2 edition of relation of economic class and fertility found in the catalog.
relation of economic class and fertility
Terence H. Hull
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Terence H. Hull and Valerie J. Hull.|
|Series||Report series - Population Institute, Gadjah Mada University ; no. 6, Seri laporan (Universitas Gadjah Mada. Lembaga Kependudukan) ;, no. 6.|
|Contributions||Hull, Valerie J., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HB903.F4 H8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 39 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||76941324|
7 See Stevenson, T. H. C., “ The Fertility of the Various Social Classes in England and Wales from the Middle of the Nineteenth Century to ,” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 83 (May ), –17, –23, who notes that differences in married fertility between the classes were very much less for marriages dating from –61 than for those of –Cited by: This book brings together a broad range of experts researching the different aspects of foods and dietary supplements that promote or detract from reproductive health. Section One contains several overview chapters on fertility, how it is assessed, and how it can be affected by different metabolic states, nutritional habits, dietary supplements.
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Get this from a library. The relation of economic class and fertility: an analysis of some Indonesian data. [Terence H Hull; Valerie J Hull]. Many recent fertility studies in developing societies put forward the hypothesis of a negative relation between economic class and fertility.
Data showing a positive relationship are frequently dismissed a priori as resulting from the reporting errors of illiterate women. This study draws on data from Indonesia's Census, a sample survey of fertility and mortality, and an intensive Cited by: The relation of economic class and fertility: An analysis of some Indonesian data.
Hull TH, Hull VJ. Summary Many recent fertility studies in developing societies put forward the hypothesis of a negative relation between economic class and fertility. Data showing a positive relationship are frequently dismissed a priori as resulting from the Cited by: Get this from a library.
The positive relation between economic class and family size in Java: a case study of the intermediate variables determining fertility. [Valerie J Hull]. occupation/social class/rank in a social hierarchy, income/wealth) and world region. 2 Castro and Juarez () present data on the relation between education and fertility based on DHS data in 26 developing countries.
Cochrane () analyse the relation between education and fertility, based on 96 samples. The total fertility rate is the expected number of births a woman would have over the course of her life. The decreasing relationship between the two variables demonstrates the connection between fertility choices and economic considerations.
In general, poor countries tend to have higher levels of. The inverse relationship between income and fertility has been termed a demographic-economic paradox. Thomas Malthus, in his book An Essay on the Principle of Population, proposed that greater means (higher income) would enable the production of more offspring (a higher fertility rate) .However, roughly speaking, nations or subpopulations with higher GDP per capita are.
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An Economic Analysis of Fertility Gary S. Becker. Chapter in NBER book Demographic and Economic Change in Developed Countries (), George B. Roberts, Chairman, Universities-National Bureau Committee for Economic Research (p. - ) Published in by Columbia University Press.
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The Relation of Income and Fertility PHILLIP R. KUNZ* Using Census data, evidence is compiled to show the reversal of the historical inverse relationship of income and fertility with a five percent national sample of urbanized women whose husbands have the same type of social characteristics but vary in income.
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THEORIES OF FERTILITY Robert L. Brown Claire Norville Abstract Social policy planners are often faced with the difficult task of predicting future levels of fertility. A country’s fertility rate can have many political, social and economic effects. For example, the demand for social services and medical care, political views and voting.
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[ ]. The relationship between economic development and fertility has been examined by several scholars. In particular Heer, using data from 41 nations (24 developing and 17 developed) tested three hypotheses.
His objective was to reconcile the two prevailing views in this context, namely, that economic development on one hand promotes and on the-other inhibits by: Simon Szreter’s book "Fertility, Class, and Gender in Britain, " argues that social and economic class fails to explain the cross-sectional differences in marital fertility as reported Author: Simon Szreter.
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7: The Economics of Fertility in Developed Countries: A Survey ticular birth cohort4 and each birth cohort's TFR is displayed in the year in which that cohort attained its mean age of fertility.5 Regardless of the measure used, it is clear that the US has experienced a substantial.
fertility and economic development across sub-national regions of highly developed countries, we first reflect on the main factors that contributed to the negative association typical of many of these states in the 20 th century.
As there is a vast literature on this topic (e.g., Becker. Macroeconomic analyses. The best known early aggregate analysis of the relationship between population growth and development is Kuznets ().His study found a positive correlation between growth rates of population and income per capita within broad country groupings, which he interpreted as evidence of a lack of a negative causal effect of population growth on income growth, contrary Cited by: There has been a significant decline in fertility in many parts of India since the early s.
This paper re-examines the determinants of fertility levels and fertility decline, using panel data on Indian districts for and We find that women's education is the most important factor explaining fertility differences across theFile Size: KB.
Leibenstein: An Interpretation of the Economic Theory of Fertility elements are simple and we could do worse than start with a compressed summary of its essentials.5 As a theory of social evolution, the Tran-sition Theory carries on the tradition of biological determinism from the school of Social Darwinism.
The relevant aspects of. In nations with low levels of fertility, upper class families exhibit even lower fertility than average. Social class has both a cause and an effect relationship with family composition.
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Superimposed on these within-family effects is the possibility that lower fertility will alter the distribution of children among families by income class.
If fertility declines are largest among high- income families, average levels of schooling and health among children could actually decrease despite an absolute improvement in measures of.
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This paper uses longitudinal data for – to examine the relationship of husband’s income to expected fertility, to final parity, and to the discrepancy between initial expectations and final parity, separately for four groups of women who in either had just given birth to a first, second, or fourth child or had just been married.
Although economic reasons frequently were Cited by: | Female education and its impact on fertility Researchers have observed women’s access to education in order to determine whether this has an impact on fertility. A US study compared areas by number of colleges present, and found that female college graduates have 20% fewer children, on average, than high-school graduates .Cited by: 2.
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