International migration , transfers of norms and home country fertility

@inproceedings{Beine2008InternationalM,
  title={International migration , transfers of norms and home country fertility},
  author={Michel Beine},
  year={2008}
}
  • Michel Beine
  • Published 2008
International Migration, Transfers of Norms and Home Country Fertility This paper examines the relationship between international migration and source country fertility. The impact of international migration on source country fertility may have a number of causes, including a transfer of destination countries’ fertility norms and an incentive to acquire more education. We provide a rigorous test of the diffusion of fertility norms using original and detailed data on migration. Our results… CONTINUE READING

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