Natalist policies in the United States.

@article{Lopoo2012NatalistPI,
  title={Natalist policies in the United States.},
  author={Leonard M. Lopoo and Kerri M. Raissian},
  journal={Journal of policy analysis and management : [the journal of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management]},
  year={2012},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={905-46}
}
This retrospective reviews the policies that affect the fertility of American women, both policies designed to alter fertility intentionally as well as those that change childbearing unintentionally. Becker’s seminal work on the economics of fertility serves as the theoretical foundation for this literature. After describing Becker’s economic model, we review the empirical literature on fertility responses to social welfare policies, tax policies, the mandated health care coverage of… CONTINUE READING

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