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Mitch Mokhtari  1, N. Asgary2
  • 1 University of Maryland, College Park, United States of America, Maryland, Prince George County, Washington, University of Maryland College Park Quarter
  • 2 Center for International Business, Jones School of Business, State University of New York – Geneseo, United States, State of New York, Livingston County, Geneseo

A Microeconometric Approach to the Incentive Effect of Shortage on Fertility

2006. Vol. 10. No. 1. P. 33–47 [issue contents]
This paper provides empirical evidence on the effects of quantity constraints on fertility. The results show that quantity constraints and fertility are positively related. Moreover, it is found that family earnings, male labor-force participation, and large living spaces positively affect fertility. However, divorced respondents appear to have fewer children. We also find that respondents who use birth control have more children.
Citation: Mokhtari M., Asgary N. (2006) A Microeconometric Approach to the Incentive Effect of Shortage on Fertility [A Microeconometric Approach to the Incentive Effect of Shortage on Fertility]. HSE Economic Journal , vol. 10, no 1, pp. 33-47 (in Russian)
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