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The Latin American cohabitation boom, 1970–2007.
- A. Esteve, R. Lesthaeghe, Antonio López-Gay
- Economics, Medicine
- Population and development review
- 1 March 2012
The article describes the rise of unmarried cohabitation in Latin American countries during the last 30 years of the twentieth century, both at the national and regional levels. It documents that… Expand
Spatial continuities and discontinuities in two successive demographic transitions: Spain and Belgium, 1880-2010
This is a study of how the synergisms between cultural and structural factors, which played a major role during the historical fertility and nuptiality transition (first demographic transition or… Expand
Population growth and re-urbanization in Spanish inner cities : The role of internal migration and residential mobility
- Antonio López-Gay
- 1 April 2014
Resume Apres 25 annees de decroissance demographique intense, les centres-villes de Barcelone et de Madrid ont connu une remarquable croissance demographique au cours de la derniere decennie. Des… Expand
The Rise of Cohabitation in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1970–2011
This chapter offers a general overview of the often spectacular rise of the share of cohabitation in the process of union formation in 24 Latin American and Caribbean countries during the last 30… Expand
Brain drain and the Second Wave of Depopulation
The territorial imbalances among the autonomous Spanish communities result in emigration of university-educated people in some regions and concentrations of qualified human capital in others. The… Expand
Cohabitation in Brazil: Historical Legacy and Recent Evolution
The availability of the micro data in the IPUMS samples for several censuses spanning a period of 40 years permits a detailed study of differentials and trends in cohabitation in Brazil than has… Expand
A Geography of Cohabitation in the Americas, 1970–2010
In this chapter, we trace the geography of unmarried cohabitation in the Americas on an unprecedented geographical scale in family demography. We present the percentage of partnered women aged 25–29… Expand
The Expansion of Cohabitation in Mexico, 1930–2010: The Revenge of History?
In this chapter we use census microdata to examine trends in cohabitation in Mexico between 1930 and 2010. The microdata reveal a dramatic increase in cohabitation since the 1990s. By being able to… Expand
Unmarried cohabitation in the Americas: unveiling the spatial demension.
Transnational gentrification, tourism and the formation of ‘foreign only’ enclaves in Barcelona
In a context of global-scale inequalities and increased middle-class transnational mobility, this paper explores how the arrival of Western European and North American migrants in Barcelona drives a… Expand