Perspectives of fertility in Russia and all over the world in the XXIst century
Vladimir A. Borissov
Anatoly I. Antonov, Moscow State University
Perspectives of fertility in Russia and all over the world in the XXIth century (Report thesis) Nowadays the economically developed part of the world has a much lower fertility level than it is necessary for just population reproduction. In Russia this rate in the recent years was 1.2-1.3. Motives of little number of children are rather well studied. They have civilization character; Family is losing its value for the individuals, and the number of children is losing its sense for the parents. From this perspectives of fertility are becoming apparent, in principle they are general for all the humanity. It will gradually decrease coming to zero, to general childlessness. It is necessary to will elevate the position of the family in the society, increase the usefulness of a few children in the family.
Presented in Poster Session 3: Poster Session 3