A report on the impact of China’s one child policy on its economy
Pranav M S, Sreya Mandadi, Medha Srivastava , Adarsh Choudhary, Surabhi Bhandari, Dr. Baisakhi, Dr. Rakshita Allappanavar
one-child policy, population control, 4-2-1 family, gender dynamics, urban-rural disparity, policy reforms, cultural shifts, economic and social impact and implications, government policies and intervention.
China's 1979 one-child policy, which was abolished in 2015, is considered one of the most important demographic experiments of the modern era This study examines the complex impact of the policy on family structure, society, and the economy in China. This study combines historical research, statistical data, and qualitative research to critically examine the multiple impacts of the one-child policy The study only examines changes in gender dynamics, family structure, and urban- rural differences in impact on society based on continuous analysis This study also looks at how the policy has affected social services, health and book. Through micro-analysis of key sources, government policies, and demographic trends, this paper reveals the complex interplay between China’s one-child policy and its economy, society and family between conditions revealed. It highlights the enduring legacy of this program, providing valuable insights for policymakers, scholars, and observers grappling with similar demographic challenges
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 434 - 444
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