Finnish Yearbook of Population Research

is a peer reviewed, open access journal published by the Population Research Institute of the Family Federation of Finland (Väestöliitto) in collaboration with with The Finnish Demographic Society and The Institute of Migration. The Yearbook, published since 1946, deals with a wide range of global demographic issues as well as current population trends in Finland, Scandinavia, the Baltic countries, and other parts of Europe. Updated population data on Finland and bibliography of Finnish population research are also regularly included in the journal.

Vol 48 (2013)

Table of Contents


Partnership in Europe; its Variety, Trends and Dissolution PDF
David Coleman 5-49
Skewed Marriage Markets and Sex Ratios of Finnish People in their Twenties PDF
Lassi Lainiala, Anneli Miettinen 51-63
Analyzing the Transformation of China’s First Marriage Pattern Using Nuptiality Tables PDF
Yan Wei, Quanbao Jiang, Stuart Basten 65-75
Trade Union Responses to Labour Immigrants: Selective Solidarity PDF
Rolle Alho 77-102
Women’s Career Strategy Choices and Fertility in Finland PDF
Elina Schleutker 103-126
Postponing Births – Comparing Reasons Among Women in St Petersburg, Estonia and Finland PDF
Elena Regushevskaya, Elina Hemminki, Reija Klemetti, Anna Rotkirch, Helle Karro, Elina Haavio-Mannila, Anneli Miettinen 127-145
Absent or Ambivalent Mothers and Avoidant Children – An Evolutionary Reading of Zhang Kangkang’s Motherhood Stories PDF
Qingbo Xu 147-168
Young Adults Failure to Thrive Syndrome PDF
Warren C. Sanderson, Vegard Skirbekk, Marcin Stonawski 169-187
Regional Differences of Child Under-Nutrition in Bangladesh PDF
Byomkesh Talukder 189-201