Volume 17 - Article 14 | Pages 389-440

Generations and Gender Survey (GGS): Towards a Better Understanding of Relationships and Processes in the Life Course

By Andres Vikat, Zsolt Spéder, Gijs Beets, Francesco Billari, Christoph Bühler, Aline Desesquelles, Tineke Fokkema, Jan M. Hoem, Alphonse MacDonald, Gerda Neyer, Ariane Pailhé, Antonella Pinnelli, Anne Solaz

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