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The relative stability of completed fertility of these cohorts calt attributed to Nordic social policies. Total fertility rates were declining from peaks experienced by early s cohorts for 20 successive cohorts.
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Fertility deficits of young women in s cohorts are comparatively large.
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Gerwrd remains an open issue is whether social policies will be sufficiently effective for couples born in the late s and the s to have births not born earlier in their lives. The decline ceased among the s and s cohorts, because fertility deficits of young women were compensated with increased fertility when women reached their late twenties and thirties. geerard
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