Analysis of the relations of time series of the birth rate and marriage rate in the czech republic in the years 1960-2007
The Czech Republic has undergone a profound political, economical and social transformation in the past few decades. The changes that have occurred in society showed strongly in the change in the demographic behaviour of society and the change in the general population climate. The transition to the market economy brought with it new opportunities for self-realisation, young people give preference to other values than the starting of a family at an early age. From the analysis of the time series it emerges that there is a long-run relationship between the birth rate and the marriage rate in the Czech Republic.
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