Policies, Institutions and Fertility Rates: A Panel Data Analysis for OECD Countries
AbstractTotal fertility rates at, or below, replacement level characterise today 64 countries with populations totalling 44% of that of the world. Many of these countries have total fertility rates below 1.5 and some have recorded belowreplacement fertility rates for decades.
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