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Auswirkungen familienpolitischer Instrumente auf die Fertilität : internationaler Vergleich für ausgewählte Länder ; Studie im Auftrag der Robert Bosch Stiftung

  • Volker Meier


In allen OECD-Ländern sind die Geburtenraten in den letzten vierzig Jahren erheblich gesunken. Trotz dieses gemeinsamen Trends kann aber sowohl in der zeitlichen Entwicklung als auch im aktuellen Stand des Geburtenverhaltens eine erhebliche Heterogenität beobachtet werden. Deutschland, Spanien und Italien weisen deutlich niedrigere Geburtenraten auf als Frankreich, das Vereinigte Königreich und die skandinavischen Staaten. Alle Länder setzen politische Maßnahmen ein, um die Einkommensposition von Familien zu verbessern. Wenngleich diese Maßnahmen in der Regel verteilungspolitisch motiviert sind, kann erwartet werden, dass diese auch die Geburtenziffern beeinflussen.

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This book is provided by Ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich in its series ifo Forschungsberichte with number 26 and published in 2005.
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