Saturday, April 13 / 9:15 AM - 10:45 AM · Lone Star A

Session 210
Flash Session: Recent Trends in Fertility and Contraception in the United States

Chair: Caroline Hartnett, University of South Carolina

1. Has the Opioid Crisis Affected Family Formation? Evaluating Local Nonmarital Childbearing, 2000-2016Monica Caudillo , University of Maryland; Andres Villarreal, University of Maryland.

2. Changes in the Proximate Determinants of Teenage Childbearing in the Unoted States, 1995–2015Hilary Flowers , University of California, Los Angeles; Megan M. Sweeney, University of California, Los Angeles.

3. Variation in Achieved and Intended Fertility and Demographic Scenarios for Future FertilityAlison Gemmill , Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY).

4. Breastfeeding Success and Expectations for More ChildrenVida Maralani , Cornell University.

5. Recent Trends in Elective Deliveries in New Jersey and CaliforniaJulien O. Teitler, Columbia University; Kayuet Liu, University of California, Los Angeles; Rayven Plaza, Columbia University; Angela Clague, University of California, Los Angeles; Peter S. Bearman, Columbia University; Nancy Reichman , Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

6. Assortative Mating and the Reconfiguration of Social Status From Parents to Children: Trends in Childbearing by Men and Women’s Characteristics for U.S. Couples 2000–2015Margaret M. Weden , RAND Corporation; Michael S. Rendall, University of Maryland; Joey Brown, University of Maryland; Polina Zvavitch, University of Maryland.

7. Has U.S. Fertility Declined? The Answer Depends on Use of a Period Versus Cohort Measure of FertilityLawrence L. Wu , New York University (NYU); Nicholas Mark, New York University.

8. Identifying the Effect of Cesarean Delivery on Subsequent ChildbearingOlga Yakusheva, Marquette University; Marianne Weiss, Marquette University; Kandice Kapinos , RAND Corporation.

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