Economic Demography - Economic on Fertility
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Economic Demography - Economic on Fertility


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In the paper, дЫПThe Quiet Revolution That Transformed WomenдЫЄs Employment, Education, and Family,дЫќ Claudia Goldin describes the transformation of women from just a homemaker to an independent career woman across the evolutionary and revolutionary phases starting in early nineteenth century to late 70s. This expanded horizon in womenдЫЄs identity is noted through a number of evidences observed by Goldin:In the National Longitudinal Survey conducted amongst 14-24 year olds in 1968, it was observed that more and more young women aspired to be a part of paid labor force. Since the survey tracked their aspirations over the period of 35 years, it was seen that the participation rate amongst young women in human capital increased to 0.75-0.80. The survey also observed that a higher number of

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