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Gröpler, Nicolai; Huinink, Johannes; Peter, Timo, 2021: Does the birth of a child still prompt a marriage? A comparison of Austria, France, Germany and Hungary, in: European Societies, 23 (3), S. 333 - 359, doi:10.1080/14616696.2021.1922930, 08.05.2021, Download PDF

Buhr, Petra; Lutz, Katharina; Peter, Timo, 2018: The influence of the number of siblings on expected family size in a cohort of young adults in Germany, in: Demographic Research, 39, S. 315 - 336, doi:10.4054/DemRes.2018.39.10, 10.08.2018

Melchior, Viktoria; Timmermann, Katharina; Peter, Timo; Preetz, Richard; Selischew, Anastasia; Buhr, Petra; Huinink, Johannes, 2018: Partnerschaftsverläufe, Kinderwunsch und Fertilitätstrends in Deutschland. Ergebnisse aus dem Deutschen Beziehungs- und Familienpanel pairfam. 2. überarbeitete und aktualisierte Fassung, pairfam Befunde/2018, Universität Bremen, Link (Stand: 12.03.2021)

Gröpler, Nicolai; Huinink, Johannes; Peter, Timo, 2017: Are children still a reason to marry in Europe? A comparison of France, Germany, and Hungary, (Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities . (RN13: Couples, Cohabitation and Family Forms II), 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, European Sociological Association (ESA), Athens, Griechenland, 30.08.2017, Link (Stand: 25.10.2018)

Gröpler, Nicolai; Huinink, Johannes; Peter, Timo, 2017: Sind Kinder nach wie vor ein Heiratsgrund?, Forschungskolloquium, Institut für Soziologie, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz, Deutschland, 18.01.2017

Peter, Timo, 2016: What comes first? An investigation of the relationship between low education and early parenthood in Germany, Demographic Change and Policy Implications. European Population Conference 2016, European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), Mainz, Deutschland, 01.09.2016

Lutz, Katharina; Buhr, Petra; Peter, Timo, 2015: Economic resources, value transmission or social interaction? The influence of family of origin on fertility, The Power of the Family. Family influences on Long-Term Fertility Decline in Western and Eastern Societies, 1850-2010, Sociology of Consumption and Households Group, Wageningen University, Wageningen, Niederlande, 10.10.2015

Lutz, Katharina; Buhr, Petra; Peter, Timo, 2015: Economic resources, value transmission or social capital? The influence of familiy of origin on fertility, Cumulative Inequalities in the Life Course, European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR), Tallinn, Estland, 10.09.2015

Peter, Timo; Preetz, Richard; Selischew, Anastasia; Buhr, Petra; Huinink, Johannes, 2015: Partnerschaftsverläufe, Kinderwunsch und Fertilitätstrends in Deutschland. Ergebnisse aus dem deutschen Beziehungs- und Familienpanel, pairfam Befunde/2015, Universität Bremen: Peter, Timo; Preetz, Richard; Selischew, Anastasia; Buhr, Petra; Huinink, Johannes, Link (Stand: 12.03.2021)

Hiekel, Nicole; Huinink, Johannes; Peter, Timo, 2014: Combining data from the Generations and Gender Surveys and the German Family Panel to conduct comparative research on couples' and family dynamics, Technical Paper/09/2014, The Hague and Bremen: Panel Analysis of Intimate Relationships and Family Dynamics (pairfam), Link (Stand: 06.10.2017)