Publications 2017

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Hu, Y.; van Lenthe, F. J.; Hoffmann, R.; van Hedel, K.; Mackenbach, J. P.;
Assessing the impact of natural policy experiments on socioeconomic inequalities in health: how to apply commonly used quantitative analytical methods?. BMC Medical Research Methodology 17 (68), 1-17 (2017-04)
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Jdanov, D. A.; Shkolnikov, V. M.; van Raalte, A. A.; Andreev, E. M.;
Decomposing current mortality differences into initial differences and differences in trends: the contour decomposition method. Demography 54 (4), 1579-1602 (2017-08)
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Kashyap, R.; Villavicencio, F.;
An agent-based model of sex ratio at birth distortions. Agent-based modelling in population studies: concepts, methods, and applications, 343-367 (2017)
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Kilpi, F.; Silventoinen, K.; Konttinen, H.; Martikainen, P.;
Early-life and adult socioeconomic determinants of myocardial infarction incidence and fatality. Social Science and Medicine 177, 100-109 (2017-03)
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Klabunde, A.; Zinn, S.; Willekens, F. J.; Leuchter, M.;
Multistate modelling extended by behavioural rules: an application to migration. Population Studies 71 (Suppl. 1), 51-67 (2017)
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Kluge, F. A.;
Wieviel Geld zahlt jung an alt und umgekehrt?. Grünbuch Alternde Gesellschaft: wie das "neue Altern" unser Leben verändern wird, 27-30 (2017)
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Kluge, F. A.; Vogt, T. C.;
Linking income, transfers, and social support in an agent-based family exchange model. Agent-based modelling in population studies: concepts, methods, and applications, 439-459 (2017)
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Klüsener, S.;
Wer geht noch vor den Traualtar?. Demografische Forschung aus erster Hand 14 (3), 1-2 (2017-10)
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Klüsener, S.;
Kinder kommen ... immer später. Deutschland aktuell 2, 8-15 (2017)
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Kolk, M.; Barclay, K. J.;
Cognitive ability and fertility amongst Swedish men. Evidence from 18 cohorts of military conscription. MPIDR Working Paper, (2017-12)
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Konietzka, D.; Kreyenfeld, M. R.;
Von der alternativen zur prekären Familienform? Der Wandel des Zusammenhangs von Bildung und nichtehelichen Familienformen in Deutschland. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie 43 (3), 611-637 (2017)
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Childlessness in Europe: contexts, causes, and consequences. Springer, Dordrecht. (2017)
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Kreyenfeld, M. R.; Konietzka, D.;
Childlessness in East and West Germany: long-term trends and social disparities. Childlessness in Europe: contexts, causes, and consequences, 97-114 (2017)
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Kreyenfeld, M. R.; Konietzka, D.;
Analyzing childlessness. Childlessness in Europe: contexts, causes, and consequences, 3-15 (2017)
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Kreyenfeld, M. R.; Konietzka, D.;
A child or a job? West- and East-German women's dilemma. Travail, Genre et Sociétés 37 (1), 53-69 (2017)
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Kreyenfeld, M. R.; Krapf, S.;
Familiengründung und Migration: Aussiedlerinnen und türkischstämmige Migrantinnen im Vergleich. Die transformative Macht der Demografie, 109-126 (2017)
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Kühn, M.; Dudel, C.; Vogt, T. C.; Oksuzyan, A.;
Trends in gender differences in health and mortality at working ages among West and East Germans. MPIDR Working Paper, (2017-04)
58.
Kuhnt, A.-K.; Kreyenfeld, M. R.; Trappe, H.;
Fertility ideals of women and men across the life course. Childlessness in Europe: contexts, causes, and consequences, 235-251 (2017)
59.
Lenart, A.; Vaupel, J. W.;
Questionable evidence for a limit to human lifespan. Nature 546 (7660), E13-E14 (2017-06)
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Lerch, M.;
Urban and rural fertility transitions in the developing world: a cohort perspective. MPIDR Working Paper, (2017-05)
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