Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/251888
Year of Publication: 
2022
Citation: 
[Journal:] Advances in Life Course Research [ISSN:] 1040-2608 [Volume:] 52 [Article No.:] 100462 [Publisher:] Elsevier [Place:] Amsterdam [Year:] 2022 [Pages:] --
Publisher: 
Elsevier, Amsterdam
Abstract: 
This article reviews ever published quantitative evidence on in-work poverty and family demographic processes in OECD and EU-28 countries. Despite the increasing attention to in-work poverty in Europe and beyond, a comprehensive and critical review on how family demographic processes shape in-work poverty risks is still missing. In this systematic review, we first provide a quantitative review of results from analyses that estimated the association between in-work poverty and parental home leaving, union formation, marriage, parenthood, and dissolution of non-marital and marital unions. This allows us to formulate tentative conclusions about whether and in which direction family demographic processes are associated with in-work poverty. Second, we discuss in detail conceptual and methodological advances in in-work poverty research, such as longitudinal analytical designs or attempts to make in-work poverty research more sensitive to policy context, gender, and the life course. Our review highlights theoretical and methodological challenges for future studies linking in-work poverty and family demography.
Subjects: 
in-work poverty
family demography
systematic review
cross-national
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Document Type: 
Article
Document Version: 
Accepted Manuscript (Postprint)

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