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The transition to motherhood among British Young Women: Does housing tenure play a role?

The transition to motherhood among British Young Women: Does housing tenure play a role?
The transition to motherhood among British Young Women: Does housing tenure play a role?
A positive link between homeownership and fertility is usually presumed.
Nevertheless, couples’ preferences to become homeowners before having their first child has been undermined by the dramatic changes in the UK housing market over recent decades, causing a marked fall in homeownership rates among young adults.
Using prospective longitudinal data from the British Household Panel Survey (1991-2008) and the United Kingdom Household Longitudinal Survey (2009-2016), and applying multilevel discrete-time event-history techniques, we investigate whether and how the link between housing tenure and motherhood has changed over recent decades in Britain, and whether the link is moderated by local area characteristics including housing markets.
1048-1053
Pearson
Tocchioni, Valentina
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Berrington, Ann
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Vignoli, Daniele
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Vitali, Agnese
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Abbruzzo, Antonino
Brentari, Eugenio
Chiodi, Marcello
Tocchioni, Valentina
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Berrington, Ann
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Vignoli, Daniele
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Vitali, Agnese
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Abbruzzo, Antonino
Brentari, Eugenio
Chiodi, Marcello

Tocchioni, Valentina, Berrington, Ann, Vignoli, Daniele and Vitali, Agnese (2018) The transition to motherhood among British Young Women: Does housing tenure play a role? Abbruzzo, Antonino, Brentari, Eugenio and Chiodi, Marcello (eds.) In Book of Short Papers SIS 2018. Pearson. pp. 1048-1053 .

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Abstract

A positive link between homeownership and fertility is usually presumed.
Nevertheless, couples’ preferences to become homeowners before having their first child has been undermined by the dramatic changes in the UK housing market over recent decades, causing a marked fall in homeownership rates among young adults.
Using prospective longitudinal data from the British Household Panel Survey (1991-2008) and the United Kingdom Household Longitudinal Survey (2009-2016), and applying multilevel discrete-time event-history techniques, we investigate whether and how the link between housing tenure and motherhood has changed over recent decades in Britain, and whether the link is moderated by local area characteristics including housing markets.

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Published date: 2018
Venue - Dates: 49th Scientific Meeting fo the Italian Statistical Society, Italy, 2018-06-20 - 2018-06-22

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Local EPrints ID: 427357
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/427357
PURE UUID: edaaef7f-8c79-47f1-a4c3-1e71cb685759
ORCID for Agnese Vitali: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0029-9447

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Date deposited: 14 Jan 2019 17:30
Last modified: 08 Aug 2020 01:40

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