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Deux enfants par femme dans la France de 2006 : la faute aux immigrées ?


  • François Héran
  • Gilles Pison


Les étrangères contribuent aux naissances de la France dans une proportion de 12 % et les immigrées, qui incluent les étrangères devenues françaises, dans une proportion de 15 %. La fécondité des étrangères est plus élevée que celle des Françaises (3,3 enfants contre 1,8 en 2004), mais comme ce surcroît ne concerne qu'une minorité au sein de la population, il relève seulement de 0,1 enfant le taux de fécondité de la métropole, qui passe ainsi de 1,8 à 1,9 enfant par femme en 2004. Immigration ou pas, la fécondité de la France reste l'une des plus élevées d'Europe.

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  • François Héran & Gilles Pison, 2007. "Deux enfants par femme dans la France de 2006 : la faute aux immigrées ?," Population et Sociétés 432, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).
  • Handle: RePEc:idg:posocf:432

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