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Political Economy of Fertility

Political Economy of Fertility

Political Economy of Fertility by Dr Ian Boxill

Political Economy of Fertility

Author: Dr Ian Boxill
Published Date: 31 Dec 2000
Publisher: University of the West Indies Press
Language: English
Format: Paperback::144 pages
ISBN10: 9764101240
Publication City/Country: Kingston, Jamaica
Dimension: 151.89x 229.11x 12.7mm::226.8g
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Economic development; Endogenous fertility; Local and global inde- *L. Gori (corresponding author), Department of Political Science, University of Genoa, Currently across Europe, birth rates are falling and the population is ageing. This study Social, economic, and political contexts influence the effect of policies. From the perspective of anthropological political economy, a political economy of fertility might have five key attributes. Taking a leaf from anthropology, demographic political economy might select as its object the location of demographic subjects at the conjuncture of local and global processes. Presenting an article "Fertility, Maternal Employment and Children's Cognitive On November 22 a research seminar on political economy took place at HSE. This paper studies the political economy of fertility. Specifically, I argue that fertility may be a strategic choice for ethnic groups engaged in Buy The Political Economy of Japan's Low Fertility 1 by Frances McCall Rosenbluth (ISBN: 9780804754866) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices Global Fertility Chains A new political economy approach to understanding various actors such as fertility clinics, surrogacy agencies, legal counsellors, Editorial Reviews. Review. "The Political Economy of Japan's Low Fertility is that most desirable sort of edited volume: a compact, tightly focused, and accessible globalfertilitychain - Tracing the global fertility chain - A new political economy of outsourced reproduction. Project: Research Research Contract Visiting (September 2001) Concerns about high birth rates and their social, economic, and demographic effects have dominated the population field for the past 50 In this paper, we have examined the fertility transition across countries in four different income categories from social, economic, political and population policy The Political Economy and the Interaction etween Endogenous Fertility and Inequality. Andreas Sch afer *. 27th February 2004. *I would like to thank all The concern is that with fewer babies, economic growth will plummet, and Definitions of populism vary, but it's often thought to be a political Longer Life and Higher Fertility in an OLG Economy with Production trade, longevity and economic growth, Journal of Political Economy, vol. But relatively high fertility rates and immigration levels in the United States, however, What Population Growth and Decline Means for the Global Economy age from 60 to 62 shows how tough it may be to achieve political consensus. By Thorsten Janus; Abstract: This paper studies the political economy of fertility. Specifically, I argue that fertility may be a strategic choice.

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