JOSÉ ANTONIO ORTEGA
JOSÉ ANTONIO ORTEGA
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The emergence of lowest‐low fertility in Europe during the 1990s
HP Kohler, FC Billari, JA Ortega
Population and development review 28 (4), 641-680, 2002
16682002
Low fertility in Europe: Causes, implications and policy options
HP Kohler, FC Billari, JA Ortega
The baby bust: Who will do the work, 48-109, 2006
2732006
Tempo-adjusted period parity progression measures, fertility postponement and completed cohort fertility
HP Kohler, JA Ortega
Demographic research 6, 91-144, 2002
2112002
Tempo-adjusted period parity progression measures: Assessing the implications of delayed childbearing for cohort fertility in Sweden, the Netherlands and Spain
HP Kohler, JA Ortega
Demographic Research 6, 145-190, 2002
832002
Towards a theory of lowest-low fertility
HP Kohler, FC Billari, JA Ortega
IUSSP General Conference, 18-24, 2001
772001
Intergenerational transmission of reproductive traits in Spain during the demographic transition
DS Reher, JA Ortega, A Sanz-Gimeno
Human Nature 19 (1), 23-43, 2008
492008
Measuring low fertility: rethinking demographic methods
JA Ortega, HP Kohler
Hommage à Gérard Calot. Profession: Démographe, 141-181, 2009
42*2009
Las consecuencias demográficas
JA Ortega, J Silvestre
La economía de la Guerra Civil, 53-105, 2006
372006
A characterization of world union patterns at the national and regional level
JA Ortega
Population Research and Policy Review 33 (2), 161-188, 2014
262014
Old insights and new approaches: Fertility analysis and tempo adjustment in the age-parity model
HP Kohler, JA Ortega
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 57-89, 2004
252004
¿ Está cayendo realmente la fecundidad española?: Separación de los efectos intensidad, calendario y varianza en el Índice Sintético de Fecundidad
JAO Osona, HP Kohler
Reis, 95-122, 2001
212001
Short-term economic fluctuations and demographic behavior: some examples from 20th century South America
JA Ortega Osona, D Reher
Demographic responses to economic adjustment in Latin America, 129-55, 1997
211997
Birth replacement ratios: New measures of period population replacement
JA Ortega
Fundación de las Cajas de Ahorros, Working Paper 261, 1-32, 2006
182006
Revisión de conceptos demográficos
JA Ortega
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Versión Octubre, 2001
182001
Malthus revisited: Exploring medium-range interactions between economic and demographic forces in historic Europe
DS Reher, JA Ortega
Population and economy: from hunger to modern economic growth, 183-212, 2000
172000
Despoblamiento y envejecimiento en Castilla y León durante el siglo XX: análisis a través de la emigración femenina y la pérdida de nacimientos
A Del Rey, M Cebrián, JA Ortega
Ager. Revista de Estudios sobre Despoblación y Desarrollo Rural 8 (2009 …, 2009
162009
Joint forecasts of Southern European fertility rates with non-stationary dynamic factor models
JA Ortega, P Poncela
International Journal of Forecasting 21 (3), 539-550, 2005
152005
¿ Está cayendo realmente la fecundidad española? Separación de los efectos intensidad, calendario y varianza en el Índice Sintético de Fecundidad
JA ORTEGA OSONA, HP KOHLER
Revista española de investigaciones sociológicas, 95-122, 2001
142001
Period parity progression measures with continued fertility postponement: a new look at the implications of delayed childbearing for cohort fertility
HP Kohler, JA Ortega
Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research Working Paper, 2001-001, 2001
122001
Declínio da fecundidade no Brasil e México e o nível de reposição: efeitos tempo, parturição e quantum
A Miranda-Ribeiro, ELG Rios-Neto, JA Ortega
Población y Salud Sexual y Reproductiva en América Latina, 81-100, 2008
112008
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