Population Studies-A Journal of Demography

(The TQCC of Population Studies-A Journal of Demography is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
All-time low period fertility in Finland: Demographic drivers, tempo effects, and cohort implications24
Over-coverage in population registers leads to bias in demographic estimates20
Children of the (gender) revolution: A theoretical and empirical synthesis of how gendered division of labour influences fertility18
Fertility preferences and subsequent childbearing in Africa and Asia: A synthesis of evidence from longitudinal studies in 28 populations18
Sex ratios and gender discrimination in Modern Greece17
Living longer but not necessarily healthier: The joint progress of health and mortality in the working-age population of England16
The relative importance of women’s education on fertility desires in sub-Saharan Africa: A multilevel analysis15
What’s so troubling about ‘voluntary’ family planning anyway? A feminist perspective15
Parity disparity: Educational differences in Nordic fertility across parities and number of reproductive partners12
Social class and fertility: A long-run analysis of Southern Sweden, 1922–201512
Trust and fertility in uncertain times11
Not the great equalizers: Covid-19, 1918–20 influenza, and the need for a paradigm shift in pandemic preparedness11
Demographic perspectives in research on global environmental change10
Explaining regional differences in mortality during the first wave of Covid-19 in Italy10
Projecting future utilization of medically assisted fertility treatments9
Families in comparison: An individual-level comparison of life-course and family reconstructions between population and vital event registers9
The effects of growing-season drought on young women’s life course transitions in a sub-Saharan context9
Employment uncertainty and fertility intentions: Stability or resilience?9
On the estimation of female births missing due to prenatal sex selection9
Age variations and population over-coverage: Is low mortality among migrants merely a data artefact?9
Has demography witnessed a data revolution? Promises and pitfalls of a changing data ecosystem8
Does schooling protect sexual health? The association between three measures of education and STIs among adolescents in Malawi8
The changing relationship between socio-economic background and family formation in four European countries7
Errors in reported ages and dates in surveys of adult mortality: A record linkage study in Niakhar (Senegal)7
Demography and the rise, apparent fall, and resurgence of eugenics7
The illusion of stable fertility preferences7
Women’s educational attainment and fertility among Generation X in the United States7
Interpregnancy intervals and perinatal and child health in Sweden: A comparison within families and across social groups7
Children’s education and parental old-age health: Evidence from a population-based, nationally representative study in India6
Theory and explanation in demography: The case of low fertility in Europe6
Unequally ageing regions of Europe: Exploring the role of urbanization6
Multi-morbidity and frailty at death: A new classification of death records for an ageing world6
The gendered widowhood effect and social mortality gap6
When is fertility too low or too high? Population policy preferences of demographers around the world6
Global and local correlations of Hajnal’s household formation markers in historical Europe: A cautionary tale5
Height and health in late eighteenth-century England5
Family embeddedness and older adult mortality in the United States5
Partnership transitions among the children of immigrants in Norway: The role of partner choice5
The politics of ageing and retirement: Evidence from Swiss referenda5
Multidimensional healthy life expectancy of the older population in China5
Demography’s theory and approach: (How) has the view from the margins changed?5
Mental health benefits of cohabitation and marriage: A longitudinal analysis of Norwegian register data5
Survival and sex composition of offspring: Individual-level responses in the quantum and tempo of childbearing during the demographic transition5