‘10 policies for renewing family life’
October 20, 2011
The authors of The Sustainable Demographic Dividend-- a recently published report that found there are over 60 million fewer children in the developed world today than there were in 1965--suggest ten public policy decisions that could help lead to a renewal of family life.
The policies include promoting family enterprises, easing “the tension between higher education and family formation,” and fostering thrift.
- Ten policies for renewing family life (MercatorNet)
- Sustainable Demographic Dividend
- Birth dearth: over 60 million fewer children in developed world than in 1965 (CWN, 10/10)
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