Stockholm University Node

TITA is a large research consortium funded by Finland’s Strategic Research Council. Stockholm University is one of the TITA partners and is represented by sociologists, demographers, and economists from the Department of Sociology, its Demography Unit, and the Swedish Institute for Social Research.

The researchers in the Stockholm University Node contribute to TITAs Work Package 1 on Financial Inequality, Work Package 2 on Inequality of Opportunities Over the Life Course, and Work Package 3 on Work Package 3 on Inequalities in Health and Well-Being.

The Stockholm University Node works in close collaboration with other projects at Stockholm University, including SPaDE, SUNDEM, and FamiliesAndSocieties.

You can find a list of all researchers working in the Stockholm University node here.

Find out more about the recent publications in the TITA Project

Erman, J. & Härkönen, J. (2017) Parental Separation and School Performance Among Children of Immigrant Mothers in Sweden. European Journal of Population, online first. doi:10.1007/s10680-017-9419-3

Härkönen, J., Bernardi, F. & Boertien, D. (2017) Family Dynamics and Child Outcomes: An Overview of Research and Open Questions. European Journal of Population, online first. doi:10.1007/s10680-017-9424-6

Härkönen, J. (2017, forthcoming) Single-mother poverty: How much to educational differences in single motherhood matter? In 

Nieuwenhuis, R. & Maldonado, L. (eds.) The Triple Bind of Single-Parent Families. Bristol: Policy Press. ​!/menu/standard/file/SRRD_2017_02.pdf

Comolli, C. L. (2017) The Fertility Response to the Great Resession in Europe and the United States: Structural Economic Conditions and Perceived Economic Uncertainty. Demographic Research 36: 1549-1600