Fertiltity and Womens Education in the UK

Sarah SmithSince the 1930s, there have been dramatic changes in fertility in the UK: smaller family sizes, increased childlessness and a rise in the average age at which women have their first child. Anita Ratcliffe and Sarah Smith examine how much women's participation in higher education has influenced these trends. (Full Press Release) (Office document, 45kB)

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