Volume 45, 1991

45.01 Dyson, T
On the demography of South Asian famines, Part I
  45, 1 (1991), 5-25
45.02 Jones, FL
Ethnic intermarriage in Australia, 1950-52 to 1980-82: models or indices?
  45, 1 (1991), 27-42
45.03 Ógráda, C
Dublin's demography in the early Nineteenth Century: evidence from the Rotunda
  45, 1 (1991), 43-54
45.04 Lee, CH
Regional inequalities in infant mortality in Britain, 1861-1971: patterns and hypotheses
  45, 1 (1991), 55-65
45.05 Young, CM
Changes in the demographic behaviour of migrants in Australia and the transition between generations
  45, 1 (1991), 67-89
45.06 Guz, D and Hobcraft, JN
Breastfeeding and fertility: a comparative analysis
  45, 1 (1991), 91-108
45.07 Wachter, KW
Elusive cycles: are there dynamically possible Lee-Easterlin models for US births?
  45, 1 (1991), 109-135
45.08 Anson, J
Model mortality patterns: a parametric evaluation
  45, 1 (1991), 137-153
45.09 Cain, MT
The activities of the elderly in rural Bangladesh
  45, 2 (1991), 189-202
45.10 Bourne, KL. and Walker, Jr, GM
The differential effect of mothers' education on mortality of boys and girls in India
  45, 2 (1991), 203-219
45.11 Root, BD and De Jong, GF
Family migration in a developing country
  45, 2 (1991), 221-233
45.12 Bicego, G, Chahnazarian, A, Hill, K and Cayemittes, M
Trends, age patterns and differentials in childhood mortality in Haiti (1960-1987)
  45, 2 (1991), 235-252
45.13 Bhuiya, A and Streatfield, K Mothers' education and survival of female children in a rural area of Bangladesh
  45, 2 (1991), 253-264
45.14 Garson, LK The centenarian question: old-age mortality in the Soviet Union, 1897-1970
  45, 2 (1991), 265-278
45.15 Dyson, T
On the demography of South Asian famines, Part II
  45, 2 (1991), 279-297
45.16 Martin, LG and Tsuya, NO
Interactions of middle-aged Japanese with their parents
  45, 2 (1991), 299-311
45.17 Moreno, L
An alternative model of the impact of the proximate determinants on fertility change: evidence from Latin America
  45, 2 (1991), 313-337
45.18 Finnäs, F
Fertility in Larsmo: the effect of Laestadianism
  45, 2 (1991), 339-351
45.19 Tabah, L
Alfred Sauvy: statistician, economist, demographer and iconoclast (1898-1990)
  45, 2 (1991), 353-357
45.20 Thomas, N
Land, fertility, and the population establishment
  45, 3 (1991), 379-397
45.21 Wilson, C and Woods, RI
Fertility in England: a long-term perspective
  45, 3 (1991), 399-415
45.22 Jannetta, AB and Preston, SH
Two centuries of mortality change in central Japan: the evidence from a Temple death register
  45, 3 (1991), 417-436
45.23 Lutz, W, Wils, AB and Nieminen, M
The demographic dimensions of divorce: the case of Finland
  45, 3 (1991), 437-453
45.24 Timaeus, I
Estimation of adult mortality from orphanhood before and since marriage
  45, 3 (1991), 455-472
45.25 Otani, K
Time distributions in the process to marriage and pregnancy in Japan
  45, 3 (1991), 473-487
45.26 Riley, JC
The prevalence of chronic diseases during mortality increase: Hungary in the 1980s
  45, 3 (1991), 489-496
45.27 Budd, JW and Guinnane, T
Intentional age-misreporting, age-heaping and the 1908 Old Age Pensions Act in Ireland
  45, 3 (1991), 497-518
45.28 Cain, MT
Widows, sons, and old-age security in rural Maharashtra: a comment on Vlassoff
  45, 3 (1991), 519-528
45.29 Vlassoff, C
Rejoinder to Cain: widows, sons, and old-age security in rural Maharashtra: a comment on Vlassoff
  45, 3 (1991), 529-535
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