Desired fertility and the impact of population policies Pritchett, Lant H

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Pritchett, Lant H
Appears In
Population and Development Review
Subjects
Birth control -- Economic aspects; Sociology and social work; Political science
Audience
Academic
Summary
Family planning effort or contraception cost is not an important factor determining differences in fertility. Fertility desires may be a major factor influencing fertility decisions. Improved contraceptive access alone is insufficient to reduce fertility. The timing of first birth can have lifelong socioeconomic impact for the mother.
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/155421
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155421

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