Laboratory

Fertility and Well-Being

At a Glance Projects Publications Team

The projects of this laboratory are arranged in the following

Research Areas

Contemporary and Future Trends in Fertility

Description

Family Formation in Comparative Perspective Project details
Shifts in the Fertility-Development Nexus at the Macro and Micro Level Project details
Causal Inference Approaches to Fertility over the Life Course Project details
Improvement and Evaluation of Fertility Forecasts Project details
A Spatial Approach to European Fertility Trends (Dissertation) Project details

The Intersection of Health and Fertility

Description

Costs and Gains of Postponing Parenthood Project details
Consequences of Sibling Group Structure Project details
Medically Assisted Reproduction Project details
The Influence of Health and Cognition on Fertility Project details

Fertility and Well-Being in a Comparative Perspective

Description

Fertility and Well-Being in a Comparative Perspective Project details

Fertility and Economic Uncertainty

Description

Long-Term Perspectives on Crisis and Fertility Project details
The Couple Dimension of Economic Precariousness (Dissertation) Project details

A Comparative Perspective on Male Fertility Trends

Description

Estimating Male Fertility from Vital Registration Data with Missing Values Project details
Analyzing Male Fertility: Toward a Comparative Approach Project details

Innovative Perspectives on the Fertility Transition

Description

Fertility Change in Urban and Rural Areas of the Developing World Project details
Fertility Transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Parity-Progression Analysis Project details
Social and Spatial Distance in the Fertility Transition Project details

Other

The Baltic Sea States Project Project details
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