Kieron Barclay
Kieron Barclay
Stockholm University and Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study (SCAS)
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Advanced Maternal Age and the Risk of Low Birth Weight and Preterm Delivery: a Within-Family Analysis Using Finnish Population Registers
A Goisis, H Remes, K Barclay, P Martikainen, M Myrskylä
American Journal of Epidemiology 186 (11), 1219–1226, 2017
812017
Advanced maternal age and offspring outcomes: reproductive aging and counterbalancing period trends
K Barclay, M Myrskylä
Population and Development Review 42 (1), 69-94, 2016
802016
Birth Order and Educational Attainment: Evidence from Fully Adopted Sibling Groups
K Barclay
Intelligence 48, 109-122, 2015
552015
A Within-Family Analysis of Birth Order and Intelligence Using Population Conscription Data on Swedish Men
K Barclay
Intelligence 49, 134-143, 2015
532015
Reproductive history and post-reproductive mortality: A sibling comparison analysis using Swedish register data
K Barclay, K Keenan, E Grundy, M Kolk, M Myrskylä
Social Science & Medicine 155, 82-92, 2016
482016
Birth Order and Mortality: A Population-based Cohort Study
KJ Barclay, M Kolk
Demography 52 (2), 613-639, 2015
482015
Peer clustering of exercise and eating behaviours among young adults in Sweden: A cross-sectional study of egocentric network data
KJ Barclay, C Edling, J Rydgren
BMC Public Health 13 (1), 1-13, 2013
332013
When and where birth spacing matters for child survival: an international comparison using the DHS
J Molitoris, K Barclay, M Kolk
Demography 56 (4), 1349-1370, 2019
302019
The effect of number of siblings on adult mortality: Evidence from Swedish registers for cohorts born between 1938 and 1972
A Baranowska-Rataj, K Barclay, M Kolk
Population Studies 71 (1), 43-63, 2017
292017
The Long-term Cognitive and Socioeconomic Consequences of Birth Intervals: A Within-family Sibling Comparison using Swedish Register Data
K Barclay, M Kolk
Demography 54 (2), 459-484, 2017
292017
Birth order and physical fitness in early adulthood: Evidence from Swedish military conscription data
K Barclay, M Myrskylä
Social Science & Medicine 123, 141-148, 2014
292014
Advantages of later motherhood
M Myrskylä, K Barclay, A Goisis
Der Gynäkologe 50 (10), 767-772, 2017
252017
Birth order and college major in Sweden
K Barclay, M Hällsten, M Myrskylä
Social Forces 96 (2), 629-660, 2017
202017
Birth intervals and health in adulthood: a comparison of siblings using Swedish register data
K Barclay, M Kolk
Demography 55 (3), 929–955, 2018
172018
Cognitive ability and fertility among Swedish men born 1951–1967: evidence from military conscription registers
M Kolk, K Barclay
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286 (1902), 2019
15*2019
Birth order and hospitalization for alcohol and narcotics use in Sweden
K Barclay, M Myrskylä, P Tynelius, D Berglind, F Rasmussen
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 167 (1), 15-22, 2016
142016
The Birth Order Paradox: Sibling Differences in Educational Attainment
K Barclay
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 54, 56-65, 2018
122018
Parity and Mortality: An Examination of Different Explanatory Mechanisms Using Data on Biological and Adoptive Parents
K Barclay, M Kolk
European Journal of Population 35 (1), 63-85, 2019
112019
Sex Composition of the Workplace and Mortality Risk
KJ Barclay
Journal of Biosocial Science 45 (6), 807-821, 2013
112013
Universal family background effects on education across and within societies
M Grätz, KJ Barclay, Ø Wiborg, T Lyngstad, A Karhula, J Erola, P Präg, ...
Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research Working Paper, 2019-007, 2019
102019
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