Jan Hoem
Jan Hoem
Stockholm University, Demography Unit
Adresse e-mail validée de sociology.su.se
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A biometrics invited paper with discussion: the natural variability of vital rates and associated statistics
DR Brillinger
Biometrics, 693-734, 1986
Generations and Gender Survey (GGS) Towards a better understanding of relationships and processes in the life course
A Vikat, Z Spéder, G Beets, FC Billari, C Bühler, A Désesquelles, ...
Demographic research 17, 389-440, 2007
Public policy as the fuel of fertility: effects of a policy reform on the pace of childbearing in Sweden in the 1980s
JM Hoem
Acta Sociologica 36 (1), 19-31, 1993
Education and childlessness The relationship between educational field, educational level, and childlessness among Swedish women born in 1955-59
JM Hoem, G Neyer, G Andersson
Demographic research 14, 331-380, 2006
The impact of women's employment on second and third births in modern Sweden
B Hoem, JM Hoem
Population studies 43 (1), 47-67, 1989
Social policy and recent fertility change in Sweden
JM Hoem
Population and Development Review, 735-748, 1990
The impact of education on modern family-union initiation
JM Hoem
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie 2 (2), 113-133, 1986
Couple childbearing plans and births in Sweden
E Thomson, JM Hoem
Demography 35 (3), 315-322, 1998
Markov chain models in life insurance
JM Hoem
Blätter der DGVFM 9 (2), 91-107, 1969
Autonomy or conservative adjustment? The effect of public policies and educational attainment on third births in Austria, 1975-96
JM Hoem, A Prskawetz, G Neyer
Population Studies 55 (3), 249-261, 2001
Educational gradients in divorce risks in Sweden in recent decades
JM Hoem
Population studies 51 (1), 19-27, 1997
Design-based and model-based inference in survey sampling [with discussion and reply]
CE Särndal, I Thomsen, JM Hoem, DV Lindley, O Barndorff-Nielsen, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 27-52, 1978
The disruption of marital and non-marital unions in contemporary Sweden
B Hoem, JM Hoem
Demographic applications of event history analysis, 61-93, 1992
A Markov chain model of working life tables
JM Hoem
Scandinavian Actuarial Journal 1977 (1), 1-20, 1977
Childbearing trends and policies in Europe
T Frejka, T Sobotka, JM Hoem
BoD–Books on Demand, 2008
Why does Sweden have such high fertility?
JM Hoem
Demographic research 13, 559-572, 2005
The versatility of the Markov chain as a tool in the mathematics of life insurance
JM Hoem
Transactions of the 23rd International Congress of Actuaries 3, 171-202, 1988
Traces of the Second Demographic Transition in four selected countries in Central and Eastern Europe: Union formation as a demographic manifestation
JM Hoem, D Kostova, A Jasilioniene, C Mureşan
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de démographie 25 (3), 239-255, 2009
Sweden’s family policies and roller-coaster fertility
B Hoem, JM Hoem
Journal of Population Problems 52 (3-4), 1-22, 1996
Stepfamily fertility in contemporary Sweden: The impact of childbearing before the current union
A Vikat, E Thomson, JM Hoem
Population studies 53 (2), 211-225, 1999
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