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, Covered cohorts Covered cohorts Covered cohorts for MAM and TFR for MA1M for female education Austria, 1936.

, Belarus, 1932.

, Canada, 1906.

, Czech Republic, 1935.

W. England, , 1923.

G. East, NA Germany West 1941-1973 NA NA Hungary, 1935.

, Italy, 1939.

, Lithuania, 1935.

, Portugal, 1925.

, Russia, 1907.

, Sweden, 1906.

, Ukraine 1944-1973 1944-1973 NA United States, 1918.

, Table A1: An overview of the data 0.0161*** -9.242*** 0.0421*** -5.136*** -8.990*** (7.93) (-31.02) (12.82)

, Cohort TFR, issue.2