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05843: Net reproduction rates and age at birth for cohorts of women (5-year cohorts) (closed series) 1821-1825 - 1971-1975

Espen Andersen, Statistics Norway
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Anders Sønstebø, Statistics Norway
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2005-11-10 10:00
Net reproduction rate:
Age of birth, average:
Age of birth, median:
Net reproduction rate:
Five-year period
Age of birth, average:
Five-year period
Age of birth, median:
Five-year period
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Net reproduction rate

Average number of actual live-born daughters ever born to a woman in the cohort.

Age of birth, average

Age at birth (average/median) to be found for a cohort living through the age-specific fertility rates observed in the (reference) period. This 'hypothetical' age at birth is not being influenced by cohort size variations, as opposed to the 'observed' age at birth based on actual births in the period. In this case, however, the difference from 'observed' age is insignificant after 1940.

Age of birth, median

The age where one half of the women was younger or had exactly reached that age.