Volume 24, 1970

24.01 Preston, SH
An international comparison of excesses in the death rates of older males
  24, 1 (1970), 5-20
24.02 Caldwell, JC and Igun, AA
The spread of anti-natal knowledge and practice in Nigeria
  24, 1 (1970), 21-34
24.03 Berent, J
Causes of fertility decline in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
  24, 1 (1970), 35-58
24.04 Hair, PEH
Bridal pregnancy in earlier rural England further examined
  24, 1 (1970), 59-70
24.05 Peper, B
Population growth in Java in the Nineteenth Century
  24, 1 (1970), 71-84
24.06 Ebanks, GE
Users and non-users of contraception: regression analysis and tests of stationarity applied to members of a family planning programme
  24, 1 (1970), 85-91
24.07 Scott, C and Sabagh, G
The historical calendar as a method of estimating age: the experience of the Moroccan multi-purpose sample survey of 1961-63
  24, 1 (1970), 93-109
24.08 Frederiksen, H
Malaria eradication and its effect on mortality decline. A note
  24, 1 (1970), 111-113
24.09 Enke, S and Leibenstein, H
An exchange of comments on Leibenstein's paper 'Pitfalls in benefit-cost analysis of birth prevention'
  24, 1 (1970), 115-119
24.10 Chen, P-C
China's birth control action programme, 1956-64
  24, 2 (1970), 141-158
24.11 Marino, A
Family, fertility and sex ratios in the British Caribbean
  24, 2 (1970), 159-172
24.12 Potter, RG, Jain, AK and McCann, B
Net delay of next conception by contraception. A highly simplified case
  24, 2 (1970), 173-192
24.13 Newcombe, HB and Smith, M
Changing patterns of family growth: the value of linked vital records as a source of data
  24, 2 (1970), 193-203
24.14 Walsh, BM
A study of Irish county marriage rates, 1961-66
24, 2 (1970), 205-216
24.15 Fortney, J
International migration of professionals
  24, 2 (1970), 217-232
24.16 Namboordiri, NK
On the relation between economic status and family size preferences when status differentials in contraceptive instrumentalities are eliminated
  24, 2 (1970), 233-239
24.17 James, WH
The incidence of spontaneous abortion
  24, 2 (1970), 241-245
24.18 Berent, J
Causes of fertility decline in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, II
  24, 2 (1970), 247-292
24.19 Tien, HY
Marital moratorium and fertility control in China
  24, 3 (1970), 311-323
24.20 Goldstein, S
Religious fertility differentials in Thailand, 1960
  24, 3 (1970), 325-337
24.21 Chow, LP
Family planning in Taiwan, Republic of China: progress and prospects
  24, 3 (1970), 339-352
24.22 Knodel, J
Two and a half centuries of demographic history in a Bavarian village
  24, 3 (1970), 353-376
24.23 Spengler, JJ
Adam Smith on population
  24, 3 (1970), 377-388
24.24 Coombs, LC and Freedman, R
Pre-marital pregnancy, child spacing and later economic achievement
  24, 3 (1970), 389-412
24.25 Carlsson, G
Nineteenth Century fertility oscillations
  24, 3 (1970), 413-422
24.26 Friedlander, D
The spread of urbanization in England and Wales 1851-1951
  24, 3 (1970), 423-443
24.27 Nixon, JW
Size and structure of the household in England over three centuries: a comment
  24, 3 (1970), 445-447
24.28 Laslett, P
The decline of the size of the domestic group in England: a comment on JW Nixon's note
  24, 3 (1970), 449-454
24.29 Enke, S
Economic value of preventing births: reply to Simon
  24, 3 (1970), 455-456
24.30 Towards a Population Policy for the United Kingdom Supplement to Population Studies. May 1970
  24 (1970), 1-60
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