Volume 47, 1993

47.01 Anderson, M and Morse, DJ
High fertility, high emigration, low nuptiality: adjustment processes in Scotland's demographic experience, 1861-1914. Part I.
  47, 1 (1993), 5-25
47.02 Hart, N
Famine, maternal nutrition and infant mortality: a re-examination of the Dutch hunger winter
  47, 1 (1993), 27-46
47.03 Gage, TB
The decline of mortality in England and Wales 1861 to 1964: decomposition by cause of death and component of mortality
  47, 1 (1993), 47-66
47.04 Clay, DC and Vander Haar, JE
Patterns of intergenerational support and childbearing in the Third World
  47, 1 (1993), 67-83
47.05 Basu, AM
Cultural influences on the timing of first births in India: large differences that add up to little difference
  47, 1 (1993), 85-95
47.06 Foster, AD
Household partition in rural Bangladesh
  47, 1 (1993), 97-114
47.07 Lloyd, CB and Gage-Brandon, A
Women's role in maintaining households: family welfare and sexual inequality in Ghana
  47, 1 (1993), 115-131
47.08 Gribble, JN
Birth intervals, gestational age, and low birth weight: are the relationships confounded?
  47, 1 (1993), 133-146
47.09 Rosero-Bixby, L and Casterline, JB
Modelling diffusion effects in fertility transition
47, 1 (1993), 147-167
47.10 Woods, RI
On the historical relationship between infant and adult mortality
47, 2 (1993), 195-219
47.11 Murphy, M
The contraceptive pill and female employment as factors in fertility change in Britain, 1963-80: a challenge to the conventional view
  47, 2 (1993), 221-243
47.12 Oeppen, J
Back projection and inverse projection: members of a wider class of constrained projection models
  47, 2 (1993), 245-267
47.13 Bentley, GR, Goldberg, T and Jasienska, G
The fertility of agricultural and non-agricultural traditional societies
  47, 2 (1993), 269-281
47.14 Rao, V
Dowry 'inflation' in rural India: a statistical investigation
  47, 2 (1993), 283-293
47.15 Friedlander, D and Feldmann, C
The modern shift to below-replacement fertility: has Israel's population joined the process?
47, 2 (1993), 295-306
47.16 Ram, B and Rahim, A
Enduring effects of women's early employment experiences on child-spacing: the Canadian evidence
  47, 2 (1993), 307-317
47.17 Anderson, M and Morse, DJ
High fertility, high emigration, low nuptiality: adjustment processes in Scotland's demographic experience, 1861-1914. Part II.
  47, 2 (1993), 319-343
47.18 Cleland, J
Equity, security and fertility: a reaction to Thomas
  47, 2 (1993), 345-352
47.19 Thomas, N
Economic security, culture and fertility: a reply to Cleland
  47, 2 (1993), 353-359
47.20 Guha, S
Nutrition, sanitation, hygiene, and the likelihood of death: the British army in India c. 1870-1920
47, 3 (1993), 385-401
47.21 Bracher, M, Santow, G, Morgan, SP and Trussell, J
Marriage dissolution in Australia: models and explanations
  47, 3 (1993), 403-425
47.22 Menchik, PL
Economic status as a determinant of mortality among black and white older men: does poverty kill?
  47, 3 (1993), 427-436
47.23 Bongaarts, J
The supply-demand framework for the determinants of fertility: an alternative implementation
47, 3 (1993), 437-456
47.24 Montgomery, MR and Casterline, JB
The diffusion of fertility control in Taiwan: evidence from pooled cross-section time-series models
  47, 3 (1993), 457-479
47.25 Axinn, WG
The effects of children's schooling on fertility limitation
  47, 3 (1993), 481-493
47.26 Guo, G and Grummer-Strawn, LM
Child mortality among twins in less developed countries
  47, 3 (1993), 495-510
47.27 Saether, A
Otto Diederich Lutken - 40 years before Malthus?
  47, 3 (1993), 511-517
47.28 Kreager, P
Histories of demography: a review article
  47, 3 (1993), 519-539
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