China's Population Policy at the Crossroads: Social Impacts and Prospects.

Abstract

China's total fertility rate fell below replacement level in the 1990s. From the 1970s the fertility rate declined dramatically, mainly as a consequence of the national population policy whose aim has been to limit birth numbers, control population growth and boost economic growth. Having achieved such a low fertility rate, how will China's population… (More)

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@article{Jiang2013ChinasPP, title={China's Population Policy at the Crossroads: Social Impacts and Prospects.}, author={Quanbao Jiang and Shuzhuo Li and Marcus W. Feldman}, journal={Asian journal of social science}, year={2013}, volume={41 2}, pages={193-218} }