Very low fertility: an East Asian dilemma
In the immediate post-war years, two prominent American demographers were attached to the MacArthur administration in Japan. One was Warren Thompson who, from the 1920s, had been an advocate of control over population growth as a necessary condition of economic development in developing countries. The other was Frank Lorimer, who was associated with the Princeton group of demographers which, from the late 1940s, began to argue that family planning was a necessary precursor to development in...[Show more]
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|Source:||East Asia Forum Quarterly (EAFQ)|
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