Session 50:
Interactions Between Fertility and Reproductive Health

Thursday, March 31
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Salon A
Level 5

Chair: Dawn Upchurch, University of California, Los Angeles
Discussant: Jane E. Miller, Rutgers University

  1. Why Did Reproductive Health Improve in Washington DC in the 1990s? The Role of Demographic and Socioeconomic ChangesSanders Korenman, City University of New York at Baruch; Danielle H. Ferry, National Bureau of Economic Research

  2. Effects of Increased Access to Infertility Treatment on Infant Health Outcomes: Evidence from Twin BirthsMarianne Bitler, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC)

  3. The Importance of Motherhood: A Community Based Study of Infertility in Moshi, Northern TanzaniaUlla M. Larsen, University of Maryland; Marida Hollos, Brown University

  4. The Relationship between Female Genital Cutting and Fertility: A Case Study in Northern GhanaElizabeth F. Jackson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Philip B. Adongo, Navrongo Health Research Centre; Ayaga A. Bawah, Navrongo Health Research Centre; Ellie Feinglass, Population Council

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