Chapter 3 – Intergenerational Effects on Fertility and Intended Family Size: Implications for Future Fertility Change in China
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1 – Background

China’s fertility rate has been below replacement level since the early 1990s, and China entered the list of low-fertility countries in the 21st century. The fertility transition of over three decades in China has been a result of the combined effect of family planning programs, birth policy, and socioeconomic developmen…

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Zheng, Zhenzhen, “Chapter 3 – Intergenerational Effects on Fertility and Intended Family Size: Implications for Future Fertility Change in China”, in: Chinese Research Perspectives Online, Edited by: International Advisory Board Chinese Research Perspectives Online. Consulted online on 18 October 2017 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2213-6002_crpn_CAI_9789004273177_0003>
First published online: 2014



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