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More Child Care Freedom, Higher Fertility?

More Crowding, Fewer Babies: The Effects of Housing Density on Fertility

IFS Launches the Pronatalism Initiative Under New Senior Fellow Lyman Stone

The Negative Effects of Incarceration Stretch Across Multiple Generations

Is There Hope for Low Fertility? “Demographic Rearmament” in Southern Europe

5 Questions With Family Studies: Catherine Ruth Pakaluk on Why Some Women Choose to Have Large Families

Some Good News About Married Fertility in the U.S.

Inconclusive: The Research on Surrogacy's Impact on Children

More Babies For the Rich? The Relationship Between Status and Children Is Changing

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