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Conference Paper Women and Employment Survey 25th Anniversary Conference

Studying the History of Family Dynamics: the role of the WES

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05 Dec 2005

Abstract

The Women and Employment Survey provides historical information on the dynamics of marriage and births. It allows us to study how dynamics and 'group differences' have changed over time, which may provide some insight into the presence of 'social interaction' effects. This is llustrated with example of non-marital childbearing, which has exploded in recent years.

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