Session 127:
Fertility at the Extremes

Friday, April 18
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Bayside B
4th floor

Chair: Sarah Giroux, Cornell University
Discussant: Sharon Sassler, Cornell University

  1. The Chicken and Egg of Economic Disadvantage and Multiple Partner FertilityLindsay M. Monte, Northwestern University

  2. Fertility of Power Couples in SwedenMartin Dribe, Lund University; Maria A. Stanfors, Lund University

  3. Alone in the Ivory Tower: How Birth Events Vary among Fast-Track ProfessionalsNicholas H. Wolfinger, University of Utah; Mary Ann Mason, University of California, Berkeley; Marc Goulden, University of California, Berkeley

  4. Does Public Spending on the Family in Sweden Compensate the Higher Opportunity Costs of Children for Highly Educated Women?Daniel Hallberg, Uppsala University; Thomas Lindh, Institute for Futures Studies

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