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    A Project search for fertility returned the following matches:

    A Seminar search for fertility returned the following matches:

    Start DateTimeTitleLocation
    22-05-2009The influence of the division of domestic labour between spouses on fertility in a context of gender equityUniversity of Southampton 58/2097
    22-10-2009Why do Fertility Levels Vary between Urban and Rural Areas?University of Southampton 39/3013
    24-11-2009The Child of Last Chance: the Role of Biological Clock in Fertility Timing in France and GermanyUniversity of Southampton, 58/1009
    06-01-2011The Contribution of Recent Increases in Family Benefits to Australia's Early 21st Century Fertility Increase: An Empirical AnalysisUniversity of Southampton 58/1009
    19-05-2011The Value of Children and Theories of Fertility TransitionUniversity of Southampton 58 / 1023
    03-03-2011Uncertainty in fertility intentions in Britain 1979-2007: how real are reproductive goals?University of Southampton 58/1023
    19-01-2012Female education, labour markets and fertility outcomes: tempo and quantum of first births in Belgium between 1960 and 2000University of Southampton 58/4121
    12-03-2012The relatively high fertility of the English-speaking countriesNew Register House, Edinburgh
    19-04-2012Economic recession and fertility: past evidence and recent trendsNew Register House, Edinburgh
    28-11-2012Geographical context and fertility in BritainRoom 1/G/8, Ladywell House, Edinburgh
    21-03-2013The convergence of completed fertility for migrant generationsUniversity of Southampton 58/1009
    24-10-2013The social context and consequences of fertility transition in BrazilUniversity of Southampton 58/1065
    06-11-2014Father involvement and fertility in NorwayUniversity of Southampton
    16-02-2016Does prenatal sex bias substitute postnatal bias against girls? Decomposing the fertility and mortality components of changing child sex ratios across the worldUniversity of Southampton, Building 2, Room 1085
    05-04-2016Tradition versus development - what matters most for demographic behaviour? The case of fertility, marriage and sex imbalances at birth in Albania.University of Southampton, Building 2, Room 5033
    01-12-2016Immigrants and fertility in the UK: Macro and micro perspectivesUniversity of Southampton, Room 1023, Building 58
    02-03-2017 The Relationship between Housing and Fertility: A macro-level, cross-country investigation06/1083
    15-11-2018Family and Fertility over the LifecourseUniversity of St Andrews

    A Publication search for fertility returned the following matches:

    Forecasting of cohort fertility under a hierarchical Bayesian approach
    Fertility Across Time and Space: Data and Research Advances. Wittgenstein Centre Conference 2018 3rd Human Fertility Database Symposium (2018). (Wittgenstein Centre, Vienna Institute of Demography)
    Authors: Ellison J, Forster J, Dodd E,

    Explaining the Unexpected Decline of Teenage Fertility in England: An Ecological Approach
    Fertility Across Time and Space: Data and Research Advances. Wittgenstein Centre Conference 2018 3rd Human Fertility Database Symposium (2018). (Wittgenstein Centre, Vienna Institute of Demography)
    Authors: Heap K, Berrington A, Ingham R,

    International Migration and Fertility Variation in Spain during the Economic Recession: A Spatial Durbin Approach
    Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy (2018). 1-32
    Authors: Sabater A, Graham E,

    Forecasting UK fertility using Bayesian Parametric Mixtures
    British Society for Population Studies 2018 Conference (2018). (University of Winchester)
    Authors: Hilton J, Dodd E, Forster J, Smith P,

    Exploring the local in England's teenage fertility reduction, through two decades of dramatic decline
    British Society for Population Studies 2018 Conference (2018). (University of Winchester)
    Authors: Heap K, Berrington A, Ingham R,

    Fertility Recuperation in a Very Low Fertility Society: Political and Economic Attitudes, Technology, and Second Births in Ukraine
    Fertility Recuperation in a Very Low Fertility Society: Political and Economic Attitudes, Technology, and Second Births in Ukraine (2018). (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
    Authors: Perelli-Harris B, Permyakova N,

    Explaining the Unexpected Decline of Teenage Fertility in England: An Ecological Study x
    European Population Conference 2018 (2018). (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
    Authors: Heap K, Berrington A, Ingham R,

    Explaining Fertility Decision-making In Romania
    Rome, Department of methods and models for the economy, the territory and finance (MEMOTEF) (2017).
    Authors: Ciritel A, De-Rose A, Arezzo M,

    Explaining Fertility Decision-Making in Romania. Parity specific intentions and their determinants
    International Population Conference 2017 (2017). (Cape Town )
    Authors: Ciritel A, De-Rose A,

    Theoretical implications of shifts in age‐specific fertility, mortality and migration rates.
    BSPS 2017 conference (2017). (University of Liverpool)
    Authors: Dooley C, Bijak J, Mueller M, Townley S, Hodgson D, Ezard T,

    Family formation in Scotland: The role of social attitudes and their gendered dimensions on fertility intentions
    International Research and Policy Symposium on Family Changes and Housing Transitions in the Life Course (2017). (University of St Andrews)
    Authors: Ernsten A,

    Property Rights and Efficiency in OLG Models with Endogenous Fertility
    University of Southampton (2010).
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A, Tertilt M,

    Baby Busts and Baby Booms: The Fertility Response to Shocks in Dynastic Models
    NBER (2010).
    Authors: Jones L, Schoonbroodt A,

    Couple socioeconomic gender equality and fertility: A Bayesian analysis
    CPC (2015). Series Number: 62.
    Authors: Osiewalska B,

    Towards Andhraization? A multistate analysis of reproductive biographies in high and low fertility states of India
    European Population Conference 2010 (2010). (University of Vienna)
    Authors: Willekens F, Padmadas S,

    Variation in the intersection between partnership and fertility: A comparison across 3 cohorts in 16 countries
    SLLS 2013 (2013). (Amsterdam)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M, Perelli-Harris B,

    Variation in the intersection between partnership and fertility: A comparison across 3 cohorts in 16 countries
    BSPS 2013 (2013). (University of Swansea)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M, Perelli-Harris B,

    The association between individual and national-level characteristics in fertility and partnership
    BSPS 2013 (2013). (University of Swansea)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    Demography for Economists (2013). (Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    VIII REDg Whorkshop (Research in Economic Dynamics Group) (2013). (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    Family Economics and Family Policy Workshop (2013). (University of Mannheim)
    Authors: Knowles J,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    Einaudi Institute for Economics Seminar Series (2013). (Italy)
    Authors: Knowles J,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    Vienna Macroeconomics Workshop 2013 (2013). (I.H.S. Vienna)
    Authors: Knowles J,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    University of Birmingham Seminars (2013). (Birmingham)
    Authors: Knowles J,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    Matching, Theory and Estimation (2013). (Paris)
    Authors: Knowles J,

    The Rise of Non-Marital Fertility across European Regions since 1960: State Policies, Political Borders and Natural Experiments
    British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) Conference 2011 (2011). (York)
    Authors: Klüsener S, Perelli-Harris B, Sanchez-Gassen N,

    A simple method for estimating inter-generational replacement based on fertility and migration - some European examples
    European Population Conference 2010 (2010). (University of Vienna)
    Authors: Wilson C, Sobotka T, Boyle P, Williamson L,

    Global low fertility issues
    ESRC Seminar Series: Post-transitional fertility in developing countries (2012). (Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum, India)
    Authors: Wilson C,

    Family and fertility patterns of recent foreign-born populations in the United Kingdom
    British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) Annual Conference (2010).
    Authors: Waller L, Berrington A, Raymer J,

    Family and fertility patterns of recent foreign-born populations in the United Kingdom
    PAA Annual Conference 2010 (2010). (Dallas, Texas)
    Authors: Waller L, Berrington A, Raymer J,

    Convergence and continuity in Indian fertility: a long-run perspective, 1871-2008
    Population Association of America Annual Meeting (2012). (San Francisco)
    Authors: Singh A, Pallikadavath S, Wilson C, Singh A,

    Property Rights and Efficiency in OLG Models with Endogenous Fertility
    Seminar (2011). (University of Iowa)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A, Tertilt M,

    Baby Busts and Baby Booms: The Fertility Response to Shocks in Dynastic Models
    Dondena Seminars - Regular Series (2010). (The "Carlo F. Dondena" Centre for Research on Social Dynamics (Dondena), University of Boconni, Milan)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A, Jones L,

    Baby Busts and Baby Booms: The Fertility Response to Shocks in Dynastic Models
    Society for Economic Dynamics (2010). (Montreal, Canada)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A, Jones L,

    Baby Busts and Baby Booms: The Fertility Response to Shocks in Dynastic Models
    V REDg DGEM Workshop (Research in Economic Dynamics Group) (2010). (Madrid)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A, Jones L,

    Optimal Fertility Distribution and Insurance
    Society for Economic Dynamics Meeting (2011). (Belgium)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A,

    Baby Busts and Baby Booms: The Fertility Response to Shocks in Dynastic Models
    Frankfurt Seminars in Economics (2011). (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A,

    Property Rights and Efficiency in OLG Models with Endogenous Fertility
    Exeter College Seminar in Macroeconomics (2011). (University of Oxford)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A,

    Property Rights and Efficiency in OLG Models with Endogenous Fertility
    Macroeconomics, Growth & Development Workshops (2010). (Macroeconomics, Growth & Development Workshops)
    Authors: Schoonbroodt A,

    Estimating the fertility of recent migrants to England and Wales (1991-2001) – is there an elevated level of fertility after migration?
    European Population Conference (2012). (Stockholm)
    Authors: Robards J, Berrington A, Hinde H,

    Calculating fertility rates using the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study for England and Wales
    British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) Annual Conference (2010). (University of Exeter)
    Authors: Robards J,

    How real are reproductive goals? Uncertainty and the construction of fertility preferences
    European Population Conference (2012). (Stockholm)
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E,

    Research on fertility and partnership using the General Household Survey
    General Lifestyle Survey/General Household Survey User Meeting (2012). (Royal Statistical Society, London)
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E,

    Invited presentation: How real are reproductive goals? Uncertainty in fertility intentions
    Population, Health and Regional Directorate Seminar Series (2011). (ONS Titchfield)
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E,

    Uncertainty in fertility intentions in Britain 1991-2007: how real are reproductive goals?
    From Intentions to Behaviour: Reproductive Decision-Making in a Macro-Micro Perspective Conference (2010). (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna)
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E,

    John Hajnal's contributions to fertility research
    British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference (2009). (Brighton)
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M,

    Measuring and explaining fertility change
    Fertility in the Past, Present and Future Conference (2009). (Cambridge)
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M,

    Variation in the intersection between partnership and fertility: A comparison across 3 cohorts in 16 countries
    IUSSP 2013 (2013). (Busan Korea)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M, Perelli-Harris B,

    Variation in the intersection between partnership and fertility: A comparison across 3 cohorts in 16 countries
    Changing families and fertility choices (2013). (Oslo, Norway)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M, Perelli-Harris B,

    Family formation via mutual reciprocity between fertility and marriage: A cross-European comparison
    British Society for Population Studies Conference 2012 (2012). (University of Nottingham)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M, Perelli-Harris B,

    Reciprocal behaviour in partnership and fertility: new mechanisms for family formation in Europe and the United States
    IUSSP 2013 (2013). (Busan Korea)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M,

    High suburban fertility: evidence from four Northern European countries
    Population Association of America Annual Conference (2009). (Detroit)
    Authors: Kulu H, Boyle P, Andersson G,

    Marriage and Fertility in Competitive Search
    Economics Department seminar (2011). (University of Carlos 3 Madrid)
    Authors: Knowles J,

    Marriage and Fertility in Competitive Search
    Lecture (2011). (University of Mannheim)
    Authors: Knowles J,

    Marriage, Fertility and Step-Families: An Equilibrium Analysis
    Sixth Annual Vienna Macroeconomic Workshop on Current Topics in Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (2009). (Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS), Vienna, Austria)
    Authors: Kennes J, Knowles J,

    Family formation and local cultures of fertility
    General Record Office Scotland (2011). (Ladywell House, Edinburgh)
    Authors: Graham E, Feng Z, Wilson C, Fiori F,

    Geographical variations in fertility, social norms, and the timing of births across the life course: evidence from Britain
    CPC Brown Bag (2012). (Ladywell House, Edinburgh)
    Authors: Graham E, Feng Z,

    Geographical variations in fertility: does context influence first birth timing in Britain?
    I-power Seminar (2012). (University of St Andrews)
    Authors: Graham E, Feng Z,

    Plans for fertility research in the Centre for Population Change
    ESRC Centre for Population Change Scotland Data Workshop (2013). (Ladywell House, Edinburgh)
    Authors: Graham E,

    Scotland's Fertility: Research and Policy Issues
    General Register Office Scotland Seminar (2010). (GROS Ladywell House, Edinburgh)
    Authors: Graham E,

    Scotland's fertility: past, present and future
    ESRC Festival of Social Science (2010). (Dundee)
    Authors: Graham E,

    Spatial variations in fertility within Britain: residential context, selective migration and social norms
    Giornate di Studio sulla Populazione (2013). (Bressanone, Italy)
    Authors: Fiori F, Graham E, Feng Z,

    Exploring the geography of fertility in Scotland
    British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference (2011). (University of York)
    Authors: Fiori F, Graham E, Feng Z,

    Approaches to understanding sub-national spatial variations in fertility: the example of Britain
    International Conference on Population Geographies (2013). (Groningen, Netherlands)
    Authors: Feng Z, Graham E, Fiori F,

    Population Change in Europe: The complex nexus of low fertility, migration and ageing
    Invited lecture (2013). (Demography Department, Remin University, Beijing)
    Authors: Falkingham J,

    Explaining spatial patterns of fertility in and around Scottish cities
    Popfest Annual Conference (2011). (Groningen)
    Authors: Ernsten A,

    The role of relative earnings and gender equity in facilitating fertility recuperation among older couples in Britain
    The value and use of cohort studies for social investigation and policy making (2012). (Centre for Longitudinal Studies)
    Authors: Berrington A, Pattaro S,

    The impact of women's relative earnings and gender equity on the recuperation of fertility among older couples in Britain
    European Population Conference (2012). (Stockholm)
    Authors: Berrington A, Pattaro S,

    The recuperation of fertility at older ages in Britain: Evidence from the 1958 British birth cohort
    Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (2011). (Washington D.C)
    Authors: Berrington A, Pattaro S,

    The recuperation of fertility at older ages in Britain: Evidence from the 1958 British birth cohort
    British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) Annual Conference (2010). (University of Exeter)
    Authors: Berrington A, Pattaro S,

    The recuperation of fertility at older ages in Britain: Evidence from the 1958 British birth cohort
    European Population Conference 2010 (2010). (University of Vienna)
    Authors: Berrington A, Pattaro S,

    Understanding fertility intentions: their modification and achievement over the life course
    PAIRFAM International Conference on Fertility over the Life Course (2012). (Bremen)
    Authors: Berrington A,

    Factors Affecting Fertility Recuperation in Britain
    Dondena Seminars - Regular Series (2010). (The "Carlo F. Dondena" Centre for Research on Social Dynamics (Dondena), University of Boconni, Milan)
    Authors: Berrington A,

    Trends in fertility and partnership in Britain, 1970-2007
    British Society for Population Studies Conference 2011 (2011). (York)
    Authors: Beaujouan E, Ní-Bhrolcháin M,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    Macroeconomics Research Workshop 2013-2014 seminars (2014). (European University Institute, Villa San Paolo)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    13th Economic Day Ensai Conference (2014). (Ensai, Rennes)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    The measurement of early adolescent fertility: Evidence of differential under-reporting by women 15-19 years in Demographic Household Surveys.
    Population Association of America Meeting 2014 (2014). (Boston, MA)
    Authors: Neal S, Hosegood V,

    Variation in the Intersection between Partnership and Fertility: A Comparison across Three Cohorts in 16 Countries
    Population Association of America Meeting 2014 (2014). (Boston, MA)
    Authors: Lyons-Amos M, Perelli-Harris B,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    2014 Annual Conference on Macroeconomics Across Time and Space (2014). (Federal Reserve Bank of Philidelphia)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    OLG 2014 (2014). (Paris School of Economics)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    The Eitan Berglas School of Economics Seminar Series (2014). (Tel Aviv University)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One
    Monaster Centre for Economics Research Seminar Series (2014). (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
    Authors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G,

    EU-policies and fertility: The emergence and implementation of fertility issues at the supra-national level
    European Population Conference 2014 (2014). (Budapest, Hungary)
    Authors: Neyer G, Caporali A, Sanchez-Gassen N,

    Incorporating model uncertainty into fertility schedule estimates for population forecasting
    European Population Conference 2014 (2014). (Budapest, Hungary)
    Authors: Forster J, Bijak J, Smith P,

    Choosing to remain childless? A comparative study of fertility intentions among women and men in Italy and Britain
    European Population Conference 2014 (2014). (Budapest, Hungary)
    Authors: Fiori F, Rinesi F, Graham E,

    Estimating the fertility of immigrants before and after migration to England and Wales
    2015 Census Applications Conference (2015). (University of Manchester)
    Authors: Robards J, Berrington A,

    Partners' relative earnings and fertility intentions
    BSPS Conference 2015 (2015). (University of Leeds)
    Authors: Vitali A, Testa M,

    Partners' relative earnings and fertility intentions
    Conference on education and reproduction in low-fertility settings (2015). (Vienna)
    Authors: Vitali A, Testa M,

    Does Marriage Matter? Revisited: The Fertility, Mortality and Stability of the Swedish 1989 Marriage Boom Cohort
    Population Association of America, Washington D.C., 2016 (2016). (Marriott Wardman Park, Washington D.C.)
    Authors: Holland J, Perelli-Harris B, Andersson G,

    High fertility regions in Bangladesh: a marriage cohort analysis
    Journal of BioSocial Science (2010). 42 (6) 705-79
    Authors: Islam S, Islam M, Padmadas S,

    Stability and change in fertility intentions in Britain, 1991-2007
    Population Trends (2010). 141
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E, Berrington A,

    Uncertainty in fertility intentions in Britain 1979-2007
    Vienna Yearbook of Population Research (2011). 9 101-134
    Authors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E,

    High suburban fertility: evidence from four northern European countries
    Demographic Research (2009). 21 915-44
    Authors: Kulu H, Boyle P, Andersson G,

    Complements versus Substitutes and Trends in Fertility Choice in Dynastic Models
    International Economic Review (2010). 51 (3) 671-699
    Authors: Jones L, Schoonbroodt A,

    Economic Insecurity and the Fertility Intentions of Italian Women with One Child
    Population Research and Policy Review (2013). 23 (3) 373-413
    Authors: Fiori F, Antonella P, Prati S,

    Repartnering in France: the role of gender, age and past fertility
    Advances in Life Course Research (2012). 17 (2) 68-90
    Authors: Beaujouan E,

    How is fertility affected by separation and repartnering?
    INED Population and Societies (2010). 464
    Authors: Beaujouan E,

    Changing Determinants of Low Fertility and Diffusion: a Spatial Analysis for Italy
    Population, Space and Place (2015). 23 (2)
    Authors: Vitali A, Billari F,

    Family Attitudes and Fertility Timing in Sweden
    European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie (2015). 31 (3) 259-285
    Authors: Holland J, Keizer R,

    A Media search for fertility returned the following matches:

    Measuring Male Fertility Rates by Making Use of Facebook Data Population Europe website. 2018
    Francesco Rampazzo's research featured in a Population Europe Pop Digest 'Measuring Male Fertility Rates by Making Use of Facebook Data'.

    Tiffany Jenkins: Fertility is down across the world The Scotsman. 2015
    Article on The Scotsman, "Tiffany Jenkins: Fertility is down across the world".

    Recession Hits Scots Fertility Rate Scotland on Sunday. 2011
    Article in Scotland on Sunday, "Recession Hits Scots Fertility Rate"

    Declining fertility
    Interviewed live on "Newsdrive" on BBC Television about declining fertility

    Your site search for fertility returned 50 matches:


    ... in Europe Project contributors: Vitali A, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities * Media Overview Objectives Despite the increase ...


    ... B, Styrc M, Sanchez-Gassen N, Lyons-Amos M, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities * Media Overview Over the past several decades ...



    PROJECTS The economics of fertility: Fertility booms and propagation of the post-war marriage squeeze Project contributors: Knowles J, Vandenbroucke G, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s ...




    ... Global South Project contributors: Hosegood V, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities Overview The families and households with whom ...


    ... : Perelli-Harris B, Hoherz S, Styrc M, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities Overview Countries throughout Europe and the US are ...




    PROJECTS Fertility in the context of economic recession and international migration: a comparative study of Italy, Spain and the UK Project contributors: Graham E, Feng Z, Jamieson L, MacInnes J, Fiori ...





















    ... Project contributors: Berrington A, Stone J, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities * Media Overview This work is studying family ...




    PROJECTS Fertility dynamics in the context of economic recession Project contributors: Berrington A, Stone J, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications ...



    PROJECTS Do marital prospects dissuade unmarried fertility Project contributors: Knowles J, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities ...




    PROJECTS Local cultures of fertility Project contributors: Graham E, Feng Z, Fiori F, Boyle P, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities ...


    ... : Jamieson L, Rawlins E, Cunningham-Burley S, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview * Publications & Activities Overview Objectives The aim of this project was ...


    PROJECTS Uncertainty in fertility intentions in Britain, 1979-2007 Project contributors: Ní-Bhrolcháin M, Beaujouan E, This Project is linked to the following Strand/s: Fertility and Family * Overview ...