Posts tagged with: fertility

Population Europe Webinar The Role of Genes in Fertility with Population Europe Expert Prof Melinda Mills, University of Oxford Wednesday, 14 October 2015 14:00 – 15:00 Brussels time (Central European Summer Time) Register Now: http://bit.ly/1G26gdl (The necessary log-in data will be...
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An interview with experts Melinda Mills and Maria Letizia Tanturri, co-leaders of work package 4, FamiliesAndSocieties Original Post by Population Europe: http://www.population-europe.eu/Library/Statement.aspx?id=0,6534,1 Who is considered a childless person in your research? A childless person is defined as an individual having no...
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Posted on June 4, 2015 by Felix C. Tropf and Melinda C. Mills Original Blog on: http://www.openpop.org/?author=62 To what extent do genes determine when you have your first child and the total number of children that you have? Until now, social science research...
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Non-Standard Work Schedules and Childbearing in the Netherlands: A Mixed-Method Couple Analysis From Population Europe The increasing labour force participation of women is considered one of the most significant social changes of the past decades and has had a profound...
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