Session 66:
Demographic Consequences of Socioeconomic Change in the Formerly Planned Economies of Europe and Asia

Friday, May 10
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Cobb
2nd Floor

Chair: Timothy Heleniak, World Bank Group
Discussant: Victoria Velkoff, U.S. Census Bureau

  1. Changing Patterns of Fertility Behavior in a Time of Social and Economic Change: Evidence from MongoliaArnstein Aassve, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Gereltuya Altankhuyag, University of Southampton

  2. Subfecundity in the Republic of Moldova: Prevalence and Associated Demographic and Health FactorsCheryl C. Sawyer, United Nations

  3. An Analysis of Steady Life Partner and Married Respondents in East and West Germany in 1994: The ISSP Gender and Changing Family ModuleLinda M. Hooper, Johns Hopkins University

  4. The Migration Response to Economic Shock: Lessons from KazakhstanCharles Becker, University of Colorado; Yerbolat Mussabek, Kazakhstan National Statistical Agency; Ai-Gul Seitenova, Pragma Corporation; Dina Urzhumova, Pragma Corporation

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