Publications

Hartnett, Caroline. “Fertility Rates.” Forthcoming, The Encyclopedia of Family Studies, Edited by Constance Shehan.

Harknett, Kristen and Hartnett, Caroline. 2014. “The Gap Between Births Intended and Births Achieved in 22 European Countries, 2004-07.” Population StudiesLink

Hartnett, Caroline. 2014. “White-Hispanic Differences in Meeting Lifetime Fertility Intentions in the U.S.” Demographic Research, 30(43):1245-1276 Link

Hartnett, Caroline, Birditt, Kira, Furstenberg, Frank, and Fingerman, Karen. 2013. “Parental Support During Young Adulthood: Why Does Assistance Decline with Age?” Journal of Family Issues 34(7):975-1007.   Link

Hartnett, Caroline. 2012. “Are Hispanic Women Happier About Unintended Births?” Population Research and Policy Review 31: 683–701.  Link

Hartnett, Caroline & Parrado, Emilio. 2012. “Racial-Ethnic Differences in the Social Value of Children: Hispanic Familism Reconsidered,” Sociological Quarterly 53: 636–653.  Link

Harknettt, Kristen and Hartnett, Caroline. 2011. “Who Lacks Support and Why? An Examination of Mothers’ Personal Safety Nets.” Journal of Marriage and Family, 73(4)Link

Preston, Samuel and Hartnett, Caroline. “The Future of American Fertility.” 2010. In Demography and the Economy, John Shoven, ed. University of Chicago Press for National Bureau of Economic Research. Draft issued as NBER Working Paper 14498.  PDF

Lindberg Laura, Frost Jennifer, Sten (Hartnett), Caroline and Dailard Cynthia. 2006. “Provision of Contraceptive and Related Services By Publicly Funded Family Planning Clinics,” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 38(3). Link

Lindberg Laura, Frost Jennifer, Sten (Hartnett), Caroline and Dailard Cynthia. 2006. “The Provision and Funding of Contraceptive Services at Publicly Funded Family Planning Agencies: 1995-2003,” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 38(1). Link

Prada Elena, Kestler, Edgar, Sten (Hartnett), Caroline, Dauphinee, Lindsay and Ramírez, Lisa. 2005. “Abortion and Postabortion Care in Guatemala: A Report from Health Professional and Health Facility Surveys,” Occasional Report No. 18, New York: The Alan Guttmacher Institute. Link

 

 

 

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