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Population and Development Review

1999 - 2020

Current editor(s): Paul Demeny and Geoffrey McNicoll

From The Population Council, Inc.
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Volume 36, issue 12, 2010

Routes to Low Mortality in Poor Countries Revisited pp. 655-692
Randall Kuhn
Food Security in an Era of Economic Volatility pp. 693-723
Rosamond L. Naylor and Walter P. Falcon
Child‐Care Availability and Fertility in Norway pp. 725-748
Ronald R. Rindfuss, David K. Guilkey, S. Philip Morgan and ØYstein Kravdal
US Mortality in an International Context: Age Variations pp. 749-773
Jessica Y. Ho and Samuel H. Preston
The Educational Gradient of Childbearing within Cohabitation in Europe pp. 775-801
Brienna Perelli‐Harris, Wendy Sigle‐Rushton, Michaela Kreyenfeld, Trude Lappegård, Renske Keizer and Caroline Berghammer
The Relative Effects of Shocks in Early‐ and Later‐Life Conditions on Mortality pp. 803-829
Mikko Myrskylä
Douglass C. North, John Joseph Wallis, and Barry R. Weingast: Violence and Social Orders: A Conceptual Framework for Interpreting Recorded Human History pp. 841-843
John G. Haaga
Nell Irvin Painter: The History of White People pp. 844-845
J. R. McNeill
Heiner Maier, Jutta Gampe, Bernard Jeune, Jean‐Marie Robine, and James W. Vaupel (eds.): Supercentenarians pp. 846-847
James R. Carey
David Willetts: The Pinch: How the Baby Boomers Took Their Children's Future—And Why They Should Give It Back pp. 848-850
Geoffrey McNicoll

Volume 36, issue 09, 2010

China's Below‐Replacement Fertility: Government Policy or Socioeconomic Development? pp. 419-440 Downloads
Yong Cai
Projections of the Ethnic Minority Populations of the United Kingdom 2006–2056 pp. 441-486 Downloads
David Coleman
Health as a Context for Social and Gender Activism: Female Volunteer Health Workers in Iran pp. 487-510 Downloads
Homa Hoodfar
The Implications of Increased Survivorship for Mortality Variation in Aging Populations pp. 511-539 Downloads
Michal Engelman, Vladimir Canudas‐Romo and Emily M. Agree
Intra‐Household Conflicts in Migration Decisionmaking: Return and Pendulum Migration in Morocco pp. 541-561 Downloads
Hein De Haas and Tineke Fokkema
Stem Families and Joint Families in Comparative Historical Perspective pp. 563-577 Downloads
Steven Ruggles
East Asian Childbearing Patterns and Policy Developments pp. 579-606 Downloads
Tomas Frejka, Gavin W. Jones and Jean‐Paul Sardon

Volume 36, issue 06, 2010

The Unfolding Story of the Second Demographic Transition pp. 211-251 Downloads
Ron Lesthaeghe
Demography, Education, and Democracy: Global Trends and the Case of Iran pp. 253-281 Downloads
Wolfgang Lutz, Jesus Crespo Cuaresma and Mohammad Jalal Abbasi‐Shavazi
Mapping the Timing, Pace, and Scale of the Fertility Transition in Brazil pp. 283-307 Downloads
Joseph E. Potter, Carl Schmertmann, Renato M. Assunção and Suzana M. Cavenaghi
Productivity of Older Workers: Perceptions of Employers and Employees pp. 309-330 Downloads
Hendrik van Dalen, Kène Henkens and Joop Schippers
Emptying the Nest: Older Men in the United States, 1880–2000 pp. 331-356 Downloads
Brian Gratton and Myron P. Gutmann
The Household Registration System and Migrant Labor in China: Notes on a Debate pp. 357-364 Downloads
Kam Wing Chan
Reexamining the Dominance of Birth Cohort Effects on Mortality pp. 365-390 Downloads
Michael Murphy

Volume 36, issue 03, 2010

Who Wins and Who Loses? Public Transfer Accounts for US Generations Born 1850 to 2090 pp. 1-26 Downloads
Antoine Bommier, Ronald Lee, Tim Miller and Stéphane Zuber
Beyond Material Explanations: Family Solidarity and Mortality, a Small Area‐level Analysis pp. 27-45 Downloads
Jon Anson
Son Preference and Access to Social Insurance: Evidence from China's Rural Pension Program pp. 47-70 Downloads
Avraham Ebenstein and Steven Leung
Gender Gaps in Educational Attainment in Less Developed Countries pp. 71-89 Downloads
Monica J. Grant and Jere Behrman
The Correspondence Between Fertility Intentions and Behavior in the United States pp. 91-118 Downloads
S. Philip Morgan and Heather Rackin
Well‐Being, Front and Center: A Note on the Sarkozy Report pp. 119-124 Downloads
Richard A. Easterlin
Counting Child Domestic Servants in Latin America pp. 125-149 Downloads
Deborah Levison and Anna Langer
Growing Diversity among America's Children and Youth: Spatial and Temporal Dimensions pp. 151-176 Downloads
Kenneth M. Johnson and Daniel Lichter

Volume 35, issue 12, 2009

The End of “Lowest‐Low” Fertility? pp. 663-699 Downloads
Joshua R. Goldstein, Tomáš Sobotka and Aiva Jasilioniene
Welfare Regimes for Aging Populations: No Single Path for Reform pp. 701-720 Downloads
Mehmet F. Aysan and Roderic Beaujot
Latin America and the Social Contract: Patterns of Social Spending and Taxation pp. 721-748 Downloads
Karla Breceda, Jamele Rigolini and Jaime Saavedra
Homicide Rates in a Cross‐Section of Countries: Evidence and Interpretations pp. 749-776 Downloads
Julio H. Cole and Andrés Marroquín Gramajo
Legacy, Policy, and Circumstance in Fertility Transition pp. 777-795 Downloads
Geoffrey McNicoll
The Gendered Double Standard of Aging in US Marriage Markets pp. 797-816 Downloads
Paula England and Elizabeth Aura McClintock

Volume 35, issue 09, 2009

Divergent Patterns in the Ethnic Transformation of Societies pp. 449-478 Downloads
David Coleman
Abortion, Family Planning, and Population Policy: Prospects for the Common‐Ground Approach pp. 479-518 Downloads
Dennis Hodgson
The Sex Ratio Transition in Asia pp. 519-549 Downloads
Christophe Guilmoto
An Imperfect Contraceptive Society: Fertility and Contraception in Italy pp. 551-584 Downloads
Alessandra Gribaldo, Maya D. Judd and David I. Kertzer
Falling Short of Highest Life Expectancy: How Many Americans Might Have Been Alive in the Twentieth Century? pp. 585-603 Downloads
Magdalena M. Muszyńska and Roland Rau
China's Below‐Replacement Fertility: Recent Trends and Future Prospects pp. 605-629 Downloads
S. Philip Morgan, Guo Zhigang and Sarah R. Hayford

Volume 35, issue 06, 2009

The Effect of Population Growth on Economic Growth: A Meta‐Regression Analysis of the Macroeconomic Literature pp. 221-248 Downloads
Derek Headey and Andrew Hodge
Reconsidering the Northwest European Family System: Living Arrangements of the Aged in Comparative Historical Perspective pp. 249-273 Downloads
Steven Ruggles
Risk Exposure in Early Life and Mortality at Older Ages: Evidence from Union Army Veterans pp. 275-295 Downloads
Dejun Su
A Gendered Assessment of Highly Skilled Emigration pp. 297-321 Downloads
Frédéric Docquier, B. Lindsay Lowell and Abdeslam Marfouk
Introduction pp. 323-330 Downloads
John G. Haaga
Interventions to Improve Late Life pp. 331-340 Downloads
Linda G. Martin
The Changing Family and Aging Populations pp. 341-346 Downloads
Linda J. Waite
Lively Questions for Demographers about Death at Older Ages pp. 347-356 Downloads
James W. Vaupel
The Demography of Future Global Population Aging: Indicators, Uncertainty, and Educational Composition pp. 357-365 Downloads
Wolfgang Lutz
Population Dynamics in Italy in the Middle Ages: New Insights from Archaeological Findings pp. 367-389 Downloads
Irene Barbiera and Gianpiero Dalla‐Zuanna
US Presidential Elections and the Spatial Pattern of the American Second Demographic Transition pp. 391-400 Downloads
Ron Lesthaeghe and Lisa Neidert
Evidence for an Incipient Decline in Numbers of Missing Girls in China and India pp. 401-416 Downloads
Monica Das Gupta, Woojin Chung and Li Shuzhuo
Gavin Jones, Paulin Tay Straughan, and Angelique Chan (eds.) pp. 423-425 Downloads
Tomas Frejka
Mahmood Mamdani pp. 425-429 Downloads
John C. Caldwell

Volume 35, issue 03, 2009

The Changing Racial and Ethnic Composition of the US Population: Emerging American Identities pp. 1-51 Downloads
Anthony Daniel Perez and Charles Hirschman
“Roll Back Malaria, Roll in Development”? Reassessing the Economic Burden of Malaria pp. 53-87 Downloads
Randall M. Packard
Universal versus Economically Polarized Change in Age at First Birth: A French–British Comparison pp. 89-115 Downloads
Michael S. Rendall, Olivia Ekert‐Jaffé, Heather Joshi, Kevin Lynch and Rémi Mougin
Why Do People Become Modern? A Darwinian Explanation pp. 117-158 Downloads
Lesley Newson and Peter J. Richerson
The Segmented Trend Line of Highest Life Expectancies pp. 159-187 Downloads
Jacques Vallin and France Meslé
World Bank pp. 197-200 Downloads
Mark Montgomery
Barry Cunliffe pp. 200-202 Downloads
Jesper Boldsen
Geoff Childs pp. 202-204 Downloads
Andrew M. Fischer
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