laura bernardi
laura bernardi
Professor of Sociologiy and demography of the Life course, University of Lausanne
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Channels of social influence on reproduction
L Bernardi
Population research and policy review 22 (5-6), 427-555, 2003
The life course cube: A tool for studying lives
L Bernardi, J Huinink, RA Settersten Jr
Advances in Life Course Research 41, 100258, 2019
Social influences on fertility: A comparative mixed methods study in Eastern and Western Germany
L Bernardi, S Keim, H Von der Lippe
Journal of mixed methods research 1 (1), 23-47, 2007
Understanding the effects of Covid-19 through a life course lens
RA Settersten Jr, L Bernardi, J Härkönen, TC Antonucci, PA Dykstra, ...
Advances in Life Course Research 45, 100360, 2020
Job Insecurity and the Timing of Parenthood: A Comparison between Eastern and Western Germany: Perceptions de l’instabilité de l’emploi et projet d’enfant: Une comparaison …
L Bernardi, A Klärner, H Von der Lippe
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie 24, 287-313, 2008
Social networks and fertility
L Bernardi, A Klärner
Demographic research 30, 641-670, 2014
Toward a life course framework for studying vulnerability
D Spini, L Bernardi, M Oris
Research in Human Development 14 (1), 5-25, 2017
Italy’s path to very low fertility: the adequacy of economic and second demographic transition theories: le cheminement de l’Italie vers les tres basses fécondités: adéquation …
DI Kertzer, MJ White, L Bernardi, G Gabrielli
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie 25, 89-115, 2009
Feminist perspectives on motherhood and reproduction
G Neyer, L Bernardi
Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung, 162-176, 2011
Social Interaction Effects on Fertility: Intentions and Behaviors: Les effets des interactions sociales sur la fécondité: intentions et comportements
C Rossier, L Bernardi
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 25, 467-485, 2009
A mixed‐methods social networks study design for research on transnational families
L Bernardi
Journal of Marriage and Family 73 (4), 788-803, 2011
Reproductive decision-making in a macro-micro perspective (REPRO): State-of-the-art review
D Philipov, O Thévenon, J Klobas, L Bernardi, AC Liefbroer
Vienna Institute of Demography of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2009
Qualifying social influence on fertility intentions: Composition, structure and meaning of fertility-relevant social networks in Western Germany
S Keim, A Klärner, L Bernardi
Current sociology 57 (6), 888-907, 2009
Concepts and operationalisation of reproductive decisions implementation in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
D Philipov, L Bernardi
Comparative Population Studies 36 (2-3), 2011
Changes in employment uncertainty and the fertility intention–realization link: An analysis based on the Swiss household panel
D Hanappi, VA Ryser, L Bernardi, JM Le Goff
European Journal of Population 33, 381-407, 2017
Vulnerability across the life course: A theoretical framework and research directions
D Spini, D Hanappi, L Bernardi, M Oris, JF Bickel
LIVES working papers 2013 (27), 1-35, 2013
Meanings and attitudes attached to cohabitation in Poland: Qualitative analyses of the slow diffusion of cohabitation among the young generation
M Mynarska, L Bernardi
Demographic Research 16, 519-554, 2007
Uncertain, changing and situated fertility intentions: a qualitative analysis
L Bernardi, M Mynarska, C Rossier
Reproductive decision-making in a macro-micro perspective, 113-139, 2014
Transition to parenthood: The role of social interaction and endogenous networks
BA Diaz, T Fent, A Prskawetz, L Bernardi
Demography 48 (2), 559-579, 2011
Determinants of individual AIDS risk perception: knowledge, behavioural control and social influence
L Bernardi
African Journal of AIDS Research 1 (2), 111-124, 2002
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