Session 12:
Fertility trends in Central and Eastern Europe

Thursday, June 22
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Room 9

Chair: Tomas Sobotka, Vienna Institute of Demography

  1. The highest fertility in Europe – for how long? Analyses of recent fertility changes in Albania based on individual longitudinal dataArjan Gjonca, London School of Economics; Arnstein Aassve, University of Essex; Letizia Mencarini, University of Florence

  2. And the poor Gypsies get children - The use of ethnography in demographyJudit Durst, Corvinus University, Budapest

  3. Fertility in RussiaIrina E. Kalabikhina, Moscow State University by Lomonosov

  4. Economic uncertainty and changing career orientation: testing alternative explanations of lowest-low fertilityBrienna Perelli, University of Michigan

  5. Childbearing behaviour in Hungary: assessing structural and ideational factorsZsolt Speder, Demographic Research Institute, Budapest; Balazs Kapitany, Demographic Research Institute, Budapest

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