Two years after China’s one-child policy was replaced in favour of a two-child policy, Jacqueline Hicks examines what improvements have been made and the lasting effects of the widely criticized population control method.
Tag: One Child Policy
Why China might not take over as the largest economy in the world
The Chinese economy has been booming in the past few decades. From 1970 to 2015, China’s GDP rose rapidly from 4.1% to 15.6%. Chinese GDP at 10.98 trillion USD (as of 2015) contributes to 21.2% of world GDP in 2015 and grew at an average rate of 7.3% for the past 3 years. The “Made Read More…
Two Child Policy Too Late? : The Economic Impact of China´s Demographic Imbalance
Michael looks at China´s current demographic problem and the impact of government family planning on population distributions.