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    CPC has produced 3 new working papers since our last newsletter in the autumn;

    CPC Working Paper 9 authored by Chris Wilson, Tomas Sobotka, Lee Williamson and Paul Boyle discusses a simple method for estimating inter-generational replacement based on fertility and migration with European examples.

    CPC Working Paper 10 from Peteke Feijten, Paul Boyle, Elspeth Graham and Vernon Gayle investigates differences mental health between adults in stepfamilies and 'first families'.

    Most recently, CPC Working Paper 11 provided by Marie Ni Bhrolchain, Eva Beaujouan and Michael Murphy investigates reported childlessness with a further look at cohort estimates based on survey time-series data.

    Posted 02/03/2011 14:55