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CHIL02: Fertility rates by reporting country, age and time

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2/13/2024
Births per 1000 women in age group
2/14/2024
9/19/2018
Statistics Denmark [FOD407].
Statistics Faroe Islands [IB02030_FD_FERTKV5].
Delivered by National Statistics Institutes (Greenland, Åland).
Statistics Finland [12ds], [12du].
Statistics Iceland [MAN05201], [MAN05202].
Statistics Norway [8555], [4232].
Eurostat [demo_frate] (EU).
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Total , 15-19 years , 20-24 years ,

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The measure of total fertility shows how many (live) children a woman would give birth to if she gave birth during her lifetime as women do today, here reported per 1,000 women. It is calculated as the number of births by mother's age/(mean population by age/1 000).

The total fertility rate is calculated on the basis of 1-year age groups and can thus differ from a total fertility rate calculated on the basis of 5-year fertility rates. The 5-year fertility rates refer to live births per 1000 women in the different age groups. Mean population is used in calculation of age groups.

Age-group calculation is the number of births in age-group /(mean population by age-group/1 000).

reporting country

Finland

Includes Åland.

Sweden

Total (age) refer to the total number of children that 1 000 women give birth to during their entire reproductive period, assuming no death occurs up until and including 49 years of age.

From 2017, there is no age limit and children born by women not registered in Sweden are excluded from the calculation. These changes have a minimal effect on the calculation on the fertility rates.
No age limit means that live births from women under 15 years are counted as if they were 15 years old. Live births from women older than 49 years are counted as if they were born by 49-year olds.

EU

European Union - 27 countries (from 2020).

reporting country: EU , time: 2014

Break in time series.

reporting country: EU , time: 2015

Break in time series.

reporting country: EU , time: 2017

Break in time series.

reporting country: EU , age: Total , time: 2010

Break in time series.

reporting country: EU , age: Total , time: 2011

Break in time series.

reporting country: EU , age: Total , time: 2012

Break in time series.