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There has been little empirical work evaluating the sensitivity of fertility to financial incentives at the household … benefits and tax credits among comparable households. We implement this approach by estimating a discrete choice model of … female participation and fertility, using individual data from the French Labor Force Survey and a fairly detailed …
There has been little empirical work evaluating the sensitivity of fertility to financial incentives at the household … benefits and tax credits among 'comparable' households. We implement this approach by estimating a discrete choice model of … female participation and fertility, using individual data from the French Labor Force Survey and a fairly detailed …
There has been little empirical work evaluating the sensitivity of fertility to financial incentives at the household … benefits and tax credits among "comparable" households. We implement this approach by estimating a discrete choice model of … female participation and fertility, using individual data from the French Labor Force Survey and a fairly detailed …
direct cost of 0.3% of GDP might raise total fertility by about 0.3 point. -- Population ; fertility ; incentives ; benefits …There has been little empirical work evaluating the sensitivity of fertility to financial incentives at the household … benefits and tax credits among "comparable" households. We implement this approach by estimating a discrete choice model of …
direct cost of 0.3% of GDP might raise total fertility by about 0.3 point. -- Population ; fertility ; incentives ; benefits …There has been little empirical work evaluating the sensitivity of fertility to financial incentives at the household … benefits and tax credits among "comparable households. We implement this approach by estimating a discrete choice model of …
In a model with endogenous fertility and labor supply three instruments of family policies are analyzed: child benefits …, the secondary earner's labor supply and welfare. Child benefits and subsidies for external child care are more effective … for external child care into a welfare program with child benefits makes families better off. …
female labor supply and fertility. However, particularly in the last decade or so, the relationship across countries has been … positive: for example countries like Germany, Italy and Spain with the lowest fertility rates also have the lowest female … female labor supply and higher fertility. These results are strengthened when we take account of the heterogeneity among …
female labor supply and fertility. However, particularly in the last decade or so, the relationship across countries has been … positive: for example countries like Germany, Italy and Spain with the lowest fertility rates also have the lowest female … female labor supply and higher fertility. These results are strengthened when we take account of the heterogeneity among …
There has been little empirical work evaluating the sensitivity of fertility to financial incentives at the household … benefits and tax credits among "comparable households. We implement this approach by estimating a discrete choice model of … female participation and fertility, using individual data from the French Labor Force Survey and a fairly detailed …
In a model with endogenous fertility and labor supply three instruments of family policies are analyzed: child benefits …, the secondary earner's labor supply and welfare. Child benefits and subsidies for external child care are more effective … for external child care into a welfare program with child benefits makes families better off. …