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Pandemic Prompts Rise in Poverty to Levels Unprecedented in Recent Decades and Sharply Affects Inequality and Employment | Press Release | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Pandemic Prompts Rise in Poverty to Levels Unprecedented in Recent Decades and Sharply Affects Inequality and Employment | Press Release | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
In a new annual report, ECLAC estimates that the total number of poor people rose to 209 million by the end of 2020, which is 22 million more people than in the previous year. In addition, it calls for creating a new welfare state.
·cepal.org·
Pandemic Prompts Rise in Poverty to Levels Unprecedented in Recent Decades and Sharply Affects Inequality and Employment | Press Release | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Hard times and falling fertility in the United States – Family Inequality
Hard times and falling fertility in the United States – Family Inequality
The text and figures of this short paper are below, and it’s also available as a PDF on SocArXiv, in more citable form. The Stata code and other materials are up as well, here. It’s pre…
·familyinequality.wordpress.com·
Hard times and falling fertility in the United States – Family Inequality
Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
We’re not going to find a set of fixed divisions that works across arenas — such as social attitudes, family behavior, and economic status.
·familyinequality.wordpress.com·
Why you’ll never establish the existence of distinct “generations” in American society – Family Inequality
The U.S. Birthrate Has Dropped Again. The Pandemic May Be Accelerating the Decline.
The U.S. Birthrate Has Dropped Again. The Pandemic May Be Accelerating the Decline.
Over all, the birthrate declined by 4 percent in 2020. Births were down most sharply in December, when babies conceived at the start of the health crisis would have been born.
·nytimes.com·
The U.S. Birthrate Has Dropped Again. The Pandemic May Be Accelerating the Decline.
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s
With immigration leveling off and a declining birthrate, the United States may be entering an era of substantially lower population growth, demographers said.
·nytimes.com·
U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s