Kasey Buckles

Kasey Buckles

Brian and Jeannelle Brady Associate Professor
Economics and Econometrics

436 Flanner Hall
574-631-6210
kbuckles@nd.edu

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  • Economics of the family
  • Economic demography
  • Health economics
  • Labor economics

Bloomberg

What’s Discouraging Millennials From Starting a Family?

Associated Press

Lowest US birth rate in 3 decades could pose risk to economy

NPR

Hidden Brain: Relationship Between Having Babies And The Economy

Audio
The Wall Street Journal

How Pregnancy Could Help Us Anticipate U.S. Recessions

The Wall Street Journal

Pregnancies can help predict a recession

Notre Dame study find link between conceptions and economic recessions

Audio

Economists' Latest Leading Recessionary Indicator: Sex

NPR

Pregnancy Rate Might Predict Future Recessions, Researchers Suggest

Pregnancy is better guide to recession than top economists

Can pregnancy rates predict a recession?

Can declining pregnancy rates predict a recession?

The Huffington Post

Birth Rates Can Be Used To Predict Recessions, Study Suggests

The Tell: Low fertility rate may predict the next recession

phys.org

Study points to fertility as a leading economic indicator

Measuring the economic state with baby bumps

Hoe zwangere vrouwen een economische crisis kunnen voorspellen (How pregnant women can predict an economic crisis)

Declining fertility rate may predict the next recession

BBC News

Can you predict a recession by looking at pregnancy rates?

CNBC

Can pregnancy rates predict a recession? America’s top economic research bureau thinks so

Economists urged to use fertility to predict recessions