Anna Reimondos

Anna Reimondos

Position: Research Assistant
School and/or Centres: School of Demography

Email: anna.reimondos@anu.edu.au

Phone: +61 2 6125 3629

Location: Room 2012, Coombs Building #9

My main areas of research are:

  • Repartnering
  • Fertility decisions
  • Survey data quality

Zhao, Z., Y. Zhu, and A. Reimondos (2013). Could changes in reported sex ratios at birth during China’s 1958-1961 famine support the adaptive sex ratio adjustment hypothesis? Demographic Research 29(333): 885–906.

Ariane Utomo, Anna Reimondos, Iwu Dwisetyani Utomo, Peter McDonald, Terence Hull (2013). Female Migrants and the Transition to Adulthood in Greater Jakarta. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 648(1):70-86
doi: 10.1177/0002716213483427

Peter McDonald, Iwu Dwisetyani Utomo, Ariane Utomo, Anna Reimondos and Terence Hull. (2013). Migration and Transition to Adulthood: Education and Employment Outcomes among Young Migrants in Greater Jakarta. Journal of Asian Population Studies 9(1): 4-27.

McDonald, P. and A. Reimondos (2013). Relationship Pathways and First Birth in Australia, pp 69-98 in Evans, A. and J. Baxter (Eds) Negotiating the Life Course: Stability and Change in Life Pathways. Life Course Research and Social Policies, Volume 1. Dodrecht: Springer

Reimondos, A. and S. Trevenar (2013). Appendix: Negotiating the Life Course Project, in Evans, A. and J. Baxter (Eds) Negotiating the Life Course: Stability and Change in Life Pathways. Life Course Research and Social Policies, Volume 1. Dodrecht: Springer

Gray, E., S-E Khoo and A. Reimondos (2012). Participation in different types of volunteering at young, middle and older adulthood. Journal of Population Research, 29:373-398 

Z. Zhao, A. Reimondos (2012). The Demography of China’s 1958-61 Famine A Closer Examination, Population-E, 67 (2),  281-308

Reimondos, A.,  A. Evans, E. Gray (2011). Reports of relationship timing: Missing data and couple agreement. Survey Research Methods. Vol 5(2): 75-87

Reimondos, A., A. Evans and E. Gray (2011). Living-apart-together (LAT) relationships in Australia. Family Matters, 87:43-55

 

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