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Coping with sustained low fertility in France and the Netherlands

Coping with sustained low fertility in France and the Netherlands

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Published by Swets & Zeitlinger in Amsterdam, Berwyn, Pa .
Written in

    Places:
  • France.,
  • Netherlands.
    • Subjects:
    • Fertility, Human -- France.,
    • Fertility, Human -- Netherlands.,
    • Labor supply -- France.,
    • Labor supply -- Netherlands.,
    • Households -- France.,
    • Households -- Netherlands.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Nico van Nimwegen, Jean-Claude Chesnais, Pearl Dykstra.
      SeriesNIDI CBGS publications,, 27
      ContributionsNimwegen, Nico van., Chesnais, Jean-Claude., Dykstra, Pearl A. 1956-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1003 .C67 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination346 p. :
      Number of Pages346
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1160479M
      ISBN 109026513437
      LC Control Number94138922

      Abstract. The consequences of low fertility depend on just how low fertility has fallen and how long it has been at that level. Table lists very low fertility countries (total fertility rate (TFR) below ), moderately low fertility countries (TFR –), and countries at replacement level, together with their TFRs in and the period that the TFR had been continually below Cited by: Germany the period of low fertility even started in the middle of the s. Periods of low fertility also occurred in Denmark and the Netherlands during the s as well as in Sweden at the end of the s (Figures 1 to 4). These developments led to a shift in the patterns of .

      Germany the period of low fertility started even in the middle of the s. These countries now constitute the group with the lowest fertility levels in Western Europe. Periods of low fertility also occurred in Denmark and the Netherlands during the s as well as Cited by: Demographic trends and the labour market in the Netherlands. Pp. in N. van Nimwegen, J.C. Chesnais and P. Dykstra (eds.) Coping with Sustained Low Fertility in France and the Netherlands, Amsterdam and Berwyn, PA: Swets and Zeitlinger Publishers,

        Dealing with infertility Fertility treatment is an expensive and often futile lottery. But for thousands of childless couples it's their only chance of having what everyone else takes for granted. Background: Depending on whether the global level of fertility is assumed to converge to the current European TFR (~) or that of Southeast Asia or Central America (~), global population will either decline to billion by or increase to billion, if mortality continues to rmore, sizeable human populations exist where the voluntarily chosen ideal family size.


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Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coping with sustained low fertility in France and the Netherlands. Amsterdam ; Berwyn, Pa.: Swets. In book: Coping with sustained low fertility in France and the Netherlands, Chapter: 4, Publisher: Swtes & Zeitlinger, Editors: Nico van Nimwegen, Jean-Claude Chesnais, Pearl Dykstra, pp In book: Coping with Sustained Low Fertility in France and The Netherlands, Edition: NIDI CBGS Publicati Chapter: 7, Publisher: Swets and Zeitlinger, Editors: Nico van Nimwegen, Jean-Claude.

sustained lowest-low fertility prior to (Figure 1). Inthe early s, Italy and Spain were the first countries to attain and sustain lowest-low fertility levels, and in there were 17 lowest-low fertility countries in Southern, Central and Eastern Europe with a total population of over million persons.

the Netherlands has managed to sustain near-replacement fertility. In Ronald R. Rindfuss and Minja Kim Choe (Eds.), Low and Lower Fertility: Variations acrossFile Size: KB. Furthermore, the results of regression analysis demonstrated that two coping strategies including active-avoidance (β=, p.

Thirty years ago only a small fraction of the world’s population lived in the few countries with fertility rates substantially below the “replacement level” – the rate at which the fertility of a hypothetical cohort of women would exactly replace itself in the next generation – normally set at children per woman for populations with low mortality conditions.

Author(s): Nimwegen,Nico van Title(s): Coping with sustained low fertility in France and the Netherlands/ edited by Nico van Nimwegen, Jean-Claude Chesnais, Pearl Dykstra. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Amsterdam ; Berwyn, PA: Swets & Zeitlinger, c The Cost of Low Fertility in Europe David E.

Bloom, David Canning, Günther Fink, and Jocelyn E. Finlay NBER Working Paper No. March JEL No. J13,J21,O52 ABSTRACT We analyze the effect of fertility on income per capita with a particular focus on the experience of Europe. Sustained low fertility and spatial population distribution in France.

In: Coping with sustained low fertility in France and the Netherlands, edited by Nico van Nimwegen, Jean-Claude Chesnais, and Pearl Dykstra. the suggested threshold of. If so, lowest-low fertility in Europe may be considered a temporary effect of delayed motherhood, likely to fade away once the fertility postponement ceases.

In this case the fears of sustained extremely low levels of fertility affecting an increasing number of Euro-pean societies would be unsubstantiated.

Low fertility, low modern contraceptive prevalence and the high number of abortions – the case of Serbia By Mirjana ras˘evic´, Katarina sedlecki 16 Defending the family – the Latvian experience By Linda Anderson 18 Sexual and reproductive health in low fertility.

known to accelerate population ageing if sustained for a longer period (McDonald, ). The German-speaking countries in the General Family Support policy configuration type also have shown very low levels of childbearing, more or less counterbalanced though by reasonably high fertility rates in the other countries of that Size: KB.

Regional Population Studies Regional studies are defined as international, national, and subnational, but not global. Coping with sustained low fertility in France and the Netherlands, edited by Nico van Nimwegen, Jean-Claude Chesnais, and Pearl Dykstra.

The main factors noted concerning France are a decline in fertility, an increase. The positive impact of this open-ended approach to families on fertility is borne out by the statistics, at more than children per woman in Sweden, Norway, Finland and France.

After a steep decline beginning in the s, France’s total fertility rate (TFR) stabilized in the mids and has remained consistently at around – children per womenFile Size: KB.

2 been shattered. In the early s, for instance, Italy and Spain attained lowest-low fertil- ity levels, defined as a TFR belowand at the end of the s there were 14 lowest-low fertility countries in Southern, Central and Eastern Europe (Kohler et al.

The next worst scenario, the “Static Low” scenario, has fertility declining, then simply staying stagnant at low, levels, and has decline setting in a few years later. No decline among over women.

Births rates over the first nine months of indicate that - compared to the same period last year - fewer women in the age category have given birth, but the same applies to women in the age categories and The birth rate among women aged 35 and older remained almost the same and the rate in the age category in fact rose marginally.

The transition from high to low fertility has been-in every society that has experienced it-a one-time event. It is a clear break with the past and so far has been an irreversible process that continues until low lev-els of fertility are reached.

The majority of the world's population now. Fertility clinics in Netherlands Clinic Name: Academisch Medisch Centrum (Poli ENVO) Address: Meibergdreef 9 City/Town: Amsterdam Country: Netherlands Telephone: Clinic Name: Academisch Ziekenhuis van de Vrije Universiteit (IVF-centrum, gebouw Zuid) Address: Amstelveenseweg City/Town: Amsterdam Country: Netherlands Telephone.lowest-low fertility.

2. Lowest-low fertility and its causes The emergence and spread of lowest-low fertility in Europe Very low fertility is not necessarily a phenomenon that is exclusive to the last quarter of the Twenti-eth Century.

Several cities in Europe had below .Coping with Infertility – Acknowledge Your Emotions During the struggle of infertility, many singles and couples struggle with intense feelings of despair, guilt, failure and more.

The emotional significance of infertility will be different for each; however, the emotions .