Volume 41 - Article 45 | Pages 1277–1288 Editor's Choice

Is a positive association between female employment and fertility still spurious in developed countries?

By Takashi Oshio

Print this page  

 

References

Ahn, N. and Mira, P. (2002). A note on the changing relationship between fertility and female employment rates in developed countries. Journal of Population Economics 15(4): 667–682.

Weblink doi:10.1007/s001480100078
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Apps, P. and Rees, P. (2004). Fertility, taxation and family policy. Scandinavian Journal of Economics 106(4): 745–763.

Weblink doi:10.1111/j.0347-0520.2004.00386.x
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Balbo, N., Billari, F.C., and Mills, M. (2013). Fertility in advanced societies: A review of research. European Journal of Population 29(1): 1–38.

Weblink doi:10.1007/s10680-012-9277-y
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Becker, G.S. (1981). A treatise on the family. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Bongaarts, J. and Feeney, G. (2010). When is a tempo effect a tempo distortion? Genus 66(2): 1–15.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Engelhardt, H., Kögel, T., and Prskawetz, A. (2004). Fertility and women’s employment reconsidered: A macro-level time-series analysis for developed countries, 1960–2000. Population Studies 58(1): 109–120.

Weblink doi:10.1080/0032472032000167715
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Furuoka, F. (2009). Looking for a J-shaped development-fertility relationship: Do advances in development really reverse fertility declines? Economics Bulletin 29(4): 3067–3074.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Harttgen, K. and Vollmer, S. (2014). A reversal in the relationship of human development with fertility? Demography 51(1): 173–184.

Weblink doi:10.1007/s13524-013-0252-y
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Kalwij, A. (2010). The impact of family policy expenditure on fertility in Western Europe. Demography 47(2): 503–519.

Weblink doi:10.1353/dem.0.0104
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Kögel, T. (2004). Did the association between fertility and female employment within OECD countries really change its sign? Journal of Population Economics 17(1): 45–65.

Weblink doi:10.1007/s00148-003-0180-z
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Martínez, D.F. and Iza, A. (2004). Skill premium effects on fertility and female labor force supply. Journal of Population Economics 17(1): 1–16.

Weblink doi:10.1007/s00148-003-0150-5
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Matysiak, A. and Vignoli, D. (2008). Fertility and women’s employment: A meta-analysis. European Journal of Population 24(4): 363–384.

Weblink doi:10.1007/s10680-007-9146-2
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Mishra, V. and Nielsen, S.R. (2010). On the relationship between female labour force participation and fertility in G7 countries: Evidence from panel cointegration and Granger causality. Empirical Economics 38(2): 361–372.

Weblink doi:10.1007/s00181-009-0270-1
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Myrskylä, M., Kohler, H.-P., and Billari, F.C. (2009). Advances in development reverse fertility declines. Nature 460(7256): 741–743.

Weblink doi:10.1038/nature08230
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

OECD (2019). Family Database [electronic resource].

Weblink http://www.oecd.org/els/family/database.htm
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

OECD (2019). Fertility rates (indicator) [electronic resource].

Weblink https://data.oecd.org/pop/fertility-rates.htm
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

OECD (2019). Social Expenditure Database (SOCX) [electronic resource].

Weblink http://www.oecd.org/social/expenditure.htm
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

OECD (2019). Stat [electronic resource].

Weblink https://stats.oecd.org/
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

Rindfuss, R.R., Guzzo, K., and Morgan, S.P. (2003). The changing institutional context of low fertility. Population Research and Policy Review 22(5–6): 411–438.

Weblink doi:10.1023/B:POPU.0000020877.96401.b3
Download reference in RIS | BibTeX

T., Sobotka and Lutz, W. (2010). Misleading policy messages derived from the period TFR: Should we stop using it? Comparative Population Studies 35(3): 637–664.

Download reference in RIS | BibTeX