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Zachary Van Winkle



Van Winkle, Z. & Fasang, A. (Forthcoming). Parenthood Wage Gaps across the Life Course: A Comparison by Gender and Race. The Journal of Marriage and Family.


Baier, T & Van Winkle, Z. (Forthcoming). Does Parental Separation lower Genetic Influences on Children’s School-Related Skills? The Journal of Marriage and Family.


Scheppard, P. & Van Winkle, Z. (Forthcoming). Are human life histories really coherent strategies? Using sequence analysis to empirically test a widespread theoretical assumption. Evolutionary Human Sciences. Preprint:

Van Winkle, Z. (2020). Family Life Course Standardization in Sweden: the Role of Compositional Change. The European Journal of Population.


Zagel, H & Van Winkle, Z. (2020). Women’s family and employment life courses across twentieth century Europe: the role of policies and norms. Social Politics.


Van Winkle, Z. (2019). Family Policies and the Complexity of Family Life Courses in 20th Century Europe. Journal of European Social Policy.

Pöyliö, H., & Van Winkle, Z. (2019). Do Parental Resources Moderate the Relationship Between Women’s Income and Timing of Parenthood? Advances in Life Course Research.


Van Winkle, Z., & Struffolino, E. (2018). When working isn’t enough: Family demographic processes and in-work poverty across the life course in the United States. Demographic Research, 39, 365–380.


Van Winkle, Z. (2018). Family Trajectories Across Time and Space: Increasing Complexity in Family Life Courses in Europe? Demography, 55(1), 135–164.


Van Winkle, Z., & Fasang, A. (2017). Complexity in Employment Life Courses in Europe in the Twentieth Century—Large Cross-National Differences but Little Change across Birth Cohorts. Social Forces, 96(1), 1–30.


Micari, M.; Van Winkle, Z. & Pazos, P. (2016): Among friends: the role of academic-preparedness diversity in individual performance within a small-group STEM learning environment. International Journal of Science Education, 38(12), 1904-1922. doi:10.1080/09500693.2016.1218091.








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