Volume 41 - Article 30 | Pages 873–912

Changing gender relations, declining fertility? An analysis of childbearing trajectories in 19th-century Netherlands

By Hilde Bras, Reto Schumacher

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Zijdeman, R.L. (2010). Status attainment in the Netherlands, 1811–1941: Spatial and temporal variation before and during industrialization. [PhD thesis]. Groningen: University of Groningen.

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