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Chart of the Month - July 2014

Births as of Age 40 Are Rare

Chart of the Month – July 2014

Even though the average child-bearing age of mothers in Germany has been increasing steadily for years, the share of mothers aged 40 and older is still quite low. In 2012, only 4.2% of mothers were 40 or older at childbirth. For women aged 45 or older this share amounts to only 0.2%. While teenage pregnancies are also rather rare (about 2.4%), most children are born by mothers aged 30 to 34 (34.3%). This is the result of calculations by researchers of the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

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CPoS

02 Jul 2014

Comparative Population Studies 2/2014 available

The new issue of our online journal CPoS has been released.

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CPoS

16 May 2014

Internal Migration in Germany 1995-2010

A new article on this topic has been pre-published on the CPoS website.

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CPoS

24 Mar 2014

Comparative Population Studies 1/2014 available

The new issue of our online journal CPoS has been released.

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BiB Working Paper

17 Mar 2014

BiB Working Paper on the Causes of Different Education Outcomes

The main concern of the BiB Working Paper 1/2014 is how migration background, social inequality or education policy can explain different education outcomes.

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