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Georgia Verropoulou
Georgia Verropoulou
Associate Professor of Demography, University of Piraeus
Verified email at unipi.gr
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Incomplete reporting of men’s fertility in the United States and Britain: A research note
MS Rendall, L Clarke, HE Peters, N Ranjit, G Verropoulou
Demography 36 (1), 135-144, 1999
3091999
Increasingly heterogeneous ages at first birth by education in Southern European and Anglo-American family-policy regimes: A seven-country comparison by birth cohort
M Rendall, E Aracil, C Bagavos, C Couet, A DeRose, P DiGiulio, ...
Population studies 64 (3), 209-227, 2010
992010
Diverse family living situations and child development: a multi-level analysis comparing longitudinal evidence from Britain and the United States
H Joshi, EC Cooksey, RD Wiggins, A McCulloch, G Verropoulou, L Clarke
International Journal of Law, Policy and the family 13 (3), 292-314, 1999
941999
Maternal employment and child outcomes: Analysis of two birth cohort studies
H Joshi, G Verropoulou
The Smith Institute, 2000
852000
Key elements composing self-rated health in older adults: a comparative study of 11 European countries
G Verropoulou
European Journal of Ageing 6, 213-226, 2009
722009
Determinants of change in self-rated health among older adults in Europe: a longitudinal perspective based on SHARE data
G Verropoulou
European journal of ageing 9, 305-318, 2012
662012
Fathers and absent fathers: Sociodemographic similarities in Britain and the United States
L Clarke, EC Cooksey, G Verropoulou
Demography 35, 217-228, 1998
621998
Disability trends among older adults in ten European countries over 2004–2013, using various indicators and Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) data
G Verropoulou, C Tsimbos
Ageing & Society 37 (10), 2152-2182, 2017
562017
Childcare and mothers’ employment: approaching the millennium
K Hansen, H Joshi, G Verropoulou
National institute economic review 195, 84-102, 2006
542006
Does mother’s employment conflict with child development? Multilevel analysis of British mothers born in 1958
G Verropoulou, H Joshi
Journal of Population Economics 22, 665-692, 2009
502009
Does mothers' employment affect children's development? Evidence from the children of the British 1970 Birth Cohort and the American NLSY79
E Cooksey, H Joshi, G Verropoulou
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 1 (1), 95-115, 2009
502009
Migration, family structure and children's well‐being: A multi‐level analysis of the second generation of the 1958 Birth Cohort Study
G Verropoulou, H Joshi, RD Wiggins
Children & Society 16 (4), 219-231, 2002
472002
Native and Migrant Fertility Patterns in Greece: A Cohort Approach: Fécondité des autochtones et des immigrées en Grèce: une approche par génération
C Bagavos, C Tsimbos, G Verropoulou
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 24, 245-263, 2008
462008
‘Maternity migration’and the increased sex ratio at birth in Hong Kong SAR
S Basten, G Verropoulou
Population studies 67 (3), 323-334, 2013
412013
Socio-demographic and health-related factors affecting depression of the Greek population in later life: an analysis using SHARE data
G Verropoulou, C Tsimbos
European Journal of Ageing 4, 171-181, 2007
352007
Specific versus general self-reported health indicators predicting mortality among older adults in Europe: disparities by gender employing SHARE longitudinal data
G Verropoulou
International journal of public health 59, 665-678, 2014
342014
Demographic and socioeconomic determinants of low birth weight and preterm births among natives and immigrants in Greece: an analysis using nationwide vital registration micro-data
C Tsimbos, G Verropoulou
Journal of Biosocial Science 43 (3), 271-283, 2011
322011
A re-interpretation of the ‘two-child norm’in post-transitional demographic systems: fertility intentions in Taiwan
S Basten, G Verropoulou
PLoS One 10 (8), e0135105, 2015
292015
Differentials in sex ratio at birth among natives and immigrants in Greece: An analysis employing nationwide micro-data
G Verropoulou, C Tsimbos
Journal of Biosocial Science 42 (3), 425-430, 2010
242010
Socio-economic inequalities in physical functioning: a comparative study of English and Greek elderly men
F Tabassum, G Verropoulou, C Tsimbos, E Gjonca, E Breeze
Ageing & Society 29 (7), 1123-1140, 2009
242009
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