|Pro Natalist Policy
|A policy which aims to encourage more births through the use of incentives.
|“Code de la famille” methods
|•Offering cash incentives to mothers who stayed at home for children. •Subsidising holidays. •Banning the sale of contraceptives (repealed in 1967).
|Decline in fertility and increase in life length's 3 concerns:
|•A decrease in the supply of labour. •The socioeconomic implications of population ageing. •The long term prospect of population decline and demise.
|3 incentives offered in the “Code de la famille”
|•Payment of up to £1064 to couples having their third child. •Generous maternity grants. •Family allowances to increase the purchasing power of three child families.