Deep Dive Podcast: Why incentives don’t work when fertility rates fall

Singapore’s total fertility rate has fallen to an all-time low of 0.97. Citizens are not having enough children to maintain population numbers, and all the money spent to promote reproduction does not seem to be working.

Steven Chia and Crispina Robert talk about the cause of the decline with Dr Norman Li, professor of psychology at Singapore Management University, and mother of one, Holly Fang.