Volume 13, 1959/60

13.01 Borrie, WD
The growth of the Australian population with particular reference to the period since 1947
  13, 1 (1959), 4-18
13.02 Kelsall, RK and Mitchell, S
Married women and employment in England and Wales
  13, 1 (1959), 19-33
13.03 Smith, RT
Some social characteristics of Indian immigrants to British Guiana
  13, 1 (1959), 34-39
13.04 Selegen, GV
Changing features in the Soviet population census programme
  13, 1 (1959), 40-45
13.05 Blacker, JGC
Fertility trends of the Asian population of Tanganyika
  13, 1 (1959), 46-60
13.06 Roberts, DF and Tanner, RES
A demographic study in an area of low fertility in north-east Tanganyika
  13, 1 (1959), 61-80
13.07 Hutchinson, EP
Swedish population thought in the Eighteenth Century
  13, 1 (1959), 81-102
13.08 Dore, RP
Japan: country of accelerated transition (a review article)
  13, 1 (1959), 103-111
13.09 Freedman, R, Baumert, G and Bolte, M
Expected family size and family size values in West Germany
  13B>, 2 (1959), 136-150
13.10 Hutchinson, B
Race differences in fertility: a note on their estimation in Brazil
  13, 2 (1959), 151-156
13.11 Koya, Y, Kubo, H, Ogino, H and Yuasa, S
Five year experiment on family planning among coal miners in Joban, Japan
  13, 2 (1959), 157-163
13.12 Seng, YP
Errors in age reporting in statistically underdeveloped countries (with special reference to the Chinese population in Singapore)
  13, 2 (1959), 164-182
13.13 Silcock, H
The comparison of occupational mortality rates
  13, 2 (1959), 183-192
13.14 Durand, JD
The population statistics of China A.D. 2-1953
  13, 3 (1960), 209-256
13.15 Silberman, L
Hung Liang-Chi: a Chinese Malthus
  13, 3 (1960), 257-265
13.16 Koblenzer, PJ and Carrier, NH
The fertility, mortality and nuptiality of the Rungus Dusun
  13, 3 (1960), 266-277
13.17 Muhsam, HV
Population estimates based on census enumeration and coverage check
  13, 3 (1960), 278-281
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