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New forthcoming GENDERBALL publication

We are delighted to announce that the paper ‘Pathways to Marital and Non-Marital First Birth: The Role of His and Her Education’ by Alessandra Trimarchi and Jan Van Bavel has been accepted for publication in the Vienna Yearbook of Population Research. A pre-print version of the paper can be downloaded here.

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New GENDERBALL publication

We are happy to announce that the paper ‘Fertility Among Descendants of Immigrants in Belgium: The Role of the Partner’ by Lisa Van Landschoot, Helga de Valk, and Jan Van Bavel has been published in the journal Demographic Research.

New forthcoming GENDERBALL publication

We are pleased to announce that the paper ‘The Reversal of the Gender Gap in Education and Relative Divorce Risks: A Matter of Alternatives in Partner Choice?’ by André Grow, Christine Schnor, and Jan Van Bavel has been accepted for publication in the journal Population Studies. A pre-print version of the paper can be downloaded here.

New GENDERBALL publication

We are happy to announce that the paper ‘The Reversal of the Gender Gap in Education, Motherhood, and Women as Main Earners in Europe’ by Martin Klesment and Jan Van Bavel has been published in the journal European Sociological Review. A pre-print version of the paper can be obtained here.

New forthcoming GENDERBALL publication

We are delighted to announce that the paper ‘Educational Pairings, Motherhood, and Women’s Relative Earnings in Europe’ by Jan Van Bavel and Martin Klesment has been accepted for publication in Demography. A pre-print version of the paper can be obtained here.

Review of the book ‘Agent-Based Modelling in Population Studies’ published in EJP

We are happy to announce that the European Journal of Population has recently published a favorable review of the book ‘Agent-Based Modelling in Population Studies’ (eds. André Grow and Jan Van Bavel), written by Thomas Fent. The review has been published online ahead of print and can be obtained here. The concluding assessment states:

“The editors did a good job in compiling and structuring this impressive collection. The volume exhibits a good balance between papers that tackle general aspects of agent-based modelling and very specific papers that exemplify the power of ABMs. I am sure this book will become an important milestone along the road of advancement of ABMs in population studies.”

New GENDERBALL publication

We are happy to announce that the paper ‘Education and the Transition to Fatherhood: The Role of Selection Into Union’ by Alessandra Trimarchi and Jan Van Bavel has been published in the journal Demography. A pre-print version of the paper can be obtained here.