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Gendering fertility: Second births in Sweden and Hungary
LS Oláh
Population research and policy review 22 (2), 171-200, 2003
4062003
Sweden: Combining childbearing and gender equality
LS Oláh, EM Bernhardt
Demographic research 19, 1105-1144, 2008
1982008
The new roles of men and women and implications for families and societies
LS Oláh, IE Kotowska, R Richter
A demographic perspective on gender, family and health in Europe, 41-64, 2018
1912018
Men’s childbearing desires and views of the male role in Europe at the dawn of the 21st century
A Puur, LS Oláh, MI Tazi-Preve, J Dorbritz
Demographic research 19, 1883-1912, 2008
1622008
Birthstrikes? Agency and capabilities in the reconciliation of employment and family
B Hobson, LS Oláh
Marriage & family review 39 (3-4), 197-227, 2006
1172006
Reconciling studies of men’s gender attitudes and fertility: Response to Westoff and Higgins
F Goldscheider, LS Oláh, A Puur
Demographic Research 22, 189-198, 2010
1102010
Changing families in the European Union: Trends and policy implication
LS Oláh
United Nations Expert Group Meeting on “Family Policy Development …, 2015
852015
Gender equality perceptions, division of paid and unpaid work, and partnership dissolution in Sweden
LS Oláh, M Gähler
Social forces 93 (2), 571-594, 2014
762014
Gender and family stability: dissolution of the first parental union in Sweden and Hungary.
LS Oláh
Demographic research 4 (3), 29-96, 2001
752001
Gendering Family Dynamics: The Case of Sweden and Hungary
LS Oláh
Stockholm: Demography Unit, Stockholm University,, 2001
472001
Postindustrial fertility ideals, intentions, and gender inequality: A comparative qualitative analysis
MC Brinton, X Bueno, L Oláh, M Hellum
Population and Development Review 44 (2), 281-309, 2018
432018
Economic uncertainty and first-birth intentions in Europe
S Fahlén, LS Oláh
Demographic Research 39, 795-834, 2018
422018
Becoming a mother in Hungary and Poland during state socialism
LS Oláh, E Frątczak
Demographic Research 3, 213-244, 2004
402004
Do public policies influence fertility? Evidence from Sweden and Hungary from a gender perspective.
LS Oláh
Stockholm Research Reports in Demography (SRRD-130), 1999
351999
Coresidential paternal roles in industrialized countries: Sweden, Hungary, and the United States
LS Oláh, EM Bernhardt, FK Goldscheider
Making men into fathers: Men, masculinities and the social politics of …, 2002
342002
Policy changes and family stability: the Swedish case
LS Oláh
International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 15 (1), 118-134, 2001
322001
The impact of public policies on the second-birth rates in Sweden: A gender perspective
LS Oláh
Stockholms Universitet, Demografiska avdelningen, 1996
311996
Should governments in Europe be more aggressive in pushing for gender equality to raise fertility? The second “YES”
LS Oláh
Demographic Research 24, 217-224, 2011
302011
Childbearing, women's employment and work-life balance policies in contemporary Europe
LS Oláh, E Fratczak
Springer, 2013
262013
Vulnerability of families with children: Major risks, future challenges and policy recommendations
M Mynarska, B Riederer, I Jaschinski, D Krivanek, G Neyer, L Oláh
Families and Societies Project, Working Paper 49, 2015
252015
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