3 edition of Impact of development programme on fertility found in the catalog.
Impact of development programme on fertility
by Centre for Population Management and Research, IBA, University of Dhaka in [Dhaka], Bangladesh
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -52.
|Series||Research monograph / Centre for Population Management and Research ;, 1, Research monograph (Centre for Population Management and Research (Bangladesh)) ;, 1.|
|LC Classifications||HB1050.6.G39 K33 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||83907869|
The Kerala model of development is a model of development based on the practices adopted in the state of Kerala, is characterized by achievements in social indicators such as education, healthcare, high life expectancy, low infant mortality and low birth rate, by the creation of productive social infrastructure rather than materialistic infrastructure. The impact of the second ‘shock,' namely the introduction of the stricter control measures in , appears to be much more muted. While there are differences in the s as a result of the reform involving the regulation on marriage age, the TFR for SynthChina and actual China are broadly in sync from the early s.
General Information. Reproduction, Fertility and Development welcomes the submission of papers presenting original and significant research (see Scope).All papers are refereed, in consultation with our Editorial Board.. Research articles should report research that addresses a fundamental question in reproductive biology. One session of the meeting dealt with measuring the effects of program subsidies on the use of contraceptives. In the most general sense, subsidies can refer to any valued service (including provision of information) provided free of charge or at less than cost, with some portion of the costs borne by the public sector. A more restricted meaning is contraceptive supplies priced free or below cost.
The book puts emphasis on the role of technologists and scientists in promoting development, such as in the fields of biology and medicine. The text notes the emergence of socio-economic problems in the sector of food and agriculture and how these problems can . Fertility in Developing Countries T. Paul Schultz Yale University May Notes: Center discussion papers are preliminary materials circulated to stimulate discussion and critical comments Support from the Rockefeller Foundation for the training and research program on the family in low income countries at Yale University is acknowledged.
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This paper takes advantage of a massive school construction program that took place in Indonesia between and to estimate the effect of education on fertility and child mortality. Time and region varying exposure to the school construction program generates instrumental variables for the average education in the household, and the difference in education between husband and wife.
The effects of family planning programs on fertility in the developing world (English) Abstract. This paper addresses the key elements and changes in population policies and programs, including the strength of program effort, from to How Development Programs Can Affect Fertility: The Case of EVELOPING coun- tries engage in many programs to im- prove living standards and increase productivity in rural areas.
To the extent that such development pro- grams can also have a posi- tive effect on fertility reduction, they may result in a more efficient use Of.
Fertility of service sires may have had some influence on these results, but this could not be investigated here, as S heifers were mated only to high merit bulls and C heifers to average merit bulls.
Fertility trends and their implications for development. development of new biotechnology. 2) Eliminate or reverse tempo effect • Declining high fertility brings multiple positiveFile Size: KB. There has been a significant decline in fertility in many parts of India since the early s.
This paper re-examines the determinants of fertility levels and fertility decline, using panel data on Indian districts for and We find that women's education is the most important factor explaining fertility differences across the.
Impact of female education on fertility in Bangladesh 19 Concerning the parity-specific fertility, the respondents time to first birth from age 12 was computed by subtracting 12 from their age at first birth.
Those who did not have any child were also included in the analysis of first birth as censored cases. The cross-country association between total fertility rate (TFR) and HDI in and is shown in Fig. both years, the association is negative for HDI levels below the range of – The impact of infertility can have deleterious social and psychological consequences on the individual, from overt ostracism or divorce to more subtle forms of social stigma leading to isolation and mental distress.2, 3 In some cultures, motherhood is the only way for.
Given the consistent findings in the development literature that fertility is associated with economic growth for individuals, families, and even influences a country's Gross Domestic Product, I.
development. In the absence of relevant text and reference books that are specifically prepared for undergraduate students of health sciences, the lecture notes help to maintain standard of course contents among the different health sciences training institutions and alleviate the scarcity of text books.
public policies on fertility are essential in order to put the roles of development and family planning programs in their proper perspectives. In the present article, a modest attempt is made to assess the impact of public policies concerning population and socioeconomic development on fertility in India.
This is done by exam. Statement by Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen, UNFPA's Deputy Executive Director of Managment, at the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals Excellencies,Distinguished delegates,Ladies and gentlemen, The world population has surpassed the 7 billion mark and.
The Feasibility of Fertility Planning: Micro Perspectives is a collection of papers presented during a conference held at the Institute of Development Studies in December Part 1 gives an introduction to the paradigms and perspectives of population growth and rural poverty in Third World countries.
Fertility, Education and Development: Further Evidence from India ∗ Jean Drèze Mamta Murthi CDE, Delhi School of Economics CHE, King’s College Delhi Cambridge CB2 1ST (e-mail: [email protected]) (e-mail: [email protected]) 22 November, Abstract There has been a significant decline in fertility in many parts of India since the.
Fertility, Education, Growth, and Sustainability (The CICSE Lectures in Growth and Development) [David De La Croix] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fertility choices depend not only on the surrounding culture but also on economic incentives, which have. It was found that in developing countries economic development affects both on family planning performance and fertility in 2 opposite directions.
1st, higher levels and faster rates of economic development induce greater inequality of income, which in turn aggravates family planning acceptance and crude birthrates.
2nd and conversely, economic development contributes favorably to higher. The field of development economics has evolved since volume 3 of the Handbook of Development Economics was published more than a decade ago. Volume 4 takes stock of some of the newer trends and their implications for research in the field and our understanding of economic : Hardcover.
The results show that while the program was effective in reducing fertility, it had no significant impact on children's school enrollment. However, the program appears to have significantly raised boys' participation in the labor force.
Family Planning: Program Effects Grant Miller, Kimberly Singer Babiarz. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in OctoberRevised in December NBER Program(s):Children, Development Economics, Health Care, Health Economics This paper reviews empirical evidence on the micro-level consequences of family planning programs in middle- and low-income countries.
The Effects of Education and Family Planning Programs on Fertility in Indonesia gustavo angeles, david k. guilkey, and thomas a. mroz University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill I. Introduction Almost all studies of the impact of education on fertility ﬁnd that the estimated reductions in fertility rates associated with increases in education.Fertility and education are key factors in advancing development and reducing poverty.
The reduced fertility typical of demographic transitions has been shown to confer a num- .Abstract: This paper presents the findings of some recent research on the social and the economic benefits of female education and considers the pathways through which women's schooling leads to social gains.
These findings may provide insights as to why Bahá'u'lláh stressed the importance of women's education. Introduction In the Bahá'í teachings there are two extraordinary statements.