~ Couples and Childbearing: New Approaches to the Study of Fertility Outcomes and Family Formation Across Europe ~
COUPFER is a research project funded by the European Commission with a Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship. The aim of the project is to investigate how relative resources in couples are related to union stability and first, second, and third births across Europe.
Second Parity Progressions: Differences Between Couples with One or Two Highly Educated Partners
Legend: bothh: both highly educated, bothm: both medium education, slowerhh: he highly educated, she lower education, shhlower: she highly educated, he lower education
Source: Nitsche, N., A. Matysiak, J. Van Bavel, and D. Vignoli (2015)
The Gendered Division of Housework in Couples Before and After the First Birth
Legend: 1=he does all, 2=he does most, 3=both share equally, 4=she does most, 5=she does all
Source: Nitsche, N., and D. Grunow (2016)