Tomas Sobotka
Tomas Sobotka
Senior Researcher, Vienna Institute of Demography / Wittgenstein Centre
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Economic recession and fertility in the developed world
T Sobotka, V Skirbekk, D Philipov
Population and development review 37 (2), 267-306, 2011
7942011
The end of “lowest‐low” fertility?
JR Goldstein, T Sobotka, A Jasilioniene
Population and development review 35 (4), 663-699, 2009
7242009
Overview Chapter 4: Changing family and partnership behaviour: Common trends and persistent diversity across Europe
T Sobotka, L Toulemon
Demographic research 19, 85-138, 2008
5522008
Postponement of childbearing and low fertility in Europe
T Sobotka
Dutch University Press, 2004
5382004
Demographic and medical consequences of the postponement of parenthood
L Schmidt, T Sobotka, JG Bentzen, A Nyboe Andersen, ...
Human reproduction update 18 (1), 29-43, 2012
4762012
Is lowest‐low fertility in Europe explained by the postponement of childbearing?
T Sobotka
Population and development review 30 (2), 195-220, 2004
4682004
Overview chapter 6: The diverse faces of the second demographic transition in Europe
T Sobotka
Demographic research 19, 171-224, 2008
4612008
Overview Chapter 7: The rising importance of migrants for childbearing in Europe
T Sobotka
Demographic research 19, 225-248, 2008
3392008
A demographic explanation for the recent rise in European fertility
J Bongaarts, T Sobotka
Population and development review 38 (1), 83-120, 2012
3182012
Overview Chapter 1: Fertility in Europe: Diverse, delayed and below replacement
T Frejka, T Sobotka
Demographic research 19, 15-46, 2008
2902008
Two Is best? The persistence of a two‐child family ideal in Europe
T Sobotka, É Beaujouan
Population and Development Review 40 (3), 391-419, 2014
2302014
Demographic shifts in the Czech Republic after 1989: A second demographic transition view
T Sobotka, K Zeman, V Kantorová
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de démographie 19 (3), 249-277, 2003
2032003
Re-emerging diversity: Rapid fertility changes in Central and Eastern Europe after the collapse of the communist regimes
T Sobotka
Population 58 (4), 451-486, 2003
1612003
Misleading policy messages derived from the period TFR: Should we stop using it?
T Sobotka, W Lutz
Comparative population studies 35 (3), 2010
157*2010
Childbearing trends and policies in Europe
T Frejka, JM Hoem, T Sobotka
BoD–Books on Demand, 2008
1502008
Czech Republic: A rapid transformation of fertility and family behaviour after the collapse of state socialism
T Sobotka, A Šťastná, K Zeman, D Hamplová, V Kantorová
Demographic research 19, 403-454, 2008
1462008
Fertility in Austria, Germany and Switzerland: Is there a common pattern?
T Sobotka
Comparative Population Studies 36 (2-3), 2011
141*2011
Childlessness in Europe: Reconstructing long-term trends among women born in 1900–1972
T Sobotka
Childlessness in Europe: Contexts, causes, and consequences, 17-53, 2017
1312017
Fertility in Central and Eastern Europe after 1989: Collapse and gradual recovery
T Sobotka
Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung, 246-296, 2011
1292011
Future fertility in low fertility countries
S Basten, T Sobotka, K Zeman, MJ Abassi-Shavazi, A Adsera, ...
Oxford University Press; Oxford, 2014
1282014
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