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My research investigates processes linking labour market inequalities, family life and wellbeing using methods for causal inference.
Professor in ethnology. Research areas include rural studies, ageing identities and loneliness, hormonal narratives, and green industrialisation.
My current research investigates the importance of schools for the wellbeing of pupils, as well as the effects of parental unemployment on the health of children.
I am associate Professor in Human Geography. I am also Head of Department at Department of Geography. My main reserach interrest is interregional migration in Sweden.
Researching the area of population mobility, such as commuting and migration, and teaches courses in spatial planning, GIS and quantitative methods.
I am a statistician at the Centre for Demographic and Aging Research (CEDAR). My research interests primarily concern various demographic issues both in historical and modern times.
Senior Lecturer in Public Health. Main area of interest: public health, gender-based violence, reproductive health, disability, and population ageing in Sweden and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Glenn Sandström is a Docent/Associate Professor researching family dynamics from a historical and contemporary perspective.
Professor of Human Geography. Research on migration and population ageing.
Researcher at CEDAR. Working with SHARE on ageing populations. Research focus: living conditions, life strategies and experiences of ageing among older migrants in Sweden
Assistant professor who studies the relationship between demographic processes and social networks such as voluntary associations in Sweden.
Postdoc in Sociology with background in Medical Anthropology, Epidemiology & Global Health. Interested in social network research and the construction of vulnerabilities across the adult life course.
Lars Fredrik is an associate professor in economic history and works on economic development and structural change, human well-being and social welfare, demography, and economic geography
I am Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in Sociology, and Head of unit at Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research (CEDAR).
My current research deals with historical welfare state development, socio economic differnces
Within my project funded by my Wallenberg Scholar Grant (2020-25) I lead a cross-disciplinary team researching how disabilities affect people's ageing and health in Swedish society across time.
I am an associate professor (senior lecturer) and docent in Statistics. My research mainly involves methods for studying age-related cognitive change.
Research Analyst and Data Retrieval Coordinator at CEDAR, with a PhD in history with a focus on historical demography.
Works as a research analyst at CEDAR, which includes helping researchers who want data retrievals from our databases, quality assurance and data processing.
Mojgan Padyab is an associate professor (Docent) in social work and assistant director at CEDAR.
PhD student in history, researching the impacts of migration flows on rural areas in northern Sweden during the 20th century, both on a structural and individual level.
I am a doctoral student working at the intersection of human geography and gender studies. My research project focuses on informal elder care workers in Sweden.
research interest: Mental Health, Substance Use, and Aging
Methods: Register based study; Latent variables; Longitudinal analysis