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This paper analyzes how the distance between children and nonresident parents has changed during the last 40 years in Sweden, and how this is related to changes in child custody policies. We use population register data including exact geographical coordinates for children and their nonresident parents in the year after separation, for 1974-2011. This allows us to track developments for a longer period than that examined in any previous study. Results show a gradual decrease in distancesdoi:10.17045/sthlmuni.11931381.v1 fatcat:srrivtzumbbavbjaji6msip244