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Title: Economics of the family; marriage, children and human capital; a conference report.
Authors: National Bureau of Economic Research
Population Council
Schultz, T.W.
Keywords: ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
ECONOMIC MODELS
FERTILITY
BEHAVIOUR
FAMILY
UNITED STATES
STATISTICAL DATA
ATTITUDES
CHILDREN
FAMILY SIZE
WOMEN
TIME FACTOR
CHILD REARING
MARRIAGE
HOUSEHOLD
JAPAN
ISRAEL
TAIWAN
Date: 1974
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago, US
Abstract: IDRC governor. Compilation on the economic analysis and economic models of fertility behaviour of the family, especially in the USA - (1) discusses attitudes toward children, desired family size, women's role (human capital and time factors) in child rearing; economics of marriage; "household function" (2) includes case studies from Japan, Israel and Taiwan; bibliography, statistical data.
Description: Meeting: Conferences on Population and Family Economics, June 1972 and June 1973, New York, N.Y., US
ISBN: 0 226 74085 4
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/108
Access: IDRC Only
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