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The objective of this article is to examine the association between women’s income and first birth risks in two fairly similar countries: Denmark and Finland. The benefit of comparing these two countries is that observed variation in fertility behaviour might be attributed to the few differences...
Using register data on every employed Norwegian woman giving birth to her first child in the period 1995–2008, we describe sick leave before, during and after pregnancy. Sick leave increases abruptly in the month of conception and continues to grow throughout the pregnancy. Compared to...
We use the longitudinal Young Adult Panel Study to examine changes in subjective work commitment among new mothers in Sweden. With a sample of childless women in 1999, we study changes in work commitment occurring between 1999 and 2003, comparing those who had a child during this period with...
With an ageing population and a persistent booming economy, Norway is already facing an unmet demand for labour. Considering the country’s high female part-time work rate, more full-time work among women constitutes a potential labour reserve. This article investigates factors that encourage...
This article provides insight into the daily lives of separated parents involved in two types of living arrangements: single parents (mainly mothers) living with their children full-time and co-parents living with their children part-time. Earlier studies have stated that the everyday lives of...
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