Reforming Path of China’s Fertility Policy in Stabilizing Demographic Dividends Perspective

@article{Wu2018ReformingPO,
  title={Reforming Path of China’s Fertility Policy in Stabilizing Demographic Dividends Perspective},
  author={Pengkun Wu and Chong Wu and Yuanyuan Wu},
  journal={Social Indicators Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={137},
  pages={1225-1243}
}
The recent years witnessed a sharp drop in China’s demographic dividend; therefore, some reform measures about China’s fertility policy have been adopted to optimize population structures and to maintain demographic dividend. However, our simulation results reveal that the new two-child fertility policy cannot effectively deal with population ageing, and that China’s fertility policy needs further adjustment. Specifically, we find that the new two-child fertility policy will deteriorate… Expand
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