Good Reads: A small town in Japan doubles its fertility rate

Some time ago I read this article and I found it a good one, yesterday I bumped into it again.

I enjoy looking at how people, groups, institutions, etc. tackle problems of importance. For me this is an interesting article, since I believe focuses on an important problem more mature societies face: low fertility or birth rates.

There usually is much buzz about innovation, and many believe that it is only very novel things or approaches that can be called so, when sometimes it is actually just common sense, which are different just because nobody else exectuted.

Great article article of the 9th of January 2018 by the Economist: “A small town in Japan doubles its fertility rate”.

This case is a perfect example of how you can make an impact with common sense incentives, something countries like Spain could learn from.



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