Volume 53, 1999

53.01 Stecklov, G
Evaluating the economic returns to childbearing in Cote d'Ivoire
  53, 1 (1999), 1-17
53.02 Berrington, A and Diamond, I
Marital dissolution among the 1958 British birth cohort: The role of cohabitation
  53, 1 (1999), 19-38
53.03 Kiernan, KE and Cherlin, AJ
Parental divorce and partnership dissolution in adulthood: Evidence from a British cohort study
  53, 1 (1999), 39-48
53.04 Goodkind, D
Should prenatal sex selection be restricted? Ethical questions and their implications for research and policy
  53, 1 (1999), 49-61
53.05 Kravdal, O
Does marriage require a stronger economic underpinning than informal cohabitation?
  53, 1 (1998), 63-80
53.06 Gragnolati, M, Elo, IT and Goldman, N
New insights into the Far Eastern patterns of mortality
  53, 1 (1999), 81-95
53.07 Mesle, F
Classifying causes of death according to an aetiological axis
  53, 1 (1999), 97-105
53.08 Wilson, C and Airey, P
How can a homeostatic perspective enhance demographic transition theory
  53, 2 (1999), 117-128
53.09 Mari Bhat, PN and Halli, SS
Demography of brideprice and dowry: Causes and consequences of the Indian marriage squeeze
  53, 2 (1999), 129-148
53.10 Knodel, J, Gray, RS, Sriwatcharin, P and Peracca, S
Religion and reproduction: Muslims in Buddhist Thailand
  53, 2 (1999), 149-164
53.11 Preston SH, Elo, IT and Stewart, Q
Effects of age on mortality estimates at older ages
  53, 2 (1999), 165-177
53.12 Gregson, S, Zhuwau, T, Anderson, RM and Chandiwana, SK
Apostles and Zionists: The influence of religion on demographic change in rural Zimbabwe
  53, 2 (1999), 179-193
53.13 Meekers, D and Ahmed, G
Pregnancy-related school dropouts in Botswana
  53, 2 (1999), 195-209
53.14 Vikat, A, Thomson, E and Hoem, JM
Stepfamily fertility in contemporary Sweden: The impact of childbearing before the current union
  53, 2 (1999), 211-225
53.15 Rahman, MO
Family matters: The impact of kin on the mortality of the elderly in rural Bangladesh
  53, 2 (1999), 227-235
53.16 Jarvis, S and Jenkins, SP
Marital splits and income changes: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey
  53, 2 (1999), 237-254
53.17 Li, N. and Tuljapurkar, S
Population momentum for gradual demographic transitions
  53, 2 (1999), 255-262
53.18 Bongaarts, J
The fertility impact of changes in the timing of childbearing in the developed world
  53, 3 (1999), 277-289
53.19 Calves, A-E
Marginalization of African single mothers in the marriage market: Evidence from Cameroon
  53, 3 (1999), 291-301
53.20 Kertzer, DI, Sigle, W and White, MJ
Childhood mortality and quality of care among abandoned children in nineteenth-century Italy
  53, 3 (1999), 303-315
53.21 Chandola, T, Coleman, DA and Horns, RW
Recent European fertility patterns: Fitting curves to 'distorted' distributions.
  53, 3 (1999), 317-329
53.22 Madise, NJ, Matthews, Z and Margetts, B
Heterogeneity of child nutritional status between households: A comparison of six sub-Saharan African countries
  53, 3 (1999), 33-343
53.23 Richards, E
An Australian map of British and Irish literacy in 1841
  53.3 (1999), 345-359
53.24 Pullum, TW and Peri, A
A multivariate analysis of homogany in Montevideo Uruguay
  53.3 (1999), 361-377
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