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Schlechte Arbeitsmarktchancen von Jugendlichen verringern die Geburtenrate


  • Max Haller
  • Regina Ressler


Der in Europa zu beobachtende Rückgang der Geburtenzahlen ist eine Folge der zunehmend schlechteren Arbeitsmarktchancen von Jugendlichen.Empirische Daten zeigen einen signifikanten Zusammenhang zwischen Jugendarbeitslosigkeit und Geburtenrate in den Ländern der Europäischen Union; Länder mit hoher Jugendarbeitslosigkeit weisen eine niedrige, solche m it niedriger Jugendarbeitslosigkeit - mit enigen Ausnahmen - eine höhere Fertilität auf. Soziologische Studien auf Mikroebene in Finnland, Spanien und Österreich zeigen, dass die ökonomische Lage junger Menschen einen wesentlichen Faktor für die Bereitschaft zur Familiengründung darstellt.

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  • Max Haller & Regina Ressler, 2005. "Schlechte Arbeitsmarktchancen von Jugendlichen verringern die Geburtenrate," Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft - WuG, Kammer für Arbeiter und Angestellte für Wien, Abteilung Wirtschaftswissenschaft und Statistik, vol. 31(4), pages 583-590.
  • Handle: RePEc:clr:wugarc:y:2005v:31i:4p:583

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