Volume 37 - Article 37 | Pages 1245–1274

Social policies, separation, and second birth spacing in Western Europe

By Michaela Kreyenfeld, Esther Geisler, Teresa Castro Martín, Tina Hannemann, Valerie Heintz-Martin, Marika Jalovaara, Hill Kulu, Silvia Meggiolaro, Dimitri Mortelmans, Inge Pasteels, Marta Seiz, Anne Solaz

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