Working Papers

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Di Nallo, Alessandro (2016). Parental Education and Time Allocation of Childcare. Evidence from the Spanish Time-Use Sruvey DemoSoc Working Paper 58

Lersch, Philipp; Vidal, Sergi (2015). My House or our Home? Entry into Sole Homeownership in British Couples DemoSoc Working Paper 57.

Baizán, Pau (2015) The policy context of fertility in Spain: Toward a gender-egalitarian model?  Demosoc Working Paper 56.

Baizán, Pau; Arpino, Bruno & Delclós, Carlos Eric (2014). The efffect of gender policies on fertility: The moderating role of education and normative context. DemoSoc Working Paper 55.

Rodríguez, Jorge (2014). A Functional Taxonomy of the Occupational Structure. DemoSoc Working Paper 54.

Garriga, Anna; Sarasa, Sebastià & Paolo, Berta (2014).  Mother's educational level and family structure: Comparing Spain and Italy. DemoSoc Working Paper 53.

Baizán, Pau & González, Amparo (2014). What drives Senegalese migration to Europe? The role of economic restructuring, labor demand and the multiplier effect of networks. DemoSoc Working Paper 52.

Arpino, Bruno; Esping-Andersen, Gosta & Pessin, Léa (2013). Changes in Gender Role Attitudes and Fertility: A Macro-Level Analysis. DemoSoc Working Paper 51.

Rodríguez, Jorge & Donato, Luisa (2013). Social capital and cognitive attainment. Demosoc Working Paper 50.

Ortíz, Luis & Rodríguez, Jorge (2012). What Lies Behind the Devaluation of Educational Credentials?. DemoSoc Working Paper 49

Abril, P.; Amigot, P.; Botía, C.; Domínguez, M.; González, M.J.; Jurado, T.; Lapuerta, I.; Martín, T.; Monferrer, J. & Seiz, M. (2012).Decisiones de empleo y cuidado en parejas de dos ingresos en España. Demosoc Working Paper 48

Guinea Martin, Daniel & Solera, Cristina (2012). Do Women in Female-Dominated Occupations Exit The Labour Market More? Evidence From Italy, Spain, Denmark and The Uk. DemoSoc Working Paper 47.

Gracia, Pablo (2012). " Paternal Involvement and Children's Developmental Stages in Spain".  DemoSoc Working Paper 46.
Published in European Sociological Review (2014) 30 (2): 137-150 [available online:]

Esping-Andersen, Gosta & Wagner, Sander (2012). " Asymmetries in the Opportunity Structure. Intergenerational Mobility Trends in Europe". DemoSoc Working Paper 45.

Baizán, Pau; Beauchemin, Cris & González, Amparo (2012). "A Reassessment of Family Reunification in Europe. The Case of Senegalese Couples". DemoSoc Working Paper 44.

Alós, Ramon; Esteban, Fernando; Jódar, Pere & Miguélez, Fausto (2011). "Effects of Prision work Programmes on the Employability of Ex-prisioners". DemoSoc Working Paper 43.

Cebolla, Héctor & Ortíz, Luis (2011). "Political Mobilisation and Models of Trade Unionism: Southern Europe in Comparative Perspective". DemoSoc Working Paper 42.

Gracia, Pablo; Ghysels, Joris & Vercammen, Kim (2011). "Parental Care Time in Four European Countries: Comparing Types and Contexts". DemoSoc Working Paper 41.

Sarasa, Sebastià (2011). "Deferred effects of nursery school on adolescents' school perfomance in Spain". DemoSoc Working Paper 40.

Baizán, Pau; Domínguez, Marta & González, M. José (2010). "Explaining Parental Dedication to Child Care in Spain". DemoSoc Working Paper 39.

Jódar, Pere; Alós, Ramon & Vidal, Sergi (2010). "Why Do Workers Leave Unions? - Group Differences in a Spanish Union Federation". DemoSoc Working Paper 38.

Lapuerta, Irene (2010). "Claves para el trabajo con la Muestra Continua de Vidas Laborales". DemoSoc Working Paper 37.

Brian, Nolan; Esping-Andersen, Gosta; Maitre, Bertrand; Whelan, Christopher T. & Sander Wagner (2010). "The Role of Social Institutions in Inter-Generational Mobility". DemoSoc Working Paper 36.

Kucel, Aleksander (2010). "The sociology of educational mismatch". DemoSoc Working Paper 35.

Kucel Aleksander & Vilalta-Bufí, Montserrat (2010). "Is there a wage penalty for Horizontal and Vertical Mismatch?". DemoSoc Working Paper 34.

Barone, C. & Ortíz, Luis (2009) "Overeducation among European University Graduates: A Comparative Analysis of its Incidence and the Importance of Higher Education Differentation". DemoSoc Working Paper, 33.

Oesch, D. & Rodríguez, Jorge (2009) Upgrading or polarization? Occupational change in Britain, Germany, Spain and Switzerland, 1990-2008. DemoSoc Working Paper, 32.

Baizán, Pau (2009) "Regional child care availability and fertility decisions in Spain", DemoSoc Working Paper, 31. Published in Demographic Research 21(27): 803-842. [Available online].

González, M. José; Jurado-Guerrero, T. & Naldini, M. (2009) "What Made Him Change? An Individual and National Analysis of Men's Participation in Housework in 26 Countries", DemoSoc Working Paper, 30.

Bonke, Jens & Esping-Andersen, Gosta (2008) "Productivities, Preferences, and Parental Child Care ", DemoSoc Working Paper, 29.

Jódar, Pere; Ramon, Alòs & Vidal, Sergi (2008) "Union activism in an inclusive model of industrial relations: Evidence from a Spanish case", DemoSoc Working Paper, 28.

Sarasa, Sebastià & Billingsley, Sunnee (2008) "Personal and household care giving from adult children to parents and social stratification", DemoSoc Working Paper, 27.

Lapuerta, Irene; Baizán, Pau & González, M. José (2008) "Who benefits from parental leave in Spain? A Life Course Analysis", DemoSoc Working Paper, 26.

González, Libertad & Özcan, Berkay (2008) "The Risk of Divorce and Household Saving Behavior", DemoSoc Working Paper, 25.

Kohli, Martin & Albertini, Marco (2007) "The Generational Contract in the Family Explaining Regime Differences in Financial Transfers from Parents to Children in Europe", DemoSoc Working Paper, 24.

Ortíz Gervasi, Luis (2007) "Not the Right Job, but a Secure One: Over-education and Temporary Employment In France, Italy and Spain", DemoSoc Working Paper, 23.

G. Polavieja, Javier (2007) "Occupational Sex-Composition and Earnings: Individual and Societal Effects", DemoSoc Working Paper, 22.

Brodmann, Stefanie; G. Polavieja, Javier (2007) "Immigrants in Denmark: An Analysis of Access to Employment, Class Attainment and Earnings in a High-Skilled Economy", DemoSoc Working Paper, 21.

Bonke, Jens; Esping-Andersen, Gosta (2007) "Parental Investments in Children: How Bargaining and Educational Homogamy Affect Time Allocation", DemoSoc Working Paper, 20.

Bettio, Francesca; Solera, Cristina (2007) "Women's Work Histories in Italy: Education as Investment in Reconciliation and Legitimacy?", DemoSoc Working Paper, 19.

G. Polavieja, Javier (2006) "The Effect of Occupational Sex-Composition on Earnings: Job-Specialisation, Sex-role Attitudes and the Division of Domestic-Labour in Spain", DemoSoc Working Paper, 18.

Esping-Andersen, Gosta (2006) "Government and the Distribution of Skills", DemoSoc Working Paper, 17

Cebolla Boado, Héctor (2006) "The Concentration of Foreigners in French Schools: Interaction Effects in Place?", DemoSoc Working Paper, 16.

Sarasa, Sebastià (2006) "Do welfare benefits affect women's choices of adult care giving?", DemoSoc Working Paper, 15.

Ortíz Gervasi, Luis (2006) "Finding a suitable job: The effect of the institutional context on self-perceived over-education", DemoSoc Working Paper, 14.

González, M. José (2006) "Unstable equilibrium: young adult women in family and career formation in Southern Europe", DemoSoc Working Paper, 13.

Baizán, Pau & Martín-García, Teresa (2006) "Joint determinants of educational enrolment and first birth timing in France and West Germany", DemoSoc Working Paper, 12.

Baizán, Pau (2005) "The impact of labour market status on second and higher-order births. A comparative study of Denmark, Italy, Spain and United Kingdom", DemoSoc Working Paper, 11.

Esping-Andersen, Gosta (2005) "Children in the Welfare State. A Social Investment Approach", DemoSoc Working Paper, 10.

Baizán, Pau & Camps, Enriqueta (2005) "The impact of women's educational and economic resources on fertility: Spanish birth cohorts 1901-1950", DemoSoc Working Paper, 9.

G. Polavieja, Javier (2005) "Temporary Employment in Advanced Economies: Drawing Lessons from Spain", DemoSoc Working Paper, 8.

Sarasa, Sebastià & Mestres, Josep (2005) "Women's Employment and the Adult Caring Burden", DemoSoc Working Paper, 7.

Baizán, Pau (2005) "El efecto del empleo, el paro y los contratos temporales en la baja fecundidad española de los años 1990", DemoSoc Working Paper, 6.

Brodmann, Stefanie; Esping-Andersen, Gosta & Güell, Maia (2005) "When Mothers Work and Fathers Care. Joint Household Fertility Decisions in Denmark and Spain", DemoSoc Working Paper, 5.

Esping-Andersen, Gosta (2005) "Social Bases of Changing Income Distributions", DemoSoc Working Paper, 4.

Esping-Andersen, Gosta & Myles, John (2005) "Sustainable and Equitable Retirement in a Life Course Perspective", DemoSoc Working Paper, 3.

González, M. José & Vidal, Sergi (2005) "Where do I leave my baby? Use and development of early childcare in Spain", DemoSoc Working Paper, 2.

Ortíz Gervasi, Luis (2005) "Leaving the Labour Market: Event-History Analysis of the Female Workers' Transition to Housework in Denmark, Germany, Great Britain and Spain", DemoSoc Working Paper, 1.