Social and Formal Demography
Family Sociology
Migration and Migrant Populations
Comparative Cross-National: Europe and the United States
Public Policy
Quantitative Methods

Publications since 2015 (“Publications“)

Holland, J. A. & H. A. G. de Valk (2017) “Differences in Laboir Force Participation by Motherhood Status among Second Gemeration Turkish and Makority Women across Europe.” Population Studies. Online First. doi: 10.1080/00324728.2017.1319495

Holland, J. A. (2017) “The timing of marriage vis-à-vis co-residence and childbearing in Europe and the United States.” Demographic Research, 36(20): 609-26. doi: 10.4054/DemRes.2017.36.20

Sassler, S., Michelmore, K. & Holland,  J. A. (2016)  “The Progression of Sexual RelationshipsJournal of Marriage and Family, 78(3): 587-597. doi: 10.1111/jomf.12289

Holland, J. A. (2015) “The meaning of marriage vis-à-vis childbearing in the United States and Europe.” ESRC Centre for Population Change Working Paper no. 72. Southampton, UK: ESRC Centre for Population Change.

Holland, J. A. & Keizer, R. (2015) Family Attitudes and Fertility Timing in Sweden: Extending Moors’ work on latent attitude profilesEuropean Journal of Population, 31(3): 259-85. doi: 10.1007/s10680-014-9333-x.

Wiik, K. A. & Holland, J.A. (2015) Partner choice and timing of first marriage among children of immigrants in Norway and Sweden. Statistics Norway Discussion Papers, no. 810.

Selected manuscripts (“Works in Progress“)

Pathways into Family Life among Migrant and Majority Populations in Scandinavia” (with Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik, forthcoming in Acta Sociologica)

The link between the divorce revolution and the cohabitation boom”(with Brienna Perelli-Harris, Ann Berrington, Paulina Galezewska and Nora Sánchez Gassen, forthcoming in Population and Development Review)

How Does Cohabitation Fit into the Family Life Course? Ideals and norms in Europe” (with Helga de Valk)


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