Featuring talk by Associate Professor Eleonora Mussino (Stockholm University)
Date: May 22, 2023
Eleonora Mussino is Associate Professor (Docent) at the Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA). Her studies have focused mainly on international migration, one of the most important and contentious issues in contemporary European societies. She contributes to the understanding of mechanisms underlying immigrant childbearing decisions and their contributions to a country’s overall fertility rate. She also examined the provision of antenatal care and parental leave use of migrants and natives. These studies showed that strong inequalities and structural barriers persist for immigrants in many destination countries.
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