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Stuart Gietel-Basten
Stuart Gietel-Basten
Other namesStuart Basten
Khalifa University
Verified email at ku.ac.ae
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Future fertility in low fertility countries
S Basten, T Sobotka, K Zeman, MJ Abassi-Shavazi, A Adsera, ...
Oxford University Press; Oxford, 2014
1602014
Fertility and family policies in Central and Eastern Europe after 1990
T Sobotka
Comparative Population Studies-Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft 41 …, 2016
1402016
Gender equality and fertility intentions revisited: Evidence from Finland
A Miettinen, S Basten, A Rotkirch
Demographic Research 24 (20), 469-496, 2011
1342011
Why Brexit? The toxic mix of immigration and austerity
S Gietel-Basten
Population and Development Review, 673-680, 2016
1282016
Voluntary childlessness and being childfree
S Basten
The future of human reproduction: Working paper 5, 1-23, 2009
1132009
China's family planning policies: recent reforms and future prospects
S Basten, Q Jiang
Studies in Family Planning 45 (4), 493-509, 2014
872014
Certainty of meeting fertility intentions declines in Europe during the ‘Great Recession’
MR Testa, S Basten
Demographic Research 31, 687-734, 2014
812014
Fertility in China: An uncertain future
S Basten, Q Jiang
Population Studies 69 (sup1), S97-S105, 2015
762015
Very long range global population scenarios to 2300 and the implications of sustained low fertility
S Basten, W Lutz, S Scherbov
Demographic Research 28, 1145-1166, 2013
642013
Spatial variation of sub-national fertility trends in Austria, Germany and Switzerland
S Basten, J Huinink, S Klüsener
Comparative Population Studies 36 (2-3), 2011
602011
The well-being of bereaved parents in an only-child society
Y Wei, Q Jiang, S Gietel-Basten
Death Studies 40 (1), 22-31, 2016
512016
Assessing the impact of the “one-child policy” in China: a synthetic control approach
S Gietel-Basten, X Han, Y Cheng
PLoS one 14 (11), e0220170, 2019
462019
Childbearing preferences, reform of family planning restrictions and the Low Fertility Trap in China
S Basten, B Gu
Oxford Center for Population Research Working Paper, 2013
432013
‘Maternity migration’and the increased sex ratio at birth in Hong Kong SAR
S Basten, G Verropoulou
Population studies 67 (3), 323-334, 2013
402013
Mass media and reproductive behaviour: Serial narratives, soap operas and telenovelas
S Basten
The Future of Human Reproduction: Working Paper 7, 2009
40*2009
Is demography just a numerical exercise? Numbers, politics, and legacies of China’s one-child policy
F Wang, Y Cai, K Shen, S Gietel-Basten
Demography 55 (2), 693-719, 2018
352018
The" population Problem" in Pacific Asia
S Gietel-Basten
Oxford University Press, 2019
322019
Baby longing and men's reproductive motivation
A Rotkirch, S Basten, H Väisänen, M Jokela
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 283-306, 2011
322011
International remittance flows and the economic and social consequences of COVID-19
G J. Abel, S Gietel-Basten
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 52 (8), 1480-1482, 2020
312020
The Death of the West: An alternative view
D Coleman, S Basten
Population Studies 69 (sup1), S107-S118, 2015
292015
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