China Wants More Babies - So Do Other Countries
by Adam Felts
AgeLab Director Joseph Coughlin writes in LinkedIn about the pressure on various nations to increase their birthrates in response to aging populations.
He notes that the "top ten" best countries to have children - based on various metrics of social equity and human flourishing - all have birthrates below replacement levels, suggesting that "policymakers and planners worldwide may discover that the decision to choose to have one, two, or even three children is about far more than national policy objectives and money alone."
Read Dr. Coughlin's thoughts in full here.