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Volume 19, issue 62, 2008

Union formation and fertility in Bulgaria and Russia: A life table description of recent trends pp. 2057-2114 Downloads
Dimiter Philipov and Aiva Jasilioniene

Volume 19, issue 61, 2008

The effects of socioeconomic and cultural characteristics of regions on the spatial patterns of the Second Demographic Transition in Finland pp. 2043-2056 Downloads
Tapani Valkonen, Jenni Blomgren, Timo M. Kauppinen, Pekka Martikainen and Elina Mäenpää

Volume 19, issue 60, 2008

Educational differences in all-cause mortality by marital status pp. 2011-2042 Downloads
Iliana V. Kohler, Pekka Martikainen, Kirsten P. Smith and Irma T. Elo

Volume 19, issue 59, 2008

Creative providers: Counseling and counselors in family planning and reproductive health pp. 1969-2010 Downloads
Anthony T. Carter

Volume 19, issue 58, 2008

Postponement and childlessness - Evidence from two British cohorts pp. 1935-1968 Downloads
Dylan Kneale and Heather Joshi

Volume 19, issue 57, 2008

Repartnering after marital dissolution: Does context play a role? pp. 1913-1934 Downloads
Silvia Meggiolaro and Fausta Ongaro

Volume 19, issue 56, 2008

Men's childbearing desires and views of the male role in Europe at the dawn of the 21st century pp. 1883-1912 Downloads
Allan Puur, Livia Sz. Oláh, Mariam Irene Tazi-Preve and Jürgen Dorbritz

Volume 19, issue 55, 2008

Beyond denomination: The relationship between religion and family planning in rural Malawi pp. 1851-1882 Downloads
Sara Yeatman and Jenny Trinitapoli

Volume 19, issue 54, 2008

How can economic schemes curtail the increasing sex ratio at birth in China? pp. 1831-1850 Downloads
Debarun Bhattacharjya, Anant Sudarshan, Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ross Shachter and Marcus Feldman

Volume 19, issue 53, 2008

Polygyny and HIV in Malawi pp. 1811-1830 Downloads
Georges Reniers and Rania Tfaily

Volume 19, issue 52, 2008

Indonesia against the trend? Ageing and inter-generational wealth flows in two Indonesian communities pp. 1781-1810 Downloads
Philip Kreager and Elisabeth Schröder-Butterfill

Volume 19, issue 51, 2008

Trends in educational mortality differentials in Austria between 1981/82 and 2001/2002 pp. 1759-1780 Downloads
Johannes Klotz and Gabriele Doblhammer

Volume 19, issue 50, 2008

Biodemography: Research prospects and directions pp. 1749-1758 Downloads
James R. Carey

Volume 19, issue 49, 2008

A behaviorally-based approach to measuring inequality pp. 1727-1748 Downloads
Robert Schoen and Claudia Nau

Volume 19, issue 48, 2008

The influence of parents on cohabitation in Italy - Insights from two regional contexts pp. 1693-1726 Downloads
Christin Schröder

Volume 19, issue 47, 2008

Cohabitation and children's living arrangements pp. 1663-1692 Downloads
Sheela Kennedy and Larry L. Bumpass

Volume 19, issue 46, 2008

Sources of error and bias in methods of fertility estimation contingent on the P/F ratio in a time of declining fertility and rising mortality pp. 1635-1662 Downloads
Tom Moultrie and Rob Dorrington

Volume 19, issue 45, 2008

Children’s school participation and HIV/AIDS in rural Malawi pp. 1603-1634 Downloads
Monica J. Grant

Volume 19, issue 44, 2008

Top-down and bottom-up research in biodemography pp. 1587-1602 Downloads
Hillard Kaplan and Michael Gurven

Volume 19, issue 43, 2008

Human Biodemography: Some challenges and possibilities pp. 1575-1586 Downloads
Kaare Christensen

Volume 19, issue 42, 2008

Adult mortality and children’s transition into marriage pp. 1551-1574 Downloads
Kathleen Beegle and Sofya Krutikova

Volume 19, issue 41, 2008

Women’s changing socioeconomic position and union formation in Spain and Portugal pp. 1513-1550 Downloads
Marta Domínguez-Folgueras and Teresa Castro Martín

Volume 19, issue 40, 2008

Biodemography comes of Age pp. 1501-1512 Downloads
Kenneth W. Wachter

Volume 19, issue 39, 2008

Gender roles and values of children: Childless Couples in East and West Germany pp. 1451-1500 Downloads
Ursula Henz

Volume 19, issue 38, 2008

Blame the parents? The association between parental longevity and successful ageing pp. 1435-1450 Downloads
Edlira Gjonça and Paola Zaninotto

Volume 19, issue 37, 2008

Adult mortality in a rural area of Senegal pp. 1419-1434 Downloads
Géraldine Duthé and Gilles Pison

Volume 19, issue 36, 2008

Trends in living arrangements in Europe: Convergence or divergence? pp. 1351-1418 Downloads
Tineke Fokkema and Aart C. Liefbroer

Volume 19, issue 35, 2008

An integrated approach to cause-of-death analysis: cause-deleted life tables and decompositions of life expectancy pp. 1323-1350 Downloads
Hiram Beltran-Sanchez, Samuel Preston and Vladimir Canudas-Romo

Volume 19, issue 34, 2008

The timing and partnership context of becoming a parent pp. 1281-1322 Downloads
John Hobcraft

Volume 19, issue 33, 2008

Fertility of Turkish and Moroccan women in the Netherlands: Adjustment to native level within one generation pp. 1249-1280 Downloads
Joop Garssen and Han Nicolaas

Volume 19, issue 32, 2008

Hotspots and Coldspots: Household and village-level variation in orphanhood prevalence in rural Malawi pp. 1217-1248 Downloads
Alexander A. Weinreb, Patrick Gerland and Peter Fleming

Volume 19, issue 31, 2008

Biological and sociological interpretations of age-adjustment in studies of higher order birth rates pp. 1205-1216 Downloads
Mette Gerster and Niels Keiding

Volume 19, issue 30, 2008

The modal age at death and the shifting mortality hypothesis pp. 1179-1204 Downloads
Vladimir Canudas-Romo

Volume 19, issue 29, 2008

Ukraine: On the border between old and new in uncertain times pp. 1145-1178 Downloads
Brienna Perelli-Harris

Volume 19, issue 28, 2008

Sweden: Combining childbearing and gender equality pp. 1105-1144 Downloads
Livia Sz. Oláh and Eva Bernhardt

Volume 19, issue 27, 2008

Spain: Short on children and short on family policies pp. 1059-1104 Downloads
Margarita Delgado, Gerardo Meil and Francisco Zamora-López

Volume 19, issue 26, 2008

Slovenia: Generous family policy without evidence of any fertility impact pp. 1019-1058 Downloads
Nada Stropnik and Milivoja Šircelj

Volume 19, issue 25, 2008

Slovakia: Fertility between tradition and modernity pp. 973-1018 Downloads
Michaela Potančoková, Boris Vano, Viera Pilinská and Danuša Jurčová

Volume 19, issue 24, 2008

Russian Federation: From the first to second demographic transition pp. 907-972 Downloads
Sergei Zakharov

Volume 19, issue 23, 2008

Romania: Childbearing metamorphosis within a changing context pp. 855-906 Downloads
Cornelia Muresan, Paul-Teodor Hărăguş, Mihaela Hărăguş and Christin Schröder

Volume 19, issue 22, 2008

Poland: Fertility decline as a response to profound societal and labour market changes? pp. 795-854 Downloads
Irena E. Kotowska, Janina Jóźwiak, Anna Matysiak and Anna Baranowska-Rataj

Volume 19, issue 21, 2008

The Netherlands: Childbearing within the context of a "Poldermodel" society pp. 743-794 Downloads
Tineke Fokkema, Helga A.G. De Valk, Joop de Beer and Coen van Duin

Volume 19, issue 20, 2008

Lithuania: Fertility decline and its determinants pp. 705-742 Downloads
Vladislava Stankuniene and Aiva Jasilioniene

Volume 19, issue 19, 2008

Italy: Delayed adaptation of social institutions to changes in family behaviour pp. 665-704 Downloads
Alessandra De Rose, Filomena Racioppi and Anna Laura Zanatta

Volume 19, issue 18, 2008

Hungary: Secular fertility decline with distinct period fluctuations pp. 599-664 Downloads
Zsolt Spéder and Ferenc Kamarás

Volume 19, issue 17, 2008

Germany: Family diversity with low actual and desired fertility pp. 557-598 Downloads
Jürgen Dorbritz

Volume 19, issue 16, 2008

France: High and stable fertility pp. 503-556 Downloads
Laurent Toulemon, Ariane Pailhé and Clémentine Rossier

Volume 19, issue 15, 2008

England and Wales: Stable fertility and pronounced social status differences pp. 455-502 Downloads
Wendy Sigle-Rushton

Volume 19, issue 14, 2008

Czech Republic: A rapid transformation of fertility and family behaviour after the collapse of state socialism pp. 403-454 Downloads
Tomáš Sobotka, Anna Št’astná, Krystof Zeman, Dana Hamplová and Vladimíra Kantorová

Volume 19, issue 13, 2008

Bulgaria: Ethnic differentials in rapidly declining fertility pp. 361-402 Downloads
Elena Koytcheva and Dimiter Philipov

Volume 19, issue 12, 2008

Austria: Persistent low fertility since the mid-1980s pp. 293-360 Downloads
Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz, Tomáš Sobotka, Isabella Buber-Ennser, Henriette Engelhardt-Wölfler and Richard Gisser

Volume 19, issue 11, 2008

Albania: Trends and patterns, proximate determinants and policies of fertility change pp. 261-292 Downloads
Arjan Gjonca, Arnstein Aassve and Letizia Mencarini

Volume 19, issue 10, 2008

Overview Chapter 8: The impact of public policies on European fertility pp. 249-260 Downloads
Jan M. Hoem

Volume 19, issue 9, 2008

Overview Chapter 7: The rising importance of migrants for childbearing in Europe pp. 225-248 Downloads
Tomáš Sobotka

Volume 19, issue 8, 2008

Overview Chapter 6: The diverse faces of the Second Demographic Transition in Europe pp. 171-224 Downloads
Tomáš Sobotka

Volume 19, issue 7, 2008

Overview Chapter 5: Determinants of family formation and childbearing during the societal transition in Central and Eastern Europe pp. 139-170 Downloads
Tomas Frejka

Volume 19, issue 6, 2008

Overview Chapter 4: Changing family and partnership behaviour pp. 85-138 Downloads
Tomáš Sobotka and Laurent Toulemon

Volume 19, issue 5, 2008

Overview Chapter 3: Birth regulation in Europe pp. 73-84 Downloads
Tomas Frejka

Volume 19, issue 4, 2008

Overview Chapter 2: Parity distribution and completed family size in Europe pp. 47-72 Downloads
Tomas Frejka

Volume 19, issue 3, 2008

Overview Chapter 1: Fertility in Europe pp. 15-46 Downloads
Tomas Frejka and Tomáš Sobotka

Volume 19, issue 2, 2008

Summary and general conclusions: Childbearing Trends and Policies in Europe pp. 5-14 Downloads
Tomas Frejka, Tomáš Sobotka, Jan M. Hoem and Laurent Toulemon

Volume 19, issue 1, 2008

Preface: Childbearing Trends and Policies in Europe pp. 1-4 Downloads
Jan M. Hoem
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