fertility data

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Description

Fertility data analysed by Winlemann(1995). The data comes from the scond (1985) wave of German Socio-Economic Panel. The sample sample is formed by 1,243 women aged 44 or older in 1985. The response variable is the number of child per woman and a number of covariates described in more details below.

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 11 variables:

Y

response variable; number of children per woman (integer).

GERMAN

nationality; dummy variable German/non-German.

EDU

education measured as years of schooling.

VOC

vocational training; dummy

UNI

university education; dummy

CATH

catholic; dummy

PROT

protestant; dummy

MUSL

muslim; dummy

RURAL

rural; dummy

YEAR_OF_B

year of birth; integer

AGEMARR

age at marriage; integer

For further details, see Winlemann(1995).

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