Publications

What is the likely impact of COVID-19 on fertility in the UK?
CPC (2022). Series Number: 66
Authors: Berrington A, Ellison J, Kuang B, Vasireddy S, Kulu H

Graham, E. (2021). Population Studies 75: sup1, 133-155. DOI: 10.1080/00324728.2021.1971742

Scenario-Based Fertility Projections for the UK Incorporating Impacts of COVID-19
Population, Space and Place (2021).
Authors: Berrington A, Ellison J, Kuang B, Vasireddy S, Kulu H

Fertility desires, intentions and behaviour
Berrington, A. (2021).  In N. Schneider, & M. Kreyenfeld (Eds.), Research Handbook on the Sociology of the Family (pp. 248-262). Edward Elgar.

Recent trends in UK fertility and potential impacts of COVID-19
CPC (2021). Series Number: 95
Authors: Berrington A, Ellison J, Kuang B, Vasireddy S, Kulu H

Twenty years of having babies across different countries of the UK: How has parents’ partnership status changed?
University of Southampton, CPC (2020). Series Number: 56
Authors: Kuang B, Vasireddy S, Berrington A, Kulu H

 

Related Previous Publications

The Changing Association Between Homeownership and the Transition to Parenthood 
Demography (2021). 9420322.
Authors: V Tocchioni, A Berrington, D Vignoli, A Vitali

Forecasting of cohort fertility under a hierarchical Bayesian approach
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 183(3):829–856, 2020.
Authors: J Ellison, E Dodd, and J J Forster

Spatial variation in fertility across Europe: Patterns and determinants
Population, Space and Place (2020). 26 (4)
Authors: Campisi N, Kulu H, Mikolai J, Klüsener S, Myrskylä M

A decade of life-course research on fertility of immigrants and their descendants in Europe
Demographic Research (2019). 40 (46) 1345-1374
Authors: Kulu H, Milewski N, Hannemann T, Mikolai J

Associations between birth order with mental wellbeing and psychological distress in midlife: findings from the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70)
Plos One (2019).
Authors: Stannard S, Berrington A, Alwan N

The fertility of recent migrants to England and Wales
Demographic Research (2016). 34 (36) 1037-1052
Authors: Robards J, Berrington A

Educational differences in timing and quantum of childbearing in Britain: A study of cohorts born 1940-1969

Demographic Research (2015). 33 (26) 733-764
Authors: Berrington A, Stone J, Beaujouan E

Commitment and the changing sequence of cohabitation, childbearing, and marriage: Insights from qualitative research in the UK
Demographic Research (2015). 33 (12) 327-362
Authors: Berrington A, Perelli-Harris B, Trevena P

Educational differences in fertility desires, intentions and behaviour: a life course perspective
Advances in Life Course Research (2014). 21 (41883) 10-27
Authors: Berrington A, Pattaro S

Identifying biases arising from combining census and administrative data – the fertility of migrants in the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (2013). 4 (3)
Authors: Robards J, Berrington A, Hinde A

Estimating fertility rates using the ONS Longitudinal Study – what difference does the inclusion of non-continually resident members make?
Population Trends (2011). 144 33-47
Authors: Robards J, Berrington A, Hinde A

High suburban fertility: evidence from four northern European countries
Demographic Research (2009). 21 915-44
Authors: Kulu H, Boyle P, Andersson G