12 Dec 2023
This research paper aims to study the impact of fertility rates on various socio-economic indicators including poverty level, labor force composition, education level and spending, and innovation in China, India, and Indonesia.
The fertility rate, the average number of children a woman has during her reproductive years, is an important demographic factor that can significantly influence a nation’s development trajectory. This study seeks to highlight the relationship between fertility rates and key socio-economic indicators by analyzing data from these three large and diverse countries, China, India, and Indonesia.
Additionally, this paper will look at how societies can maintain their fertility rate to a sustainable level.
Project Lead: Cristita Perez
プロジェクト担当 Cristita Perez