Hoppa direkt till innehållet
printicon
Huvudmenyn dold.

CEDAR Working paper series

CEDAR working papers (CWP) är en rapportserie från Enheten för demografi och åldrandeforskning (CEDAR) vid Umeå universitet. CWP publicerar preprint artiklar, vetenskapliga rapporter och tekniska rapporter (såsom beskrivningar av databaser), av forskare affilierade med CEDAR.

CEDAR Working Papers, 23
2022
Infectious disease mortality among infants, seasonality and ambient temperature in Sweden, 1868-1892
Junkka, Johan; Hiltunen, Maria

CEDAR Working Papers, 22
2021
Parental unemployment and adolescent wellbeing: The moderating role of educational policies
Baranowska-Rataj, Anna; Högberg, Björn; Bernardi, Laura
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 21
2021
Income inequality in Swedish municipalities 1986-2013: Development and regional patterns
Edvinsson, Sören; Häggström Lundevaller, Erling; Malmberg, Gunnar; et al.
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 20
2021
Intergenerational effects of parental unemployment on infant health: evidence from Swedish register data
Högberg, Björn; Baranowska-Rataj, Anna; Voßemer, Jonas 
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 19
2021
Healthy migrant perspectives on disability and mobility in a nineteenth-century population
Junkka, Johan; Vikström, Lotta; Häggström Lundevaller, Erling
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 18
2021
A longitudinal study of how disability affects mortality in Swedish Populations from the 1800s, 1900s and 2000s
Vikström, Lotta; Junkka, Johan; Namatovu, Fredinah; et al.
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 17
2021
Liveable Disabilities: Life Courses and Opportunity Structures across Time in Sweden (Project Overview and Critical Reflections)
Vikström, Lotta; Wälivaara, Josefine; Ljuslinder, Karin
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 16
2021
Disability benefits and work reconsidered: is work really good for people with disabilities?
Nordlund, Madelene; Larsson, Daniel; Stattin, Mikael
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 15
2021
Opportunity structures in sports for people with disabilities in Sweden
Wickman, Kim; Torége, Linda
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 14
2021
Equal Abilities: The Swedish Parasport Federation and the Inclusion Process
Nordlund, Madelene; Wickman, Kim; Vikström, Lotta; et al.
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 13
2021
”Handikapptoaletten hade de som förråd”: Humors potential att synliggöra och utmana funktionsnormativitet
Söderlund, Hanna; Wälivaara, Josefine; Ljuslinder, Karin
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 12
2021
Two Centuries of Disability Disadvantages in Swedish Partnerships
Vikström, Lotta; Junkka, Johan; Karhina, Kateryna
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 11
2021
Two Centuries of Inequalities: Disability and Partnership in Sweden
Vikström, Lotta; Karhina, Kateryna; Junkka, Johan 
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 10
2021
Supply or demand?: Institutionalization of the mentally ill in the emerging Swedish welfare state, 1900–1959
Liselotte, Eriksson; Junkka, Johan; Sandström, Glenn; et al.
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 9
2021
Long-term Health Outcomes from Inbreeding: Longevity, Fertility and Impairment
Häggström Lundevaller, Erling; Vikström, Lotta; Sandström, Glenn
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 8
2021
Behind the Numbers: Authorities’ Approach to Measuring Disability in Swedish Populations from 1860 to 1930
Wisselgren, Maria J.; Vikström, Lotta
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 7
2021
The perspectives of professionals on providing services to women with disabilities that experience intimate-partner violence
Namatovu, Fredinah; Ineland, Jens; Lövgren, Veronica
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 6
2021
Adverse selection in mutual benefit societies: an longitudinal approach
Andersson, Lars Fredrik; Liselotte, Eriksson; Lilljegren, Josef
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 5
2021
The effects of involuntary job losses ondepressive symptoms among couples
Vega, Alejandro; Baranowska-Rataj, Anna
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 4
2020
Partner’s unemployment and well-being: the mediating role of relationship qualityand stability
Vossemer, Jonas; Baranowska-Rataj, Anna 
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 3
2020
Household risk strategies during a pandemic: Experiences from the 1918 influenza pandemic
Andersson, Lars Fredrik; Liselotte, Eriksson
Final version published in Scandinavian Economic History Review DOI:10.1080/03585522.2021.1984294

CEDAR Working Papers, 2
2020
Is high social class always beneficial for survival?: a study of northern Sweden 1801-2013
Edvinsson, Sören; Broström, Göran
 
CEDAR Working Papers, 1
2020
When things go wrong with you, it hurts me too: The effects of partner’s employment status on health in comparative perspective
Baranowska-Rataj, Anna; Strandh, Mattias
Final version published in Journal of European Social Policy, DOI: 10.1177/0958928720963330
 
 

Redaktör

Johan Junkka
Biträdande universitetslektor
E-post
E-post