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Most studies on union dissolution of couples focus on explanations at the individual or household level. Consequently, our knowledge on the association between macrolevel conditions and union dissolution rates is limited. In this article, we shift our focus from individual characteristics to contextual conditions as explanations for differences in union dissolution rates. We examine the effects of macroeconomic conditions on union dissolution and control these effects for changes in thedoi:10.1093/esr/jcl013 fatcat:toymwvce5zalpjpsujl5x4sksm