Kirk Scott
Kirk Scott
Center for economic demography, Lund University
Verified email at ekh.lu.se
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The Immigrant Experience: Changing Employment and Income Patterns in Sweden, 1970-1993.
K Scott
Lund Studies in Economic History 9, 1999
1711999
Labour-market status and first-time parenthood: The experience of immigrant women in Sweden, 1981–97
G Andersson, K Scott
Population studies 59 (1), 21-38, 2005
1472005
Childbearing dynamics of couples in a universalistic welfare state: The role of labor-market status, country of origin, and gender
G Andersson, K Scott
Demographic research 17, 897-938, 2007
1312007
The Times They Are A-Changin': Declining Immigrant Employment Opportunities in Scandinavia
M Rosholm, K Scott, L Husted
International Migration Review 40 (2), 318-347, 2006
104*2006
From boom to bust. The economic integration of immigrants in post war Sweden
T Bengtsson, C Lundh, K Scott
European migration: What do we know, 15-58, 2005
912005
A life-course study of cognitive reserve in dementia—from childhood to old age
S Dekhtyar, HX Wang, K Scott, A Goodman, I Koupil, A Herlitz
The American journal of geriatric psychiatry 23 (9), 885-896, 2015
682015
The economics of citizenship: is there a naturalization effect?
K Scott
672008
The transition to parenthood among the second generation: Evidence from Sweden, 1990–2005
K Scott, M Stanfors
Advances in Life Course Research 16 (4), 190-204, 2011
572011
Population aging and the future of the welfare state: the example of Sweden
T Bengtsson, K Scott
PoPulation and develoPment review 37, 158-170, 2011
562011
Marriage and divorce of immigrants and descendants of immigrants in Sweden
G Andersson, O Obućina, K Scott
Demographic Research 33, 31-64, 2015
482015
Immigrant consumption of sickness benefits in Sweden, 1982–1991
T Bengtsson, K Scott
The Journal of Socio-Economics 35 (3), 440-457, 2006
452006
The ageing population
T Bengtsson, K Scott
Population Ageing-A Threat to the Welfare State?, 7-22, 2010
312010
Second Generation Mothers-Do the children of immigrants adjust their fertility to host country norms?
K Scott, M Stanfors
Demographic aspects of migration, 123-152, 2010
182010
Intergenerational transmission of young motherhood. Evidence from Sweden, 1986–2009
M Stanfors, K Scott
The History of the Family 18 (2), 187-208, 2013
172013
Region of origin: Settlement decisions of Turkish and Iranian immigrants in Sweden, 1968–2001
S Aradhya, F Hedefalk, J Helgertz, K Scott
Population, Space and Place 23 (4), e2031, 2017
132017
Parents’ years in Sweden and children’s educational performance
CD Smith, J Helgertz, K Scott
IZA Journal of Migration 5 (1), 6, 2016
122016
The Times they Are A-Changin'. Organizational Change and Immigrnat Employment Opportunities in Scandinavia
M Rosholm, K Scott, L Husted
Centre for Labour Market and Social Research, Danmark- Papers, 2000
122000
Divorce risks of immigrants in Sweden
G Andersson, K Scott
Annual Conference of the Population Association of America, Dallas …, 2010
112010
Repeat immigration: A previously unobserved source of heterogeneity?
S Aradhya, K Scott, CD Smith
Scandinavian journal of public health 45 (17_suppl), 25-29, 2017
102017
Mother Tongue, Host Country Earnings, and Return Migration: Evidence from Cross-National Administrative Records
J Saarela, K Scott
International Migration Review 51 (2), 542-564, 2017
102017
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