Social demography, marriage, and family change in the U.S. and Asia; Trends and variations in fertility in the U.S. and Asia; Population and the environment
Ronald R. Rindfuss is a Senior Fellow in the EWC Research Program , and Research Professor of Sociology and Carolina Population Center Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has a Ph.D. in sociology from Princeton University. He currently chairs NIH’s Social Science and Population Studies Study Section, ZRG1 SSPS-H 09 and is a member of the Advisory Board of the Galapagos Science Center. His publications include: “Order Amidst Change: Work and Family Trajectories in Japan,” “The Institutional Context of Low Fertility: The Case of Japan” and “Child Care Availability and Fertility in Norway.”
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