THE IMPACT OF THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSITION ON FERTILITY AND FAMILY FORMATION IN MONGOLIA

@article{Spoorenberg2009THEIO,
  title={THE IMPACT OF THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSITION ON FERTILITY AND FAMILY FORMATION IN MONGOLIA},
  author={T. Spoorenberg},
  journal={Asian Population Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={127 - 151}
}
  • T. Spoorenberg
  • Published 2009
  • Economics
  • Asian Population Studies
  • Mongolia has never been a member of the USSR, but the collapse of the Soviet Union deeply affected this country. While a growing body of literature documents the consequences of this collapse on fertility and family formation behaviour for the former socialist countries in Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltic countries, Russia and Ukraine, and more recently, countries in Central Asia, Mongolia received only limited attention. This paper aims to fill this gap. As a consequence of the… CONTINUE READING
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