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Gunnar Andersson:

Stockholm University SIMSAM Node for Demographic Research, SUNDEM (The Swedish Research Council). More information on SUNDEM's webpage.
Swedish families in the past and present: Family structure and kinship over 250 years (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte)).

Ageing well - individuals, families and households under changing demographic regimes in Sweden


Stina Bergman Blix:

Emotions in court (The Swedish Research Council). Read more on Stina Bergman Blix's profile page.

Karin Bergmark:

Nutidens addiktioner och livet online. (The Swedish Research Council).


Love Bohman:

Longitudinal dynamics in Swedish listed companies. (The Swedish Research Council)

Structural dynamics, female board representation, and external chock in Swedish publicly traded firms 1990-2012 (The Swedish Research Council)

 

Maria Brandén:

Apples falling far from the tree. Childhood social context and its importance for intergenerational social mobility (The Swedish Research Council)
 

Ann-Zofie Duvander:

Demographic effects of the Nordic family policy (Norwegian SS)

His and her earnings following parenthood and implications for social inequality: Cohort and cross-national comparisons (The Swedish Research Council)

Pioneers in family life and gender equality: Recent trends among young adults in Sweden (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))


Lina Eklund:

Anonymity and trust online: an interdisciplinary project (The Swedish Research Council)
Social Relationships in the Network Society (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte)). More information at Stockholm Internet Research Group.
 

Marie Evertsson:

Allocation of parental leave and work in the heterosexual and female same-sex couples. What is the importance of specialization, gender and employer behavior of wage growth? (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))


Veronika Fridlund:

Sexual risk-taking among young (Public Health Agency of Sweden).

Barbara Hobson:  

Do Welfare Regimes Matter? Migration and Care/domestic work in two institutional contexts, Sweden and Spain: A Multi-Tier Design (The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and the Social Sciences)
 

Juho Härkönen:

Tackling Inequalities in Time of Austerity (TITA)

 

Nina Katri Gustafsson:

FOIP: Explanations of alcohol and narcotic use and the link to violence among young people: the interplay between person and environment (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))

 

Tina Forsberg Kankkunen:

Hur överorganisatorisk styrning påverkar arbetsmiljön: En jämförelse mellan kvinnodominerad människovårdande och mansdominerad teknisk verksamhet (AFA Försäkring)

Hur professionella yrkesgrupper påverkar styrning: Betydelsen av organisatorisk kontext och könssammansättning för kvinnors och mäns genuskonstruktion och möjligheter att påverka (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))

 

Elisabet Lindberg:

The borderland between civil society and the private sphere (the Swedish Research Council)


Fredrik Movitz:

The Contract Organization: Individualization, Standardization and Conflicting Demands at Work (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))
 

Gerda Neyer:

Svensk kontextdatabas för den svenska Generations och Gender Survey och den internationella databasen för Generations and Gender Programme (The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and the Social Sciences)
 

Livia Oláh:

Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations Mer information om projektet finns här: FamiliesAndSocieties - Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations.
 

Jens Rydgren:

Radical Right-wing Populism in Western Europe: A Comparative Study (the Swedish Research Council)

Individual Life Chances in Social Context — A Longitudinal Multi-Methods Perspective on Social Constraints and Opportunities Xenophobia and Immigration-Negative Attitudes: A Multilevel and Relational Approach (Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))

Mikaela Sundberg:

Social Relations within a Total and Greedy Institution: Brotherhood among French Foreign Legionnaires (the Swedish Research Council).
 

Ryszard Szulkin:

Immigrants´ increasing problems in a Swedish labor market in transition (the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))


Elizabeth Thomson:

Stockholm University Linnaeus Center for Social Policy and Family Dynamics in Europe (The Swedish Research Council)
Generations and Gender Survey (The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and the Social Sciences and the Swedish Research Council)
European Population Conference (Swedish Research Council, Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte))