Abstracts, Revue futuribles n° 217

Abstracts n°217

Western European countries, after having recorded a large recovery in fertility after the Second World War (baby boom), s aw their fertility rate drop from the mid-sixties on and, within ten years, to a level well under the 2.1 children per w o m a n necessary to renew the population. This drop started first and simultaneously in Western and Northern Europe and ten years later but in a particularly drastic and sharp fashion, in Southern Europe.

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