Reproductive decision making in a macro micro perspective is an edited volume that focuses on the gap between the desired number of children and actual fertility in a large number of european countries reproductive decision making is worth reading for those interested in family demography from demographers and sociologists to policy makers who want to become familiar with the . This chapter lays the theoretical and methodological foundation for the book reproductive decision making in a macro micro perspective it introduces the issues addressed in the book and the european commission seventh framework funded collaborative research project repro on which it is based. Reproductive decision making in a macro micro perspective a conceptual framework aart c liefbroer jane e klobas dimiter philipov icek ajzen pages 1 15 institutional settings of childbearing olivier thvenon pages 17 39 making the decision to have a child jane e klobas icek ajzen pages 41 78 influences on the link between fertility intentions and behavioural outcomes zsolt . At the macro level we describe recent fertility trends observed across europe and examine their association with selected macro level social economic and institutional indicators at the micro level we use the social psychological theory of planned behaviour to analyse the process of reproductive decision making
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