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Prof. dr. A.H. (Anne) Gauthier

Anne Gauthier

Researcher

Educational background

Affiliations

Professor of Comparative Family Studies at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Groningen

Expertise

Family policies, Comparative family studies, Time use research

Phone

++ 31 (0)70 3565200

E-mail

gauthier @ nidi.nl

Publications (selection)

Gauthier, A.H. (2016),
Governmental support for families and obstacles to fertility in East Asia and other industrialized regions. In: Rindfuss, R.R. & Choe, M.K. (Eds.), Low fertility, institutions, and their policies; variations across industrialized countries. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, p. 283-303. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. & Emery, T. (2016),
The Generations and Gender Programme: Past, present and future. Demos: bulletin on population and society 32 (7), special issue: 7. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H., Emery, T. & Bártová, A. (2016),
The labour market intentions and behaviour of stay-at-home mothers in Western and Eastern Europe. Advances in Life Course Research. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. (2015),
Documentation for the Families in the Middle (FIM) project. NIDI/ University of Calgary, 17 p. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. (2015),
Social norms, institutions and policies in low fertility countries. In: Ogawa, N. & Shah, I.H. (Eds.), Low fertility and reproductive health in East Asia. International Studies in Population, Vol. 11. Dordrecht: Springer, p. 11-30. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. (2015),
The financial situation of middle-income families in Canada and the USA: Background document to the FIM study. 10 p. [URL]
Emery, T. & Gauthier, A.H. (2014),
Understanding society through our relationships. E-data & Research 9 (Special Issue): 7. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. (2014),
Van voorloper tot achterblijver; 100 jaar zwangerschapsverlof in Nederland. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 30 (9): 1-4. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. & Emery, T. (2014),
Generations and Gender Programme: A research infrastructure for analyzing relationships over the life-course. In: A. Dusa, D. Nelle, G. Stock & G.G. Wagner (Eds.), Facing the future: European research infrastructures for the humanities and social sciences. Berlin: SCIVERO Verlag, p. 99-108. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. (2013),
Family policy and fertility: do policies make a difference? In: Buchanan, A. & Rotkirch, A., Fertility rates and population decline: no time for children? Basingstoke, UK p. 269-287.
Gauthier, A.H. & Emery, T. (2013),
Parent's chances of repartnering in a European Context. GGP Research Note 2013 (2).
Gauthier, A.H. & Emery, T. (2013),
Which Gender Equality Matters?. GGP Research Note 2013 (3).
Tramonte, L., Gauthier, A.H. & Willms, D. (2013),
Engagement and guidance: the effects of maternal parenting practices on children's development. First published online: 27 May 2013. Journal of Family Issues (): -. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. (2012),
Cross-national differences in the labour force attachment of mothers in Western and Eastern Europe. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute , 31 p. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H. & DeGusti, B. (2012),
The time allocation to children by parents in Europe. International Sociology 27 (6): 827-845. [URL]
Leigh Parsons, J., Pacholok, S., Snape, T. & Gauthier, A.H. (2012),
Trying to do more with less? Negotiating intensive mothering and financial strain in Canada. Families, Relationships and Societies 1 (3): 361-377. [URL]
Hin, S., Gauthier, A.H., Goldstein, J. & Buchler, C. (2011),
Fertility preferences: what measuring second choices teaches us. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2011 (9): 135-162. [URL]
Thévenon, O. & Gauthier, A.H. (2011),
Family policies in developed countries : a "fertility-booster" with side-effects. Community, Work & Family 14 (2): 197-216. [URL]
Thévenon, O. & Gauthier, A.H. (2011),
L'influence des politiques d'aide aux familles sur la fécondité dans les pays développés. Santé, Société et Solidarité 2010 (2): 53-62. [URL]
Davidson, R. & Gauthier, A.H. (2010),
A cross-national multi-level study of family meals. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 51 (5): 349-365. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H., Furstenberg, F.F., Pacholok, S. & Budd, J. (2010),
Investing in children's futures: the experiences of Albertan parents during a global economic crisis: final report. Calgary AB: Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research , 156 p.
Gauthier, A.H. (2010),
The impact of the economic crisis on family policies in the European Union. Brussels: European Commission , 18 p.
Gauthier, A.H. & Furstenberg, F.F. (2010),
The experience of financial strain among families with children in the United States. Bowling Green OH: National Center for Family & Marriage Researach, Bowling Green State University , 28 p.
Gauthier, A.H. & Smeeding, T. (2010),
Trends in the patterns of time-use of seniors: a cross-national comparison. In: Tuljapurkar, S., Ogawa, N. & Gauthier, A.H., Ageing in advanced industrial states: riding the age waves (vol. 3). (2010) p. 289-310.
Pacholok, S. & Gauthier, A.H. (2010),
Non-participant fathers in time-use studies: uninvolved or data artifact?. Social Indicators Research 96 (2): 249-266. [URL]
Thévenon, O. & Gauthier, A.H. (2010),
Variations de la fécondité dans les pays développés: disparités et influences des politiques d'aide aux familles. Politiques Sociales et familiales 26 (100): 7-21. [URL]
Gauthier, A.H., Chu, C.Y.C. & Tuljapurkar, S. (2006),
Introduction. In: Gauthier, A.H., Chu, C.Y.C. & Tuljapurkar, S., Allocating public and private resources across generations: riding the age waves. Volume 2. (2006) S.l. p. 1-11.
Gauthier, A. (2007),
The impact of family policies on fertility in industrialized countries: a review of the literature. Population Research and Policy Review 26.3: 323-346,
Gauthier, A., Tuljapurkar, S & Chu, C. (2006),
Riding the Age Wave: the Allocation of Public and Private Resources across Generations.
Fedick, C., Pacholok, S. & Gauthier, A. (2005),
Methodological issues related to the measurement of parental time. Electronic International Journal of Time Use Research 2.1: 67-87
Fussell, E. & Gauthier, A. (2005),
The transition to adulthood for women in the United States in comparative perspective. In F.F. Furstenberg, J., R.G. Rumbaut, & R.A. Settersen, Jr. (eds.), On the frontier of adulthood: Theory, research and public policy. University of Chicago Press, Chicago: 76-109
Gauthier, A. (2005),
Trends in policies for family-friendly societies. In The New Demographic Regime: Population Challenges and Policy Responses: 95-110
Gauthier, A. & Furstenberg F.F., Jr. (2005),
Historical trends in the patterns of time use of young adults. In F.F. Furstenberg, Jr., R.G. Rumbaut, & R.A. Settersen, Jr. (eds.), On the frontier of adulthood: Theory, research and public policy. University of Chicago Press, Chicago: 150-176
Victorino, C. & Gauthier, A. (2005),
Historical trends in the patterns of time use of seniors in Canada. Canadian Journal of Aging 24.1: 45-56
Gauthier, A., Smeeding, Timothy M. & Furstenberg, Frank F. Jr. (2004),
Are parents investing less time in children? Trends in selected industrialized countries. Population and Development Review 30.4: 647-671
Pacholok, S. & Gauthier, A. (2004),
A tale of dual-earner families in four countries. In N. Folbre and M. Bitman (eds). Family Time; The Social Organization of Care. London and NY: Routledge: 197-223
Sayer, L., Gauthier, A. & Furstenberg, F.F. Jr. (2004),
Social Class Differences in Parental Time with Children: Cross-National Variations. Journal of Marriage and the Family 66.5: 1152-1169
Gauthier, A. (2003),
Family Allowances. In P. Demeny and G. McNicoll (eds). International Encyclopedia on Population. Vol. 1.. New York: MacMillan Reference USA: 350-2
Gauthier, A. & Smeeding, T. (2003),
Time use and aging: cross-national patterns. Research on Aging 25.3: 247-274
Fussell, E. & Gauthier, A. (2003),
Families, Children, and Inequalities. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 3: 311-495
Gauthier, A. & Furstenberg, F.F. Jr. (2002),
The transition to adulthood: a time use perspective. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science March: 153-171
Millar, P. & Gauthier, A (2002),
What were they thinking? The development of child support guidelines in Canada. Canadian Journal of Law and Society 17.1: 139-162
Gauthier, A. (2002),
The promises of comparative research. Schmollers Jarbuch. Journal of Applied Social Science Studies 122: 5-20
Gauthier, A. (2002),
Family policies in industrialized countries: is there convergence? Population 57.3: 447-474
Gauthier, A. (2001),
Family policies and families' well-being: an international comparison. In G. Cleveland (ed.). Our Children's Future: Child Care Policy in Canada. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.
Gauthier, A. and Furstenberg, F.F. Jr. (2001),
Inequalities in young people's use of time: Cross-national comparisons. In K. Vleminckx and T. Smeeding (eds.). Child Well-being, Child Poverty and Child Policy in Modern Nations. What Do We Know? Bristol: Policy Press (2001)
Savolainen, J., Lahelma, E., Silventoinen, K. & Gauthier, A. (2001),
Support for working parents in Finland and the USA. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 32.1: 61-74
Gauthier, A. (1996),
The State and the Family; A Comparative Analysis of Family Policies in Industrialized Countries. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

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