Population Policy Acceptance Study builds on the analysis of data from 13 national surveys on practices, attitudes and opinions concerning demographic changes, fertility behaviour, intergenerational exchange of resources and services, and population related policies. The study will analyse values and attitudes affecting fertility decisions, perception of advantages and disadvantages of having children, meaning of family and parenthood, aspirations in life, opinions and attitudes towards population policy issues and measures, and the role of government. It sets out to achieve data harmonisation and utilisation of quantitative and qualitative empirical data in 1 3 European countries - some EU Member States and some associated states - in view of comparative and interdisciplinary research on acceptance of the existing population policies as they relate to family dynamics and population ageing and expectations of citizens.
Call for proposalData not available
Funding SchemeCSC - Cost-sharing contracts
2502 AR Den Haag ('S-gravenhage)
02 554 Warszawa