Version 1.0.0. WZB Berlin Social Science Center. Dataset
This archive includes all data compiled in the course of a systematic review on the association between family demographic processes and in-work poverty that represents the empirical material used in the paper
Polizzi, Struffolino, Van Winkle. 2020. “Family Demographic Processes and In-Work Poverty. A Systematic Review.” SocArXiv https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/zncaq
The systematic review aims at locating empirical results on these associations within a common grid to summarize the findings with respect to five family demographic processes: parental home leaving, cohabitation, parenthood and subsequent births, union formation, and union dissolution. We concentrate on empirical studies on in-work poverty in OECD and EU-28 countries without any restriction on the year of publication.
In the first part of the systematic review, we provide a quantitative review of results from a comparative pool of cross-sectional analyses. In the second part of the systematic review, we perform a narrative review of the literature that pays special attention to recent research implementing a longitudinal design with household panel data and to alternative operationalizations of pivotal variables.
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Polizzi, Antonino; Struffolino, Emanuela; van Winkle, Zachary (2020): Systematic review on family demographic processes and in-work poverty. Version 1.0.0. WZB Berlin Social Science Center. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.7802/2041