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The aim of this paper is mainly methodological using individual‐level retrospective data from the Italian Fertility and Family Survey. Linking individual‐level data with geographical characteristics of the community, we firstly used non‐parametric methods, and in particular the bi‐dimensional...
The determinants of birth intervals have been a focus of attention because of the strong relationship between birth intervals, mortality and fertility. This paper criticises the conventional hazard model approach to the determinants of birth intervals on the grounds of, first, the widespread...
The large‐scale decline of the UK mining industry in recent years has led to significant job losses, unemployment and inactivity throughout the coalfields. This paper aims to examine the role of migration as a response to these closures during the last 30 years. In neo‐classical economic theory,...
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