Concerns about low fertility rate regularly lead conservative politicians to call for higher birth rates by offering incentives, like baby bonuses. Will such alternative policy efforts effect a change? A survey among European demographers suggests that baby bonuses are perceived as highly ineffective.
|Journal||Demos: Bulletin over Bevolking en Samenleving|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Jun 2022|
- family planning
- child care subsidies