- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- 1 Fertility and Public Policy: An Introduction
- 2 The Economics of the Family and Its Policy Implications: Why Should We Care about Fertility Outcomes?
- 3 Low Fertility and Population Aging in Germany and Japan: Prospects and Policies
- 4 Effects of Public Policies and Labor Market on the Fertility of Japanese Women: Analyses of Municipal Data
- 5 On the Persistence of Low Birth Rates in Japan
- 6 An Evaluation of a Pronatal Subsidy in Korea: A Quasi-experimental Approach
- 7 Fertility Transition and Its Socioeconomic Impacts in China
- 8 Fertility and Social Policy
- 9 Family Policies and Fertility in Sweden<sup>1</sup>
- 10 Does Fertility Respond to Work and Family-life Reconciliation Policies in France?
- 11 Given That People Live Longer, Why Should We Worry That Fewer Are Born?
- Fertility and Public Policy
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