Fertility, migration, and altruism

Intergenerational altruism and fertility are arguably linked, therefore immigrants might self-select on eventual fertility. Eli Berman’s work shows that Soviet Jews who migrated to Israel (despite high migration costs) averaged almost one child more than members of the same birth cohorts who migrated later, at lower cost.

Image courtesy of interviewee. June 20, 2024

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