Volume 40, 1986

40.01 Goldstone, JA
The demographic revolution in England: a re-examination
  40, 1 (1986), 5-33
40.02 Kiernan, KE
Teenage marriage and marital breakdown: a longitudinal study
  40, 1 (1986), 35-54
40.03 Chamie, J
Polygyny among Arabs
  40, 1 (1986), 55-66
40.04 Bean, LL and Mineau, GP
The polygyny-fertility hypothesis: a re-evaluation
  40, 1 (1986), 67-81
40.05 Leete, R and Kwok, KK
Demographic changes in East Malaysia and their relationship with those in the Peninsula 1960-80
  40, 1 (1986), 83-100
40.06 Bucht, B and El-Badry, MA
Reflections on recent levels and trends of fertility and mortality in Egypt
  40, 1 (1986), 101-113
40.07 Pickering, RM, Murray, GD and Forbes, JF
Pre-term foetal life times in Scotland
  40, 1 (1986), 115-127
40.08 Mercer, AJ
Relative trends in mortality from related respiratory and airborne infectious diseases
  40, 1 (1986), 129-145
40.09 Vaupel, JW
How change in age-specific mortality affects life expectancy
  40, 1 (1986), 147-157
40.10 Potter, RG and Millman, SR
Fecundability and the frequency of marital intercourse: new models incorporating the ageing of gametes
  40, 1 (1986), 159-170
40.11 Anderson, BA and Silver, BD
Sex differentials in mortality in the Soviet Union: regional differences in length of working life in comparative perspective
  40, 2 (1986), 191-214
40.12 Palloni, A and Millman, S
Effects of inter-birth intervals and breastfeeding on infant and early childhood mortality
  40, 2 (1986), 215-236
40.13 Day, LH
The age of women at completion of childbearing: Australian differentials by religion and country of birth
  40, 2 (1986), 237-245
40.14 Akin, JS, Bilsborrow, RE, Guilkey, DK and Popkin, BM
Breastfeeding patterns and determinants in the near East: an analysis for four countries
  40, 2 (1986), 247-262
40.15 Gage, TB, Dyke, B and MacCluer, JW
Estimating mortality level for small populations: an evaluation of a pair of two-census methods
  40, 2 (1986), 263-273
40.16 Wachter, KW
Ergodicity and inverse projection
  40, 2 (1986), 275-287
40.17 Robinson, WC
High fertility as risk insurance
  40, 2 (1986), 289-298
40.18 Cain, M
Risk and fertility: a reply to Robinson
  40, 2 (1986), 299-304
40.19 Stokes, CS, Schutjer, WA and Bulatao, RA
Is the relationship between landholding and fertility spurious? A response to Cain
  40, 2 (1986), 305-311
40.20 Cain, M
Landholding and fertility: a rejoinder
  40, 2 (1986), 313-317
40.21 Preston, SH
The relation between actual and intrinsic growth rates
  40, 3 (1986), 343-351
40.22 Casterline, JB, Williams, L and McDonald, P
The age difference between spouses: variations among developing countries
  40, 3 (1986), 353-374
40.23 Cain, M
The consequences of reproductive failure: dependence, mobility and mortality among the elderly of rural south Asia
  40, 3 (1986), 375-388
40.24 Coale, AJ. and Kisker, EE
Mortality crossovers: reality or bad data
  40, 3 (1986), 389-401
40. 5 Bumpass, LL, Rindfuss, RR. and Palmore, JA
Determinants of Korean birth intervals: the confrontation of theory and data
  40, 3 (1986), 403-423
40.26 Gray, A
Sectional growth balance analysis for non-stable closed populations
  40, 3 (1986), 425-436
40.27 Gilks, WR
The relationship between birth history and current fertility in developing countries
  40, 3 (1986), 437-455
40.28 Becker, S, Chowdhury, A and Leridon, H
Seasonal patterns of reproduction in Matlab, Bangladesh
  40, 3 (1986), 457-472
40.29 Boulier, BL. and Mankiw, NG
An econometric investigation of Easterlin's 'synthesis framework': the Philippines and the United States
  40, 3 (1986), 473-486
40.30 Engelen, Th LM and Hillebrand, JHA
Fertility and nuptiality in the Netherlands, 1850-1960
  40, 3 (1986), 487-503
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