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[Summary]China - Fertility rate Economic and cultural factors lead to China's low fertility rate, more so than government's one-child policy - UNC Carolina Population Center China is famous for its one-child policy. Thirty years ago, most Chinese women gave b

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China - Fertility rate

China's Fertility Rate

Economic and cultural factors lead to China's low fertility rate, more so than government's one-child policy — UNC Carolina Population Center

China's Fertility Rate
China is famous for its one-child policy. Thirty years ago, most Chinese women gave birth to two to three children, already one of the lowest among developing countries. In its first decade of chaotic implementation, China's fertility stayed at a level of more than two children per woman, followed by an accelerated drop in fertility in the early 1990s, which brought China's fertility to its current level of about one and a half children per woman. Carolina Population Center Fellow Yong Cai's research suggests that economic and cultural factors are critical to understand China's low fertility, and are more important than the government's one-child policy. He advocates for the return of reproductive freedom to Chinese people.

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