Διαρθρωτικές σχέσεις μεταξύ γονιμότητας και κοινωνικοοικονομικών μεγεθών στην Ελλάδα κατά τη μεταπολεμική περίοδο
Κατσούλη, Ελένη Ι.
This present study concerns in the study of fertility of Greek population for the time period 1961-2000. The Demographic Transition Theory claims that the fall of the fertility indexes ,which were observed during the past years in the developed countries, is connected with the proceedings of the economic and social development of the population. The aim of this study is to find the determinating factors of the population’s fertility and the exploration of the long-term relationships between fertility and the progress of the socioeconomic indexes in Greece for the years 1961-2000. The analysis of this study is based on time series of monthly data of marriages,live births and deaths of infants under the age of one year,who were registered during the examined period for the whole of Greece and were published in the annual publications of «Statistical Natural Movement of population of Greece» by the National Statistical Service of Greece. The methodological approach, for the estimation of the model which examines the relationship between fertility and the socioeconomic indexes, is multiple regression analysis.