Publication


Billingsley
Economic Crisis and Recovery: Changes in Second Birth Rates within Occupational Classes and Educational Groups
Demographic Research, 2011
URL, DOI, JabRef BibTex, Abstract
This study assesses the decline in second birth rates for men and women across different skill levels in transitional Russia. Changes within educational groups and occupational classes are observed over three distinct time periods: the Soviet era, economic crisis, and economic recovery. The most remarkable finding is the similarity in the extent second birth rates declined within educational groups and occupational classes during the economic crisis. Although further decline occurred in the recovery period, more variation emerged across groups.

Reference


@article{Billingsley2011,
  author = {Billingsley},
  title = {Economic Crisis and Recovery: Changes in Second Birth Rates within Occupational Classes and Educational Groups},
  year = {2011},
  journal = {Demographic Research},
  volume = {24},
  pages = {375-406},
  doi = {10.4054/DemRes.2011.24.16},
  url = {http://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol24/16/24-16.pdf},
  timestamp = {13.05.2013},
  owner = {Coleman},
  abstract = {This study assesses the decline in second birth rates for men and women across different skill levels in transitional Russia. Changes within educational groups and occupational classes are observed over three distinct time periods: the Soviet era, economic crisis, and economic recovery. The most remarkable finding is the similarity in the extent second birth rates declined within educational groups and occupational classes during the economic crisis. Although further decline occurred in the recovery period, more variation emerged across groups.}
}

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