low fertility pattern. This study begin with the current status of the national population projection as implemented by Statistics Korea by comparing the 2009 interim projection with the 2006 official national population projection. Secondly, this s
Fertility rates in Germany and South Korea have been low for decades. Recent trends in fertility rates are largely a result of the labour market, family policy and social attitudes towards child-care. In both countries unstable employment conditions
problems do the local governments have to executive the welfare
Recommend some solutions.
Free child care policy
Definition : Beneficiaries of free daycare center use to everyone
Background : 1. Formal reason, The advent of lowfertility society.
2. The main reason is welfare populism. 2007, Lee Myung-bak pledged to provi
- In 2001, some local governments have population problem and take action
- The Roh Moo-Hyun Transition Team implements pronatalism
-2005,<LowFertility and Population Aging Society fundamental law> legislation
-2006. 6, <새로마지21>plan announcement
Support policy's aid project
1. Society duty reinforce about childbirth, nurture
low-income levels. African peasants are likely to reduce production because they cannot afford the increased cost of fertilizer inputs. One solution is to have an extensive network of publicly funded research stations with advisers who reach out to small farmers. He says that commercial agriculture is the best way of making innovation quicker and easier. His say is important but I think is not th
fertility. Today몶s birth rate is extraordinarily low, and heading lower. This is an Asia-wide trend, but South Korea몶s has fallen more than most. The total fertility rate of South Korean women (ie, the average number of births they can expect) has dropped to just 1.26 (see chart 1), down from 4.5 in 1970 and 1.5 in 2000. That is roughly half the rate at which a population replaces itself. In
Fertility is one of the major determinants of a nation’s population
The society-wide consequences of the recent fertility decline will be pervasive, affecting demography, the economy, family links, inter-generational and international relationships.