Daniele Vignoli is Professor of Demography at the University of Florence, where he teaches, among other courses, Family Demography and Longitudinal Data Analysis. He is President of the Italian Association for Population Studies, Scientific Director of the PhD Program in Life Course Research, Scientific Coordinator of the University of Florence Population and Society Unit, and co-director of the initiative Florence Population Studies (FloPS), a collaboration between the European University Institute and the University of Florence. In 2017, he acquired an ERC Consolidator Grant on Economic Uncertainty and Fertility in Europe. Currently, he is the scientific coordinator of the Research Programme Age-It, Ageing Well in an Ageing Society funded by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (~115 mil Euros). He is Editor-in-Chief of GENUS – Journal of Population Sciences. His research addresses: Family demography; Social demography; Life course. In 2020, he received the Dirk J. van de Kaa Award for Social Demography from the European Association for Population Studies.
Fertility and Media Narratives of the Economy: Evidence from the Italian News Coverage. In: Demography, 2023.
The changing association between homeownership and the transition to parenthood. In: Demography, 2021.
THE NARRATIVE FRAMEWORK:
— Uncertainty and Narratives of the Future. A Theoretical Framework for Contemporary Fertility. In: R. Schoen [Ed.], Analysing Contemporary Fertility, Springer, 2020.
— Narratives of the Future Affect Fertility: Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment. In: European Journal of Population, 2020.
— Narratives of the future and fertility decision-making in uncertain times. An application to the COVID-19 pandemic. In: Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 2022.
— The Impact of Narratives of the Future on Fertility Intentions in Norway. In: Journal of Marriage and Family, 2022.
— The Agency of Fertility Plans. In: Frontiers in Sociology, 2022.
— Perceived economic uncertainty and fertility intentions in couples: A dyadic extension of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. In: Journal of Family and Economic Issues, in press.
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