Nadja Milewski
Nadja Milewski
Research Scientist, Federal Institute for Population Research, Wiesbaden
Verified email at bib.bund.de
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Family change and migration in the life course: An introduction
H Kulu, N Milewski
Demographic research 17, 567-590, 2007
3202007
First child of immigrant workers and their descendants in West Germany: Interrelation of events, disruption, or adaptation?
N Milewski
Demographic Research 17, 859-896, 2007
2352007
Fertility of immigrants: A two-generational approach in Germany
N Milewski
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
146*2009
Immigrant fertility in West Germany: Is there a socialization effect in transitions to second and third births?
N Milewski
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 26 (3), 297-323, 2010
1332010
Mixed marriages in Germany: A high risk of divorce for immigrant-native couples
N Milewski, H Kulu
European Journal of Population 30 (1), 89-113, 2014
1072014
Union Formation and Partner Choice in a Transnational Context: The Case of Descendants of Turkish Immigrants in France
N Milewski, C Hamel
International Migration Review 44 (3), 615-658, 2010
1052010
Transition to a first birth among Turkish second-generation migrants in Western Europe
N Milewski
Advances in life course research 16 (4), 178-189, 2011
742011
Family life transitions among children of immigrants: An introduction
HAG De Valk, N Milewski
Advances in Life Course Research 16 (4), 145-151, 2011
512011
Union formation and partner choice
C Hamel, D Huschek, N Milewsky, HAG Valk
The European second generation compared: does the integration context matter?, 2012
312012
Fertility patterns among Turkish women in Turkey and abroad: The effects of international mobility, migrant generation, and family background
H Baykara-Krumme, N Milewski
European Journal of Population 33 (3), 409-436, 2017
272017
Als ideal angesehen Kinderzahl sinkt unter zwei. Wandel der Normen in Deutschland und Österreich
W Lutz, N Milewski
Demografische Forschung aus erster Hand (2). Max-Planck-Institut für …, 2004
23*2004
Health inequalities of immigrants: Patterns and determinants of health expectancies of Turkish migrants living in Germany
M Carnein, N Milewski, G Doblhammer
Health among the elderly in Germany: New evidence on disease, disability and …, 2015
182015
A decade of life-course research on fertility of immigrants and their descendants in Europe
H Kulu, N Milewski, T Hannemann, J Mikolai
Demographic Research 40 (46), 1345-1374, 2019
162019
Attitudes toward Abortion among the Muslim Minority and Non-Muslim Majority in Cross-National Perspective: Can Religiosity Explain the Differences?
S Carol, N Milewski
Sociology of Religion 78 (4), 456-491, 2017
152017
Partner selection by immigrants in Germany: The impact of religious affiliation and education on age at marriage
N Milewski
Anthropologie (1962-) 41 (3), 291-294, 2003
112003
Mental health among immigrants: Is there a disadvantage in later life?
N Milewski, G Doblhammer
Health among the elderly in Germany: New evidence on disease, disability and …, 2015
92015
Internationalisierung der Migration und demographischer Wandel. Eine Einführung
F Swiazny, N Milewski
Internationalisierung: Die unterschätzte Komponente des demographischen …, 2012
82012
Too low or too high? On birthweight differentials of immigrants in Germany
N Milewski, F Peters
Comparative Population Studies 39 (1), 2014
62014
Is there an association between marital exogamy of immigrants and nonmigrants and their mental health? A two-partners approach
N Milewski, A Gawron
Demographic Research 40, 561-598, 2019
52019
Editorial on the special issue “New aspects on migrant populations in Europe: Norms, attitudes, and intentions in fertility and family planning"
N Milewski, E Mussino
Comparative Population Studies 43, 371-398, 2018
52018
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