Subject: fertility, fertility decline, fertility determinants, Sweden
jel: jel:J1 | jel:Z0
On the background of the dramatic swings in the Swedish TFR since the mid-1980s we present a first attempt at assessing the impact of labor-market trends on the timing of the first birth based on individual-level register data covering all Swedish women born in 1950 or ...
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