Volume 9, 1955/56

09.01 Carrier, NH
An examination of generation fertility in England and Wales
  9, 1 (1955), 3-23
09.02 Stolnitz, GJ
A century of international mortality trends: I
  9, 1 (1955), 24-55
09.03 Spengler, JJ
Marshall on the population problem. Part II
  9, 1 (1955), 56-66
09.04 Leser, CEV
Variations in mortality and life expectation
  9, 1 (1955), 67-71
09.05 Prais, SJ
The formal theory of social mobility
  9, 1 (1955), 72-81
09.06 Gabor, A
The concept of statistical freedom and its application to social mobility
  9, 1 (1955), 82-95
09.07 Billewicz, WZ
Some remarks on the measurement of social mobility
  9, 1 (1955), 96-101
09.08 Scott, W
Some remarks on the measurement of social mobility - a reply
  9, 1 (1955), 102-103
09.09 McKeown, T and Brown, RG
Medical evidence related to English population changes in the eighteenth century
  9, 2 (1955), 119-141
09.10 Leser, CEV
The supply of women for gainful work in Britain
  9, 2 (1955), 142-147
09.11 Mayer, A and Klapprodt, C
Fertility differentials in Detroit: 1920-1950
  9, 2 (1955), 148-158
09.12 Tietze, C and Lauriat, P
Age at marriage and educational attainment in the United States
  9, 2 (1955), 159-166
09.13 Clements, RV
Trade unions and emigration, 1840-80
  9, 2 (1955), 167-180
09.14 Taylor, W
A rejoinder to Mr Petersen
  9, 2 (1955), 181-184
09.15 Ryan, WJL
Some Irish population problems. A review article
  9, 2 (1955), 185-188
09.16 Sarkar, N
Population trends and population policy in Ceylon
  9, 3 (1956), 195-216
09.17 Ghosh, A
A study of demographic trends in West Bengal during 1901-1950
  9, 3 (1956), 217-236
09.18 Cabello, O
The demography of Chile
  9, 3 (1956), 237-250
09.19 Potter Jr, RG
A critique of the Glass-Grebenik model for indirectly estimating desired family size
  9, 3 (1956), 251-270
09.20 Zarkovic, SS
Some remarks on coverage checks in population censuses
  9, 3 (1956), 271-275
09.21 Frumkin, G
From conventional demography to potential' demography - in memoriam of Liebmann Hersch (1882-1955)
  9, 3 (1956), 276-277C
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