Volume 58, 2004

58.01 Short, SE and Zhang, F
Use of maternal health services in rural China
  58, 1 (2004), 3-20
58.02 Liu, J, Larsen, U and Wyshak, G
Factors affecting adoption in China, 1950-87
  58, 1 (2004), 21-36
58.03 Yi, Z and Vaupel, JW
Association of late childbearing with healthy longevity among the oldest-old in China
  58, 1 (2004), 37-54
58.04 Banister, J and Hill, K
Mortality in China, 1964-2000
  58, 1 (2004), 55-76
58.05 Billari, F, Frejka, T, Hobcraft, JN, Macura, M and van de Kaa, DJ
Discussion of paper "Explanations of the fertility crisis in modern societies: A search for commonalities", Population Studies 57(3): 241-263, by John Caldwell and Thomas Schindlmayr
  58, 1 (2004), 77-92
58.06 Caldwell, JC and Schindlmayr, T
Reply to the discussion of our paper "Explanations of the fertility crisis in modern societies: A search for commonalities". 
  58, 1 (2004), 93-94
58.07 Van Bavel, J
Deliberate birth spacing before the fertility transition in Europe: Evidence from nineteenth-century Belgium
  58, 1 (2004), 95-108
58.08 Engelhardt, H, Kögel, T and Prskawetz, A
Fertility and women's employment reconsidered: A macro-level time series for developed countries, 1960-2000
  58, 1 (2004), 109-120
58.09 Zhao, Z
The Far Eastern pattern of mortality is not a unique regional mortality model: A reply to Noreen Goldman
  58, 1 (2004), 121-124
58.10 Hammel, EA and Gullickson, A
Kinship structures and survival: Maternal mortality on the Croatian-Bosnian border, 1750-1898
  58, 2 (2004), 145-160
58.11 Billari, FC and Kohler, H-P
Patterns of low and lowest-low fertility in Europe
  58, 2 (2004), 161-176
58.12 Kravdal, Ø
Child mortality in India: The community-level effect of education
  58, 2 (2004), 177-192
58.13 Miller, WB, Severy, LJ and Pasta, DJ
A framework for modelling fertility motivation in couples
  58, 2 (2004), 193-206
58.14 Grassly, NC, Lewis, JJC, Mahy, M, Walker, N and Timæus, IM
Comparison of household-survey estimates with projections of mortality and orphan numbers in sub-Saharan Africa in the era of HIV/AIDS
  58, 2 (2004), 207-218
58.15 Jensen, ER and Ahlburg, DA
Why does migration decrease fertility? Evidence from the Philippines
  58, 2 (2004), 219-232
58.16 Verwimp, P
Death and survival during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda
  58, 2 (2004), 233-246
58.17 Alter, G
Height, frailty, and the standard of living: Modelling the effects of diet and disease on declining mortality and increasing height
  58, 3 (2004), 265-280
58.18 Goodkind, DM
China's missing children: The 2000 census underreporting surprise
  58, 3 (2004), 281-296
58.19 Dribe, M
Long-term effects of childbearing on mortality: Evidence from pre-industrial Sweden
  58, 3 (2004), 297-310
58.20 Shkolnikov, VM, Andreev, EM, Anson, J and Meslé, F
The peculiar pattern of mortality of Jews in Moscow, 1993-95
  58, 3 (2004), 311-330
58.21 Magno de Carvalho, JA, Wood, CH and Andrade, FCD
Estimating the stability of census-based racial/ethnic classifications: The case of Brazil
  58, 3 (2004), 331-344
58.22 Yount, KM
Research Note. Maternal resources, proximity of services, and curative care of boys and girls in Minya, Egypt, 1995-97
  58.3 (2004), 345-356
58.23 Amin, S and Basu, AM
Research Note. Popular perceptions of emerging influences on mortality and longevity in Bangladesh and West Bengal
  58.3 (2004), 357-364
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