Friday, June 8 / 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM   •   Auditorium QB

Session 76:
Contextual Effects on Fertility

Chair: Anne Solaz, INED

  1. Having Children in Different Territorial Contexts: The Role of Social CapitalAlessandra De Rose, Sapienza University of Rome ; Giuseppina Guagnano, Sapienza University of Rome ; Isabella Santini, Sapienza University of Rome

  2. Compositional or Contextual Effects? Determinants of Regional Fertility Differences in GermanyMartin Bujard, Federal Institute for Population Research ; Sebastian Klüsener, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  3. Associations between Non-Marital Childbearing and Its Correlates over Time and Space in Germany – Does Voting Behaviour Matter?Brienna Perelli-Harris, University of Southampton ; Stephanie Thiehoff, University of Southampton ; Agnese Vitali, University of Southampton

  4. The Mid-Twentieth Century Baby Boom and the Role of Social Interaction: An Agent-Based Modelling ApproachAndré Grow, University of Leuven ; Eli Nomes, University of Leuven ; Jan Van Bavel, University of Leuven

  5. The Influence of Family Policies in 21 Countries on Women´s Childbearing: A Longitudinal Micro-Data AnalysisSunnee Billingsley, Stockholm University ; Tommy Ferrarini, Stockholm University ; Gerda Neyer, Stockholm University, Demography Unit ; Katharina Wesolowski, Stockholm University

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