Volume 17, 1963/4

17.01 Thapar, S
Family planning in India
  17, 1 (1963), 4-19
17.02 Caldwell, JC
Fertility decline and female chances of marriage in Malaya
  17, 1 (1963), 20-32
17.03 Morita, Y
An estimation on the actual birth and death rates in the early Meiji period of Japan
  17, 1 (1963), 33-56
17.04 James, WH
Estimates of fecundability
  17, 1 (1963), 57-65
17.05 Sheps, MC
Effects on family size and sex ratio preferences regarding the sex of children
  17, 1 (1963), 66-72
17.06 Aalen, FHA
A review of recent Irish population trends
  17, 1 (1963), 73-78
17.07 Neville, RJW
Singapore: recent trends in the sex and age composition of a cosmopolitan community
  17, 2 (1963), 99-112
17.08 Peel, J
The manufacture and retailing of contraceptives in England
  17, 2 (1963), 113-125
17.09 Sogner, S
Aspects of the demographic situation in 17 parishes in Shropshire 1711-60
  17, 2 (1963), 126-146
17.10 Dandekar, K
Vasectomy camps in Maharashtra
  17, 2 (1963), 147-154
17.11 Potter, Jr, RG
Birth intervals: structure and change
  17, 2 (1963), 155-166
17.12 Matras, J
Some data on intergenerational occupational mobility in Israel
  17, 2 (1963), 167-186
17.13 Horvath, RA
The scientific study of mortality in Hungary before the modern statistical era
  17, 2 (1963), 187-197
17.14 Ferguson, T
Public health in Britain in the climate of the Nineteenth Century
  17, 3 (1964), 213-224
17.15 Benjamin, B
The urban background to public health changes in England and Wales, 1900-50
  17, 3 (1964), 225-248
17.16 Daley, A and Benjamin, B
London as a case study
  17, 3 (1964), 249-262
17.17 Glass, DV
Some indicators of differences between urban and rural mortality in England and Wales and Scotland
  17, 3 (1964), 263-267
17.18 McKeown, T
The next forty years in public health
  17, 3 (1964), 269-292
17.19 Johnson, G
Health conditions in rural and urban areas of developing countries
  17, 3 (1964), 293-309
17.20 Mackintosh, JM
The relevance of western experience to the needs of cities in developing countries
  17, 3 (1964), 311-320
17.21 Sheps, MC and Perrin, EB
The distribution of birth intervals under a class of stochastic fertility models
  17, 3 (1964), 321-331
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