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How does a negative labor demand shock impact fertility? I analyze this question in the context of the East German … fertility decline after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. I exploit differential pressure for restructuring across East …. Thus, the demand shock did not only depress the aggregate fertility level but also changed the composition of mothers. My …
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How does a negative labor demand shock impact individual-level fertility? I analyze this question in the context of the … East German fertility decline after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Exploiting di erential pressure for restructuring … an impact on completed fertility. …
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How does a negative labor demand shock impact fertility? I analyze this question in the context of the East German … fertility decline after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. I exploit differential pressure for restructuring across East …. Thus, the demand shock did not only depress the aggregate fertility level but also changed the composition of mothers. My …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011899160
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After the fall of the Berlin wall, the total fertility rate in East Germany tumbled from 1.7 (1989) to a stunning 0 … suggest that women postpone fertility when the wage penalty for time off work in the current period are high; and the … fertility decline and demonstrate that incentives in the labor market have a strong influence on fertility decisions. …
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demographic transformation in the past twenty years. On many dimensions of fertility and family formation, much of the region now … looks like Western Europe-below-replacement fertility rates, rising age at first marriage and first birth, and high and … increasing out-of-wedlock birthrates, characterize many countries formerly distinguished by replacement-level fertility and early …
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Since 1989 fertility and family formation have declined sharply in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet … Union. Fertility rates are converging on—and sometimes falling below—rates in Western Europe, most of which are below …
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We investigate the relationship between living standards and fertility, using a three-wave panel dataset from Indonesia … to provide information on women’s fertility histories and the levels of consumption expenditure in the households to … gestation lags to identify causal effects of living standards on fertility and vice versa. …
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took place in a concentrated period of time. Among the latter was a sharp fall in fertility rates, leading to a growing …
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Since 1989 fertility and family formation have declined sharply in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet … Union. Fertility rates are converging on—and sometimes falling below—rates in Western Europe, most of which are below …
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010764625