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1 October 1, 2008 Fertility: Concepts and Measurement
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2 Demography is the Study of the Size, Distribution, and Composition of the Population, Changes Therein, and the Components of Change, including Mortality, Fertility , and Migration.
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3 Conceptual Issues
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4 Conceptual Issues Reflects biological and social factors Choice Involves two parents Multi-births (e.g., twins) denominator is more difficult more than once – sequential decision- making
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5 Intermediate Variable Framework
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7 Intermediate Variable Framework: Targeting Interventions Intercourse variables Conception variables Pregnancy (gestation) variables
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8 Intercourse variables Timing of first intercourse (early vs. late marriage) Percent of women who ever had intercourse (e.g., proportion married – European marriage pattern) Time spend in marriage (divorce, separation, remarriage) Frequency of intercourse (e.g., natural fertility?)
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9 Timing of Intercourse
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10 Link between age at marriage and the pace of subsequent fertility
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2009 for the course PAM 2030 taught by Professor Lichler during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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