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It is often an underlying assumption that the new role of women and in general the trend toward a more egalitarian view of the concept of partnership is a main factor behind the low fertility rates in rich countries. The aim of this paper is to test the consequences of gender (in)equity on the desire of women and men to have (further) children by using "gender inequity" as an important category within population science. In our assumptions we want to test whether an unequal distribution offatcat:fdqfp4no7zfyzdrp33rzqskrnm