Volume 6, 1952/3

06.01 Watson, C
Recent developments in French immigration policy
  6, 1 (1952), 3-38
06.02 Bernardelli, H
New Zealand and Asiatic migration
  6, 1 (1952), 39-54
06.03 Silcock, H
Estimating by sample the size and age-sex structure of a population
  6, 1 (1952), 55-68
06.04 Glass, DV
The population controversy in Eighteenth-Century England. Part 1
  6, 1 (1952), 69-91
06.05 Smith, K
Some observations on modern Malthusianism
  6, 1 (1952), 92-105
06.06 Caffin, SW
Infantile mortality rates
  6, 1 (1952), 106-109
06.07 Peacock, AT
Theory of population and modern economic analysis. I
  6, 2 (1952), 114-122
06.08 Keyfitz, N
Differential fertility in Ontario. An application of factorial design to a demographic problem
  6, 2 (1952), 123-134
06.09 Badenhorst, L
Territorial differentials in fertility in the Union of South Africa - 1911-1936
  6, 2 (1952), 135-162
06.10 Goldthorpe, JE
Attitudes to the census and vital registration in East Africa
  6, 2 (1952), 163-171
06.11 Gille, H
Family welfare measures in Denmark
  6, 2 (1952), 172-210
06.12 Cartter, AM
Income-tax allowances and the family in Great Britain
  6, 3 (1953), 218-232
06.13 Martin, CJ
A demographic study of an immigrant community: the Indian population of British East Africa
  6, 3 (1953), 233-247
06.14 Zubrzycki, J
Emigration from Poland in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
  6, 3 (1953), 248-272
06.15 Gabriel, KR
The fertility of the Jews in Palestine. A review of research
  6, 3 (1953), 273-305
06.16 Bellamy, J
A note on occupation statistics in British censuses
  6, 3 (1953), 306-308
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