This paper is structured as follows: In the rst section, I give an overview on the momentarily implemented population-control-policy in China and shortly explain the technics of the One-Child-Policy. 2015), was never an ideological blueprint for the future but only a temporary fix.During each policy, policy makers were already contemplating their next step. Since the 1970s China has embarked on the most extraordinary attempt to control population in human history, among which the most well-known is the so-called one-child policy (one child per couple, which came out in 1979-80). The Chinese government claims that this policy prevented more than 400 million births. China has operated a one-child policy for a number of years, enforced though a system of fines, relaxed after mass bereavements such as Sichuan Earthquake; the focus of China on population control helps provide a better health service for women and a reduction in the risks of death and injury associated with pregnancy. In 1950 the rate of population change in China was 1.9% each year. Following, I will discuss growing population. Although this structure seemed to apply to all families in the country from an outside perspective, about 30% of households were restricted to having one child only. An in depth look at the history, the One Child policy and future projections for China's population POPULATION POLICY IN CHINAThe People's Republic of China (PRC) has the largest population in the world. China’s economic growth through showing a modi ed way to analyze the Solow model. China already has a surplus of over 30 million men under the age of 20 and adds about one million “extra male child” each year. China’s One Child Policy History. The Chinese government has used several methods to control population growth. As such, by 2007 China Daily reported that less than 40 percent of the Chinese population was actually limited to one child. Today, China has the world’s largest population at 1.4 billion people. It subjected about one-third of the country’s population to having only one child. Media in category "Population policy in China" The following 14 files are in this category, out of 14 total. China's population control policy. A family planning policy, also called the “one-child policy,” was implemented in 1979 as a strategic solution to balance the rapidly growing population and to stimulate economic development. China ended its "one-child policy" in 2016, choosing instead to limit couples to two children instead of one, amid official concerns over a falling birth rate and a rapidly aging population. China's family planning policy is expected to be further relaxed over the next five years and beyond, with extensive social and economic support provided to counter increasingly prominent problems such as a shrinking workforce and an aging population, experts said. 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