The Role of Institutional Context in European Regional Fertility Patterns

@inproceedings{Adkins2004TheRO,
  title={The Role of Institutional Context in European Regional Fertility Patterns},
  author={Daniel Adkins},
  year={2004}
}
Northwestern Europe has been known historically as the leading edge of the fertility decline associated with the demographic transition, with Southern and Eastern Europe later following a similar trajectory. However, in the 1980s through most of the 1990s, Northwestern Europe’s TFR rose quickly, while Southern Europe’s remained at very low below replacement levels and Eastern Europe’s actually declined further. Using microdata from the Luxembourg Income Surveys (LIS), in conjunction with… CONTINUE READING

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