The Families in Context project seeks to collaborate with prominent researchers and institutions on topics where they are world experts.

The Polish migrant survey
Marek Okólski (University of Warsaw)

Irena Kotowska (Warsaw School of Economics)

The family ties of “old” migrants
Bernhard Nauck (Technical University Chemnitz)

Helga de Valk (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute)

Explanations for why family members help each other
Matthijs Kalmijn (University of Amsterdam)

Gender inequalities linked with payments for care versus care leaves
Chiara Saraceno (Collegio Carlo Alberti, Turin)

Caring men
Gunhild Hagestad (Norwegian Social Research)

Katharina Herlofson (Norwegian Social Research)

Rick Settersten (Oregon State University, Portland)

Family complexity 
Katya Ivanova (University of Amsterdam)

Methods for cross-national research
Arnstein Aassve (Bocconi University, Milan)

Panel of country experts
The above mentioned researchers will form a panel of country experts together with;

Cornelia Mureşan (Universitatea Babes Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca)

Luule Sakkeus (Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre)

Contexts of opportunity
Aat Liefboer

SHARE – Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe

Multilinks project

BHPS (British Household Panel Survey)

GGS (Generations and Gender Survey)