Francesco C. Billari
Francesco C. Billari
Professor of Demography, Bocconi University
Verified email at unibocconi.it
TitleCited byYear
The emergence of lowest‐low fertility in Europe during the 1990s
HP Kohler, FC Billari, JA Ortega
Population and development review 28 (4), 641-680, 2002
14412002
Patterns of low and lowest-low fertility in Europe
F Billari, HP Kohler
Population studies 58 (2), 161-176, 2004
6142004
Advances in development reverse fertility declines
M Myrskylä, HP Kohler, FC Billari
Nature 460 (7256), 741, 2009
5772009
Leaving home: A comparative analysis of ECHP data
A Aassve, FC Billari, S Mazzuco, F Ongaro
Journal of European social policy 12 (4), 259-275, 2002
3362002
Leaving home in Europe: The experience of cohorts born around 1960
FC Billari, D Philipov, P Baizán
International Journal of Population Geography 7 (5), 339-356, 2001
3352001
Generations and Gender Survey (GGS): Towards a better understanding of relationships and processes in the life course
A Vikat, Z Spéder, G Beets, F Billari, C Bühler, A Désesquelles, ...
Demographic research 17, 389-440, 2007
3122007
Towards a new pattern of transition to adulthood?
FC Billari, AC Liefbroer
Advances in Life Course Research 15 (2-3), 59-75, 2010
3052010
Fertility in advanced societies: A review of research
N Balbo, FC Billari, M Mills
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 29 (1), 1-38, 2013
2992013
Re‐theorizing family demographics
G Esping‐Andersen, FC Billari
Population and development review 41 (1), 1-31, 2015
2582015
Becoming an adult in Europe: A macro (/micro)-demographic perspective
F Billari
Demographic research 3, 15-44, 2004
2502004
Should I stay or should I go? The impact of age norms on leaving home
FC Billari, AC Liefbroer
Demography 44 (1), 181-198, 2007
2222007
Cohabitation, marriage, and first birth: The interrelationship of family formation events in Spain
P Baizán, A Aassve, FC Billari
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 19 (2), 147-169, 2003
2162003
Low fertility in Europe: Causes, implications and policy options
HP Kohler, FC Billari, JA Ortega
The baby bust: Who will do the work, 48-109, 2006
2152006
Strings of adulthood: A sequence analysis of young British women’s work-family trajectories
A Aassve, FC Billari, R Piccarreta
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 23 (3-4), 369-388, 2007
2052007
Agent-based computational demography: Using simulation to improve our understanding of demographic behaviour
FC Billari, A Prskawetz
Springer Science & Business Media, 2003
200*2003
Attitudes, norms and perceived behavioural control: Explaining fertility intentions in Bulgaria
FC Billari, D Philipov, MR Testa
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 25 (4), 439, 2009
1942009
Soon, later, or ever? The impact of anomie and social capital on fertility intentions in Bulgaria (2002) and Hungary (2001)
D Philipov, Z Spéder, FC Billari
Population studies 60 (3), 289-308, 2006
1872006
The analysis of early life courses: Complex descriptions of the transition to adulthood
FC Billari
Journal of population research 18 (2), 119-142, 2001
1802001
Partnership, childbearing and parenting: Trends of the 1990s
F Billari
The new demographic regime. Population challenges and policy responses 5, 63-94, 2005
172*2005
Bringing norms back in: A theoretical and empirical discussion of their importance for understanding demographic behaviour
AC Liefbroer, FC Billari
Population, space and place 16 (4), 287-305, 2010
1712010
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