[REPORT] The undervalued family. How the family creates social capital and drives the economy

Doceniasz tę treść?

  • The number of marriages in Poland is declining, which is one of the reasons for the demographic collapse: nearly three-quarters of children are born in formal relationships.
  • The value of the family goes beyond its procreative function. It builds and develops high-quality social capital.
  • Families manage available resources better than single-person households and are more likely to save.
  • Poles value family happiness most highly in their hierarchy of values, as it provides security, passes on good role models, and educates.
  • Parents are more likely to be professionally and economically successful than single people.
  • Most children are born in the highest-earning group, especially in self-employed families.
  • Young Poles postpone decisions to start a family because of fears of worsening material status and career obstacles.
  • Children from two-parent families are less likely to be ill than single-parent families.



Inne wpisy tego autora

Participate in Freedom Fights 2024!

Top international speakers will participate in this year’s panel discussions at Freedom Fights 2024 in Warsaw! Freedom Fights 2024 is not just an event –