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WP-2005-021: Economic progress as cancer risk factor. I: Puzzling facts of cancer epidemiology Downloads
Svetlana V. Ukraintseva and Anatoli I. Yashin
WP-2005-020: Does the socioeconomic mortality gradient interact with age? Evidence from US survey data and Danish register data Downloads
Rasmus Hoffmann
WP-2005-019: On mixture failure rate ordering Downloads
Maxim S. Finkelstein and Veronica Esaulova
WP-2005-018: Aging: damage accumulation versus increasing mortality rate Downloads
Maxim S. Finkelstein
WP-2005-017: Learning from others and receiving support: the impact of personal networks on fertility intentions in Poland Downloads
Christoph Bühler and Ewa Fratczak
WP-2005-016: Social capital related to fertility: theoretical foundations and empirical evidence from Bulgaria Downloads
Christoph Bühler and Dimiter Philipov
WP-2005-015: Mapping social influence on fertility: a mix-method approach to data collection Downloads
Laura Bernardi, Holger von der Lippe and Sylvia Keim
WP-2005-014: Childlessness and educational attainment among Swedish women born in 1955-59 Downloads
Jan M. Hoem, Gerda R. Neyer and Gunnar Andersson
WP-2005-013: Gender Equality and Fertility in Sweden: A Study on the Impact of the Father’s Uptake of Parental Leave on Continued Childbearing Downloads
Ann-Zofie Duvander and Gunnar Andersson
WP-2005-012: Concentration of reproduction in Austria: general trends and differentials by educational attainment and urban-rural setting Downloads
Martin Spielauer
WP-2005-011: Subjective well-being and mortality in Chinese oldest old Downloads
Qiang Li
WP-2005-010: Official population statistics and the Human Mortality Database estimates of populations aged 80+ in Germany and nine other European countries Downloads
Dmitri A. Jdanov, Rembrandt D. Scholz and Vladimir M. Shkolnikov
WP-2005-009: Why does Sweden have such high fertility? Downloads
Jan M. Hoem
WP-2005-008: Becoming a parent in East Germany during the 1990s. The impact of personal considerations on the timing of entry to parenthood Downloads
Holger von der Lippe and Gunnar Andersson
WP-2005-007: The cost of population aging: forecasting future hospital expenses in Germany Downloads
Hilke Brockmann and Jutta Gampe
WP-2005-006: The contextual database of the generations and gender program in Bulgaria: conceptual framework and an overview of the Bulgarian context concerning the central database topics Downloads
Martin Spielauer, Dora Kostova, Tatyana Kotzeva, Vetka Jekova and Kremena Borissova
WP-2005-005: A study on policies and practices in selected countries that encourage childbirth: the case of Sweden Downloads
Gunnar Andersson
WP-2005-004: Month of birth influences survival up to age 105+: first results from the age validation study of German semi-supercentenarians Downloads
Gabriele Doblhammer, Rembrandt D. Scholz and Heiner Maier
WP-2005-002: Fertility and spatial mobility: evidence from Austria Downloads
Hill Kulu
WP-2005-001: Nichteheliche Mutterschaft und soziale Ungleichheit: zur sozioökonomischen Differenzierung der Familienformen in Ost- und Westdeutschland Downloads
Dirk Konietzka and Michaela R. Kreyenfeld
WP-2004-030: Employment after childbearing: a comparative study of Italy and Norway Downloads
Magdalena M. Muszynska
WP-2004-029: Mortality in varying environment Downloads
Maxim S. Finkelstein
WP-2004-028: Childlessness and the concentration of reproduction in Austria Downloads
Martin Spielauer
WP-2004-027: To concentration of reproduction in cohorts of US and European women Downloads
Vladimir M. Shkolnikov, Evgeny M. Andreev, René Houle and James W. Vaupel
WP-2004-026: The Generations and Gender Contextual Database: concepts and content Downloads
Martin Spielauer
WP-2004-025: Angleichung oder Verfestigung von Differenzen? Geburtenentwicklung und Familienformen in Ost- und Westdeutschland Downloads
Michaela R. Kreyenfeld and Dirk Konietzka
WP-2004-024: Zur Bedeutung sozialen Kapitals für Fertilitätsentscheidungen: theoretische und empirische Darstellungen am Beispiel Bulgariens Downloads
Christoph Bühler and Dimiter Philipov
WP-2004-023: The effects of socio-cultural and labor market conditions on marital separation during the early democratic period in Spain
René Houle
WP-2004-022: Fertility of internal migrants: comparison between Austria and Poland Downloads
Hill Kulu
WP-2004-020: Sample size and statistical significance of hazard regression parameters. An exploration by means of Monte Carlo simulation of four transition models based on Hungarian GGS data Downloads
Martin Spielauer and René Houle
WP-2004-019: Gendering the family composition: sex preferences for children and childbearing behavior in the Nordic countries Downloads
Gunnar Andersson, Karsten Hank, Marit Rønsen and Andres Vikat
WP-2004-018: The demographics of same-sex „marriages“ in Norway and Sweden Downloads
Gunnar Andersson, Turid Noack, Ane Seierstad and Harald Weedon-Fekjær
WP-2004-016: Does the impact of socioeconomic status on mortality decrease with increasing age? Downloads
Rasmus Hoffmann
WP-2004-015: The compatibility between work and family life – an empirical study of second birth risks in West Germany and France Downloads
Katja Köppen
WP-2004-014: The contextual database of the Generations and Gender Program: overview, conceptual framework and the link to the Generations and Gender Survey Downloads
Martin Spielauer
WP-2004-013: Family formation in times of social and economic change: an analysis of the 1971 East German cohort Downloads
Johannes Huinink and Michaela R. Kreyenfeld
WP-2004-012: Social capital and fertility intentions: the case of Poland Downloads
Christoph Bühler and Ewa Fratczak
WP-2004-011: Labour-market attachment and entry into parenthood: The experience of immigrant women in Sweden Downloads
Gunnar Andersson and Kirk Scott
WP-2004-010: Does divorce risk depend on spouses´ relative income? A register-based study of first marriages in Sweden in 1981–1998 Downloads
Guiping Liu and Andres Vikat
WP-2004-009: Sozialstruktur und Kinderbetreuung: Eine Analyse der sozialen und ökonomischen Determinanten der Nutzung von Kindertageseinrichtungen Downloads
Michaela R. Kreyenfeld
WP-2004-008: Fertility decisions in the FRG and GDR Downloads
Michaela R. Kreyenfeld
WP-2004-007: Die Bedeutung von Herkunftsfamilie, Berufsbiografie und Partnerschaften für den Übergang zur Ehe und Vaterschaft Downloads
Angelika Tölke
WP-2004-006: Erwerbsstatus und Familienentwicklung in Schweden aus paarbezogener Perspektive Downloads
Gunnar Andersson, Ann-Zofie Duvander and Karsten Hank
WP-2004-005: "The husband’s mother is the devil in house" - Data on the impact of the mother-in-law on stillbirth mortality in historical Krummhörn (C18-C19 Germany) and some thoughts on the evolution of postgenerative female life Downloads
Eckart Voland and Jan Beise
WP-2004-004: The helping and the helpful grandmother - The role of maternal and paternal grandmothers in child mortality in the 17th and 18th century population of French Settlers in Quebec, Canada Downloads
Jan Beise
WP-2004-003: Menopause and post-generative longevity: Testing the ´stopping-early´ and ´grandmother´ hypotheses Downloads
Sara Grainger and Jan Beise
WP-2004-001: Women’s labor force attachment and childbearing in Finland Downloads
Andres Vikat
WP-2003-041: Modeling failure (mortality) rate with a change point Downloads
Maxim S. Finkelstein
WP-2003-040: Lifesaving increases life expectancy Downloads
Maxim S. Finkelstein
WP-2003-039: Age correspondence for different mortality regimes with and without the change point Downloads
Maxim S. Finkelstein
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