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econometric simulation of the economic effects of fertility control

Shuiliang Tung

econometric simulation of the economic effects of fertility control

a case study of Taiwan

by Shuiliang Tung

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Published by Economic Research Center, Dept. of Commerce in Agana, Guam .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Taiwan,
  • Taiwan.
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- Economic aspects -- Taiwan -- Econometric models.,
    • Birth control -- Economic aspects -- Taiwan -- Econometric models.,
    • Economics -- Taiwan.,
    • Demography -- Taiwan.,
    • Population control -- Taiwan.,
    • Taiwan -- Population -- Econometric models.,
    • Taiwan -- Economic conditions -- 1975- -- Econometric models.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Shuiliang Tung.
      SeriesERC monograph ;, 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1066.A3 T8 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 114 p. :
      Number of Pages114
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4258861M
      LC Control Number81004419

      The total fertility rate is the expected number of births a woman would have over the course of her life. The decreasing relationship between the two variables demonstrates the connection between fertility choices and economic considerations. In general, poor countries tend to have higher levels of fertility than rich countries. Subsequently, based on the population scenarios in – under the multipopulation policies and multidevelopment pathways, GDP in China is projected to explore the effects of different fertility policies on the economy. 2 Methodologies SSPs. The SSPs were developed to describe future societal and environmental changes.

      Focus: High School Economics,a core volume in a new generation of National Council publications, is dedicated to increasing the economic literacy of all students. The Focus publications, the new cen-terpiece of EconomicsAmerica, build on almost five decades of success in delivering economic education to America’s students.   The economic theory of fertility suggests an incentive effect: more educated women have higher opportunity costs of bearing children in terms of lost income. The household bargaining model suggests that more educated women are better able to support themselves and have more bargaining power, including on family size.

      For decades, the primary argument in justifying education has been based on its direct economic effects. Yet education also provides "social benefits" for individuals and society at large, including a better way of taking care of ourselves, and consequently creating a better society to live in. ADVERTISEMENTS: The most well-known theory of population is the Malthusian theory. Thomas Robert Malthus wrote his essay on “Principle of Population” in and modified some of his conclusions in the next edition in The rapidly increasing population of England encouraged by a misguided Poor Law distressed him very deeply. He feared that England [ ].


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2 An earlier version of this paper, with a slightly different title – “The Effect of Interventions to Reduce Fertility on Economic Growth,” featured a baseline scenario of constant fertility (in a stable population) and an alternative scenario of the total fertility rate falling instantaneously by Cited by: Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, – fertility rate.

The effect of economic recession dominates that of economic boom. sample corrections obtained by simulation. The. The Effect of Fertility Reduction on Economic Growth Article (PDF Available) in Population and Development Review 39(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Downloadable. We assess quantitatively the effect of exogenous reductions in fertility on output per capita. Our simulation model allows for effects that run through schooling, the size and age structure of the population, capital accumulation, parental time input into child-rearing, and crowding of fixed natural resources.

The model is parameterized using a combination of microeconomic Cited by: Growth of Rationalism and Fertility Decline: Roderich von Ungern-Stenberg, in his book, The Causes of the Decline in the Birth Rate within the European Sphere of Civilization, published inargued that increasing prosperity is not the cause but the goal, and birth control is the means for attaining this goal.

Downloadable. We assess quantitatively the effect of exogenous reductions in fertility on output per capita.

Our simulation model allows for effects that run through schooling, the size and age structure of the population, capital accumulation, parental time input into child-rearing, and crowding of fixed natural resources.

The model is parameterized using a combination of microeconomic. In addition to age composition effects, fertility declines can affect female labour market participation at the aggregate level, and are an important cause of the rise in women's participation in the labour force in high-income countries, 34, 35 The rapid economic growth of the so-called Asian Tigers (Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and.

fraction of the variation in fertility, economic variables did better than others. Section I develops this framework and sets out some of its impli-cations.

Section II uses this framework to analyze the actual effects of income on fertility. Section III speculates about some further implications of the discussion in I and II. The Economic. The Incidental Fertility Effects of School Condom Distribution Programs Kasey S.

Buckles, Daniel M. Hungerman. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in June NBER Program(s):Children, Health Economics While the fertility effects of improving teenagers’ access to contraception are theoretically ambiguous, most empirical work has shown that access decreases teen fertility.

Through their effects on fertility, labor supply and productivity, and child health and schooling, these choices can also have a major impact on economic growth and welfare. The research was designed to improve the understanding of the determinants and impacts of the major life course transitions of young women in Senegal and Madagascar.

PROSE Awards: Economics The book has been reviewed in Science, Nature, New York Times, The Independent, Daily Mail, Times Higher Education, International Herald Tribune, The New York Review of Books, Journal of Economic Literature, Journal of Economic History, American Journal of Human Biology, Social History of Medicine, BBC radio and the Brian Lehrer Show at WNYC radio.

Econometrics is the application of statistical methods to economic data in order to give empirical content to economic relationships. More precisely, it is "the quantitative analysis of actual economic phenomena based on the concurrent development of theory and observation, related by appropriate methods of inference".

An introductory economics textbook describes econometrics as allowing. DATA. The fertility histories of women in 16 western European countries are taken from the European Social Survey (), which is a biennial survey of more than 20 countries designed as a representative sample of all people aged 15 and older living in private households in each data set derived from the ESS survey comprises second-round data collected in / in.

This book has been developed in response to requests from a number of research institutions and universities in developing countries for training on trade policy analysis.

Despite the growing use of quantitative economics in policy making, no existing publications directly address the full range of practical questions covered here. Economics and the Tragedy of the Commons: In both macroeconomics and microeconomics principles courses, economists teach the virtue of markets as an allocative mechanism.

But markets sometimes fail. This example, implemented over the internet, allows students to simulate the market failure associated with a common property resource, a salmon fishery, and evaluate ways to control.

Abstracts:Full Text Papers:Authors:Papers received: (last 12 months) 74, Paper Downloads. Articles in economics journals are usually given classification codes according to a system originated by the Journal of Economic JEL is published quarterly by the American Economic Association (AEA) and contains survey articles and information on recently published books and dissertations.

The AEA maintains EconLit, a searchable data base of citations for articles, books. Besides we wanted to study the impact of lethal haplotypes on fertility and to estimate of approximate economic loss resulting from carrier by carrier matings.

MATERIALS AND METHODS The model: A dynamic stochastic model that describes the biological reproduction and genetic characteristics was used for simulation of a dairy cattle population. Co-Director, Economics of Education Specialization, Michigan State University: July to present.

Professor of Economics, Michigan State University: July 1, to J Associate Professor of Economics, Michigan State University: September 1, to J economic growth during the s or s, except in the poorest of the developing countries.

The GDP downturns noted during the s could have been amplified by global debt burden and recession. Or it could represent, at least in part, a delayed effect of the high fertility of these earlier decades.7 In fact, economists are unsure if the.

3. Alternative frameworks for evaluating the effects of economic regulation Efficient regulation of natural monopolies "Imperfect" regulation of natural monopolies in the "public interest" Regulation of multi-firm industries The political economy of .C.1, which shows past and projected fertility rates and life expectancy.

The decrease in total fertility is clearly noticeable. The Economist () reports that almost half the world’s population – billion – already lives in Figure C World fertility rate and life expectancy, Children per woman 2 4 6 1 3 5 7 0 20 40 Years.Cambridge University Press published his book "Labour Unions, Public Policy, and Economic Growth" in His other publications include articles e.g.

in Applied Mathematics and Computation, Economica, European Journal of Political Economy, German Economic Review, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Economics, Journal of.