Cohen and his co-authors, Oystein Kravdal and Nico Keilman of the University of Oslo, ‘ all the women born in Norway 1964 to the end of her childbearing year with data on education, enrollment and reproduction. – ‘We have this study in Norway, because that is where we could good beautiful information, because that is where there is a big problem,’says Cohen.
Finally, a policy implemented to offset the effect of reproductive education spending, for example, to reduce the cost of child care for students who are mothers. Such a policy, according to the authors , could make in principle, is more interested in women early in a child, but it would be the level of education for those who have a child would increase, while they are still young, with potential positive effects on other ‘ well-being. – ‘We have discussed the political implications in detail, But with concern because more and better analyzes have done, especially in developing countries, ‘says Cohen.At New Figures by the National Center for Health Statistics the U.S. Centers for Disease Disease Control and Prevention fifteenth Was released in Oct., to United States of America ranks in infant mortality in 2004, the 29th the last year to which figures are available from all over 1990 and 12.