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CeFH lunch seminar: Martin Dribe "SES and Fertility in a Global and Historical Perspective. Evidence from Micro-Level Population Data"

Presentation by Martin Dribe, Lund University, Sweden

Presentation by Martin Dribe, Lund University, Sweden


16. Nov | 2018

11:00-12:00
Seminar
Marcus Thranes gate 2, meeting room 2nd floor

About the speaker

Martin Dribe is professor of Economic History, specializing in Economic Demography, and Director of the Center for Economic Demography at Lund University, Sweden. His research deals with historical and contemporary economic demography covering mortality, fertility, migration, marriage and social mobility. It has been published in leading demography and economic history journals. Most of his research involves longitudinal micro-level data and he is currently PI for the Scanian Economic-Demographic Database, as well as for the research program The Rise and Fall of the Industrial City: The Landskrona Population Study (Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, 2016-2022).

Dribe has taught economic history and demography at all levels, but is currently mainly involved in the master's and PhD programs. He also supervise PhD candidates in economic history working in the field of economic demography.