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 Journal: Journal of Population Economics
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Changes in HIV/AIDS knowledge and testing behavior in Africa: how much and for whom?
Author(s): Peter Glick and David E. Sahn
Source: Journal of Population Economics (APR 2007) , Vol. 20, No. 2, 2007, pages 383-422
Topic(s): HIV/AIDS
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Web: http://www.muhef.or.tz/articles/ref%20574.pdf
Child Mortality in Rural India
Author(s): van der Klaauw, Bas; Wang, Limin
Source: Journal of Population Economics (APR 2011) , April 2011, v. 24, iss. 2, pp. 601-28; DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00148-009-0290-3
Topic(s): Childhood mortality , Residence
Country(s): India
Modelling the impact of women’s education on fertility in Malawi
Author(s): Luca Zanin, Rosalba Radice, Giampiero Marrajpeg
Source: Journal of Population Economics (FEB 2014) , DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00148-013-0502-8
Topic(s): Education , Fertility , Modelling
Country(s): Malawi
Sibling Composition and Selective Gender-Based Survival Bias
Author(s): Chamarbagwala, Rubiana
Source: Journal of Population Economics (JUL 2011) , July 2011, v. 24, iss. 3, pp. 935-55, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00148-010-0314-z
Topic(s): Economics , Gender , Son preference
Country(s): India
The determinants of fertility in rural Peru: Program effects in the early years of the national family planning program
Author(s): Gustavo Angeles , David K. Guilkey and Thomas A. Mroz
Source: Journal of Population Economics (SEP 2005) , Volume 18, Number 2 / June, 2005
Topic(s): Data models , Fertility
Country(s): Peru
The effect of longevity on schooling and fertility: Evidence from the Brazilian Demographic and Health Survey
Author(s): Soares, R.R.
Source: Journal of Population Economics (2006) , Vol 19, Num 1, Page: 71-97
Topic(s): Fertility
Country(s): Brazil
Understanding the effects of siblings on child mortality: Evidence from India
Author(s): Makepeace G | Pal S
Source: Journal of Population Economics (OCT 2008) , 2008 Oct;21(4):877-902
Topic(s): Birth interval , Childhood mortality , Infant mortality
Country(s): India
 
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