Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Peri-Rotem, N. and Scott, J. (2017). Differences in partnership and marital status at first birth by women’s and partners’education: Evidence from Britain 1991-2012. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 15, 181-213.

Peri-Rotem, N. (2016). Religion and Fertility in Western Europe: Trends across Cohorts in Britain, France and the Netherlands. European Journal of Population, 32(2), 231-265. 

Peri-Rotem, N. (2012). Statistics of Identity: Representation of Minority Groups in the Population Census. St Antony’s International Review, 8(1), 106-117.

Working Papers

Peri-Rotem, N. (2016). Reproduction in an Era of Bio-Tech Revolution. Position Paper. Philomathia Social Sciences Research Programme. University of Cambridge.

Phren, S. and Peri, N. (2010). Prospective Immigration to Israel through 2030: Methodological Issues and Challenges. Proceedings of the Work Session on Demographic Projections, Lisbon, April 2010. Eurostat Methodologies and Working Papers, 269-278.

Blog Posts

Peri-Rotem, N. (2017). Revisiting the Concept of Reproductive Rights. Reproductive Sociology Research Group (ReproSoc) Blog (10 January 2017).

Peri-Rotem, N. (2016). Child in time: Should (in)fertility be discussed in schools? Reproductive Sociology Research Group (ReproSoc) Blog (22 April 2016).

Peri-Rotem, N. (2016). Fending Off the Stork: Why Do Some People Delay Childbearing Until it is (Almost) Too Late? Reproductive Sociology Research Group (ReproSoc) Blog (29 January 2016).

Selected Conference Papers

Educational Differences in Non-Marital Childbearing in Britain: What do Recent Data Reveal?. British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, University of Winchester, UK, 12-14 September 2016.

Education and the Transition to Parenthood among Partnered and Single Women in Britain. International Conference on Education and reproduction in low-fertility settings (EDUREP), Vienna Institute of Demography. Vienna, Austria. 2-4 December 2015.

Couples’ Education, Fertility and Union Stability in Britain: Implications of the Changing Educational Gender Gap. Annual Conference of the European Sociological Association, Prague, Czech Republic. 25-28 August 2015.

Couples’ Education, Fertility and Union Stability in the United Kingdom. Annual International Conference on Demography and Population Studies, Athens, Greece. 15-18 June 2015.

Family-Work Practicesand Attitudes among Religious Groups in the United Kingdom. British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, Swansea University, United Kingdom, September 2013.

Is There Evidence of Fertility Convergence among Religious Groups in Western Europe? Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2013.

The Role of Religion in Shaping Fertility Behaviour in Western Europe. Invited talk for the Fertility, Reproduction and Family Working Group, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 31 December 2012.

Religion, Family Behaviour and Women's Work: The Cases of France and the Netherlands. The British Sociological Association Sociology of Religion Study Group Annual Meeting: Religion and (In)Equalities, University of Chester, United Kingdom, March 2012.  

Religious Differences in Family-Work Practices in Europe. European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR) 20th Anniversary Conference: European Society or Societies? A 20-Year Perspective, University College Dublin, Ireland, December 2011.

Religiosity, Education and Fertility in Europe: A Cross-National Comparison. 1st Generations and Gender Programme User Conference, Budapest, Hungary, May 2011.

Fertility Trends by Educational Level: The Case of Jewish Women in Israel 1972-1994. British Society for Population Studies Annual Conference, University of Sussex, United Kingdom,  September 2009.