Fertility intentions and actual fertility : A complex relationship

@inproceedings{Toulemon2005FertilityIA,
  title={Fertility intentions and actual fertility : A complex relationship},
  author={Laurent Toulemon and Maria Rita Testa},
  year={2005}
}
Editorial – Fertility intentions and actual fertility: A complex relationship • Fertility intentions: a hesitant majority... p. 1 • ...which accounts for 45% of births p. 2 • Intentions, a factor among many others p. 2 • No differences between cohabiting and married couples p. 3 • The highly educated anticipate better p. 4 Box 1 – The survey on fertility intentions p.2 • Box 2 – The questions asked p. 2 C O N TE N TS People are regularly asked in sample surveys whether they wish to have… CONTINUE READING

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