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    The CPC Working Paper Series publishes independent research on Centre themes. We have published seven new Working Papers since Autumn 2015.

    CPC Working paper 70, authored by Alice Schoonbroodt explores parental child care during and outside of typical work hours

    CPC Working Paper 71, authored by Mark Lyons-Amos examines Multilevel models for crossnational comparisons: The association between individual and nationallevel demographic characteristics in fertility and partnerships

    CPC Working Paper 72, authored by Jennifer Holland investigates the meaning of marriage vis-á-vis childbearing in Europe and the United States

    CPC Working Paper 73, authored by Máire Ní Bhrolcháin and Éva Beaujouan discusses how real are reproductive goals? Uncertainty and the construction of fertility preferences

    CPC Working Paper 74, authored by Sylvia Szabo, Eduardo Brondizio, Scott Hetrick, Zoe Matthews, Fabrice G. Renaud, Robert J. Nicholls, Zita Sebesvari, Sandra da Costa, John A. Dearing, Efi Foufoula-Georgiou, Alejandro Tejedor and Zachary Tessler looks at population dynamics in the context of environmental vulnerability: Comparison of the Mekong, GangesBrahmaputra and Amazon delta regions

    CPC Working Paper 75, authored by Brienna Perelli-Harris and Marta Styrc contemplates re-evaluating the link between marriage and mental well-being: How do early life conditions attenuate differences between cohabitation and marriage?

    CPC Working Paper 76, authored by Vernon Gayle, Christopher J. Playford, Roxanne Connelly and Susan Murray studies between the NEET and the tidy - Exploring 'middle' outcomes in Scottish school qualifications

    Read the other papers in the series here.

    Posted 18/04/2016 17:51