Volume 60, 2006

60.01 Merli, M. G., Hertog, S., Wang, B., Li, J.                   
Modelling the spread of HIV/AIDS in China: the role of sexual transmission
  60, 1 (2006), 1-22
60.02 Schellekens, J., van Poppel, F.  
Religious differentials in marital fertility in The Hague (Netherlands) 1860-1909
  60, 1 (2006), 23-38
60.03 Schoeni, R. F., Liang, J., Bennett, J., Sugisawa, H., Fukaya, T., Kobayashi, E.  
Trends in old-age functioning and disability in Japan, 1993-2002
  60, 1 (2006), 39-54
60.04 Hurt, L.S., Ronsmans, C., Thomas, S. L.  
The effect of number of births on women's mortality: Systematic review of the evidence for women who have completed their childbearing
  60, 1 (2006), 55-72
60.05 Rosina, A.
A model with long-term survivors for the analysis of current-status nuptiality data
  60, 1 (2006), 73-82
60.06 Kuate-Defo, B. DaVanzo, J.  
Reliability of reasons for early termination of breastfeeding: Application of a bivariate probability model with sample selection to data from surveys in Malaysia in 1976-77 and 1988-89
  60, 1 (2006), 83-98
60.07 Robine, J-M., Caselli, G., Rasulo, D., Cournil, A.
Differentials in the femininity ratio among centenarians: Variations between northern and southern Italy from 1870
  60, 1 (2006), 99-113
60.08 Spoerer, M.
  The mortality of Allied prisoners of war and Belgian civilian deportees in German custody during the First World War: A reappraisal of the effects of forced labour
  60, 2 (2006), 121-136
60.09 Steele, F., Joshi, H., Kallis, C., Goldstein, H.  
Changing compatibility of cohabitation and childbearing between young British women born in 1958 and 1970
  60, 2 (2006), 137-152
60.10 Hobcraft, J.  
The ABC of demographic behaviour: How the interplays of alleles, brains, and contexts over the life course should shape research aimed at understanding population processes
  60, 2 (2006), 153-188
60.11 Chattopadhyay, A., White, M. J., Debpuur, C.
Migrant fertility in Ghana: Selection versus adaptation and disruption as causal mechanisms
  60, 2 (2006), 189-204
60.12 Adsera, A.  
Marital fertility and religion in Spain, 1985 and 1999
  60, 2 (2006), 205-222
60.13 De Walque, D.  
Research Note: The socio-demographic legacy of the Khmer Rouge period in Cambodia
  60, 2 (2006), 223-231
60.14 Koenig, M. A., Acharya, R., Singh, S., Roy, T. K.  
Do current measurement approaches underestimate levels of unwanted childbearing? Evidence from rural India
  60, 3 (2006), 243-256
60.15 Goldstein, J. R., Wachter, K. W.  
Relationships between period and cohort life expectancy: Gaps and lags
  60, 3 (2006), 257-270
60.16 Gage, A. J., Calixte, M. G.  
Effects of physical accessibility of maternal health services on their use in rural Haiti
  60, 3 (2006), 271-288
60.17 Philipov, D., Speder, Z., Billari, F. C.  
Soon, later, or ever? The impact of anomie and social capital on fertility intentions in Bulgaria (2002) and Hungary (2001)
  60, 3 (2006), 289-308
60.18 Henley, D.  
From low to high fertility in Sulawesi (Indonesia) during the colonial period: Explaining the 'first fertility transition'
  60, 3 (2006), 309-328
60.19 Hong, Y.
Marital decision-making and the timing of first birth in rural China before the 1990s
  60, 3 (2006), 329-342
60.20 Christopher, A. J.  
Research Note: Questions of identity in the millennium round of Commonwealth censuses
  60, 3 (2006), 343-352
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