1 edition of China in-depth fertility survey found in the catalog.
China in-depth fertility survey
by Dept. of Population Statistics of State Statistical Bureau in Beijing
Written in English
|Other titles||In-depth fertility survey :|
|Contributions||China. Kuo chia tʻung chi chü.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
The Impact of Institutional Reform from to on Fertility in Rural China. local reforms with individual parity-specific fertility changes as measured in the in-depth-fertility survey. The In-depth Fertility Survey used a stratified, multistage, self-weighing sample. A complete reproductive history and detailed background information were gathered on ever-married women under age 50 in by: 2.
This study examines the effects of fertility on household structure and parental labor supply in China. To solve the endogeneity problem, we use a unique survey on households with twin children. Data from the in depth fertility survey for , when the policy was at its most stringent, put the male: female ratio of reported births at in rural Hebei and in by:
and In-Depth Fertility Surveys; the and One-Percent Surveys (intercensus surveys that looked at a representative 1 percent of the popula-tion); the Two-per-Thousand Fer-tility Survey; and the National Fertility Survey. Data Quality Given both the size of China’s popula-tion and the recency of large-scale data. The World Fertility Survey: An Assessment [John Cleland, Chris Scott, David Whitelegge] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Between and , sixty-one countries participated in a ground-breaking survey of human fertility organized by the World Fertility Survey (WFS). By interviewing thousands of women between the ages of 15 and
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Prevalence of primary infertility in China: in-depth analysis of infertility differentials in three minority province/autonomous regions.
Liu J(1), Larsen U, Wyshak G. Author information: (1)Department of Population and International Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, by: Based on surveys and ethnographic research in China, where the author lived with teenage only children and observed their homes and classrooms for 27 months between andthe book explores the social, economic, and psychological consequences of the government's decision to accelerate the fertility by: This paper reports the first set of estimates of the socioeconomic determinants of fertility in China using micro-data available from China's In-Depth Fertility Survey.
Based on existing microeconomic theories of fertility, an econometric model was specified and estimated. The results indicate that even after age, marriage duration and child mortality are taken into account, education Cited by: China In-Depth Fertility Survey (Phase-I), Principal Report.
2 Vols. Beijing: SSBDPS. State Council Population Census Office and State Statistical Bureau Department of Population Statistics. by: PREVALENCE OF PRIMARY INFERTILITY IN CHINA: IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS OF INFERTILITY DIFFERENTIALS IN THREE MINORITY PROVINCE/AUTONOMOUS REGIONS - Volume 37 Issue 1 - JIHONG LIU, ULLA LARSEN, GRACE WYSHAK Using the data from the National TwoPer-Thousand Sample Survey on Fertility and Contraception, this paper estimated the.
Sampling Survey on China's Supporting Systems for the Elderly (conducted by the China Research Center on Aging, sample size: persons) China First In-Depth Fertility Survey. Department of Population Statistics China In-Depth Fertility Survey (Phase I): Preliminary Report.
Series CIDFS No. Series CIDFS No. Cited by: China; iObstetrics & Gynaecology, The University of Adelaide The majority ofcouples received non-ART fertility treatment (%, n¼), which included ovulation monitoring n¼82) and IVF/ICSI (%, n¼76) occurred less frequent.
At the moment of the survey, most couples (%, n¼1,) undergoing treatment had not conceived. State Statistical Bureau Department of Population Statistics (SSBDPS) () China in-depth fertility survey (phase 1), principal report, 2 vols.
SSBDPS, Beijing Google Scholar State Statistical Bureau Department of Population Statistics (SSBDPS) () China in-depth fertility survey (phase II), preliminary by: The International Statistical Institute (ISI) established the World Fertility Survey program in with funding from UNFPA, USAID and the UK Overseas Development Administration.
The surveys are nationally representative and generally include both a household and an individual (female) component. Li, Sihe, "Chinese Women's Experience Of Transition Towards Married State: A Multistate/multivariate Analysis Of China In-depth Fertility Survey Data, " ().
Digitized Theses. Author: Sihe Li.  Second China In-depth Fertility Sample Survey  China In-depth Fertility Sample Survey: Household Survey  Household Survey of Tianjin  Urban Household Survey, from to  Urban Household Survey, from to  Household Income SurveyEnterprise and Reform.
Published by C. Textor, The statistic shows the fertility rate in China from to Inthe fertility rate in China was children per woman. Overall, the number of. Epidemiology of infertility in China: a population-based study Z Zhou,a,b,c D Zheng,a,b,c H Wu,a,b,c R Li,a,b,c S Xu,d Y Kang,e Y Cao,f X Chen,g Y Zhu,h S Xu,i Z-J Chen,j BW Mol,k,l J Qiaoa,b,c,m,n a Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Reproductive Medical Centre, Peking University Third Hospital, Beijing, China b Key Laboratory of Assisted Reproduction, Ministry of Education, Beijing Cited by: State Statistical Bureau (SSB), Department of Population Statistics, China In-Depth Fertility Survey Phase I: Shaanxi, Hebei, Shanghai ().
Some of the characteristics of the Phase II sample procedure are by: The fertility level in China is a matter of uncertainty and controversy. This paper applies Preston and Coale's () variable-r method to assess the fertility level in : Yong Cai. China is aging at a rate that few countries have matched historically.
While it will take China 20 years for the proportion of the elderly population to double from 10 to 20 percent (), this process took 23 years in Japan (), 61 years in Germany (), and 64 years in is the oldest country in the world, and has aged more quickly than most other nations.
I use data from the China In-depth Fertility Survey (IDFS), phase I, carried out by the Department of Population Statistics of the State Statistical Bureau (SSB) of the PRC, in cooperation Author: Tih-Fen Ting. The trends of marital fertility, second and third birth in six provinces of China,findings from the in-depth fertility survey.
In Fertility in China: Proceedings of the international seminar on China's in-depth fertility survey, Beijing, FebruaryVoorburg, the Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.
Google ScholarCited by: Paper presented at the International Symposium on China’s One-per-Thousand National Fertility Sample Survey, Beijing, 14–18 October Google Scholar Lin Xiao and Ke Bi. “ Chengzhen laoren diaocha” (A sample survey of old urban citizens).Cited by:.
This empirical study brings together data on the local timing of the rural household responsibility system (HRS) reforms in China from through and assesses the association of the local reforms with individual parity-specific fertility changes as measured in the in-depth fertility by: Cleland, J.
G. and Shen, Y. M. () ‘Later and fewer but no Longer: Fertility Change in Hebei, Shaanxi and Shanghai –, in Proceedings of the International Seminar on China’s In-depth Fertility Survey, Beijing, February 13–17 (Voorburg: International Statistics Institute) – Google ScholarCited by: 1. National, Regional, and Global Trends in Infertility Prevalence Since A Systematic Analysis of Health Surveys.
the United States National Survey of Family Growth, and the China In-Depth Fertility Sample Surveys We did not calculate secondary infertility using survey data from China or make estimates of secondary infertility Cited by: