Libertad González, Luis Guirola, and Blanca Zapater study the effect of unexpected election results on fertility outcomes, using administrative data on births and abortions for Spain.
Libertad González and Sofia Trommlerová explore how a child benefit in Spain affected birth rates and abortions.
Lídia Farré and Libertad González analyze the effect of the introduction of a paternity leave allowance in Spain on households’ labor market and fertility decisions.
When migrants enter a new country, do they bring their family planning practices with them? Looking at birth certificate data, Libertad Gonzalez shows that some immigrant populations known to have son-biased birth ratios in their home country also have biased birth ratios in Spain.