The Formation and Outcomes of Cohabiting and Marital Partnerships in Early Adulthood : The Role of Previous Partnership Experience

@inproceedings{Steele2005TheFA,
  title={The Formation and Outcomes of Cohabiting and Marital Partnerships in Early Adulthood : The Role of Previous Partnership Experience},
  author={Fiona Steele and Heather E. Joshi},
  year={2005}
}
We estimate a joint model of the formation and dissolution of cohabiting and marital unions among British women born in 1970. The focus of the analysis is the effect of previous cohabitation and marriage on subsequent partnership transitions. We use a multilevel simultaneous equations event history model to allow for residual correlation between the hazards of moving from an unpartnered state into cohabitation or marriage, converting a cohabiting union into marriage, and dissolution of either… CONTINUE READING

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