Session 141:
Fertility and Social, Economic, and Political Instability

Friday, April 1
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Grant Miller, Stanford University and National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
Discussant: Marianne Bitler, University of California, Irvine

  1. The Partisan (Red/Blue) Fertility Response to the Great RecessionS. Philip Morgan, Duke University; Erin Cumberworth, Stanford University; Christopher T. Wimer, Stanford University

  2. China's Marriage Market and Upcoming Challenges for Elderly MenMonica Das Gupta, World Bank Group; Avraham Ebenstein, Harvard University; Ethan J. Sharygin, University of Pennsylvania

  3. Economic Recession and First Births in Europe: Recession-Induced Postponement and Subsequent Recuperation of Fertility in 17 European Countries, 1970-2005Karel Neels, University of Antwerp

  4. Fertility Decline in Albania: Interplay with Societal Crisis and Subsequent ConsolidationMathias Lerch, University of Geneva

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