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Easterlin hypothesis 34.16, 35.14
   critiques 25.19, 30.14, 33.03
   investigative models 40.29, 45.07, 47.23
   see also Population models; Population
   theory, economic models

Eastern Europe
   family size preferences 30.03
   fertility transition 24.03, 24.18
   marriage transition 28.13
   population policies 28.22

Economic fluctuations
   effect on demographic indices 50.07

Economic theories of population
   see Population theory, economic theories

Economic utility of children
   see Children, costs and utility of

Ecuador
   birth intervals 29.31

Education
   and age at marriage 09.12
   and family size 51.12
   effect on child health 49./B>01
   effect on child mortality
      in Bangladesh 45.13
      in India 45.10
   effect on divorce 51.02
   effect on fertility
      in Nepal 47.25
      in Soviet Union 27.07
      in Thailand 26.24
      in USA 25.09
      in Zaire 50.06
   effect on preferred family size 22.13
   effect on third birth rates
      Norway 46.24
   fertility of teachers 11.05

Egypt
   fertility and mortality change 40.06
   fertility differentials 27.27

Elderly
   see Old age

England
   see Britain

Epidemiological change
   in historical Europe 39.17, 43.05
   in historical Japan 41.11

Estonia
   population change 1935-70 26.04

Eugenics 21.17

Europe
   fertility transition 31.14
   fertility trends 22.06
   historical 25.28, 32.26
   population policies 28.11

Expectation of life
   elasticity of 09.04
   estimation methods 36.18, 38.17, 39.29, 39.30
   in East Malaysia 40.05
   in historical England 17.17, 27.17, 29.13, 39.09
   in historical Japan 28.07, 41.11, 45.22
   in historical Scotland 17.17
   in Soviet Union 23.14, 26.19, 26.20
   relationship with age-specific rates 40.09, 41.08, 41.09
   relationship with income 29.18
   weakenesses of measure 39.06

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