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Adult children's gender, number and proximity and older parents' moves to institutions: Evidence from Sweden

Family Complexity and Parents’ Migration: The Role of Repartnering and Distance to Non-Resident Children

Measuring migration motives with open-ended survey data: Methodological and conceptual issues

Migration after union dissolution in the United States: The role of non-resident family

Migration for family and labour market outcomes in Sweden

Separation and Elevated Residential Mobility: A Cross-Country Comparison

The Role of Family and Friends in Return Migration and Its Labor Market Outcomes

The Transition to a Coresidential Partnership: Who Moves and Who Has the Partner Move In?

Family life transitions, residential relocations, and housing in the life course: Current research and opportunities for future work: Introduction to the Special Collection on "Separation, Divorce, and Residential Mobility in a Comparative Perspective"

From Living Apart to Living Together: Do Children Born before the Current Partnership Matter?

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Thuiswerken is de norm, dus dan nu wél dat grote huis in Drenthe?

Forget 1.5 metres: Midwives in the north expect lockdown baby boom

Interview t.b.v. artikel Peter Hendriks, Follow The Money: ‘Geen woning, geen kinderen’

Interview t.b.v. column Tom Meeus, NRC: ‘Nieuwe Hollandse ziekte: kloofhoop’

Interview 'Weg van de familie'. Dagblad van het Noorden

Interview 'Ook de ouderen vertrekken nu uit Zeeland'. NRC Handelsblad

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