Eilert Sundt Network for Quantitative Social Research

The Eilert Sundt Network for Quantitative Social Research is a research network for Norwegian social scientists within sociology, demography, and allied fields.

The purpose of the network is to over time build a stronger, higher-quality environment for quantitative social science. Network members run or are associated with a large number of research projects funded by national and international funding research agencies (incl. the ERC). They also serve are members of editorial boards of international sociological and demography journals, and hold offices in national and international academic organizations.

Selected publications by network members

Chan, TW, GE Birkelund, AK Aas & Ø Wiborg. 2011. Social Status in Norway. European Sociological Review 27(4).

Cohen, J. Ø. Kravdal, N Keilman. 2011. Childbearing impeded education more than education impeded childbearing in a cohort of Norwegian women. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 108(29)

Kravdal, Ø. and R.R. Rindfuss. 2008. Changing relationships between education and fertility – a study of women and men born 1940-64. American Sociological Review 73.

Kravdal, Ø., E. Grundy. T. H. Lyngstad, and K.Aa. Wiik. 2012.  Family life history and late mid-life mortality in Norway. Population and Development Review 38.

Kravdal, Ø. 2007. A fixed-effects multilevel analysis of how community family structure affects individual mortality in Norway. Demography 44.

Lappegård, T., M. Rønsen. 2012. Socioeconomic differences in multipartner fertility among Norwegian men. Demography 50(3).

Lyngstad, T. H., Prskawetz, A. 2010. Do siblings' fertility histories affect each other? Demography 47(3).

Lyngstad, T.H., M. Jalovaara. 2010. A review of the antecedents of union dissolution, Demographic Research 23(10).

Mastekaasa A, GE Birkelund. 2011. The equalizing effect of wives' earnings on inequalities in earnings among households, Norway 1974-2004. European Societies 13(2).

Published Dec. 20, 2016 2:22 PM