Martin Kolk is currently working as a research fellow and Docent (Associate Professor) at the Demography Unit at Stockholm University. He is particularly interested in kinship and intergenerational demography, but has also published on historical demography, family and mortality, union formation, and cultural and genetic evolutionary approaches to demography. Currently most of his research is focused on long term demographic change using linked micro-level data from Northern Sweden from the 1700s to today.
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Articles by Martin Kolk
15 January 2019 | research article
19 October 2018 | descriptive finding
04 January 2015 | descriptive finding