Peer-reviewed articles and chapters in books

Bihagen, E. & Härkönen, J. (2016) The direct and indirect effects of social background on occupational positions in Sweden: New evidence on old questions. In Ballarino, Gabriele, and Fabrizio Bernardi (eds.) Education, Occupation, and Social Origin: A Comparative Analysis of the Transmission of Socio-Economic Inequalities. Edward Elgar.
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
Comolli, Chiara. 2018. Finnish fertility: Pro- or counter-cyclical? Research on Finnish Society 11: 58-64.

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.  
Juárez, S. & Hjern, A. (2016) The weight of inequalities: Duration of residence and offspring's birthweight among migrant mothers in Sweden. Social Science and Medicine 175:81-90
Mussino, E. & Duvander, A. (2016) Use it or save it? Migration background and parental leave uptake in Sweden. European Journal of Population. European Journal of Population 32(2): 189-210
Mussino, E., Duvander, A & Li Ma (2018), Does Time Count? Immigrant Fathers’ Use of Parental Leave for a First Child in Sweden. Population-E, 73 (2), 2018, 363-382 DOI: 10.3917/pope.1802.0363 
Uggla Caroline & Billingsley Sunnee. 2018. Unemployment, intragenerational social mobility and mortality in Finland: heterogeneity by age and economic context. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health;72:1003-1008.
Östergren, O., Martikainen, P., Tarkiainen, L., Elstad, J. I., & Brønnum-Hansen, H. (2019). Contribution of smoking and alcohol consumption to income differences in life expectancy: evidence using Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish register data. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, jech-2018-211640. doi:10.1136/jech-2018-211640

Working papers

Document de travail 251. Obucina, Ognjen, Ilari Ilmakunnas, 2019, Immigrant Child Poverty in an Emerging Country of Destination: the Evidence from Finland, Paris, INED.

LIS Working Paper series - No. 714 Härkönen, Juho. Single-mother poverty: how much do educational differences in single motherhood matter? Forthcoming as: Chapter 1, "Single-mother poverty: how much do educational differences in single motherhood matter?" in The Triple Bind of Single-Parent Families: Resources, employment and policies to improve well-being, edited by Rense Nieuwenhuis and Laurie Maldonado. Bristol: Policy Press.

LIS Working Paper series - No. 713 Härkönen, Juho. Diverging destinies in international perspective: Education, single motherhood, and child poverty.

SRRD 2017:17 Mussino, Eleonora, Jussi Tervola and Ann-Zofie Duvander, Decomposing the Determinants of Fathers’ Parental Leave Use: Evidence from migration between Finland and Sweden

SRRD 2016:11 (1058 Kb) Härkönen, Juho, Eevi Lappalainen and Marika Jalovaara, Double Disadvantage in a Nordic Welfare State: A Demographic Analysis of the Single Mother Employment Gap in Finland, 1987–2011

SRRD_2016:14 (967 Kb) Tervola, Jussi, Ann-Zofie Duvander and Eleonora Mussino, Promoting parental leave for immigrant fathers – what role does policy play?

SRRD_2016:19 (484 Kb) Mussino, Eleonora, Ann-Zofie Duvander, Li Ma, Does time count? Immigrant fathers’ use of parental leave in Sweden

SRRD 2019:01 Comolli, Chiara, Couples’ transition to parenthood in Finland: A tale of two recessions.

SRRD 2019:10 Ben Wilson, Sven Drefahl, Isaac Sasson, Paul Henery and Caroline Uggla: Regional trajectories in life expectancy and life-span variation. Persistent inequality in two Nordic welfare states

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