Volume 50, 1996

50.01 Retherford, RD, Ogawa, N and Sakamoto, S
Values and fertility change in Japan
  50, 1 (1996), 5-25
50.02 Yi, Z
Is fertility in China in 1991-92 far below replacement level?
  50, 1 (1996), 27-34
50.03 Niraula, BB and Morgan, SP
Marriage formation, post-marital contact with natal kin and autonomy of women: evidence from two Nepali settings
  50, 1 (1996), 35-50
50.04 Legrand, TK and Phillips, JF
The effect of fertility reduction on infant and child mortality: evidence from Matlab in rural Bangladesh
  50, 1 (1996), 51-68
50.05 Barbieri, M, Blum, A, Dolkigh, E and Ergashev, A
Nuptiality, fertility, use of contraception, and family policies in Uzbekistan
  50, 1 (1996), 69-88
50.06 Shapiro, D
Fertility decline in Kinshasa
  50, 1 (1996), 89-103
50.07 Palloni, A, Hill, K and Pinto Aguirre, G
Economic swings and demographic changes in the history of Latin America
  50, 1 (1996), 105-132
50.08 Okun, BS, Trussell, J and Vaughan, B
Using fertility surveys to evaluate an indirect method for detecting fertility control: a study of cohort parity analysis
  50, 2 (1996), 161-171
50.09 Crook, N
Population and poverty in classical theory: testing a structural model for India
  50, 2 (1996), 173-185
50.10 Dharmalingam, A and Morgan, SP
Women's work, autonomy, and birth control: evidence from two south Indian villages
  50, 2 (1996), 187-201
50.11 Panter-Brick, C
Proximate determinants of birth seasonality and conception failure in Nepal
  50, 2 (1996), 203-220
50.12 Randall, S
Whose reality? Local perceptions of fertility versus demographic analysis
  50, 2 (1996), 221-234
50.13 Wasao, SW and Donnermeyer, JF
An analysis of factors related to parity among the Amish in Northeast Ohio
  50, 2 (1996), 235-246
50.14 Sköld, P
From inoculation to vaccination: smallpox in Sweden in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
  50, 2 (1996), 247-262
50.15 Zaba, B and David, PH
Fertility and the distribution of child mortality risk among women: an illustrative analysis
  50, 2 (1996), 263-278
50.16 Hobcraft, J
The first fifty years - a tribute to E Grebenik
  50, 3 (1996), 301-302
50.17 Grebenik, E
Editor's note
  50, 3 (1996), 303-304
50.18 Caldwell, JC
Demography and social science
  50, 3 (1996), 305-333
50.19 Keyfitz, N
Population growth, development and the environment
  50, 3 (1996), 335-359
50.20 Kirk, D
Demographic transition theory
  50, 3 (1996), 361-387
50.21 Van de Kaa, DJ
Anchored narratives: the story and findings of half a century of research into the determinants of fertility
  50, 3 (1996), 389-432
50.22 Cleland, J
Demographic data collection in less developed countries 1946-1996
  50, 3 (1996), 433-450
50.23 Brass, W
Demographic data analysis in less developed countries: 1946-1996
  50, 3 (1996), 451-467
50.24 Coale, A and Trussell, J
The development and use of demographic models
  50, 3 (1996), 469-484
50.25 Hobcraft, J
Fertility in England and Wales: a fifty-year perspective
  50, 3 (1996), 485-524
50.26 Preston, SH
Population studies of mortality
  50, 3 (1996), 525-536
50.27 Saito, O
Historical demography: achievements and prospects
  50, 3 (1996), 537-553
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