Nicole Hiekel
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Understanding diversity in the meaning of cohabitation across Europe
N Hiekel, AC Liefbroer, AR Poortman
European Journal of Population 30 (4), 391-410, 2014
Grasping the diversity of cohabitation: Fertility intentions among cohabiters across Europe
N Hiekel, T Castro‐Martín
Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (3), 489-505, 2014
Generations and Gender Programme Wave 1 data collection: An overview and assessment of sampling and fieldwork methods, weighting procedures, and cross-sectional representativeness
T Fokkema, A Kveder, N Hiekel, T Emery, AC Liefbroer
Demographic Research 34, 499-524, 2016
The social stratification of choice in the transition to adulthood
FC Billari, N Hiekel, AC Liefbroer
European Sociological Review 35 (5), 599-615, 2019
Income pooling strategies among cohabiting and married couples: A comparative perspective
N Hiekel, AC Liefbroer, AR Poortman
Demographic Research 30, 1527-1560, 2014
Risk-avoidance or utmost commitment: Dutch focus group research on views on cohabitation and marriage
N Hiekel, R Keizer
Demographic Research 32 (10), 311-340, 2015
The different meanings of cohabitation across Europe: How cohabiters view their unions and differ in their plans and behaviors
N Hiekel
The long-term costs of family trajectories: Women's later life employment and earnings across Europe
JS Muller, N Hiekel, AC Liefbroer
Demography, 2020
Marriage and separation risks among German cohabiters: Differences between types of cohabiter
N Hiekel, AC Liefbroer, AR Poortman
Population Studies 69 (2), 237-251, 2015
Love. Break up. Repeat: The prevalence and stability of serial cohabitation among West German women and men born in the early 1970s
N Hiekel, BE Fulda
Demographic Research 39, 855-870, 2018
Mental health before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: The role of partnership and parenthood status in growing disparities between types of families
N Hiekel, M Kühn
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 63 (4), 594-609, 2022
Individualized relationship practices and union dissolution. Differences between marriage and cohabitation.
N Hiekel, M Wagner
European Sociological Review (in press), 2020
Transition from cohabitation to marriage. The role of marital attitudes in seven western and Eastern European countries
Z Žilinčíková, N Hiekel
Comparative Population Studies 43, 2018
Childhood family structure and complexity in partnership life courses
N Hiekel, S Vidal
Social Science Research, 2019
The social stratification of choice in the transition to adulthood: A comparative perspective
FC Billari, N Hiekel, AC Liefbroer
Population Association of America 2015 Annual Meeting, 2015
Changes in Perceived Fairness of Division of Household Labor Across Parenthood Transitions: Whose Relationship Satisfaction Is Impacted?
N Hiekel, K Ivanova
Journal of Family Issues 44 (4), 1046-1073, 2023
Combining data from the Generations and Gender Surveys and the German Family Panel to conduct comparative research on couples' and family dynamics
N Hiekel, J Huinink, T Peter
Gender Inequality in Childcare and Parental Mental Health During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Germany: Do Gender Role Attitudes Matter?
N Hiekel, M Kühn
Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, 2023
Understanding the Mechanisms of Intergenerational Social Inequality in Demographic Behavior
N Hiekel
Social Background and the Demographic Life Course: Cross-National …, 2021
Report on the methodological evaluation of the GGS questionnaire
JJ Hox, E de Leeuw, A Kveder, AC Liefbroer, A Aassve, G Petric, ...
Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI), 2010
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