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Anna Matysiak
Anna Matysiak
Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw
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Fertility and Women’s Employment: A Meta-analysis: Fécondité et travail des femmes: une méta-analyse
A Matysiak, D Vignoli
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 24, 363-384, 2008
3652008
Poland: Fertility decline as a response to profound societal and labour market changes?
I Kotowska, J Jóźwiak, A Matysiak, A Baranowska
Demographic research 19, 795-854, 2008
2762008
The Great Recession and Fertility in Europe: A Sub-national Analysis
A Matysiak, T Sobotka, D Vignoli
European Journal of Population, 2020
2492020
The educational gradient in marital disruption: A meta-analysis of European research findings
A Matysiak, M Styrc, D Vignoli
Population Studies 68 (2), 197-215, 2014
1932014
The motherhood wage penalty: A meta-analysis
E Cukrowska-Torzewska, A Matysiak
Social science research 88, 102416, 2020
1632020
Finding their way? female employment patterns in West Germany, East Germany, and Poland
A Matysiak, S Steinmetz
European sociological review 24 (3), 331-345, 2008
1622008
Diverse paths into childlessness over the life course
M Mynarska, A Matysiak, A Rybińska, V Tocchioni, D Vignoli
Advances in life course research 25, 35-48, 2015
1482015
Interdependencies between fertility and women's labour supply
A Matysiak
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
1272011
Diverse effects of women’s employment on fertility: Insights from Italy and Poland: Diverses conséquences de l’emploi des femmes sur la fécondité: Quelques informations à …
A Matysiak, D Vignoli
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 29, 273-302, 2013
1222013
Employment instability and fertility in Europe: A meta-analysis
G Alderotti, D Vignoli, M Baccini, A Matysiak
Demography 58 (3), 871-900, 2021
1182021
Policy responses to low fertility: How effective are they
T Sobotka, A Matysiak, Z Brzozowska
United Nations Population Fund 98, 2019
1162019
Employment first, then childbearing: Women's strategy in post-socialist Poland
A Matysiak
Population studies 63 (3), 253-276, 2009
1152009
Country-specific conditions for work and family reconciliation: An attempt at quantification
A Matysiak, D Węziak-Białowolska
European Journal of Population 32, 475-510, 2016
1122016
Second European quality of life survey: Family life and work
IE Kotowska, A Matysiak, M Styrc, A Pailhe, A Solaz
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2010
108*2010
Partners’ educational pairings and fertility across Europe
N Nitsche, A Matysiak, J Van Bavel, D Vignoli
Demography 55, 1195-1232, 2018
992018
Is Poland really ‘immune’to the spread of cohabitation?
A Matysiak
Demographic research 21, 215-234, 2009
992009
Does parenthood increase happiness? Evidence for Poland
A Baranowska, A Matysiak
Vienna Yearbook of population research, 307-325, 2011
852011
Work–family conflict moderates the relationship between childbearing and subjective well-being
A Matysiak, L Mencarini, D Vignoli
European Journal of Population 32, 355-379, 2016
832016
The positive impact of women’s employment on divorce: Context, selection, or anticipation?
D Vignoli, A Matysiak, M Styrc, V Tocchioni
Demographic research 38, 1059-1110, 2018
822018
Does lone motherhood decrease women’s happiness? Evidence from qualitative and quantitative research
A Baranowska-Rataj, A Matysiak, M Mynarska
Journal of Happiness Studies 15, 1457-1477, 2014
722014
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