Publisher(s):China Academic Journals (CD Edition) Electronic Publishing House Co., Ltd.
First Published: 2020.11.24
Discipline(s): Education & Social Sciences
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Comprehensive Two-child Research Analysis is a compilation of 33 papers by China’s top demographers including Professor Qiao Xiaochun from the Institute of Population Research of Peking University, Professor Peng Xizhe from the Center for Population and Development Policy Studies of Fudan University, and Professor Song Jian from the Population Development Studies Center of Renmin University of China. These works cover journals like Chinese Journal of Population Science, Population & Economics, Population Research, and Population Journal. This Chinese-English bilingual e-book focuses on four themes: Selective Two-child Policy, Universal Two-child Policy, Gender & Two-child Research, and Comprehensive Research, and shows readers the latest research on China’s two-child policy and the current situation from the perspectives of policy, population, gender, resource, and employment. In the e-book, the number of Chinese characters totals around 320,000 and that of English words totals roughly 224,000.
1. China’s future selection of fertility policies: an analysis based on the implementation effect of the two-child policy
Chinese Journal of Population Science,Part 1: Selective Two-child Policy,No. 01
Chinese Journal of Population Science,Part 1: Selective Two-child Policy,No. 02
Chinese Journal of Population Science,Part 1: Selective Two-child Policy,No. 03
4. A study of the effect of the implementation of the “selective two-child policy”: an analysis based on the information check data of the only-child couples and their children
Chinese Journal of Population Science,Part 1: Selective Two-child Policy,No. 04
5. A research on the second childbirth intention and the fertility planning for the fertility age population in China
Population & Economics,Part 1: Selective Two-child Policy,No. 05
Population Journal,Part 1: Selective Two-child Policy,Vol 37,No. 06