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Journal of Population Sciences

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Fig. 7

From: Fertility variations in the recession context: the case of Greece

Fig. 7

a Missing births by year. b. Missing births by mother’s age. c. Missing births by birth order. d. Missing births by mother’s age and employment status. Missing births are defined as the difference between actual births and those expected if pre-recession age-specific fertility rates had remained unchanged. Missing births = Expected − Actual births. A positive sign indicates a reduction in births; a negative sign indicates that fertility rates and thus the number of registered births is higher than expected

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