Cecilie D. Weatherall
Skipping the doctor: evidence from a case with extended self-certification of paid sick leave pp. 935-971 Downloads
Bruno Ferman, Gaute Torsvik and Kjell Vaage
Health shocks and spousal labor supply: an international perspective pp. 973-1004 Downloads
Nicholas Jolly and Nikolaos Theodoropoulos
Born or bred? The roles of nature and nurture for intergenerational persistence in labour market outcomes pp. 1005-1047 Downloads
Marte E. S. Ulvestad and Simen Markussen
Gendered university major choice: the role of intergenerational transmission pp. 1049-1097 Downloads
Julia Philipp

Volume 36, issue 1, 2023

The Feminisation U, cultural norms, and the plough pp. 5-35 Downloads
Luca J. Uberti and Elodie Douarin
Social assimilation and immigrants’ labour market outcomes pp. 37-67 Downloads
Matloob Piracha, Max Tani, Zhiming Cheng and Ben Zhe Wang
Social identity and labor market outcomes of immigrants pp. 69-113 Downloads
Maria Rosaria Carillo, Vincenzo Lombardo and Tiziana Venittelli
Male wage inequality and characteristics of “early mover” marriages pp. 115-138 Downloads
Hani Mansour and Terra McKinnish
Maternal employment effects of paid parental leave pp. 139-178 Downloads
Annette Bergemann and Regina Riphahn
Analysing tax-benefit reforms in the Netherlands using structural models and natural experiments pp. 179-209 Downloads
Henk-Wim Boer and Egbert L. W. Jongen
The chips are down: the influence of family on children’s trust formation pp. 211-233 Downloads
Corrado Giulietti, Enrico Rettore and Sara Tonini
How family background shapes the relationship between human capital and fertility pp. 235-262 Downloads
Francis Kramarz, Olof Rosenqvist and Oskar Nordström Skans
Birth outcomes in hard times among minority ethnic groups pp. 263-294 Downloads
Paola Bertoli, Veronica Grembi and The Linh Bao Nguyen
Baby commodity booms? The impact of commodity shocks on fertility decisions and outcomes pp. 295-320 Downloads
Francisco Gallego and Jeanne Lafortune
The effect of compulsory schooling laws and child labor restrictions on fertility: evidence from the early twentieth century pp. 321-358 Downloads
Yannay Shanan
Housing wealth and fertility: evidence from China pp. 359-395 Downloads
Hong Liu, Lili Liu and Fei Wang
Social externalities, endogenous childcare costs, and fertility choice pp. 397-429 Downloads
Ratbek Dzhumashev and Ainura Tursunalieva
Long-term barriers to global fertility convergence pp. 431-470 Downloads
Erasmo Papagni
The effect of education on overall fertility pp. 471-503 Downloads
Philip DeCicca and Harry Krashinsky
The effects of an epidemic on prenatal investments, childhood mortality and health of surviving children pp. 505-544 Downloads
Patricia I. Ritter and Ricardo A. Sanchez
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