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世帯における育児サービスの生産と出生力に関する実証研究 : 少子化対策としての育児資源の役割


  • 吉田, 浩
  • 水落, 正明



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  • 吉田, 浩 & 水落, 正明, 2003. "世帯における育児サービスの生産と出生力に関する実証研究 : 少子化対策としての育児資源の役割," Discussion Paper 165, Center for Intergenerational Studies, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University.
  • Handle: RePEc:hit:piedp1:165
    Note: 2003.07.24, 本研究の基礎になった研究に対して文部科学省科学研究費補助金特定領域研究「世代間利害調整」(領域 番号:603)から研究費の助成を受けた。, The Effect of Resources for Childcare on Fertility in Japan

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