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China’s declining birth rate and changes in CCP population policies

Linda Zhang - The Jameston Foundation, 28 February 2020.
04-03-2020
The Chinese have traditionally viewed offspring as a form of wealth, and have placed immense value on fecundity.
 

Demographics can be a potent driver of economic development

David E. Bloom - International Monetary Fund, March 2020.
04-03-2020
It is an overstatement to say that demography determines all, as it downplays the fact that both demographic trajectories and their development implications are responsive to economic incentives; to policy and institutional reforms; and to changes in technology, cultural norms, and behavior.
 

Is the UK in danger of failing a generation?

Robert Booth - The Guardian, 4 March 2020.
04-03-2020
Research finds UK lags behind other countries on measures including infant mortality.
 

Germany passes new law for skilled workers to immigrate

Ryan Brothwell - Business Tech, 2 March 2020.
04-03-2020
Workers are also allowed to bring their spouses and minor children to Germany, but they must prove to be able to support them financially and must provide them with sufficient living space.
 

Working parents, give yourself permission to recharge

Elizabeth Grace Saunders - Harvard Business Review, 24 February 2020.
29-02-2020
To love and care for your children well, you need to love and care for yourself well.
 

Many children turn to homeschooling in China as coronavirus spreads

Julia Hollingsworth - CNN, 29 February 2020.
29-02-2020
The worst thing for children would be just to be isolated, at home, without emotional support from their friends, without the opportunity to have a skilled educator to help them learn.
 

How demographics affect society

Gayatri Sitaraman - Cornell Daily Sun, 29 February 2020.
29-02-2020
Beyond the worlds of academia and diplomacy, an expert from Cornell Population Center places a strong emphasis on ensuring the next generation of scientists are equipped to address the world’s great social and population transformations that lie ahead.
 

US: Demography is not political destiny

David Apgar - The Globalist, 26 February 2020.
29-02-2020
Are Republicans really doomed electorally because of the demographic changes underway in the United States?
 

Youth can be a clear advantage for India

Meenakshi Datta Ghosh - The Hindu, 24 February 2020.
29-02-2020
Its close to five decade-long demographic opportunity can be leveraged only with suitable policies and programmes.
 

American parenting styles sweep Europe

Olga Mecking - BBC, 26th February 2020.
29-02-2020
European parents have historically been relaxed when it comes to raising their children, but today more and more are adopting the kind of intensive parenting style common in the US.
 
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