8 edition of Childbearing trends and prospects in low-fertility countries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Tomas Frejka and Jean-Paul Sardon ; with the assistance of Alain Confesson.|
|Series||European studies of population ;, v. 13|
|LC Classifications||HB901 .F735 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004051528|
contemporary childbearing trends: the levels and trends of first births in developed countries. It is part of a larger project which has been analyzing childbearing trends and prospects in advanced countries using the cohort method. The project has been in progress during the past six years (Frejka, Sardon and ). 1. B. Background. Childbearing Trends and Prospects in Low-Fertility Countries: A Cohort Analysis by Tomas Frejka, Jean-Paul Sardon Childbearing Trends and Prospects in Low-Fertility Countries: A Cohort Analysis by Tomas Frejka, Jean-Paul Sardon (pp. ).
Downloadable! Between and , China experiencoed a rapid and sharp fertility decline—from total fertility rates of approximately six births to two. The degree to which Chinese fertility has continued to fall after is controversial. We use survey data from the National Population and Reproductive Health Survey and from the Reproductive Health and Family Planning Survey. countries have total fertility rates below and some have recorded below-replacement fertility rates for decades. Low fertility rates contribute to a rapid ageing of the population and to an absolute decline in population size. One direct consequence of low fertility rates is .
Trends in parity‐specific cohort fertility by age also suggest below replacement completed fertility for cohorts still in the childbearing years. In the article's second section, we identify key components of low period fertility in order to frame our discussion of two questions: 1) in what ways is Chinese low fertility different from/similar Cited by: Rapid population growth is a threat to wellbeing in the poorest countries, whereas very low fertility increasingly threatens the future welfare of many developed countries. The mapping of global trends in population growth from –10 shows four distinct by:
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: Childbearing Trends and Prospects in Low-Fertility Countries: A Cohort Analysis (European Studies of Population) (): Tomas Frejka, Jean-Paul Sardon: BooksCited by: Low fertility, one of the critical issues in the contemporary world, will persist in the foreseeable future.
That is arguably the principal conclusion of this book. Fundamental changes in social security and health care systems, taxation schemes, and migration policies, Childbearing trends and prospects in low-fertility countries book instance, are inevitable, unless societies are able to institute effective measures and create favorable conditions for increasing fertility.
Childbearing Trends and Prospects in Low-Fertility Countries: A Cohort AnalysisAuthor: Tomas Frejka, Jean-Paul Sardon Published by Springer Netherlands ISBN. Get this from a library. Childbearing trends and prospects in low-fertility countries: a cohort analysis.
[Tomaš Frejka; Alain Confesson] -- "The present study applies the cohort analysis approach to detailed data covering over half of the 20th century for populations of 35 countries. In distinction to most previous studies, that approach. Get this from a library. Childbearing trends and prospects in low-fertility countries: a cohort analysis.
[Tomaš Frejka; Alain Confesson] -- Low fertility, one of the critical issues in the contemporary world, will persist in the foreseeable future. That is arguably the principal conclusion of this book. Fundamental changes in social. The World Population Prospects publication provides United Nations population estimates for all countries in the world for each year between and and projections under different scenarios (low, medium and high) for each year between and Childbearing Trends and Prospects in Low-Fertility Countries: A Cohort Analysis (European Studies of Population) (1st Edition) by Tomas Frejka, Jean-Paul Sardon, Alain Confesson, Tomaš Frejka, Alain Confession Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast.
2 day shipping options. At the same time, in most of the low-fertility countries approximately the age of 27 is the turning point after which a recuperation of delayed fertility tends to occur.
To measure childbearing recuperation the cumulated age specific cohort fertility rates between the 27 th and the 40 th birthdays were employed. For the justification. This book examines the trends, underlying factors, and policy implications of fertility declines in three East Asian countries: Japan, South Korea, and China.
In contrast to Western countries that have also experienced fertility declines to below-replacement levels, fertility decline in these East Asian countries is most notable in its rapidity. in Low-Fertility Countries: Patterns, Performance, and Prospects Paul Demeny On 18 JulyPresident Richard Nixon transmitted a "Message on Population" to the US Congress.
That date is better remembered as marking the day of man's first landing on the Moon, but for today's reader the Message, too, offers a certain degree of fascination.
European fertility trends and prospects. Gerda Neyer (Stockholm University, Sweden). and fertility prospects in low fertility countries of East and Southeast Asia. Diversity of childbearing. Recent fertility trends, policy responses and fertility prospects in low fertility countries of East and Southeast Asia Gavin W.
Jones. Request PDF | Book Reviews: Tomas Frejka and Jean-Paul Sardon. Childbearing Trends and Prospects in Low-Fertility Countries. A Cohort Analysis. European Studies of Author: Tomas Sobotka. Book Review; Published: March ; Book Reviews: Tomas Frejka and Jean-Paul Sardon. Childbearing Trends and Prospects in Low-Fertility Countries.
A Cohort Analysis. European Studies of Population, Vol. 13, Dordrecht, Boston, and London: Kluwer Academic Publishers,xvi+ pp.
Tomáš Sobotka 1Author: Tomáš Sobotka. Trends in fertility and birth rates. The fertility rate measures the number of births per 1, women of childbearing age (ages 15 to 44) occurring in a particular year; birth rates refer to this measure within particular age groups.
Fertility rates in the United States declined sharply from the Baby Boom years of the s and early s until ( and 66 births per 1, women of. The phenomenon of women delaying childbirth and limiting family size to two children or less is gaining traction worldwide.
Low fertility rates can deliver prosperity for individuals, but disrupt patterns of economic growth. Some countries compensate for low fertility rates with immigration, which brings its own set of worries. childbearing trends: the levels and trends of first births in developed countries.
It is part of a larger project which has been analyzing childbearing trends and prospects in advanced countries using the cohort method. The project has been in progress during the past six years (Frejka, Sardon and ).
BackgroundCited by: This eye-opening book looks at demographic trends in Europe, North America, and Asia—areas that now have low fertility rates—and argues that there is an essential yet often neglected political dimension to a full assessment of these trends.
Political decisions that promote or discourage marriage and childbearing, facilitate or discourage Cited by: the GDP increased by less than 1%, 26 low-fertility countries, 35 Figure A2: Economic recessions and period TFR in Sweden, (1-year time lag). Years with negative GDP growth are marked by grey lines 37 LIST OF TABLES Table 1: GDP growth and change in the period total fertility rate (TFR) in 26 low-fertility.
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childbearing taking place in all regions of Europe. Almost three quarters of Europeans currently live in societies with the TFR below An analysis of cohort fertility trends revealed that whatever differences there may have been in the long-term trends between Western countries, the outstanding feature is that.At the beginning of the s, Swedish researchers started a sociological study of all children born in Stockholm inProject Metropolitan.
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