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with the home country fertility norm, whereas the timing of the first two births is either unaffected or negatively …
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This paper focuses on the role of home country's fertility culture in shaping immigrants' fertility. I use the German … Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) to study completed fertility of first-generation immigrants who arrived from different countries … and in different years. The variation in total fertility rates (TFRs) across countries and over time serves as a proxy for …
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, villages, and manors in 1871 Prussia. We study religion, literacy, fertility, and group segregation by location type (town … it is in villages and manors. Finally, a larger share of Jews is associated with lower fertility in towns, which is not …
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, villages, and manors in 1871 Prussia. We study religion, literacy, fertility, and group segregation by location type (town … it is in villages and manors. Finally, a larger share of Jews is associated with lower fertility in towns, which is not …
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Muslim fertility compared to Hindus may in reality reflect significantly lower levels of daughter aversion among this …
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, villages, and manors in 1871 Prussia. We study religion, literacy, fertility, and group segregation by location type (town … it is in villages and manors. Finally, a larger share of Jews is associated with lower fertility in towns, which is not …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10012207539
, villages, and manors in 1871 Prussia. We study religion, literacy, fertility, and group segregation by location type (town … it is in villages and manors. Finally, a larger share of Jews is associated with lower fertility in towns, which is not …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10012213131
This paper focuses on the role of the home country's birth rates in shaping immigrant fertility. We use the German … Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) to study completed fertility of first generation immigrants who arrived from different countries …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010294702