Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Education, Management, Information and Computer Science (ICEMC 2017)

The Influence of the Comprehensive Second Child Policy on China's Population

Authors
Li Han, Cheng Yi, He Bingjun, Kang Shi
Corresponding Author
Li Han
Available Online June 2016.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icemc-17.2017.9How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Rate of female birth rate; Couple fertility; Survival rate; Whitening background value of grey derivative
Abstract
China's current population problems, is the introduction of the second child policy. In this paper, we evaluate the influence of the comprehensive second child policy on China's population. We first establish the appropriated evaluation index system, and then through the establishment of mathematical models we make a prediction and quantitatively compare the influence of China's population before and after the implementation of the second child policy. At the same time, according to the results of this study, from the perspective of government decision - making, we further put forward some rationalization proposals on the means of supporting. Our research shows that the implementation of the child policy has a mitigating effect on the growing aging population. The problem of labor shortage has been solved to some degree to promote the development of economy. The model has high practicability, and accurate data is given to analyze the problem from multiple angles.
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AU  - Li Han
AU  - Cheng Yi
AU  - He Bingjun
AU  - Kang Shi
PY  - 2016/06
DA  - 2016/06
TI  - The Influence of the Comprehensive Second Child Policy on China's Population
BT  - Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Education, Management, Information and Computer Science (ICEMC 2017)
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EP  - 43
SN  - 2352-538X
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