Albert Esteve, demographer and researcher, is director of the Center for Demographic Studies (CED). He has done research stays at the University of Minnesota, at the Institute National d'Études Démographiques in Paris and at Princeton University. He has obtained funding for research from the Government's National R&D Plan, from the Generalitat of Catalonia, and from the different framework programs of the European Union. In 2009 he obtained the WorldFam project, a Starting Grant financed by the European Research Council. He investigates aspects related to demographics, marriage formation, marriage markets, and the structure of households, both nationally and internationally. His works can be read in journals such as Annual Review of Sociology, World Development, Population Development Review or Demography, among others. He has been the editor of the European Journal of Population and he is currently the director of the European Doctoral School in Demography in Barcelona.
Esteve, A.; Permanyer, I.; Boertien, D. ; Vaupel, J. (2020) “National age and coresidence patterns shape COVID-19 vulnerability”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Esteve, A.; Reher, D.; Treviño, R.; Zueras, P.; Turu, A. (2020) “Living Alone over the Life Course: Cross-National Variations on an Emerging Issue”. Population and Development Review (International Migration: An Anthology from Population and Development Review), 46 (1): 169-189 (ISSN:1728-4457).
Esteve, A.; Lesthaeghe, R. (editors) (2016) Cohabitation and Marriage in the Americas: Geo-historical Legacies and New Trends. Springer.
Esteve, A.; García-Román, J.; Permanyer, I. (2012) “The gender-gap reversal in education and its impact on union formation: the end of hypergamy?” Population and Development Review, 38 (3): 535-546.
Esteve, A.; Lesthaeghe, R.; López-Gay, A. (2012) “The Latin American cohabitation boom, 1970-2007”. Population and Development Review, 38 (1): 55-81.