Évelyne Lapierre-Adamcyk

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Emeritus Professor

Department of Demography
Université de Montréal
Lionel-Groulx Building, Room C-5034
3150 Jean-Brillant Street
Montréal, Québec, H3T 1N8

Tel.: 514-343-6382
E-Mail: evelyne.lapierre-adamcyk [at] umontreal.ca (Évelyne Lapierre-Adamcyk)

 

University of Montreal Profile


Based on my training in sociology and demography, my research has been focused on fertility and family studies in Quebec and Canada. Recently, my interests were centered on three themes: a) low fertility in Quebec and its relationship with the family policy; b) evolution of common law unions and its significance; c) quality of data used in family studies (surveys and censuses). I am currently professor emeritus in the Department of demography at the Université de Montréal and my research is done in collaboration with Céline Le Bourdais (McGill).

 

Research

  • Fertility
  • Family
  • Canadian Demography

 

Recent Publications

Martin, V., C. Le Bourdais et É. Lapierre-Adamcyk, 2011.  “Stepfamily Instability in Canada – The Impact of Family Composition and Union Type”, Zeitschrift für Familienforschung (Journal of Family Research), 23 (2): 196-218.

Roy, A., J. Jarry, É. Lapierre-Adamcyk et C. Le Bourdais, 2011.  Regards empiriques sur les pensions alimentaires entre ex-époux: Analyse statistique exploratoire et application simulée des Lignes directrices facultatives en matière de pensions alimentaires pour époux, Rapport soumis au ministère de la Justice du Québec, Direction des orientations et politiques, juin, 150 p. (+ annexes).

Lapierre-Adamcyk, É., 2010.  “L’évolution de la fécondité et la politique familiale québécoise”, Santé, Société et Solidarité, 2: 63-74.

Masferrer Leon, C. et É. Lapierre-Adamcyk, 2010.  “Les principaux traits de la politique familiale au Québec », Santé, Société et Solidarité, 2: 27-29.

Charton, L. & É. Lapierre-Adamcyk. 2010.  “Low Fertility and Contraceptive Sterilization: Is There a Relationship?”, Canadian Studies in Population, 37: 375-410.