The transition to parenthood among the second generation: Evidence from Sweden, 1990–2005

@inproceedings{Scott2011TheTT,
  title={The transition to parenthood among the second generation: Evidence from Sweden, 1990–2005},
  author={Kirk Scott and Maria Stanfors},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract We examine the transition to parenthood of the second generation, i.e., the children of immigrants, in Sweden 1990–2005, from a gender perspective using a longitudinal data set constructed from register data maintained by Statistics Sweden. The impact of education, labor market attachment, income, and national background on having a first birth is estimated for second generation men and women and contrasted to that of the native Swedish-born population and immigrants belonging to the 1… CONTINUE READING

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