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PREVIOUS RESEARCH DATA AND METHODS
FERTILITY RATES BY IMMIGRANT GENERATION
WHAT DRIVES DIFFERENCES IN FERTILITY RATES
CONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS
B Clustering Corrections
E History of Births in California
About the Authors
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adults Hispanic African-Americans allocation Asian or Pacific Asians and Pacific Average Woman baby boom California Department Census block groups Census tract childbearing age children ever born children per woman coefficient estimates current fertility demographers Department of Finance Difference in CEB educational attainment Estimate SE Estimate estimates from Table ethnic groups fertility levels fertility patterns Figure high school diploma higher fertility Hispanics in poverty important Laura Hill levels of fertility Low fertility marital status merge Mexican and Central models natural increase negative binomial distribution Neighborhood and Personal neighborhood characteristics neighborhood data Neighborhood variables number of births number of women Pacific Islander percent percentage of adults Percentage of Hispanics personal and neighborhood personal characteristics Poisson Poisson regression Poverty Status Previously married racial and ethnic Rates in California result sample means simulations using coefficient SOURCE Spanish Table D.1 tabulations of California total fertility rates U.S. Census Bureau women of childbearing
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