Volume 2, 1948/9

02.01 Gille, H
Recent developments in Swedish population policy. Part 1
  2, 1 (1948), 3-70
02.02 Bromberger, E
The growth of population in Palestine
  2, 1 (1948), 71-91
02.03 Loftus, PJ
Features of the demography of Palestine
  2, 1 (1948), 92-114
02.04 Sauvy, A
Social and economic consequences of the ageing of Western European populations
  2, 1 (1948), 115-124
02.05 Gille, H
Recent developments in Swedish population policy. Part 2
  2, 2 (1948), 129-184
02.06 Roberts, GW
Some observations on the population of British Guiana
  2, 2 (1948), 185-218
02.07 Doublet, J
Family allowances in France
  2, 2 (1948), 219-239
02.08 Karmel, PH
An analysis of the sources and magnitudes of inconsistencies between male and female net reproduction rates in actual populations
  2, 2 (1948), 240-273
02.09 Susswein, E
Family allowances in Belgium
  2, 3 (1948), 278-291
02.10 Spiegelman, M
The longevity of Jews in Canada, 1940-1942
2, 3 (1948), 292-304
02.11 Hajnal, J
The estimation of total family size of occupation groups from the distribution of births by order and duration of marriage
  2, 3 (1948), 305-317
02.12 Backer, JE
Population statistics and population registration in Norway. Part 2
2, 3 (1948), 318-338
02.13 Shaul, JRH and Myburgh, CAL
A sample survey of the African population of Southern Rhodesia
  2, 3 (1948), 339-353
02.14 Hajnal, J
Some comments on Mr Karmel's paper 'The relations between male and female reproduction rates'
  2, 3 (1948), 354-360
02.15 Karmel, PH
A rejoinder to Mr Hajnal's comments
  2, 3 (1948), 361-372
02.16 Harding, RD
A note on some vital statistics of a primitive peasant community in Sierra Leone
  2, 3 (1948), 373-376
02.17 Isaac, J
European migration potential and prospects
  2, 4 (1949), 379-412
02.18 Clark, C
Age at marriage and marital fertility
2, 4 (1949), 413-426
02.19 Keyfitz, N and Robinson, HL
The Canadian sample for labour force and other population data
  2, 4 (1949), 427-443
02.20 Chiang, C-A
Using the Pao as the primary sampling unit. Some notes and reflections on the possibilities of a census of China by sampling
2, 4 (1949), 444-453
02.21 Hyrenius, H
Summary indices of the age distribution of a population
  2, 4 (1949), 454-460
02.22 Karpinos, BD and Chassan, JB
A note on standardized rates
  2, 4 (1949), 461-463
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