Session 71:
Special thematic session on fertility transition: opportunities and threats

Friday, June 27
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Lecture Room I
Ground floor

Chair: Tomas Sobotka, Vienna Institute of Demography

  1. Where have all the children gone? A study of the social determinants of fertility postponement: the case of Hungary since 1988Vanessa Lehner, Princeton University

  2. How did changes in female educational structure affect fertility in state socialism? Evidence from seven Central and South Eastern European countriesZuzanna Brzozowska, Vienna Institute of Demography and Warsaw School of Economics

  3. Educational expansion, “double status positions” and the transition to motherhood in HungaryZsolt Spéder, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Tamás Bartus, Corvinus University of Budapest and Demographic Research Institute, Budapest

  4. Fertility in formerly socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe: the role of family policies affecting childbearingTomas Frejka, Independent Consultant; Stuart A. Basten, University of Oxford

  5. Having the next child in times of economic crisis? Mobile and non-mobile eastern Germans around unificationAnja Vatterrott, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Michaela Kreyenfeld, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

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