Joshua R. Goldstein
Joshua R. Goldstein
Chancellor's Professor of Demography, University of California, Berkeley
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Marriage delayed or marriage forgone? New cohort forecasts of first marriage for US women
JR Goldstein, CT Kenney
American Sociological Review, 506-519, 2001
9022001
The end of “lowest‐low” fertility?
JR Goldstein, T Sobotka, A Jasilioniene
Population and development review 35 (4), 663-699, 2009
6532009
The emergence of sub-replacement family size ideals in Europe
J Goldstein, W Lutz, MR Testa
Population research and policy review 22 (5-6), 479-496, 2003
5242003
The leveling of divorce in the United States
JR Goldstein
Demography 36 (3), 409-414, 1999
2761999
Fertility reactions to the ‘Great Recession’ in Europe: Recent evidence from order-specific data
JR Goldstein, M Kreyenfeld, A Jasilioniene, DK Örsal
Demographic Research 29, 85-104, 2013
2222013
How 4.5 million Irish immigrants became 40 million Irish Americans: Demographic and subjective aspects of the ethnic composition of white Americans
M Hout, JR Goldstein
American Sociological Review, 64-82, 1994
1991994
New cohort fertility forecasts for the developed world: Rises, falls, and reversals
M Myrskylä, JR Goldstein, YA Cheng
Population and Development Review 39 (1), 31-56, 2013
185*2013
Has East Germany overtaken West Germany? Recent trends in order‐specific fertility
JR Goldstein, M Kreyenfeld
Population and development review 37 (3), 453-472, 2011
1822011
The multiple-race population of the United States: Issues and estimates
JR Goldstein, AJ Morning
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (11), 6230-6235, 2000
1002000
Introduction: How to deal with uncertainty in population forecasting?
W Lutz, JR Goldstein
International Statistical Review 72 (1), 1-4, 2004
902004
The increasing importance of economic conditions on fertility
DDK Orsal, JR Goldstein
Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Dallas, Texas, 2010
852010
Kinship networks that cross racial lines: the exception or the rule?
JR Goldstein
Demography 36 (3), 399-407, 1999
841999
Spotlight on heterogeneity: The federal standards for racial and ethnic classification
B Edmonston, JT Lott, J Goldstein
National Academies, 1996
811996
Spotlight on heterogeneity: The federal standards for racial and ethnic classification
B Edmonston, JT Lott, J Goldstein
National Academies, 1996
811996
Relationships between period and cohort life expectancy: Gaps and lags
JR Goldstein, KW Wachter
Population Studies 60 (3), 257-269, 2006
802006
Parenting across racial and class lines: Assortative mating patterns of new parents who are married, cohabiting, dating or no longer romantically involved
JR Goldstein, K Harknett
Social Forces 85 (1), 121-143, 2006
662006
A long‐standing demographic East–West divide in Germany
S Klüsener, JR Goldstein
Population, Space and Place 22 (1), 5-22, 2016
632016
A secular trend toward earlier male sexual maturity: evidence from shifting ages of male young adult mortality
JR Goldstein
PloS one 6 (8), e14826, 2011
572011
Familie und Partnerschaft in Ost-und Westdeutschland
J Goldstein, M Kreyenfeld, J Huinink, D Konietzka, H Trappe
Ergebnisse im Rahmen des Projektes „Demographic Differences in Life Course …, 2010
572010
Spatial analysis of the causes of fertility decline in Prussia
JR Goldstein, S Klüsener
Population and Development Review 40 (3), 497-525, 2014
56*2014
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