Volume 41, 1987

41.01 Cleland, J and Wilson, C
Demand theories of the fertility transition: an iconoclastic view
  41, 1 (1987), 5-30
41.02 Hecht, J
Johann Peter Sussmilch: a German prophet in foreign countries
  41, 1 (1987), 31-58
41.03 Landers, J
Mortality and metropolis: the case of London, 1675-1825
  41, 1 (1987), 59-76
41.04 Feeney, G and Yu, J
Period parity progression measures of fertility in China
  41, 1 (1987), 77-102
41.05 Bhrolchain, M
Ni~A Period parity progression ratios and birth intervals in England and Wales, 1941-1971: a synthetic life table analysis
  41, 1 (1987), 103-125
41.06 Goldman, N, Westoff, CF and Paul, LE
Variations in natural fertility: the effect of lactation and other determinants
  41, 1 (1987), 127-146
41.07 Santow, G
Reassessing the contraceptive effect of breastfeeding
  41, 1 (1987), 147-160
41.08 Mitra, S
About the effect of changes in age-specific mortality on life expectancy
  41, 1 (1987), 161-162
41.09 Vaupel, JW
A rejoinder to Mitra
  41, 1 (1987), 163
41.10 Leete, R
The post-demographic transition in East and South East Asia: similarities and contrasts with Europe
  41, 2 (1987), 187-206
41.11 Johansson, SR and Mosk, C
Exposure, resistance and life expectancy: disease and death during the economic development of Japan, 1900-1960
  41, 2 (1987), 207-235
41.12 De Cooman, E, Ermisch, J and Joshi, H
The next birth and the labour market: a dynamic model of births in England and Wales
  41, 2 (1987), 237-268
41.13 Behar, CL
Malthus and the development of demographic analysis
  41, 2 (1987), 269-281
41.14 Woods, RI
Approaches to the fertility transition in Victorian England
  41, 2 (1987), 283-311
41.15 Robinson, WC
The time cost of children and other household production
  41, 2 (1987), 313-323
41.16 Bumpass, LL
The risk of an unwanted birth: the changing context of contraceptive sterilization in the US
  41, 3 (1987), 347-363
41.17 Gray, A
Intermarriage: opportunity and preference
  41, 3 (1987), 365-379
41.18 Pullum, TW, Casterline, JB and Shah, IH
Adapting fertility exposure analysis to the study of fertility change
  41, 3 (1987), 381-399
41.19 Benedictow, OJ
Morbidity in historical plague epidemics
  41, 3 (1987), 401-431
41.20 John, AM, Menken, JA and Alauddin Chowdhury, AKM
The effects of breastfeeding and nutrition on fecundability in rural Bangladesh: a hazards-model analysis
  41, 3 (1987), 433-446
41.21 Huffman, SL, Ford, K, Allen, Jr, HA and Streble, P
Nutrition and fertility in Bangladesh: breastfeeding and post partum amenorrhoea
  41, 3 (1987), 447-462
41.22 Lutz, W
Factors associated with the Finnish fertility decline since 1776
  41, 3 (1987), 463-482
41.23 Mason, KO, Weinstein, M and Laslett, B
The decline of fertility in Los Angeles, California, 1880-1900
  41, 3 (1987), 483-499
41.24 De Vos, S
Latin American households in comparative perspective
  41, 3 (1987), 501-517
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