[The economics of fertility: toward a synthetic population science].


The author examines the developent of population science as a separate discipline. In particular, he traces recent developments in economic demography starting with the work of Becker in the 1960s and describes the debate between the school of Becker and the school of Easterlin. The difficulties of combining the techniques and methodologies from different… (More)


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