CORRELATIVE DEPENDENCY BETWEEN GDP PER CAPITA AND THE BIRTH RATE IN MACEDONIA

  • Natasha Stojovska
  • Trajko Miceski

Abstract

Reduced birth rate is not demographic characteristic only for transition and development countries, like our country, but also for developed countries. Global problem of falling birth rate indicates several global trends that have smaller or greater contribution to this negative movement of population. 1. Универзитет „Гоце Делчев’‘ – Штип, natasa.stojovska@ugd.edu.mk 2. Универзитет „Гоце Делчев’‘ – Штип, trajko.miceski@ugd.edu.mk 3. University ‘‘Goce Delcev’‘ – Stip, natasa.stojovska@ugd.edu.mk 4. University ‘‘Goce Delcev’‘ – Stip, trajko.miceski@ugd.edu.mk УДК:330.55:314.12 (497.7) „2000/2012’‘ Стручен труд 126 Годишен зборник 2014 Yearbook 2014 Универзитет ‘‘ Гоце Делчев’‘ – Штип, Економски факултет Goce Delcev University – Stip, Faculty of Economics They all appear as a consequence of modern life expressed by the higher standard of living i.e improved general living conditions, wider and more accessible healthcare, women’s higher level of education and participation in the labor market and many others. In this paper, through tabular and graphic displays will be presented the movement of GDP per capita and live births in the last decade, while statistical calculation will show the dependence between these two variables.

Published
Sep 12, 2018
How to Cite
STOJOVSKA, Natasha; MICESKI, Trajko. CORRELATIVE DEPENDENCY BETWEEN GDP PER CAPITA AND THE BIRTH RATE IN MACEDONIA. Yearbook - Faculty of Economics, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 1, p. 125-131, sep. 2018. ISSN 1857- 8632. Available at: <http://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/YFE/article/view/2414>. Date accessed: 23 aug. 2019.
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