Forthcoming

 
  1. Flaquer, L., Cano, T. & Barbeta, M. (Eds.) (forthcoming). "La Paternidad en España. La Implicación Paterna en el Cuidado de los Hijos". Madrid: Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.
     
  2. Jiménez-García, J.R. (forthcoming). "¿Y después de la universidad qué? Análisis de las transiciones del sistema educativo al empleo en España". Revista Internacional de Sociología.
     
  3. Gumà, J. & Fernández-Carro, C. (forthcoming). "Life goes on: the influence of the perceived quality of social relations on older women's mental health after the loss of a partner in Europe". Aging & Mental Health.          
     

  4. Rodríguez-Menés, J. & López-Riba, J. M. (forthcoming). "Economic crisis and incarceration rates across Europe". European Journal of Criminology.
     

  5. Rodríguez-Menés, J. & Rovira, M. (forthcoming). "Assessing discrimination in correspondence studies". Sociological Methods and Research.
     

  6. Cano, T., Perales, F. & Baxter, J. (forthcoming). "A matter of time: Father involvement and children cognitive outcomes". Journal of Marriage and Family
     

  7. Arpino B. & Valk, H.A.G. de (forthcoming). "Comparing life satisfaction of immigrants and natives across Europe: The role of social contacts". Social Indicators Research; on-line first 20 April 2017.
     

  8. Obydenkova, A. & Arpino, B. (forthcoming). "Corruption and Trust in the European Union and National Institutions: Changes over the Great Recession across European States". Journal of Common Market Studies; on-line first 6 October 2017.
     

  9. Rodríguez Menés, J.,Larrauri, E. & Güerri, C. (forthcoming) "Calidad de vida en la prisión en España". Revista Internacional de Sociología.
     

  10. Cano, T. (forthcoming). "Los cuidados en práctica. Clase social y estrategias familiares en el cuidado a mayores con dependencias severas". Revista Internacional de Sociología. 
     

  11. Bellani, D. & Esping-Andersen, G. (forthcoming). "Gendered time allocation and divorce. A longitudinal analysis of German and American Couples". Family Relations.
     
 2020                                                                                                                       

 

  1. Tomaskovic-Devey, D., Rainey, A., Avent-Holt, D., Bandelj, N., Boza, I., Cort, D., Godechot, O., Hajdu, G., Hällsten, M:, Folke L., Henriksen, Hermansen, A.-S., Hou, f., Jung, J., Kanjuo-Mrčela, A., Kodama, N., Krizkova, A., Lippényi, Z., Melzer, S.M., Mun, E., Penner, A., Poje, A., Safi, M., and Tufail, Z. (2020). “Rising between workplace inequalities in high income countries” PNAS, 117(17) 9277-9283.
     
  2. Solé-Auró, A., Martín, U., and Domínguez, A. (2020). “Educational inequalities in healthy life expectancy among older people in Spain” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (Q2), 17(10), 3558 https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17103558.
     
  3. Alcañiz, M., Riera-Prunera, C., and Solé-Auró, A. (2020). “When I retire, I’ll move out of the city”: mental well-being of the elderly in rural vs. urban settings”, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (Q2), 17(7), 2442. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17072442

 

 

  2019

 

  1. Cano, T. (2019). "Changes in fathers' and mothers' time with children: Spain (2002-2010)". European Sociological Review, 35(5): 616-636. 
     
  2. Cano, T., Perales, F. & Baxter, J. (2019). "A matter of time: Father involvement and children cognitive outcomes". Journal of Marriage and Family, 81(1): 164-184. 
     
  3. Esping-Andersen, G. & Schmitt, C. (2019). "Multidimensional bargaining and housework allocation". Acta Sociologica.

     
  4. Damme, M. van. (2019). "The negative female educational gradient of divorce: Towards an explanation in six European countries". In Mortelmans, D. (Ed.). Divorce in Europe.
     
  5. Solé-Auró, A. & Cortina, C. (2019). “Exploring the role of family ties on life satisfaction in later life in Europe”, Journal of Family Research, 31(2).
     
  6. Bellani, D and Esping-Andersen, G 2019 ‘Gendered time allocation and divorce. A longitudinal analysis of West-German and US couples’. Family Relations
     
  7. Jiménez-García J.R. & Jiménez-Vicioso J.R. (2019) "Migraciones, estereotipos y rumores: Combatiendo la Hidra-xenofóbica en Andalucía" Trabajo Social, 21 (2): 53-79. doi: https://doi. org/10.15446/ts.v21n2.74641 
     
  8. Arpino, B and Gómez-León, M. (2019). “Consequences on depression of combining grandparental childcare with other caregiving roles” Ageing & Mental Health, article first published online March 14, 2019, DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2019.1584788
     
  9. Fernández-Lozano,Irina; M. José González, Teresa Jurado-Guerrero & Juan Ignacio Martínez-Pastor (2019). "The Hidden Cost of Flexibility: A Factorial Survey Experiment on Job Promotion". European Sociological Review. Online first.
     
  10. Gumà, J., Solé-Auró, A., & Arpino, B. (2019). "Examining social determinants of health: the role of education, household arrangements and country groups by gender". BMC public health, 19(1), 699.
     
  11. Gumà, J., & Spijker, J. (2019). "Are partner's features important to understand health at older ages? The Spanish case". Gaceta sanitaria.  
     
  12. Gumà, J., Arpino, B., & Solé-Auró, A. (2019). "Determinantes sociales de la salud de niveles micro y mezzo. El caso de la educación y el hogar en la población española". Gaceta Sanitaria, 33(2), 127-133
     
  13. González, M. J.; Cortina, C. & Rodríguez-Menés, J. (2019). The Role of Gender Stereotypes in Hiring: A Field Experiment.  European Sociological Review, 35(2):187–204.
     

  14. Cimentada, J. & Klüsener, S & Riffe, T. (2019). "Exploring the Demographic History of Populations with Enhanced Lexis Surfaces" . Demographic Research.
     

  15. Laplante, B., Castro-Martín, T., Cortina, C. & Fostik, A ., (2019) “Unmarried cohabitation and its fertility in Ireland: towards post-Catholic family dynamics?” Irish Journal of Sociology, Article first published online July 31, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1177/0791603519865410 
     

  16. Esping-Andersen, G & Schmitt, C. (2019). ‘Multidimensional couple bargaining and housework allocation’. Acta Sociologica.
     

  17. Bellani, D. & Esping-Andersen, G. (2019). ‘Gendered time allocation and couple bargaining’.  Journal of Family Relations.
     

  18. Carrasco, I. & Suárez, J. (2019). "Inmigración e inclusión laboral y protección social según el origen y el tiempo de residencia de los migrantes en países seleccionados de América Latina" Notas de Población, 108(1): 99-131. 
     
  19. Arpino, B. & Solé-Auró, A. (2019). “Education inequalities in health among older European men and women: the role of active aging” Journal of Aging & Health, 31(1): 185-208.
     
  20.  Gumà, J., Solé-Auró, A. &  Arpino, B. (2019). “Examining social determinants of health: the role of education, household arrangements and country groups by gender” BMC Public Health, 19:699 https://rdcu.be/bFLGT.
     
  21. Solé-Auró, A. & Lozano, M. (2019). Inequalities in Longevity by Education Level in Spain: A Life Satisfaction”, Social Indicators Research,144(2), 729-744. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-018-02057-w .
     
  22. Damme, M. van. (2019) Overcrowded housing and divorce in Luxembourg. European Journal of Population. Online first, 1-21. DOI:10.1007/s10680-019-09523-2.
     

  23. Avent-Holt, D., Hagglund, A., Henriksen, L.H., Jung, J., Kadoma, N., Melzer, S.M., Mun, E., Rainey, A., and Tomaskovic-Devey, D. (2019). “Occupations, Workplaces or Jobs?: An Exploration of Stratification Contexts Using Administrative Data”. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, online first.
     

  24. Melzer, S.M. and Hinz, T. (2019). “The role of education and educational-occupational mismatch in decisions regarding commuting and interregional migration from eastern to western Germany”. Demographic Research, 41(2019): 461-476.
     

  25. Melzer, S.M. (2019). “Immigrants’ access to employer-provided professional training within firms: An analysis for the United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands”. In: van der Lippe, T., Lippényi, Z. (Eds.): A Sustainable Workforce in Europe P: 130-142. London: Routledge.

 

  2018

 

  1. Cano, T. (2018). "Los cuidados en práctica. Clase social y estrategias familiares en el cuidado a mayores con dependencias severas". Revista Internacional de Sociología, 76(3). 

     

  2. Spijker, J. and Gumà, J. (2018). "El efecto de la crisis económica sobre la salud en España según el nivel educativo y la relación con la actividad: ¿importa también la duración de la crisis?". Salud Colectiva, 14, 655-670.
     

  3. Di Nallo, A. (2018). "Gender Gap in Repartnering: The Role of Parental Status and Custodial Arrangements" (https://doi.org/10.1111/jomf.12527).
     

  4. González, M. José, Irene Lapuerta, Teresa Martín-García & Marta Seiz (2018) “Satisfaction With Work-Life Balance: Couples with Egalitarian Practices in their Transition to First-Time Parenthood in Spain”, L’Année sociologique, 2: 341-366.
     

  5. Spijker, J., & Gumà, J. (2018). "¿Positiva o negativa para la salud poblacional?: Respuestas al debate sobre las dos caras de cómo una crisis económica afecta la salud a partir del caso español". Salud colectiva, 14, 689-693.
     

  6. Cordero, J. & Esping-Andersen, G. (2018). "Parental time dedication and children’s education". Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. Volume: 55   Pages: 1-12.
     

  7. Rutigliano, R. & Esping-Andersen G. (2018). "Partnership Choice and Childbearing in Norway and Spain". European Journal of Population.Volume:  34.  Issue:  3.  Pages:  367-386.  
     

  8. Cordero, J. &  Esping-Andersen, G. (2018). "The intergenerational transmission of gender roles. Children’s contribution to housework in Germany". Journal of Marriage and Family. Volume: 80   Issue: 4   Pages: 1005-1019.
     

  9. Esping-Andersen, G. & Cimentada, J. (2018). "Abilities and mobility. The relative influence of skills and social origin on life course destinies".Social Science Research. Volume: 75   Pages: 13-31.
     

  10. Rodríguez-Menés, J., Larrauri, E. & Güerri, C. (2018). "Percepción de la calidad de vida en prisión. La importancia de una buena organización y un trato digno". Revista Internacional de Sociología, vol. 76 (2), e098. Doi.org/10.3989/ris.2018.76.2.16.159.
     

  11. González-Ferrer, A.; Obucina, O.; Cortina, C. & Castro-Martín, T. (2018). Mixed marriages among immigrants and natives in Spain: The gendered effect of market marriage constraints. Demographic Research, 39(1):1-32. 
     

  12. Laplante, B., Castro-Martín, T., Cortina, C., Fostik, A. (2018). Change and Continuity in the Fertility of Unpartnered Women in Latin America, 1980-2010. Demographic Research, 38(51): 1577–1604 
     

  13. Castro-Martín, T.; Cortina, C. (2018). Madres sin pareja: un modelo familiar emergente. Tiempo de paz, 130: 11-22.
     

  14. Ortiz, L. & McGuinness, S. (2018). Overeducation Among European University Graduates: A Constraint or a Choice?'. In Miguel A. Malo & Almudena Moreno Minguez (eds.) European Youth Labour Markets. Cham (Switzerland): Springer, Chapter 11, pp. 157-174.
     

  15. Vlachantoni, A., Evandrou, M., Falkingham, J. & Gómez-León, M. (forthcoming). Caught in the middle in mid-life: provision of care across multiple generations, Ageing & Society
     

  16. Gumà J., Arpino B. and Solé-Auró (2018) Determinantes sociales de la salud de distintos niveles por género: Educación y hogar en España / Social determinants of health at distinct levels by gender: Education and household in Spain. Forthcoming in Gaceta Sanitaria.
     

  17. Arpino B., Bordone V. and Balbo N. (2018) Grandparenting, education and subjective wellbeing of older Europeans, European Journal of Ageing, 15(3), 251–263.
     
  18. Arpino B., Bordone V. and Scherbov S. (2018) Smoking, education and the ability to predict own survival probabilities, Advances in Life Course Research; 37, 23-30.
     
  19. Arpino B., Gumà, J. and Julià A. (2018) Early-life conditions and health at older ages: the mediating role of educational attainment, family and employment trajectories. Plos One13 (4): e0195320.
     
  20. Arpino B., Gumà, J. and Julià A. (2018) The demography of grandparenthood: the role of life histories. Demographic Research, 39(42), 1105–1150.
     
  21. Arpino B. and Valk, H.A.G. de (2018) Comparing life satisfaction of immigrants and natives across Europe: The role of social contacts. Social Indicators Research; 137(3),1163–1184.
     
  22. Obydenkova A. and Arpino B. (2018) Corruption and Trust in the European Union and National Institutions: Changes over the Great Recession across European States. Journal of Common Market Studies, 56(3), 594-611. 
     
  23. Arpino, B., Gumà, J. & Julià, A. (2018). Early-life conditions and health at older ages: The mediating role of educational attainment, family and employment trajectories. PloS one, 13(4), e0195320.
     
  24. Arpino, B., Gumà, J. & Julià, A. (2018). Family histories and the demography of grandparenthood. Demographic Research, 39: 1105-1150.
     
  25. Spijker, J. & Gumà, J. (2018). El efecto de la crisis económica sobre la salud en España según el nivel educativo y la relación con la actividad: ¿importa también la duración de la crisis?. Salud Colectiva, 14 (4): 655-670.
     
  26. Spijker, J. & Gumà, J. (2018). ¿Positiva o negativa para la salud poblacional?: Respuestas al debate sobre las dos caras de cómo una crisis económica afecta la salud a partir del caso español. Salud Colectiva, 14 (4): 689-693. 
     
  27. Gumà, J. & Blanes, A. (2018). Diferencias entre mujeres y hombres en la asociación entre la salud autopercibida y la mortalidad en las edades adultas en Europa. Empiria. Revista de metodología de ciencias sociales, (39): 129-148. 
     
  28. Alcañiz, M. & Solé-Auró, A. (2018). “Feeling good in old age: factors explaining health-related quality of life” Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 16(1):48.
     
  29. Solé-Auró, A., Jasilionis, D., Li, P., & Oksuzyan, A. (2018) “Do women in Europe live longer and happier lives than men?” European Journal of Public Health, 28(5): 847-852. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/cky070.
     
  30. Bartumeus, F., Oltra, A., & Palmer, J. R. (2018). Citizen Science: A Gateway for Innovation in Disease-Carrying Mosquito Management? Trends in Parasitology, 34(9): 727-729.
     
  31. Sarasa, S.; S. Porcel, L. Navarro & J. Thiers (2018). Desindustrialización y crisis en la Barcelona posolímpica: ¿hacia una ciudad dual? EURE Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios Urbano Regionales, 44(131): 29-52.

 

   2017

 
  1. Roger Eritja, John R.B. Palmer, David Roiz, Isis Sanpera-Calbet, & Frederic Bartumeus (2017). Direct Evidence of Adult Aedes albopictus Dispersal by Car, Scientific Reports, 7, 14399, doi:10.1038/s41598-017-12652-5
     
  2. Gumà, Jordi (2017). Reseña del libro Jon Anson y Mar Luy (eds.). Mortality in an International Perspective. Revista de Demografía Histórica. XXXV, I, pp. 200-207.
     
  3. Garriga, A. & Cortina, C. (2017). The change in single mothers’ educational gradient over time in Spain. Demographic Research 36(61):1859-1888.
     
  4. Barbeta, M. & Cano, T. (2017). Toward a New Model of Fatherhood? Discourses on the Process of Paternal Involvement in Urban Spain. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 158. 
     
  5. Rodríguez-Menés, J. (2017). Accounting for structural and exchange mobility in models of status attainment: Social fluidity in five European countries. Social Science Research, 61(1), 112-125.
     
  6. Durán, I.  & Rodríguez-Menés, J. (2017). Explaining accountability for public policies: an fsQCA analysis of health policy in Spain. European Political Science Review, 9(3): 329-350.
     
  7. Bellani, Daniela; Esping-Andersen, G. & Nedoluzkho, L. (2017). Never partnered: A multilevel analysis of lifelong singlehood. Demographic Research: Volume 36.
     
  8. Esping-Andersen, G. & Nedoluzhko, L. (2017). Inequality equilibria and individual well-being. Social Science Research, 62: 24-28.
     
  9. Bellani, D.,  Esping-Andersen, G. & Pessin, L. When equity matters for marital stability. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.
     
  10. Esping-Andersen, G. & Rutigliano R. (2017). Partnership Choice and Childbearing in Norway and Spain. European Journal of Population.
     
  11. González, T. M., González-Trujillo, J. D., Palmer, J. R. B., Pino, J. & Armenteras, D.(2017). Movement behavior of a tropical mammal: The case of Tapirus terrestris. Ecol. Modell, 360, 223–229.
     
  12. Arpino B., De Benedictis L. & Mattei, A. (2017). Implementing Propensity Score Matching with Network Data: The effect of GATT on bilateral trade. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society - C, 66(3), 537–554.
     
  13. Arpino B., & Bordone V. (2017). Regular provision of grandchild care and participation in social activities. Review of Economics of the Household, 15(1), 135–174.
     
  14. Bordone V., Arpino B., & Aassve A. (2017). Patterns of grandparental childcare across Europe: the role of the policy context and working mothers' need. Ageing & Society, 37(4), 845-873.
     
  15. Rodíguez-Menés, J. (2017). Accounting for structural and exchange mobility in models of status attainment: Social fluidity in five European countries. Social Science Research, Vol 61 (1): 112–125.
     
  16. Brandt, M., Kjeld R., Peñuelas, J., Feng T., Schurgers, G., Verger, A., Mertz, O., Palmer, J. & Fensholt, R. (2017). Human Population Growth Offsets Climate-Driven Increase in Woody Vegetation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1: 81. doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0081.
     
  17. Lanah, K., Baar, T., Berens,J., Letouzé, E., Manske, J., Palmer, J., Sangokoya, D. & Vinck, P. (2017). Group Privacy in the Age of Big Data. In Group Privacy: New Challenges of Data Technologies, 37–66. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-46608-8_3.
     
  18. Kraus, E. K. & Castro-Martín, T. (2017). Does Migrant Background Matter for Adolescents’ Fertility Preferences? The Latin American 1.5 Generation in Spain. European Journal of Population.
     
  19. González-Ferrer, A., Castro-Martín, T., Kraus, E. K & Eremenko, T. (2017). Childbearing patterns among immigrant women and their daughters in Spain: Over-adaptation or structural constraints?. Demographic Research 37 (19): 599-634.
     
  20. Dammrich, J. & Esping-Andersen, G. (2017). Pre-school and reading competencies - a cross national comparison. In H.P. Blossfeld, N. Kulic, J. Skopec and M. Triventi, eds. Childcare, Early Education and Social Inequality. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
     
  21. Bellani, D., Esping-Andersen, G. & Nedoluzhko, L. (2017). Never partnered. A multilevel analysis of lifelong singlehood. Demographic Research, 36: 1-47.
     
  22. Bellani, D., Esping-Andersen, G. & Pessin, L. (2017). When equity matters for marital stability.  Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, doi:10.1177/0265407517709537.
     
  23. Rutigliano, R. & Esping-Andersen, G. (2017). Partnership choice and childbearing in Norway and Spain. European Journal of Population, 1-20.
     
  24. Esping-Andersen, G. (2017). Education, gender revolution, and fertility recovery. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, Vol. 15.
     
  25. Sarasa, S. (2017). Cómo evaluar el impacto de programas sociales y políticas públicas. Barcelona: Editorial UOC.
     
  26. Palmer, John R.B., Aitana Oltra, Francisco Collantes, Juan Antonio Delgado, Javier Lucientes, Sarah Delacour & Mikel Bengoa, et al. (2017). Citizen Science Provides a Reliable and Scalable Tool to Track Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes. Nature Communications 8 (916). doi:10.1038/s41467-017-00914-9.

 

 2016

 
  1. McGuiness, S. & Ortiz, L. (2016) . Skill gaps in the workplace: measurement, determinants and impacts. Industrial Relations Journal,  47(3): 253-278.
     
  2. Ortiz, L. & Rodriguez-Menés, J. (2016). The Positional Value of Education and its Effect on General and Technical Fields of Education: Educational Expansion and Occupational Returns to Education in Spain, co-authored with Jorge Rodriguez, European Sociological Review, Vol.32(2): 216-237.
     
  3. Pulignano, V.; Ortiz, L. & de Franceschi, F. (2016) . Union responses to precarious work: Italy and Spain compared. European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol.22: No.1: 39-55.
     
  4. Aassve, A.; Arpino, B. & Balbo, N. (2016), It takes two to tango: couples' happiness and childbearing. European Journal of Population, 32(3), 339–354.
     
  5. Arpino B. (2016). Matching pre-processing of split-ballot survey data for the analysis of double standards, Social Psychology Quarterly, 79(4), 397–407.
     
  6. Arpino, B. & Cannas, M. (2016). Propensity score matching with clustered data. An application to the estimation of the impact of caesarean section on the Apgar score. Statistics in Medicine, 35(12), 2074–2091.
     
  7. Arpino, B. & Mattei, A. (2016). Assessing the Causal Effects of Financial Aids to Firms in Tuscany allowing for Interference. The Annals of Applied Statistics, 10(3), 1170-1194.
     
  8. Balbo, N. & Arpino, B. (2016). The role of family orientations in shaping the effect of fertility on subjective well-being: a propensity score matching analysis. Demography, 53(4), 955–978.
     
  9. Baizán, P.; Arpino, B. & Delclós, C.E. (2016). The effect of gender policies on fertility: The moderating role of education and normative context,  European Journal of Population, 32(1), 1-30.
     
  10.  Bordone, V. & Arpino, B. (2016). Do grandchildren influence how old you feel? Journal of Aging and Health, 28(6), 1055-1072.
     
  11. Vitali, A. & Arpino, B. (2016). Who brings home the bacon. The influence of context on couples’ earning arrangements. Demographic Research, 35 (41), 1213-1244.
     
  12.  McGuiness, S. & Ortiz, L. (2016). Skill gaps in the workplace: measurement, determinants and impacts. Industrial Relations Journal,  47(2): 253-278.
     
  13.  Ortiz, L. & Rodriguez-Menés, J. (2016). The Positional Value of Education and its Effect on General and Technical Fields of Education: Educational Expansion and Occupational Returns to Education in Spain, co-authored with Jorge Rodriguez. European Sociological Review, Vol.32(2): 216-237.
     
  14.  Pulignano, V., Ortiz, L. & de Franceschi, F. (2016). Union responses to precarious work: Italy and Spain compared. European Journal of Industrial Relations, vol.22, No.1: 39-55.
     
  15. Solé-Auró, A. & Alcañiz, M. (2016). Educational attainment, gender and health inequalities among older adults in Catalonia (Spain). International Journal for Equity in Health, 15:126.
     
  16.  Cambois, E., Solé-Auró, A. & Robine, J.M. (2016). Economic hardship and educational differentials in disability in 26 European countries. Journal of Aging & Health, 28(7): 1214-1238.
     
  17. Cambois, E., Solé-Auró, A., Brønnum-Hansen, H. Egidi, V. Jagger, C. Jeune, B. Nusselder, W.J. Van Oyen, H. White, C. & Robine, J.M. (2016).
    Educational differentials in disability vary across and within welfare regimes: a comparison of 26 European countries in 2009. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 70 (4), 331-338.
     
  18. Durán, I. P. & Rodríguez-Menés, J. (2016). Explaining accountability for public policies: an fsQCA analysis of health policy in Spain. European Political Science Review, 1-22.
     
  19. Ortiz, L., & Rodriguez-Menés, J. (2016). The Positional Value of Education and its Effect on General and Technical Fields of Education: Educational Expansion and Occupational Returns to Education in Spain. European Sociological Review, 32(2), 216-237.
     
  20. Baizan P., & González-Ferrer A. (2016). What drives Senegalese migration to Europe? The role of economic restructuring, labor demand and the multiplier effect of networks. Demographic Research, 35(13):339-380.
     
  21. Baizan P. (2016). The policy context of fertility in Spain: toward a gender-egalitarian model?. In: R. Rindfuss and M. Choe (eds), Low fertility, institutions, and their policies: Variations across industrialized countries. New York/Heidelberg: Springer: 195-220.
     
  22. Baizan P. & González-Ferrer A. (2016). What drives Senegalese migration to Europe? The role of economic restructuring, labor demand and the multiplier effect of networks. Demographic Research, 35(13):339-380.
     
  23. Laplante, B., Castro-Martín, T., Cortina, C. & Fostik, A. (2016). The Contributions of Childbearing within Marriage and within Consensual Union to Fertility in Latin America, 1980-2010. Demographic Research, 32.
     
  24. Sarasa, S., Navarro, L. & Porcel, S. (2016). Clase social y privación material entre los inmigrantes de países pobres en Cataluña. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 156:117-140.
     
  25.  Abril, P., Amigot, P., Botía-Morillas, C., Domínguez-Falgueras, M., González, M. J., Jurado-Guerrero, T., Lapuerta, I., Martín-García, T., Monferrer, J. & Seiz, M. (2016). Transition to Parenthood in Spain: Adaptations to Ideals. In Grunow, Daniela & Evertsson, Marie (Eds.) Transition to Parenthood in Europe. Analysing Gender and Labour Divisions. Edward Elgar.
     
  26.  Garriga, J., Palmer, J., Oltra, A. & Bartumeus, F. (2016). Expectation-Maximization Binary Clustering for Behavioural Annotation. PLoS ONE 11(3).
     
  27. Gutiérrez-Roig, M.,  Sagarra, O., Oltra, A. Palmer, J., Bartumeus, F.,  Diaz-Guilera, A. & Perelló, J. (2016). Active and Reactive Behaviour in Human Mobility: The Influence of Attraction Points on Pedestrians. Royal Society Open Science, 3:160177.
     
  28. Oltra, A., Palmer, J. & Bartumeus, F. (2016). AtrapaelTigre.com: Enlisting Citizen-Scientists in the War on Tiger Mosquitoes. In European Handbook of Crowdsourced Geographic Information, edited by Cristina Capineri, Muki Haklay, Haosheng Huang, Vyron Antoniou, Juhani Kettunen, Frank Ostermann, and Ross Purves, 295–308. London, GB: Ubiquity Press. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bax.
     
  29. Cortina, C. (2016). Demografía de las parejas homosexuales en España. Revista española de investigaciones sociológicas (REIS), 152:3-22.
     

  30. García J. & Cortina, C. (2016). Family time of couples with children: shortening gender differences in parenting?. Review of Economics of the Household, 14(4):921-940.

 

2015

 
  1. Solé-Auró, A., Michaud, P-C. Hurd, M. & Crimmins, E. (2015). Disease Incidence and Mortality in Older Americans and Europeans. Demography, 52 (2), 593-611.
     
  2. Solé-Auró, A. & Alcañiz, M. (2015). Are we living longer but less healthy? Trends in mortality and morbidity in Catalonia (Spain), 1994-2011, European Journal of Ageing, 12(1):61-70.
     
  3. Garriga, A., Sarasa, S. & Berta, P. (2015). Mother’s educational level and single motherhood: Comparing Spain and Italy. Demographic Research, 33(42): 1165.
     
  4. Palmer, J. & Pytlikova, M. (2015). Labor Market Laws and Intra-European Migration: The Role of the State in Shaping Destination Choices. European Journal of Population, 31(2): 127-53.
     
  5. Esping-Andersen, G. & Gracia, P. (2015). Fathers' childcare and mothers' paid work: A cross-national study of Denmark, Spain and the United Kingdom. Family Science; 1(12): 270-281.
     
  6. Esping-Andersen, G., Arpino, B. & Pessin, L. (2015). How do changes in Gender Role Attitudes towards Female Employment influence Fertility? A Macro-Level Analysis. European Sociological Review, (31): 1-13. 
     
  7. Esping-Andersen, G. & Billari, F. (2015). Re-theorizing family demographic change. Population and Development Review, 41(1): 1-31. 
     
  8. Esping-Andersen, G. & Billari, F. (2015). Welfare regimes and stratification. Journal of European Social Policy, 1 (12):0-0. 
     
  9. Esping-Andersen, G. & Billari, F. (2015). Welfare state myths and measurement comments. Capitalism and Society, 10(1): 0-0. 
     
  10. González, María José & Jurado Guerrero, Teresa, (2015) (eds.). Padres y madres corresponsables. Una utopía real. Madrid: La Catarata
     
  11. Abril, P., Amigot, P., Botía-Morillas, C., Domínguez-Falgueras, M., González, M. J., Jurado-Guerrero, T., Lapuerta, I., Martín-García, T., Monferrer, J. & Seiz, M. (2015). Ideales igualitarios y planes tradicionales: análisis de parejas primerizas en España. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 150:39-58.
     
  12. Arpino B.,  Esping-Andersen, G. & Pessin, L. (2015). How do Changes in Gender Role Attitudes towards Female Employment influence Fertility? A Macro-Level Analysis, European Sociological Review, 31 (3), 370-382.
     
  13. Vitali A. & Arpino B. (2015). Living arrangements of second generation immigrants in Spain: A cross-classified multilevel analysis, Regional Studies, 49(2), 189-203.
     
  14. Castro-Martín, T. & Cortina, C. (2015). Demographic issues of Intra-European Migration: Destinations, Family and Settlement. European Journal of Population, 31(2): 109-125.
     
  15. Laplante, B., Castro-Martín, T. Cortina, C. & Martín-García (2015). Childbearing Within Marriage and Consensual Union in Latin America, 1980-2010. Population and Development Review, 41(1): 85–108.

 

2014

 

1. Arpino, B. & Bordone, V. (2014). Does Grandparenting Pay Off? The Effect of Childcare on Grandparents´ Cognitive Functioning. Journal of Marriage and Family, 76, 337–351.

2. Arpino B., Pronzato C. & Tavares L.P. (2014). The effect of grandparental support on mothers’ labour market participation: an instrumental variable approach. European Journal of Population, 30, 369–390.

3. Arpino B., De Cao E. & Peracchi F. (2014). Using panel data for partial identification of human immunodeficiency virus prevalence when infection status is missing not at random. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society – A, 177(3), 587–606.

4. Arpino B. & Aassve A. (2014). The role of villages in households’ poverty exit: evidence from a multilevel model for rural Vietnam. Quality & Quantity, 48(4), 2175-2189.

5. Cebolla-Boado, H. & Ortiz, L. (2014). Extra-representational types of political participation and models of trade unionism: a cross-country comparison. Socio-Economic Review Vol.12, No.4: 747-778.

6. Rodriguez-Menés, J., Puig, D. & Sobrino, C., (2014). Poly-and distinct-victimization in histories of violence against women. Journal of Family Violence, 29(8), 849-858.

7. Esping-Andersen, G. (2014). Gender egalitarianism and the resurgent family.  Stato e Mercato, 100: 0-0.

8. Medrano, J., Castro-Martín, T., Cortina, C. & Saffranof, A. (2014). Euromarriages in Sain: patterns and trends. Population, Space and Place, 20: 157-176.

9. Baizán, P., Domínguez, M. & González, M.J. (2014). Couple Bargaining or Socio-Economic Status?. European Societies, 16(1): 3-27.

10. Baizan P., Beauchemin C. & González-Ferrer A. (2014). An Origin and Destination Perspective on Family Reunification: The Case of Senegalese Couples. European Journal of Population, 30(1) 65-87. 

11. Guiu Payà, Jordi. (2014). Para poner coto a la desigualdad: nivelación por abajo y por arriba. Documentación social. Revista de sociología aplicada, (170): 35-69.  

12. Esteban, F. , Alós, R., Jódar, P. & Miguélez, F., (2014). Ex-inmates' job placement. A qualitative approach. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociologicas, 145(1):181-204. 

13. Vidal, S., Alós, R., Jódar, P. & Beneyto, P., (2014). Membership duration in a Spanish union: A survival analysis. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 35(3):507-529.

14. Jódar, P., Alós, R. & Vidal, S., (2014). Why do workers leave unions? Group differences between workers in CCOO-Catalonia.  Transfer, 17(4): 471-484.

 

2013

 

1. Aassve, A., Arpino, B. & Billari F.C. (2013). Age norms on leaving home: Multilevel evidence from the European Social Survey. Environment and Planning A, 45, 383–401.

2. Arpino, B. & Aassve, A. (2013). Estimation of causal effects of fertility on economic wellbeing: Data requirements, identifying assumptions and estimation methods,  Empirical Economics, 44 (1), 355-385. 

3. Arpino, B. & Tavares L.P. (2013). Fertility and values in Italy and Spain: a look at regional differences within the European context. Population Review, 52(1). 

4. John R.B. Palmer, Thomas J. Espenshade, Frederic Bartumeus, Chang Y. Chung, Necati Ercan Ozgencil & Kathleen Li. (2013). New Approaches to Human Mobility: Using Mobile Phones for Demographic Research. Demography, 50(3): 1105-28.

5. Alós, R., Jódar, P., Beneyto, P. & Vidal, S., (2013). La dinámica afiliativa sindical y las trayectorias de sus miembros. Politica y Sociedad, 50(3):1065-1096.

 

2012

 

1. Aassve, A., Arpino, B. & Goisis A. (2012). Grandparenting and mothers’ labour force participation: A comparative analysis using the Generations and Gender Survey. Demographic Research, 27(3), 53-84.

 2. Davide Azzolini, Philipp Schnell & John R.B. Palmer. (2012). Educational Achievement Gaps Between Immigrant and Native Students in Two "New" Immigration Countries: Italy and Spain in Comparison. Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Science, 643(1): 46-77. 

3. Rodríguez-Menés, J. & Safranoff, A., (2012). Violence against women in intimate relations: A contrast of five theories. European Journal of Criminology, 9(6), 584-602.

 

2011

 

1. Arpino, B. & Mealli, F. (2011). The specification of the propensity score in multilevel studies. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 55,  1770-1780.

 2. Oesch, D., & Rodríguez-Menés, J., (2011). Upgrading or polarization? Occupational change in Britain, Germany, Spain and Switzerland, 1990–2008. Socio-Economic Review, 9(3), 503-531.

 3. Jódar, P., Vidal, S. & Alós, R. (2011). Union Activism in an Inclusive System of Industrial Relations: Evidence from a Spanish Case Study. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(1):S158-S180.

4. Sarasa, S. (2011). Long-term Care: The persistence of Familiarism. The Spanish Welfare State in European Context, Ashgate.

5. Crimmins, E.M., Kim, J.K. & Solé-Auró, A. (2011). Gender Differences in Health: Results from SHARE, ELSA, and HRS. European Journal of Public Health, 21(1): 81-91.
 

 

2010 and previous years

 

1. Arpino, B. & Varriale, R. (2010). Assessing the quality of institutions' rankings obtained through multilevel linear regression models. Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, 5, 1(11), pp. 7-22.  

2. Llorens, C., Alós, R., Cano, E., Font, A., Jódar, P., López, V., Navarro, A., Sánchez, A., Utzet, M. & Moncada, S. (2010). Psychosocial risk exposures and labour management practices. An exploratory approach. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 38(3):125-136.

3. Benavides, F.G., Durán, X., Miguel Martínez, J., Jódar, P., Boix, P. & Amable, M., (2010). Incidence of permanent disability in a cohort of social security-affiliated workers (2004-2007). Gaceta Sanitaria, 24(5): 385-390. 

4. Cortina, C., Esteve, A. & Domingo, A. (2008). Marriage patterns of foreign born population in a new country of inmigration: the case of Spain. International Migration Review, 42(4): 877-902.