n this policy brief we illustrate the advantages of the GGS by focusing on diversity in partnerships, childlessness among women and men, and the generational structure of kin networks. The analyses reported here are from seven countries for which harmonized wave 1 data (~2004) were available: Bulgaria, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, and Russia.

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Puur, A, Sakkeus, L, Schenk, N, Põldma, A, & Dykstra, P.A. (2010). Fourth Multilinks Policy Brief: New insights on kin availability, using the Generations & Gender Surveys.. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/20436