CHIL02: Fertility rates by reporting country, age and time
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Unit
Births per 1 000 women in the age group and Total fertility
Contact
nordicstatistics@statisticon.org
Latest update
10/26/2018
Creation date
9/19/2018
Source
National Statistical Institutes and National Board of Survey in Finland
Matrix
CHIL02
Footnotes

Footnotes

The total fertility rate is the total number of live births per 1 000 women who survive the reproductive period of their lives (age 15-49) given that they all gave birth to the exact number of children specified in a given year's fertility rate within each age group.

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 1 000 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)

Total fertility calculation is the number of births by mother's age/(mean population by age/1 000)

CHIL01 and POPU02 are used in the calculations.
reporting country
Greenland
Latest data available: 2015.