#Oecomment – Two incomes without children – more and more people are choosing the DINK lifestyle


In the developed countries of the world, in recent decades there has been an increasing number of couples who consciously choose not to have children while living on two incomes. They are called „DINK” couples, which means dual income couples with no kids. In our video we explain why more and more couples are not having children, which factors influence their decision and we examine the economic consequences of the rise of the DINK lifestyle. We also look at the situation in Hungary and what measures can be taken to combat the decline in childbearing.

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Erdélyi Dóra makroökonómiai elemző. A Budapesti Corvinus Egyetemen diplomázott közgazdasági elemző mesterszakon. Korábban makroökonómiai elemzőként dolgozott a Magyar Kereskedelmi Banknál, mely a magyar bankrendszer egyik legrégebbi és legmeghatározóbb kereskedelmi bankja. 2022. szeptembere óta az Oeconomus senior elemzője.

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