Impacts of China’s One Child Policy
The birth of modern family planning and its impact on the fertility of millions of couples all around the globe has been witnessed by the 20th century. The “one child policy” emerged as one of the strict family planning programs in the world that got initiated by China in 1979.
The one-child policy has been understudied significantly despite its apparent importance. Researchers have been hindered by a lack of comprehensive information and limitations of data.
However, it is evident that the society and economy of China have been influenced by the one-child policy in numerous ways. These ways were extended well beyond the rate of fertility.