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This study analyzes the neoclassical theory on the demand for children. Neoclassical theory assumes that child demand is not different from a commodity demand. The neoclassical theory takes child demand in the utility function, like any other commodities. But, the demand for children is different from things which increase our utility; such as car, refrigerator, elevator, and other goods and services, whose price is determined in the market through its sellers and buyers. However, demand fordoi:10.30855/gjeb.2019.5.3.001 fatcat:6rm67pu7zjelrnc46canilhpoe