Zachary Van Winkle
Zachary Van Winkle
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Sciences Po Paris
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Family trajectories across time and space: Increasing complexity in family life courses in Europe?
Z Van Winkle
Demography 55 (1), 135-164, 2018
Complexity in employment life courses in Europe in the twentieth century—Large cross-national differences but little change across birth cohorts
Z Van Winkle, A Fasang
Social Forces 96 (1), 1-30, 2017
Parenthood wage gaps across the life course: A comparison by gender and race
Z Van Winkle, AE Fasang
Journal of Marriage and Family 82 (5), 1515-1533, 2020
Family policies and family life course complexity across 20th-century Europe
Z Van Winkle
Journal of European Social Policy 30 (3), 320-338, 2020
When working isn’t enough: Family demographic processes and in-work poverty across the life course in the United States
Z Van Winkle, E Struffolino
Demographic Research 39, 365-380, 2018
The unexpected decline in feelings of depression among adults ages 50 and older in 11 European countries amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Z Van Winkle, E Ferragina, E Recchi
Socius 7, 23780231211032741, 2021
Family size and economic wellbeing following divorce: The United States in comparative perspective
Z Van Winkle, T Leopold
Social Science Research 96, 102541, 2021
The complexity of employment and family life courses across 20 th century Europe
Z Van Winkle, AE Fasang
Demographic Research 44, 775-810, 2021
Among friends: The role of academic-preparedness diversity in individual performance within a small-group STEM learning environment
M Micari, Z Van Winkle, P Pazos
International Journal of Science Education 38 (12), 1904-1922, 2016
Women’s family and employment life courses across twentieth-century Europe: The role of policies and norms
H Zagel, Z Van Winkle
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 29 (2 …, 2022
Using sequence analysis to test if human life histories are coherent strategies
P Sheppard, Z Van Winkle
Evolutionary Human Sciences 2, e39, 2020
Family demographic processes and in-work poverty: A systematic review
A Polizzi, E Struffolino, Z Van Winkle
Advances in Life Course Research 52, 100462, 2022
Does parental separation lower genetic influences on children's school performance?
T Baier, Z Van Winkle
Journal of Marriage and Family 83 (3), 898-917, 2021
Early family life course standardization in Sweden: the role of compositional change
Z Van Winkle
European Journal of Population 36 (4), 765-798, 2020
Gender and race differences in pathways out of in-work poverty in the US
E Struffolino, Z Van Winkle
Social Science Research 99, 102585, 2021
Intergenerational patterns of family formation in East and West Germany
Z Van Winkle, AE Fasang, M Raab
Family size and parental wealth: The role of family transfers in Europe
Z Van Winkle, C Monden
European Journal of Population 38 (3), 401-428, 2022
The Erasmus Citizen: students’ conceptions of citizenship identity in the Erasmus Mobility Programme in Germany
B Streitwieser, Z Van Winkle
Internationalisation of higher education and global mobility, 2014
Genome-Wide Heritability Estimates for Family Life Course Complexity
Z Van Winkle, D Conley
Demography 58 (4), 1575-1602, 2021
Do parental resources moderate the relationship between women’s income and timing of parenthood?
H Pöyliö, Z Van Winkle
Advances in Life Course Research 39, 1-12, 2019
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