15 Aug 2018

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Population Research and Policy Review

Disparities in Children’s Family Experiences by Mother’s Socioeconomic Status: The Case of Finland

Editors’ Introduction

SNAP Benefits and Pregnancy-Related Emergency Room Visits

Business Cycles, Medicaid Generosity, and Birth Outcomes

Changing Life Expectancy and Health Expectancy Among Russian Adults: Results from the Past 20 Years

Demography

Prenatal Exposure to an Acute Stressor and Children’s Cognitive Outcomes

Financially Overextended: College Attendance as a Contributor to Foreclosures During the Great Recession

Gender Bias in Parental Attitude: An Experimental Approach

How Has the Lower Boundary of Human Mortality Evolved, and Has It Already Stopped Decreasing?

Maybe Next Month? Temperature Shocks and Dynamic Adjustments in Birth Rates

Demographic Research

Factors explaining the North–South differentials in contraceptive use in Nigeria: A nonlinear decomposition analysis (by Stella Babalola, Olamide Oyenubi)

First and second births among immigrants and their descendants in Switzerland (by Eder Andres Guarin Rojas, Laura Bernardi, Flurina Schmid)

Preface to the Special Collection on Interdisciplinary Research on Healthy Aging (by Yi Zeng)

Interdisciplinary Research on Healthy Aging: Introduction (by Frans Willekens, James R. Carey, Qiang Li)

Evolution of fixed demographic heterogeneity from a game of stable coexistence (by Stefano Giaimo, Xiang-Yi Li, Arne Traulsen, Annette Baudisch)

Population and Development Review

Trends in Inter‐Birth Intervals in Developing Countries 1965–2014

Divorce and Separation in India

The Impact of Migration on Long‐Term European Population Trends, 1850 to Present

Age at First Birth and Later Life Health in Western and Eastern Europe

Trajectories of Ethnoracial Diversity in American Communities, 1980–2010

Population Studies

Bayesian demography 250 years after Bayes

Bayesian population reconstruction of female populations for less developed and more developed countries

The perplexing links between contraceptive sterilization and (dis)advantage in ten low-fertility countries

The contribution of a history of heavy smoking to Scotland's mortality disadvantage

A test of the stranger-interviewer norm in the Dominican Republic

European Journal of Population

Stephanie E. L. Bengtsson, Bilal Barakat and Raya Muttarak: The Role of Education in Enabling the Sustainable Development Agenda

Migration Versus Immobility, and Ties to Parents

Does Migrant Background Matter for Adolescents’ Fertility Preferences? The Latin American 1.5 Generation in Spain

Partnership Choice and Childbearing in Norway and Spain

Jani Erola and Elina Kilpi-Jakonen (eds.): Social Inequality Across the Generations: The Role of Compensation and Multiplication in Resource Accumulation

Population, Space, and Place

Remain or return home: The migration intentions of first‐generation migrants in Italy

Unpacking distinction within mobility: Social prestige and international students

Issue Information

Uncertainty in situations of forced displacement: A critical interpretative synthesis of refugee literature

Neighbourhood attainment of children of immigrants in Greater Oslo: Intergenerational inertia and the role of education

Population and Environment

Urban and peri-urban agriculture and its implication on food and nutrition insecurity in northern Ghana: a socio-spatial analysis along the urban–rural continuum

The uneven geography of research on “environmental migration”

Correction to: Emplaced social vulnerability to technological disasters: Southeast Louisiana and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill

Thresholds in climate migration

Special issue dedicated to the memory of Professor Graeme Hugo

Mathematical Population Studies

Insights into two-sex population models 2

Positivity of solutions in a perturbed age-structured model

Discontinuous-continuous Galerkin methods for population diffusion with finite life span

Reduced fertility and asymptotics of the logistic model

The logistic, age-structured, two-sex population model applied to U.S. demography