Housing wealth, fertility intentions and fertility

  title={Housing wealth, fertility intentions and fertility},
  author={Kadir Atalay and Ang Li and Stephen Whelan},
  journal={Journal of Housing Economics},
4 Citations
How Media Use Influences the Fertility Intentions Among Chinese Women of Reproductive Age: A Perspective of Social Trust
Background The low fertility level has become a serious social problem in China. Previous research has argued the significant influence of media use and social trust on fertility intentions, but the
The Dynamics of Family Formation and Dissolution
  • B. Hewitt
  • Business
    Australian Economic Review
  • 2021
The HILDA Survey has provided an unprecedented opportunity to investigate the determinants and consequences of family formation and dissolution in Australia. This review gives an overview of this
Housing wealth and fertility: evidence from China


Do Family Wealth Shocks Affect Fertility Choices? Evidence from the Housing Market
Abstract This paper uses wealth changes driven by housing market variation to estimate the effect of family resources on fertility decisions. Using data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, we
Housing Wealth, Property Taxes, and Labor Supply among the Elderly
We investigate the relationship between housing wealth, property taxes, and elderly labor supply using longitudinal data from the Health and Retirement Survey spanning the recent boom/bust housing
House Prices and Marital Stability
We investigate the effect of house price changes on divorce using data for 1991-2010 from the Current Population Survey and the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Our findings suggest that changing
The effect of house prices on fertility: evidence from Canada
Abstract Persistent house price increases are a likely candidate for consideration in fertility decisions. Theoretically, higher housing prices will cause renters to desire fewer additional children,
Do fertility intentions affect fertility behavior
This paper examines the relationship between fertility intentions and fertility behavior using the data from the National Survey of Families and Households with a sample of 2812 non-Hispanic Whites.
The Effect of Housing Wealth on College Choice: Evidence from the Housing Boom
We use NLSY97 data to examine how home price variation affects the quality of postsecondary schools students attend. We find a $10,000 increase in housing wealth increases the likelihood of public
House price shocks, negative equity and household consumption in the United Kingdom
We examine the impact of unanticipated housing capital gains on consumption behavior using data from the British Household Panel Survey and county-level house price data. We condition the models on
Do Wealth Shocks Affect Health? New Evidence from the Housing Boom
In UK household, panel data house price increases, which endow owners with greater wealth, lower the likelihood of home owners exhibiting a range of non‐chronic health conditions and improve their self‐assessed health with no effect on their psychological health.
Do women delay family formation in expensive housing markets?
  • W. Clark
  • Economics
    Demographic research
  • 2012
The relatively modest fit of individual models suggest that while the housing market may play a role it is also clear that there is a complex structure to the decision- making around fertility, labor force participation and housing market entry.