Housing and fertility

Postponement of first birth has implications for the health and well-being of women and is often associated with lower fertility levels, a demographic reality affecting most high-income countries. Country-level institutional differences are one factor behind the variation in fertility in these countries. Sarah Brauner-Otto examines the relationship between housing and mean age at first birth across 39 low-fertility countries.

Image courtesy of interviewee. June 12, 2024

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