Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region

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Fertility, Human -- Europe -- Statistics, Families -- Europe -- Statistics, Demographic surveys -- E
Other titlesStandard country report, FFS standard country reports
StatementUnited Nations Economic Commission for Europe [and] United Nations Population Fund.
GenreStatistics
SeriesEconomic studies -- no. 10, Economic studies (United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe) -- no. 10.
ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Europe., United Nations Population Fund.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB991 .F46 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <9-18, 21-22 > :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23608955M
ISBN 109211167191, 9211167825, 9211167876
LC Control Number00273722

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Fertility and Family Survey (FFS) Fertility and Family Surveys (FFS) were conducted in the s in 23 member States of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).

The project concluded in with the FFS Flagship Conference. The. Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region: Country Report: Denmark - Comparable FFS-data (Economic Studies) [Isabella Carneiro, Lisbeth B.

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Knudsen, Economic Commission for Europe] on lindsayvanbramer.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying lindsayvanbramer.com by: 2. About the book Partnership and reproductive behaviour patterns have undergone major shifts over much of Europe and North America during the past three decades, leading to the coexistence of a variety of family forms.

This country report sheds some light on the development in fertility and partnership formation in Latvia. Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region, Standard Country Report, The Netherlands, Economic Studies No.

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10c By Jan Latten and Arie de Graafx + 94pp, ISBNUN Sales No. E Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region, Standard Country Report, Poland, Economic Studies No. 10d. Region(s): Europe. Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region Standard Country Report - Canada.

Author: UN; About the book Partnership and reproductive behaviour patterns have undergone major shifts over much of Europe and North America during the past three decades, leading to the coexistence of a variety of family forms.

Impact of Developments in Scrap Reclamation and Preparation on the World Steel Industry (ECE Steel) by Economic Commission for Europe and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at lindsayvanbramer.com Jan 07,  · World Fertility Survey (WFS) Summary.

There were 42 WFS conducted in developing countries. Surveys were carried out by a national agency, often the statistical office. The surveys covered reproductive health, household characteristics such as family composition, marital status. Often surveys included additional topics such as water and.

Author(s): Noack,T; Ostby,L Title(s): Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region. Standard country report: Norway/ T. Noack, L. Ostby.

Book Reviews. Contraceptive Research and Development--Looking to the Future. Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region, Standard Country Report--Economic Studies No.

10a: Norway. by Turid Noack, Lars Ostby. Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region, Standard Country Report--Economic Studies No.

10a: Norway. Author(s): Toulemon,L; de Guibert-Lantoine,C Title(s): Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region: standard country report, France/ L. Toulemon, C. de Guibert-Lantoine. Country of Publication: Switzerland Publisher: Geneva, Switzerland, UN Economic Commission for Europe [ECE], Book review Full text access Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region: Standard Country Report, France: By Laurent Toulemon and Catherine de Guibert-Lantoine.

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, United Nations Population Fund, Economic Studies No. 10e. New York: United Nations, p. UN Sales Number GV.E This Technical Appendix mainly includes more detailed information on the Belgian and Dutch Fertility and Family Surveys (sampling, field work, (non-)response).

It draws heavily on the materials prepared as Standard Country Reports for the UN/ECE project (see Latten & de Graaf, ; Lodewijckx, ).

Abstract. Since the s fertility and family behaviour have changed drastically in Western-European countries. The changes include a decrease in the number of large families, an increase in childlessness and extra-marital childbearing, postponement of marriage and parenthood, and an increase in non-married cohabitation and in divorce.

Apr 29,  · Author of Ground-water legislation in the ECE region, Impact of non-conventional sources of energy on water, Economic reforms in the European centrally planned economies, Country Profiles on the Housing Sector, Environmental Performance Reviews, Annual Bulletin of Transport Statistics for Europe, Annual Bulletin of Transport Statistics for Europe and North America (Annual Bulletin of.

Family Formation in the Baltic Countries: A Transformation in the Legacy of state socialism (Fertility and Family Surveys in countries of the ECE Region ja Generations and Gender Programme. Grantee and main results have been published in Latvian (Family and fertility in Latvia, ) and in English (Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region.

Standard country report. Latvia., New York and Geneva, ) reveals characterizations of fertility, families and households viewed ethnically. This is one in a series of comparable surveys on fertility and family change being undertaken in ECE member countries.

This report presents results from the survey carried out in France in There are chapters on socioeconomic and cultural trends, population trends, and the main results of the survey. Mar 23,  · The analysis supported the idea that both the mainstream society and the minority subculture have shaped the childbearing patterns of the descendants of immigrants in Europe.

Overall, the descendants of immigrants from high-fertility countries had lower parity-specific fertility than did their parents’ lindsayvanbramer.com by: This report presents the French version of the standard country report for France from a fertility survey, one in a series of fertility surveys carried out in the early s in the member countries of the UN Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), which includes both North America and Europe.

Alphabetical Listing Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region. Country Report: Greece Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region.

Standard Country Report, Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE region. Geneva: UN Economic Commission for Europe.

- Rychtarikova, J. & Kraus, J. (): Czech Republic. Standard Country Report, Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE region.

Geneva: UN Economic Commission for Europe. MacDonald, Maurice, and Eva Mueller. "The Measurement of Income in Fertility Surveys in Developing Countries." Studies in Family Planning, 6(1): Ch.

7: The Economics of Fertility in Developed Countries: A Survey ticular birth cohort4 and each birth cohort's TFR is displayed in the year in which that cohort attained its mean age of fertility.5 Regardless of the measure used, it is clear that the US has experienced a substantial.

Bulgaria: Ethnic differentials in rapidly declining fertility. By Elena Koytcheva, Dimiter Philipov Sample Surveys, Book 2: Fertility and Reproductive Behavior.

Sofia, Bulgaria: National Statistical Institute, Dunav press.

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Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region: Standard Country Report - Bulgaria. Geneva. At children per woman, the fertility rate in Brazil is among the lowest in Latin America. Experts suggest that the expansion of women’s rights and increased use of contraception are responsible.

Popular soap operas that associate small family size with modernity may also play a role. «Previous |. Comparison of Retrospective Fertility Data from Censuses in Belgium and Family Surveys in France. In the and surveys, the numbers for each region are much higher, Lodewijckx Edith,“Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region, Cited by: 2.

Frątczak, E., Balicki, J., Ptak-Chmielewska, A., Mynarska, M., Sienkiewicz, K., and Dębski, M. A comparative study of two retrospective surveys and Family-related attitudes and behaviours of young and medium age females and males in Poland and changes in reproductive behaviours in Poland and their consequences for family and household formation and dissolution.

Taking into account the fact that countries in the ECE region are experiencing dramatic population changes that pose unprecedented public policy challenges, especially with regard to the need to.View Kim Johnstone, PhD MBA’S profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.

Kim has 10 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Kim’s Title: Helping plan better futures for .FERTILITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES T. Paul Schultz Abstract The associations between fertility and outcomes in the family and society have been treated as causal, but this is inaccurate if fertility is a choice coordinated by families with other life-cycle decisions, including labour supply of mothers and children, child human capital, and savings.