NATIONAL POLICY FOR INCREASING THE BIRTH RATE IN LATVIA
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The rapid decrease in birth rate in Latvia during the 1990s and its subsequent comparative improvement are analysed in the light of fluctuating income levels and varied income levels which depend on the number of children, the employment of parents and the changes in types of government benefits used by families. Currently, the insufficient effectiveness of family policy is the result of decreasing financial support for families offered in the 1990s and adherence to a model of the family that is becoming outmoded.
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