Fertility and Well-Being
Fertility postponement could reduce child mortality: evidence from 228 demographic and health surveys covering 77 developing countries
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2017-005. (2017).
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114:1, 84-88 (2017).
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2016-008. (2016).
Reproductive history and post-reproductive mortality: a sibling comparison analysis using Swedish register data
Social Science and Medicine 155, 82-92 (2016).
Population and Development Review 42:1, 69-94 (2016).
Linear effects of maternal age and period trends cannot be distinguished - reply from Barclay and Myrskylä
Population and Development Review 42:4 (2016).
SSM-Population Health 2, 68-76 (2016).
Parental age and offspring mortality: negative effects of reproductive aging are outweighed by secular increases in longevity
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2016-011. (2016).
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (2016).
The reversing association between advanced maternal age and child cognitive development: evidence from three UK birth cohorts
International Journal of Epidemiology (2016).
American Journal of Epidemiology (2016).
European Journal of Population 32:3, 403-420 (2016).
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2015-009. (2015).
Is a positive relationship between fertility and economic development emerging at the sub-national regional level? Theoretical considerations and evidence from Europe
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2015-006. (2015).
Demographic Research 32:16, 487-532 (2015).
Secular changes in the association between advanced maternal age and the risk of low birth weight: a cross-cohort comparison in the UK
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2015-010. (2015).
Demography 52:4, 1147-1166 (2015).
Demographic Research 33:1, 1-30 (2015).
Birth order and physical fitness in early adulthood: evidence from Swedish military conscription data
Social Science and Medicine 123, 141-148 (2014).
The association between advanced maternal and paternal ages and increased adult mortality is explained by early parental loss
Social Science and Medicine 119, 215-223 (2014).
Demography 51:5, 1843-1866 (2014).
Demographic Research 31:5, 119-136 (2014).
Effect of family background on the educational gradient in lifetime fertility of Finnish women born 1940-50
Population Studies 68:3, 321-337 (2014).
Journal of the American Statistical Association 109:506, 500-513 (2014).
Association of birth order with cardiovascular disease risk factors in young adulthood: a study of one million Swedish men
PLoS One 8:5, e63361-e63361 (2013).
Family, money, and health: regional differences in the determinants of life satisfaction over the life course
Advances in Life Course Research 18:2, 115-126 (2013).
Probabilistic forecasting using stochastic diffusion models, with applications to cohort processes of marriage and fertility
Demography 50:1, 237-260 (2013).
Population and Development Review 39:1, 31-56 (2013).
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2013-010. (2013).
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 67:7, 571-577 (2013).
Is later better or worse? Association of advanced parental age with offspring cognitive ability among half a million young Swedish men
American Journal of Epidemiology 177:7, 649-655 (2013).
Social modifications of the multiple birth effect on IQ and body size: a population-based study of young adult males
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 27:4, 380-387 (2013).
Childlessness drives the sex difference in the association between income and reproductive success of modern Europeans
Evolution and Human Behavior 33:6, 628-638 (2012).
Demography 49:4, 1231-1257 (2012).
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2012-014. (2012).
Population and Development Review 37:1, 29-56 (2011).
High development and fertility: fertility at older reproductive ages and gender equality explain the positive link
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2011-017. (2011).
Nature 460:7256, 741-743 (2009).