Why do English-speaking countries have relatively high fertility?
In broad terms, the division in Europe between countries with very low fertility and countries with sustainable fertility matches Esping-Anderson's classification of the same countries into 'conservative' and 'social democratic' (Esping-Anderson 1990). A
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