Deputy Head of the Fertility and Well-Being lab

Mathias Lerch

Laboratory of Fertility and Well-Being

Projects

A Spatial Approach to European Fertility Trends (Dissertation) Projects details
Analyzing Male Fertility: Toward a Comparative Approach Projects details
Causal Inference Approaches to Fertility over the Life Course Projects details
Cohort Fertility Change in Urban and Rural Areas of the Developing World Projects details
Comparing Age- and Parity-Specific Approaches to Project Cohort Fertility in Developing Countries with Defective Data Projects details
Costs and Gains of Postponing Parenthood Projects details
Estimating Male Fertility from Vital Registration Data with Missing Values Projects details
Family Formation in Comparative Perspective Projects details
Fertility Transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Parity-Progression Analysis Projects details
Improvement and Evaluation of Fertility Forecasts Projects details
Long-term Perspectives on Economic Crisis and Fertility Projects details
Parental Age at Birth and Period Trends Projects details
Shifts in the Fertility-Development Nexus at the Macro and Micro Level Projects details
Spatial Inequalities in Health and Mortality Projects details
The Baltic Sea States Project Projects details
The Couple Dimension of Economic Precariousness (Dissertation) Projects details
The Long-Term Consequences of Sibling Group Structure Projects details

MPIDR Publications

Recent All

Lerch, M.:
Population and Development Review 45:2, 301–320. (2019)
Lerch, M.:
PLoS One 14:7, e0219624–e0219624. (2019)
Lerch, M.; Oris, M.:
In: Building bridges: scholars, history and historical demography; a Festschrift in honor of Professor Theo Engelen, 626–646. Nijmegen: Valkhof Pers. (2018)
Wanner, P.; Lerch, M.; Galanxhi, E.:
In: Regards sur la population de l'Europe du Sud-Est, 105–113. Vólos: Université de Thessalie, DemoBalk. (2018)

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