Marital status, Demography, Developed country, Cohabitation and Race are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Marital status brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology, Life expectancy, Fertility and Econometrics. His studies deal with areas such as Social change, Family planning and Life course approach as well as Demography.
His Developed country research is multidisciplinary, relying on both High fertility, Social value orientations, Voluntary childlessness and Human resources. His study focuses on the intersection of Cohabitation and fields such as Research methodology with connections in the field of Socioeconomics. In his research, Ethnic group and Economic opportunity is intimately related to Socioeconomic status, which falls under the overarching field of Race.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Fertility, Statistics, Econometrics and Marital status. His Demography research integrates issues from Developed country, Demographic analysis, Birth cohort and Cohort. His Developed country research incorporates themes from Social change, Socioeconomic status and Socioeconomics.
His work on Birth rate is typically connected to Parity as part of general Fertility study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Statistics study which covers Constant that intersects with Population model and Interval. Marital status is frequently linked to Age at first marriage in his study.
His primary scientific interests are in Demography, Fertility, Cohort, Statistics and Parity. His work deals with themes such as Cohabitation, Life expectancy, Age at first marriage and Birth rate, which intersect with Demography. His Cohabitation research includes elements of Marital status, Educational attainment, Adolescent health, Ethnic group and Single mothers.
His Fertility study incorporates themes from Total fertility rate, Genealogy and Kinship. The concepts of his Cohort study are interwoven with issues in Developed country, Age specific and Birth cohort. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Composition and Constant.
Robert Schoen mostly deals with Demography, Cohort, Fertility, Cohabitation and Socioeconomic status. Robert Schoen has researched Demography in several fields, including Developed country and Age at first marriage. Robert Schoen interconnects Life expectancy and Gerontology in the investigation of issues within Cohort.
His Fertility study deals with Birth cohort intersecting with Birth rate, Baby boom and Childlessness. His work focuses on many connections between Cohabitation and other disciplines, such as Marital status, that overlap with his field of interest in Happiness, Marital satisfaction and Marital stability. His Socioeconomic status research incorporates elements of Adolescent health, Social psychology, Ethnic group and Educational attainment.
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Causes of death : life tables for national populations
Samuel H. Preston;Nathan Keyfitz;Robert Schoen.
Do fertility intentions affect fertility behavior
Robert Schoen;Nan Marie Astone;Young J. Kim;Constance A. Nathanson.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1999)
Modeling multigroup populations
Family Demography, Social Theory, and Investment in Social Capital
Nan Marie Astone;Constance A. Nathanson;Robert Schoen;Young J. Kim.
Population and Development Review (1999)
Marriage choices in North Carolina and Virginia 1969-71 and 1979-81.
Robert Schoen;John Wooldredge.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1989)
Why Do Americans Want Children
Robert Schoen;Young J. Kim;Constance A. Nathanson;Jason Fields.
Population and Development Review (1997)
The effect of attitudes and economic activity on marriage
Sharon Sassler;Robert Schoen.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1999)
Partner Choice in Marriages and Cohabitations.
Robert Schoen;Robin M. Weinick.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1993)
Women's Employment, Marital Happiness, and Divorce
Robert Schoen;Nan Marie Astone;Kendra Rothert;Nicola J. Standish.
Social Forces (2002)
Measuring the tightness of a marriage squeeze
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