English, Article edition: MACROECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FERTILITY Marek LOUŽEK

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  • MACROECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FERTILITY
Author
  • Marek LOUŽEK
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  • The paper is concerned with macroeconomic aspects of fertility. Second section starts by outlining the role of population in the history of economic thought, and continues by examining the theory of demographic transition. The fourth section explores the relation between population and economic growth, distinguishing theoretical approaches and empirical research. The fifth section examines the relation between the birth rate and death rate. The sixth section makes insights into the interdependence of fertility and business cycles. The seventh section takes the fiscal effects of population development into account.
  • population development, macroeconomics, fiscal effects, economic theory, business cycles
  • RePEc:prg:jnlpol:v:2005:y:2005:i:6:id:534:p:733-746
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