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Authors: HOBCRAFT J
Citation: J. Hobcraft, THE FIRST 50 YEARS - A TRIBUTE TO GREBENIK,E, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 301-302

Authors: GREBENIK E
Citation: E. Grebenik, EDITORS NOTE, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 303-304

Authors: CALDWELL JC
Citation: Jc. Caldwell, DEMOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL-SCIENCE, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 305

Authors: KEYFITZ N
Citation: N. Keyfitz, POPULATION-GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 335

Authors: KIRK D
Citation: D. Kirk, DEMOGRAPHIC-TRANSITION THEORY, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 361

Authors: VANDEKAA DJ
Citation: Dj. Vandekaa, ANCHORED NARRATIVES - THE STORY AND FINDINGS OF HALF A CENTURY OF RESEARCH INTO THE DETERMINANTS OF FERTILITY, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 389

Authors: CLELAND J
Citation: J. Cleland, DEMOGRAPHIC-DATA COLLECTION IN LESS-DEVELOPED-COUNTRIES 1946-1996, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 433

Authors: BRASS W
Citation: W. Brass, DEMOGRAPHIC-DATA ANALYSIS IN LESS-DEVELOPED-COUNTRIES - 1946-1996, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 451

Authors: COALE A TRUSSELL J
Citation: A. Coale et J. Trussell, THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF DEMOGRAPHIC-MODELS, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 469

Authors: HOBCRAFT J
Citation: J. Hobcraft, FERTILITY IN ENGLAND AND WALES - A 50-YEAR PERSPECTIVE, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 485

Authors: PRESTON SH
Citation: Sh. Preston, POPULATION STUDIES OF MORTALITY, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 525

Authors: SAITO O
Citation: O. Saito, HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHY - ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROSPECTS, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 537

Authors: SCHEIDEL W
Citation: W. Scheidel, THE DEMOGRAPHY OF ROMAN EGYPT - BAGNALL,RS, FRIER,BW, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 555-555

Authors: JOSHI H
Citation: H. Joshi, FROM PARENT TO CHILD - INTRAHOUSEHOLD ALLOCATIONS AND INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONS IN THE UNITED-STATES - BEHRMAN,JR, POLLAK,RA, TAUBMAN,P, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 556-557

Authors: KNODEL J
Citation: J. Knodel, FOOD AND POPULATION IN A NORTHEAST THAI VILLAGE - FUKUI,H, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 557-558

Authors: SHARIFF A
Citation: A. Shariff, DEMOGRAPHIC EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC REVERSALS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 558-559

Authors: WALTER J
Citation: J. Walter, DEPRIVATION AND DISEASE - MORTALITY DURING THE GREAT FINNISH FAMINE OF THE 1860S - PITKANEN,KJ, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 559-560

Authors: WANG DL
Citation: Dl. Wang, MULTIREGIONAL DEMOGRAPHY - PRINCIPLES, METHODS AND EXTENSIONS - ROGERS,A, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 560-561

Authors: LONGHURST R
Citation: R. Longhurst, ENRICHING LIVES - OVERCOMING VITAMIN AND MINERAL MALNUTRITION IN DEVELOPING-COUNTRIES - WORLD-BANK, Population Studies, 50(3), 1996, pp. 561-562

Authors: OKUN BS TRUSSELL J VAUGHAN B
Citation: Bs. Okun et al., USING FERTILITY SURVEYS TO EVALUATE AN INDIRECT METHOD FOR DETECTING FERTILITY-CONTROL - A STUDY OF COHORT PARITY ANALYSIS, Population Studies, 50(2), 1996, pp. 161

Authors: CROOK N
Citation: N. Crook, POPULATION AND POVERTY IN CLASSICAL-THEORY - TESTING A STRUCTURAL MODEL FOR INDIA, Population Studies, 50(2), 1996, pp. 173

Authors: DHARMALINGAM A MORGAN SP
Citation: A. Dharmalingam et Sp. Morgan, WOMENS WORK, AUTONOMY, AND BIRTH-CONTROL - EVIDENCE FROM 2 SOUTH INDIAN VILLAGES, Population Studies, 50(2), 1996, pp. 187

Authors: PANTERBRICK C
Citation: C. Panterbrick, PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OF BIRTH SEASONALITY AND CONCEPTION FAILURE INNEPAL, Population Studies, 50(2), 1996, pp. 203

Authors: RANDALL S
Citation: S. Randall, WHOSE REALITY - LOCAL PERCEPTIONS OF FERTILITY VERSUS DEMOGRAPHIC-ANALYSIS, Population Studies, 50(2), 1996, pp. 221

Authors: WASAO SW DONNERMEYER JF
Citation: Sw. Wasao et Jf. Donnermeyer, AN ANALYSIS OF FACTORS RELATED TO PARITY AMONG THE AMISH IN NORTHEASTOHIO, Population Studies, 50(2), 1996, pp. 235
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