Selected research activities
- Co-PI of the MINECO project Socio-Demographic Consequences of the Great Recession: Altered Class and Gender Relations? (CSO2016-80484-R).
- Co-PI of the project Low Fertility, Labor Market, and Family: Factors, Outcomes, and Policy Implications. East-West Center (Honolulu, USA) and Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.
“Demographic Changes and Social Dynamics” and "Migration and Society". Master in Sociology and Demography, UPF.
PhD thesis supervised and defended in 2017:
Natalia Malancu, “Policy, Social Capital and Health: The Multiple Implications of Immigrant Economic Incorporation”, UPF.
Daniel Ciganda, “Understanding the Fertility Gap. New Modelling Approaches to Reproductive Decision-Making”, UPF.
Elisabeth Kraus, “Family dynamics of international migrants and their descendants”, UPF.
“Welfare regime patterns in the social class-fertility relationship: second births in France, Italy, Norway, and United Kingdom”, conference "Low Fertility, Labor Market, and Family: Factors, Outcomes, and Policy Implications”, East-West Center and the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs, Honolulu, November.
“When are migrant networks relevant? A comparison of the role of networks in the Mexico-US (MMP) and Senegal-Europe (MAFE) migration systems”. Population Association of America, Chicago, April, and IUSSP International Population Conference, Cape Town, November.
“Social class inequalities, economic insecurity, and fertility in Spain”, IUSSP International Population Conference, Cape Town, November.
“International migration and family change”. Lecture Series ond Postgraduate Program in Demography, Center for Humanities and Social Sciences (CSIC). Madrid, June .
“Educational expansion and fertility of the Spanish birth-cohorts 1901-1950”.Seminar Twenty-Five Years of the Spanish Socio-Demographic Survey, Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Spanish National Research Council and Asociación de Demografía Histórica. Madrid, February.