Live long, prosper and multiply? The consequences of China's One Child Policy
The relaxation of China’s One Child Policy in 2015 was in response to the problems posed by both population ageing and the growing number of men with no prospect of marriage. In the first of two complementary articles, Heather Booth and Kim Xu consider the likely effects of this policy change for the Chinese population.
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