Sebastian Klüsener
Sebastian Klüsener
Research Director, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Germany
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Spatial aspects of the rise of nonmarital fertility across Europe since 1960: The role of states and regions in shaping patterns of change
S Klüsener, B Perelli-Harris, N Sánchez Gassen
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 29 (2), 137-165, 2013
A long‐standing demographic East-West divide in Germany
S Klüsener, JR Goldstein
Population, Space and Place 22 (1), 5-22, 2016
Is a positive relationship between fertility and economic development emerging at the sub-national regional level? Theoretical considerations and evidence from Europe
J Fox, S Klüsener, M Myrskylä
European Journal of Population 35 (3), 487–518, 2019
Spatial analysis of the causes of fertility decline in Prussia
JR Goldstein, S Klüsener
Population and Development Review 40 (3), 497-525, 2014
Why are marriage and family formation increasingly disconnected across Europe? A multilevel perspective on existing theories
T Lappegård, S Klüsener, D Vignoli
Population, Space and Place 24 (2), e2088, 2018
The Patriarchy Index: A new measure of gender and generational inequalities in the past
M Szołtysek, S Klüsener, R Poniat, S Gruber
Cross-Cultural Research 51 (3), 228-262, 2017
Spatial variation of sub-national fertility trends in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
S Basten, J Huinink, S Klüsener
Comparative Population Studies 36 (2-3), 573-614, 2011
Family policies and the Western European fertility divide: Insights from a natural experiment in Belgium
S Klüsener, K Neels, M Kreyenfeld
Population and Development Review 39 (4), 587-610, 2013
Regional mortality disparities in Germany: Long-term dynamics and possible determinants
EUB Kibele, S Klüsener, RD Scholz
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 67 (1), 241-270, 2015
Spatial inequalities in infant survival at an early stage of the longevity revolution: A pan-European view across 5000+ regions and localities in 1910
S Klüsener, I Devos, P Ekamper, I Gregory, S Gruber, J Martí-Henneberg, ...
Demographic Research 30 (68), 1849–1864, 2014
Spatial and social distance at the onset of the fertility transition: Sweden 1880-1900
S Klüsener, M Dribe, F Scalone
Demography 56 (1), 169-199, 2019
Spatial variation in non-marital fertility across Europe in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: Recent trends, persistence of the past, and potential future pathways
S Klüsener
The History of the Family 20 (4), 593-628, 2015
The mass emigration context of Lithuania: Patterns and policy options
S Klüsener, V Stankūnienė, P Grigoriev, D Jasilionis
International Migration 53 (5), 179-193, 2015
Formation and realisation of moving intentions across the adult life course
L Dommermuth, S Klüsener
Population, Space and Place 25 (5), e2212, 2019
Declining regional disparities in mortality in the context of persisting large inequalities in economic conditions: The case of Germany
AA van Raalte, S Klüsener, A Oksuzyan, P Grigoriev
International Journal of Epidemiology 49 (2), 486-496, 2020
Spatial variation in fertility across Europe: Patterns and determinants
N Campisi, H Kulu, J Mikolai, S Klüsener, M Myrskylä
Population, Space and Place 26 (4), e2308, 2020
Educational differences in cohort fertility across sub-national regions in Europe
J Nisén, S Klüsener, J Dahlberg, L Dommermuth, A Jasilioniene, ...
European Journal of Population 37 (1), 263-295, 2021
Estimating male fertility in eastern and western Germany since 1991: A new lowest low?
C Dudel, S Klüsener
Demographic Research 35 (53), 1549-1560, 2016
Spatial variation in household structures in nineteenth-century Germany
M Szołtysek, S Gruber, S Klüsener, JR Goldstein
Population, English edition 69 (1), 55-80, 2014
Male–female fertility differentials across 17 high-income countries: Insights from a new data resource
C Dudel, S Klüsener
European Journal of Population 37 (2), 417-441, 2021
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