Publications

Greulich, O. Thévenon, M. Guergoat-Larivière (2017): “Employment and second childbirths in Europe.” Population, forthcoming.

D’Albis, P. Gobbi, A. Greulich (2017): “Having a Second Child and Access to Childcare: Evidence from European Countries.” Journal of Demographic Economics, forthcoming.

Greulich, A. Dasré (2017): “Quality of Periodic Fertility Measures in EU-SILC.” Demographic Research, Vol. 36, Art. 17, pages 525-556

D’Albis, A. Greulich, G. Ponthière (2017): “Education, Labour, and the Demographic Consequences of Births Postponement in Europe.” Demographic Research, Vol. 36, Art. 23, pages 691-728.

Rendall, A. Greulich (2016): ”Multiple imputation for demographic hazard models with left-censored predictor variables. Application to employment duration and fertility in the EU-SILC.” Demographic Research, Vol. 35, Art. 38, pages 1135-1148.

Greulich, A. Dasré, C. Inan (2016): “Two or Three Children? Turkish Fertility at a Crossroads” Population and Development Review, 42(3): 537-559, September 2016.

Greulich (2016): « Rebond de la fécondité » dans les pays développés, automatisme ou apanage de quelques rares privilégiés ? » Revue d’Economie Financière n° 122, pages 57-68.

H. d’Albis, A. Greulich,  G. Ponthière (2015):Avoir un enfant plus tard. Enjeux socio-démographiques du report des naissances.Opuscule du CEPREMAP.

A. Luci-Greulich, O. Thévenon (2014): “Does economic development ‘cause’ a re-increase in fertility? An empirical analysis for OECD countries (1960-2007)”, European Journal of Population, Vol. 30, pp.187-221.

A. Luci-Greulich, O. Thévenon (2013): “The impact of family policy packages on fertility trends in developed countries.” European Journal of Population, Vol. 29 N° 2, 2013.

H. d’Albis, A. Greulich (2013) : « Pour une politique familiale efficace », Problèmes Economiques, Dossier Journées de l’Economie de Lyon 2013 (JECO), pp. 53-59.

O. Thévenon, A. Luci (2012) : “Reconciling work, family and child outcomes: What implications for family support policies?” Population Research and Policy Review, September 2012.

A. Luci, J. Jütting, C. Morrisson (2012): “Why do so many women end up in bad jobs? A cross country assessment for developing countries.” The European Journal of Development Research Vol 24 N°4, September 2012.

A. Luci (2012): “Pourquoi est-il vraiment nécessaire de remettre en cause la fiscalité familiale? » Revue Forum 3/2012.

A. Luci, O. Thévenon (2011): “Does economic development explain the fertility rebound in OECD countries? ” Population & Societies, september 2011.

A Luci (2011): “Frauen auf dem Arbeitsmarkt in Deutschland und Frankreich – Warum es Französinnen besser gelingt, Familie und Beruf zu vereinbaren.“(Reconciliation possibilities in France and Germany) Report for the  Friedrich Ebert Foundation;

French Version: «Les femmes sur le marché du travail en Allemagne et en France. Pourquoi les Françaises réussissent mieux à concilier famille et emploi.»

A. Luci (2010): „Finanzielle Familienunterstützung und deren Auswirkung auf die Arbeitsmarktbeteiligung von Müttern in Deutschland und Frankreich. Hat Frankreich die Nase vorn?“ (The impact of financial support for families on mothers’ labour supply) Journal of Social Policy Research (Zeitschrift für Sozialreform) 56 (2010), 1, S. 3-28.

A. Luci (2009): “Female labour market participation and economic growth.” International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Vol. 4, nos 2/3.

A. Greulich (maiden name) (2008): «Les politiques familiales en France et en Allemagne. Quelles différences ? Quelles pistes de réforme ?», Horizons Stratégiques n° 7, CAS du Premier Ministre, France.

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