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Handbook of Population and Family Economics

Current editor(s): M. R. Rosenzweig and Stark, O.

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Ch 01 Introduction: Population and family economics , pp 1-17 Downloads
Mark Rosenzweig and Oded Stark
Ch 02 A survey of theories of the family , pp 21-79 Downloads
Ted Bergstrom
Ch 03 The formation and dissolution of families: Why marry? Who marries whom? And what happens upon divorce , pp 81-123 Downloads
Yoram Weiss
Ch 04 Intrahousehold distribution and the family , pp 125-187 Downloads
Jere Behrman
Ch 05 Intergenerational and interhousehold economic links , pp 189-238 Downloads
John Laitner
Ch 06 The cost of children and the use of demographic variables in consumer demand , pp 241-273 Downloads
Bernard van Praag and Marcel F. Warnaar
Ch 07 The economics of fertility in developed countries , pp 275-347 Downloads
V. Joseph Hotz, Jacob Alex Klerman and Robert Willis
Ch 08 Demand for children in low income countries , pp 349-430 Downloads
T. Schultz
Ch 09 New findings on secular trends in nutrition and mortality: Some implications for population theory , pp 433-481 Downloads
Robert Fogel
Ch 10 Determinants and consequences of the mortality and health of infants and children , pp 483-557 Downloads
Kenneth I. Wolpin
Ch 11 Mortality and morbidity among adults and the elderly , pp 559-643 Downloads
Robin Sickles and Paul Taubman
Ch 12 Internal migration in developed countries , pp 647-720 Downloads
Michael J. Greenwood
Ch 13 Internal migration in developing countries , pp 721-798 Downloads
Robert Lucas
Ch 14 Economic impact of international migration and the economic performance of migrants , pp 799-850 Downloads
Robert LaLonde and Robert Topel
Ch 15 International migration and international trade , pp 851-887 Downloads
Assaf Razin and Efraim Sadka
Ch 16 The economics of individual aging , pp 891-966 Downloads
Michael Hurd
Ch 17 The economics of population aging , pp 967-1014 Downloads
David Weil
Ch 18 Demographic variables and income inequality , pp 1015-1059 Downloads
David Lam
Ch 19 Population dynamics: Equilibrium, disequilibrium, and consequences of fluctuations , pp 1063-1115 Downloads
Ronald Lee
Ch 20 Growth models with endogenous population: A general framework , pp 1117-1174 Downloads
Marc Nerlove and Lakshmi Raut
Ch 21 Long-term consequences of population growth: Technological change, natural resources, and the environment , pp 1175-1298 Downloads
James Robinson and T. Srinivasan
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