Volume 55, 2001

55.01 Van Poppel, F, Liefbroer, AC, Vermunt, JK and Smeenk, W
Love, necessity and opportunity: Changing patterns of marital age homogamy in the Netherlands, 1850-1993
  55, 1 (2001), 1-14
55.02 Billari, FC
A log-logistic regression model for a transition rate with a starting threshold
  55, 1 (2001), 15-24
55.03 Murray, JE and Lagger, BA
Involuntary childlessness and voluntary fertility control during the fertility transition: Evidence from men who graduated from an American college
  55, 1 (2001), 25-36
55.04 Murphy, M and Wang, D
Do previous birth interval and maternal education influence infant survival? A Bayesian model averaging analysis of Chinese data
  55, 1 (2001), 37-48
55.05 Okun, BS
The effects of ethnicity and educational attainment on Jewish marriage patterns: Changes in Israel, 1957-1995
  55, 1 (2001), 49-64
55.06 Galley, C and Shelton, N
Bridging the gap: Determining long-term changes in infant mortality in pre-registration England and Wales
55, 1 (2001), 65-78
55.07 Cohen, Y and Haberfeld, Y
Self-selection and return migration: Israeli-born Jews returning home from the United States during the 1980s
  55, 1 (2001), 79-92
55.08 Kravdal, Ø
Has population growth restricted improvements in food availability per head, 1970-95?
  55, 2 (2001), 105-118
55.09 Jalovaara, M
Socio-economic status and divorce in first marriages in Finland, 1991-93
  55, 2 (2001), 119-134
55.10 Agadjanian, V 
Religion, social milieu, and the contraceptive revolution
  55, 2 (2001), 135-148
55.11 Keilman, N
Data quality and accuracy of United Nations population projections, 1950-95
  55, 2 (2001), 149-164
55.12 Becker, S and Ahmed, S
Dynamics of contraceptive use and breastfeeding during the post-partum period in Peru and Indonesia
  55, 2 (2001), 165-180
55.13 Zhao, Z
Chinese genealogies as a source for demographic research: A further assessment of their reliability and biases
  55, 2 (2001), 181-194
55.14 Dodoo, FN-A, Ezeh, AC and Owuor, TO
Research Note. Some evidence against the assumption that approval of family planning is associated with the frequency of spouses' discussion of the subject
  55, 2 (2001), 195-198
55.15 Reid, A
Neonatal mortality and stillbirths in early twentieth century Derbyshire, England
  55, 3 (2001), 213-232
55.16 VanLandingham, M and Hirschmann, C
Population pressure and fertility in pre-transition Thailand
  55, 3 (2001), 233-248
55.17 Hoem, JM, Prskawetz, A and Neyer, G
Autonomy or conservative adjustment? The effect of public policies and educational attainment on third births in Austria, 1975-96
  55, 3 (2001), 249-262
55.18 Bongaarts, J
Household size and composition in the developing world in the 1990s
  55, 3 (2001), 263-280
55.19 Lusyne, P, Page, H and Lievens, J
Mortality following conjugal bereavement, Belgium 1991-96: The unexpected effect of education
  55, 3 (2001), 281-290
55.20 Yount, KM
Excess mortality of girls in the Middle East in the 1970s and 1980s: Patterns, correlates, and gaps in research
  55, 3 (2001), 291-308
55.21 Falkingham, J and Gjonça, A
Fertility transition in Communist Albania, 1950-90
  55, 3 (2001), 309-318
55.22 Lavely, W, Li, J and Li, J
Sex preference for children in a Meifu Li community in Hainan, China
  55.3 (2001), 319-330
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