Country experts

Data are collected through a questionnaire sent out to country experts in 31 high-income countries. Country experts provide information on all policy areas and for all years between 1980 and 2020.

 

The countries considered in our questionnaire are (corresponding experts in brackets):

Australia (Tania Penovic, Deakin University)
Austria (Olaf Kapella, Universität Wien)
Belgium (Sarah Van de Velde, University of Antwerp)
Bulgaria (Elitsa Dimitrova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
Canada (Rachael Johnstone, Dalhousie University)
Croatia (Antonija Petričušić, University of Zagreb)
Czechia (Radka Dudová, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Denmark (Janne Rothmar Herrmann, University of Copenhagen)
Estonia (Kai Part, University of Tartu)
Finland (Mika Gissler, Finnish Institue of Health and Welfare)
France (Jennifer Merchant, Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II)
Germany (Maika Böhm, Hochschule Merseburg)
Greece (Confirmed expert)
Hungary (Ivett Szalma, Centre for Social Sciences)
Ireland (Confirmed expert)
Italy (Confirmed expert)
Japan (Confirmed expert)
Latvia (Confirmed expert)
Lithuania (Vaida Tretjakova, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences)
Netherlands (Giulia Giacometti, Rutgers)
Norway (Ingvill Stuvøy, Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Poland (Natalia Jarska, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Portugal (Ana Gama and Sónia Dias, National School of Public Health, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa)
Romania (Confirmed expert)
Slovakia (Confirmed expert)
Slovenia (Jana Javornik, University of Leeds)
Spain (Agata Ignaciuk, Universidad de Granada)
Sweden (Kristina Lod Castell, RFSU The Swedish Association for Sexual and Reproductive Rights)
Switzerland (Christine Sieber, Sexuelle Gesundheit Schweiz)
United Kingdom (Pam Lowe and Rebecca Blaylock, Centre for Reproductive Research and Communication)
United States (Confirmed expert)