Martin Dribe
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Does parenthood strengthen a traditional household division of labor? Evidence from Sweden
M Dribe, M Stanfors
Journal of marriage and family 71 (1), 33-45, 2009
Intermarriage and immigrant integration in Sweden: An exploratory analysis
M Dribe, C Lundh
Acta Sociologica 51 (4), 329-354, 2008
Deliberate control in a natural fertility population: Southern Sweden, 1766–1864
T Bengtsson, M Dribe
Demography 43 (4), 727-746, 2006
Living standards in the past: New perspectives on well-being in Asia and Europe
RC Allen, T Bengtsson, M Dribe
Oxford University Press, 2005
Cultural Dissimilarity and Intermarriage. A Longitudinal Study of Immigrants in Sweden 1990–20051
M Dribe, C Lundh
International migration review 45 (2), 297-324, 2011
Leaving Home in a Peasant Society. Economic Fluctuations, Household Dynamics and Youth Migration in Southern Sweden, 1829-1866.
M Dribe
Lund studies in economic history 13, 2000
Intermarriage, Value Context and Union Dissolution: Sweden 1990—2005/Mariage mixte, contexte des valeurs et rupture d'union: Suède 1990—2005
M Dribe, C Lundh
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie, 139-158, 2012
Demand and supply factors in the fertility transition: A county-level analysis of age-specific marital fertility in Sweden, 1880–1930
M Dribe
European Review of Economic History 13 (1), 65-94, 2009
Socio-economic status and fertility decline: Insights from historical transitions in Europe and North America
M Dribe, M Breschi, A Gagnon, D Gauvreau, HA Hanson, TN Maloney, ...
Population studies 71 (1), 3-21, 2017
The impact of socio-economic status on net fertility during the historical fertility decline: A comparative analysis of Canada, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, and the USA
M Dribe, JD Hacker, F Scalone
Population studies 68 (2), 135-149, 2014
Social class and excess mortality in Sweden during the 1918 influenza pandemic
T Bengtsson, M Dribe, B Eriksson
American journal of epidemiology 187 (12), 2568-2576, 2018
Long-term effects of childbearing on mortality: evidence from pre-industrial Sweden
M Dribe
Population Studies 58 (3), 297-310, 2004
The late emergence of socioeconomic mortality differentials: A micro-level study of adult mortality in southern Sweden 1815–1968
T Bengtsson, M Dribe
Explorations in Economic History 48 (3), 389-400, 2011
Socioeconomic status and fertility before, during, and after the demographic transition: An introduction
M Dribe, M Oris, L Pozzi
Demographic Research 31, 161-182, 2014
Family life in power couples: Continued childbearing and union stability among the educational elite in Sweden, 1991–2005
M Dribe, M Stanfors
Demographic Research 23, 847-878, 2010
Social class and net fertility before, during, and after the demographic transition: A micro-level analysis of Sweden 1880–1970
M Dribe, F Scalone
Demographic research 30, 429-464, 2014
Detecting Deliberate Fertility Control in Pre-transitional Populations: Evidence from six German villages, 1766-1863/Mise en évidence d'un contrôle volontaire des naissances …
M Dribe, F Scalone
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie, 411-434, 2010
New evidence on the standard of living in Sweden during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: Long-term development of the demographic response to short-term economic stress
T Bengtsson, M Dribe
Oxford University Press, 2005
Migration of rural families in 19th century southern Sweden. A longitudinal analysis of local migration patterns
M Dribe
The History of the Family 8 (2), 247-265, 2003
The historical fertility transition at the micro level: Southern Sweden 1815-1939
T Bengtsson, M Dribe
Demographic Research 30, 493-534, 2014
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