Population Policies and Programmes in Singapore

About the Publication

Population Policies and Programmes in Singapore presents a comprehensive account of the governments initiatives to influence the course of fertility, and hence the rate of population growth, in the island state of Singapore since the 1950s. The book may be viewed as a case study of the public policy of a country in the area of population with regard to fertility and population growth. The fundamental population issue of low below-replacement fertility, coupled with its adverse consequences, is discussed. More specifically, the book is a convenient source of detailed information on all the existing pronatalist incentives, financial or otherwise.


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Population Policies and Programmes in Singapore 60.00 USD
Preliminary pages Download
1. Background 5.00 USD
2. A Private Programme 5.00 USD
3. The Government Programme 5.00 USD
4. Induced Abortion 5.00 USD
5. Voluntary Sterilization 5.00 USD
6. Incentives and Disincentives 5.00 USD
7. Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice 5.00 USD
8. Rapid Fertility Decline 5.00 USD
9. Uplifting Fertility of Better-Educated Women 5.00 USD
10. Relaxing Old Antinatalist Policies 5.00 USD
11. Introducing Limited Pronatalist Policies 5.00 USD
12. Strengthening Old Pronatalist Incentives 5.00 USD
13. Introducing New Pronatalist Incentives 5.00 USD
14. Prolonged Below-Replacement Fertility 5.00 USD
15. Future Population Trends 5.00 USD
Appendix A: Talent for the Future Download
Appendix B: When Couples Have Fewer Than Two Download
Appendix C: Who Is Having Too Few Babies? Download
Appendix D: The Second Long March Download
Appendix E: Babies Download
Bibliography Download
Index Download

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