Volume 29, 1975

29.01 Bhattacharyya, AK
Income inequality and fertility: a comparative view
  29, 1 (1975), 5-19
29.02 Mazur, DP
Social and demographic determinants of abortion in Poland
  29, 1 (1975), 21-35
29.03 Norregaard, C and Schmidt, G
Mortality and fertility in Arctic communities, Greenland - a case study
  29, 1 (1975), 37-51
29.04 Stinner, WF and Mader, PD
Governmental policy and personal family planning approval in conflict settings: the case of the Muslim minority in the southern Philippines
  29, 1 (1975), 53-59
29.05 Young, CM
Factors associated with the timing and duration of the leaving-home stage of the family life cycle
  29, 1 (1975), 61-73
29.06 Crafts, NFR and Ireland, NJ
The role of simulation techniques in the theory and observation of family formation
  29, 1 (1975), 75-95
29.07 Trussell, TJ
A re-estimation of the multiplying factors for the Brass technique for determining childhood survivorship rates
  29, 1 (1975), 97-107
29.08 Simon, JL
The mixed effects of income upon successive births may explain the convergence phenomenon
  29, 1 (1975), 109-122
29.09 Espenshade, TJ
The impact of children on household saving: age effects versus family size
  29, 1 (1975), 123-125
29.10 Mukherjee, BN
Reliability estimates of some survey data on family planning
  29, 1 (1975), 127-142
29.11 ÓGráda, C
A note on Nineteenth Century Irish emigration statistics
  29, 1 (1975), 143-149
29.12 Snyder, DW
Tribal affiliation and fertility: a note
29, 1 (1975), 151-154
29.13 Hollingsworth, TH
A note on the mediaeval longevity of the secular peerage, 1350-1500
  29, 1 (1975), 155-159
29.14 Fernando, DFS
Changing nuptiality patterns in Sri Lanka 1901-1971
  29, 2 (1975), 179-190
29.15 Terry, GB
Rival explanations in the work-fertility relationship
  29, 2 (1975), 191-205
29.16 Sirageldin, I, Norris, D and Ahmad, M
Fertility in Bangladesh: facts and fancies
  29, 2 (1975), 207-215
29.17 Ross, R
The 'white' population of South Africa in the Eighteenth Century
  29, 2 (1975), 217-230
29.18 Preston, SH
The changing relation between mortality and level of economic development
  29, 2 (1975), 231-248
29.19 Ritchey, PN
The effect of minority group status on fertility: a re-examination of concepts
  29, 2 (1975), 249-257
29.20 Orubuloye, IO and Caldwell, JC
The impact of public health services on mortality: a study of mortality differentials in a rural area of Nigeria
  29, 2 (1975), 259-272
29.21 Coombs, CH, Coombs, LC and McClelland, GM
Preference scales for number and sex of children
  29, 2 (1975), 273-298
29.22 Wrigley, EA
Baptism coverage in early Nineteenth Century England: the Colyton area
  29, 2 (1975), 299-316
29.23 Seiver, DA
Recent fertility in Mexico: measurement and interpretation
  29, 3 (1975), 341-354
29.24 Hill, A
The fertility of the Asian community of east Africa
  29, 3 (1975), 355-372
29.25 Cochrane, SH
Children as by-products, investment goods and consumer goods: a review of some micro-economic models of fertility
  29, 3 (1975), 373-390
29.26 McKeown, T, Record, RG and Turner, RD
An interpretation of the decline of mortality in England and Wales during the Twentieth Century
  29, 3 (1975), 391-422
29.27 Mazur, DP
The influence of human fertility on the economic conditions of the rural population in Poland
  29, 3 (1975), 423-438
29.28 Muhsam, HV
Some principles of cost-benefit analysis of family planning services in developing countries
  29, 3 (1975), 439-445
29.29 Van de Walle, F
Migration and fertility in Ticino
  29, 3 (1975), 447-462
29.30 Faulkingham, RH and Thorbahn, PF
Population dynamics and drought: a village in Niger
  29, 3 (1975), 463-477
29.31 Wolfers, D and Scrimshaw, S
Child survival and intervals between pregnancies in Guayaquil, Equador
  29, 3 (1975), 479-496
29.32 Palloni, A
Comments on RH Gray's 'The decline in mortality in Ceylon and the demographic effects of malaria control'
  29, 3 (1975), 497-499
29.33 Gray, RH
A reply to Mr Palloni's comments
  29, 3 (1975), 499-501
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