Social Background and Risky Demographic Behaviours: A Cross-National Analysis of the Role of Parental Education, Growing Up Without Both Parents and Sibling Size

Activity: Talk or presentationAcademic

Description

Invited lecture ‘Social Background and Risky Demographic Behaviours: A Cross-National Analysis of the Role of Parental Education, Growing Up Without Both Parents and Sibling Size’ by Aart C. Liefbroer at the Welcome Day NCCR-LIVES, 19 September 2017, Geneva University, Geneva, Switzerland.

The Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research LIVES – Overcoming vulnerability: Life course perspectives (NCCR LIVES) began operations in January 2011. It studies the effects of the post-industrial economy and society on the development of situations of vulnerability using a longitudinal and comparative approach. The NCCR LIVES aims to better understand the phenomenon of vulnerability as well as the means to overcome it so as to contribute to the emergence of innovative social policy measures.
Period19 Sept 2017