Mater certa est, pater numquam: What can Facebook Advertising Data Tell Us about Male Fertility Rates?

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Rampazzo, Francesco; Zagheni, Emilio; Weber, Ingmar; Testa, Maria Rita; Billari, Francesco;
(2018)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computers and Society
    mesheuropmc: education

In many developing countries, timely and accurate information about birth rates and other demographic indicators is still lacking, especially for male fertility rates. Using anonymous and aggregate data from Facebook's Advertising Platform, we produce global estimates o... View more
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