Session 127
Fertility Timing

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Chair: Vegard Skirbekk

1. What Supports Early Fertility in a Developing Country: The Case of KyrgyzstanKonstantin Kazenin , Stockholm University; Vladimir Kozlov, Leibniz-Institut für Ost- und Südost Europa Forschung.

2. Sociological Fertility Clock: Family Status at the End of Reproductive Ages Conditional on Current Family StatusRyohei Mogi , University of Oxford; Peter McDonald, University of Melbourne; Vladimir Canudas-Romo, Australian National University.

3. Fertility Projection Using Hazard-Based Microsimulation Models, with an Application to Belgian Fertility, 1960-2015.Karel Neels , University of Antwerp; Jonas Wood, University of Antwerp.

4. Late, but Not Too Late? Postponement of First Birth among Highly Educated U.S. WomenNatalie Nitsche, Australian National University; Hannah Brückner , NYU Abu Dhabi.

5. Age at First Birth and Completed Fertility across the 1940s–1970s Birth CohortsKrystof Zeman , Vienna Institute of Demography; Eva Beaujouan, University of Vienna (Wittgenstein Centre); Mathias Nathan, Programa de Población, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de la República.

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