2 edition of Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the Ece Region: Standard Country Reports found in the catalog.
Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the Ece Region: Standard Country Reports
March 2003 by United Nations Publications .
Written in English
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Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region: standard country report, Switzerland Book January with 84 Reads How we measure 'reads'. To this end, for instance, each participating country will prepare an FFS Standard Country Report (SCR) following a common outline.
In addition, national fertility and family data will be archived in the form of FFS Standard Recode Files (SRF) at a central ECE FFS data base in. Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region Standard Country Report - Greece.
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10d. Get this from a library. Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region: standard country report, Norway. [Lars Østby; United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe.;]. Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region: standard country report: New Zealand.
iv Fertility and family surveys in countries in the ECE region and participating national organisations have provided funding for the programme. Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region, Standard Country Report: Belgium (January ) Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region, Standard Country Report: Switzerland (January ) Socio-economic Status and Living Arrangements of Older Persons in Finland (January ).
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe comprised in the FFS Standard Recode Files and Standard Country Reports. In the FFS project, this ISSA software has also been used for data entry Nations unies) [Fertility and Family Surveys in Countries of the ECE Region].
Résultats de l'enquête française. Dossiers et Recherches. Fertility and Family Survey (FFS) Fertility and Family Surveys (FFS) were conducted in the s in 23 member States of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The project concluded in with the FFS Flagship Conference.
Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region: standard country report, Spain Author: Margarita Delgado ; Teresa Castro Martín ; United Nations.
In the s the Population Activities Unit of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe initiated a long-term sample survey research program focusing on fertility and family change.
The. Get this from a library. Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region: standard country report, Sweden. [Fredrik Granström; United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe.; United Nations Population Fund.].
World Fertility Report Fertility at the Extremes is the fifth in a series and focuses on trends in fertility over the past 20 years and key factors underlying these trends for countries of File Size: 4MB. Grantee and main results have been published in Latvian (Family and fertility in Latvia, ) and in English (Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region.
Standard country report. Latvia., New York and Geneva, ) reveals characterizations of fertility, families and households viewed ethnically. With the growing prevalence of the dual-earner family model in industrialized countries the gendered nature of the relationship between employment and parenting has become a key issue for childbearing decisions and behavior.
In such a context taking into account the societal gender structure (public policies, family-level gender relations) explicitly can enhance our understanding of Cited by: 1. Author(s): Nikander,T Title(s): Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region.
Standard country report: Finland/ T. Nikander. Country of Publication: Switzerland Publisher: Geneva, Switzerland, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Description: 87 p. The following chronological overview 1 of cross-national comparative survey projects focuses on sample surveys among individuals or (private) households framing total (adult) national populations.
Studies aiming at subpopulations or target groups are not considered, except selected prominent and particularly relevant studies based on large subpopulations such as working or elderly populations.
Author(s): Delgado,M; Castro Martin,T Title(s): Fertility and Family Surveys in countries of the ECE region. Standard country report: Spain/ M. Delgado, T. Castro Martin. Country of Publication: Switzerland Publisher: Geneva, Switzerland, UN Economic Commission for Europe [ECE], 1.
Author(s): Prinz,C; Lutz,W; Nowak,V; Pfeiffer,C Title(s): Fertility and Family Surveys in countries of the ECE region. Standard country report: Austria/ C. Prinz. Author(s): Noack,T; Ostby,L Title(s): Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region.
Standard country report: Norway/ T. Noack, L. Ostby. Author(s): Holzer,J Z; Kowalska,I Title(s): Fertility and family surveys in countries of the ECE region: standard country report, Poland/ J.Z. Holzer, I. Kowalska. This article studies the composite effect of education on young women’s entry into motherhood, using longitudinal data from Norway from to In line with previous research, we find that school enrolment delays motherhood, but having finished education there is a catching-up effect, as women who have completed at higher levels have their first child sooner than women who have Cited by: MARGARET McCAFFERY, Liaison Officer, Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), said that, following the successful completion of the “Fertility and Family Surveys Project”, a.
We study the interrelationships between union-formation forms and fertility in Swedish and West German female cohorts born in – We apply simultaneous hazard models, permitting the presence of correlated unobserved heterogeneity.
This method allows us to control for country-specific composition of the population with respect to several socio-economic variables, as well as with Cited by: Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America. Sample survey data for WDCs are drawn from the Standard Country Reports of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s (ECE, which includes North America)/ Family and Fertility Study (ECE/FFS).
New Zealand was accorded associate status for the ECE/FFS and thus data on. Caste, Ethnic and Regional Identity in Nepal Further Analysis of the disseminate data on fertility, family planning, maternal and child health, nutrition, and HIV/AIDS. countries might reduce government buy-in to critical findings on population and Size: KB.
40 Depopulation in the Baltic states tive research programmes Dynamics of population ageing in the ECE countries and the Family and Fertility surveys coordinated by the United Nations Economic.
Preschool Availability and Female Labor Force Participation: Evidence from Indonesia (English) Abstract. Female labor force participation (FLFP) in Indonesia lags behind other countries in the region and has remained more or less unchanged since Author: Daniel Zefanya Halim, Hillary C.
Johnson, Elizaveta Perova. Guinea: Standard DHS, ICF, Gaither Road, SuiteRockville, MD Tel: +1 * Fax: +1 Cote d'Ivoire: Standard DHS, ICF, Gaither Road, SuiteRockville, MD Tel: +1 * Fax: +1 Almost simultaneously, fertility started to decline in many developed countries: the total fertility rate (TFR, sum of the age-specific fertility rates) of the 15 member countries of the European Union decreased from an average of children per woman in Cited by: In a majority of DHS surveys eligible individuals include women of reproductive age () and men ageor in some cases In some countries only women are interviewed.
Woman’s individual questionnaires include information on fertility, family planning and File Size: 1MB. Demographic and Health Survey Key Indicators Report National Statistical Office Zomba, Malawi technical assistance in the implementation of population and health surveys in countries worldwide.
fertility and family planning, infant and child health and mortality, maternal health and maternal and adult mortality, File Size: 1MB. Total Fertility Rate Population under Age 15 26 16 32 40 25 33 The figure 1, 2 shows the historical trends in population growth rate. The figure indicates that when the population was billion in the world, 80 percent remain in less developed countries and 20 percent population is in the developed Size: 2MB.
Families are changing Families have changed over the past thirty years. This chapter provides an overview of the changes in family fo rmation, household structure, work-life balance, and child well-being.
Fertility rates have been persistently low in many OECD countries leading to smaller families. With marriage rates down and divorce rates up. Employment policy in developing countries: a survey of issues and evidence (English) Abstract.
This survey is concerned with three issues: the sectoral structure of the labor force; unemployment; and underemployment. This book provides a statistical overview of these three issues. Historical and cross-sectional comparisons are used to place in Cited by: ICF, Gaither Road, SuiteRockville, MD Tel: +1 * Fax: +1 The information provided on this Web site is not official U.S.
Government information and does not represent the views or positions of the U.S. Agency for International Development or the. The level of fertility in the world varies broadly by country and culture, social and economic conditions, as well as by individual characteristics such as age.
Generally, more industrialized and economically developed societies have lower fertility than agricultural, less developed societies. figure More than half of the population in low- and middle-income countries live on less than US$5 a day 76 figure in most european Union countries, children are at higher risk of monetary poverty than adults 77 overview General note on the data Child.
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) is one of the five regional commissions under the jurisdiction of the United Nations Economic and Social was established in order to promote economic cooperation and integrations among its Member States.
The Commission is composed of 56 Member States, most of which are based in Europe, as well as a few outside of iation: ECE.Socio-economic differences in health, nutrition, and population within developing countries: an overview (English) Abstract.
The contents of this volume summarize the large body of data produced by a project dealing with socio-economic inequalities in health, nutrition, and population (hnp) within fifty-six developing by: Making growth work for the poor: a poverty assessment for the Philippines (English) Abstract.
Robust growth in the Philippines over the past decade has helped to reduce the national poverty rate. Despite the generally good economic performance, poverty remains high and the pace of poverty reduction has been slow compared with other East Asian.