A Multinomial Model of Fertility Choice and Offspring Sex-Ratios in India

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Rubiana Chamarbagwala; Martin Ranger;
  • Subject: Female Disadvantage, Mortality, Son Preference, Fertility, India
    • jel: jel:J11 | jel:O12 | jel:J16

Fertility decline in developing countries may have unexpected demographic consequences. Although lower fertility improves nutrition, health, and human capital investments for surviving children, little is known about the relationship between fertility outcomes and femal... View more
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