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 Journal: Population and Development Review
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Comparing Relative Effects of Education and Economic Resources on Infant Mortality in Developing Countries.
Author(s): Pamuk, E. R., Fuchs, R. and Lutz, W.
Source: Population and Development Review (DEC 2011) , Dec2011, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p637-664, 28p; DOI: 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2011.00451.x
Topic(s): Economics , Education , Infant mortality
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Deadly Cities? Spatial Inequalities in Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa
Author(s): Isabel Günther, Kenneth Harttgen
Source: Population and Development Review (SEP 2012) , Volume 38, Issue 3, pages 469–486; DOI: 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2012.00512.x
Topic(s): Inequality , Mortality , Rural-urban differentials
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
High Sex Ratios at Birth in the Caucasus: Modern Technology to Satisfy Old Desires
Author(s): Géraldine Duthé, France Meslé, Jacques Vallin, Irina Badurashvili, Karine Kuyumjyan
Source: Population and Development Review (SEP 2012) , Volume 38, Issue 3, pages 487–501, DOI: 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2012.00513.x
Topic(s): Sex preference , Son preference
Country(s): Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
On postponement and birth intervals.
Author(s): Ian M Timaeus and Tom A. Moultrie.
Source: Population and Development Review (SEP 2008) , Vol. 34, No. 3, pp.483-510
Topic(s): Birth interval , Fertility
Country(s): South Africa
Politics and female sterilization in Northeast Brazil
Author(s): Caetano, A.J., J.E. Potter
Source: Population and Development Review (2004) , Vol 30, Num 1, Page: 79-108
Topic(s): Nutrition
Country(s): Brazil
Selective mortality during the Khmer Rouge period in Cambodia
Author(s): de Walque, D.
Source: Population and Development Review (2006) , Vol 31, Num 2, Page: 351-368
Topic(s): Mortality
Country(s): Cambodia
Sero-discordant couples in Africa: Implications for prevention strategies
Author(s): Damien de Walque
Source: Population and Development Review (2007) , vol 33, no 3, pp. 501-523
Topic(s): HIV/AIDS
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Sex differentials in childhood feeding, health care, and nutritional status in India
Author(s): Mishra, V., T.K. Roy, R.D. Retherford
Source: Population and Development Review (2004) , Vol 30, Num 2, Page: 269-296
Topic(s): Mortality
Country(s): India
The Association of Television and Radio with Reproductive Behavior.
Author(s): Westoff, Charles F.; Koffman, Dawn A.
Source: Population and Development Review (DEC 2011) , Dec2011, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p749-759, 11p; DOI: 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2011.00455.x
Topic(s): Mass media , Reproductive health
Country(s): Multiple Regions
The changing context of sexual initiation in sub-Saharan Africa.
Author(s): Mensch, B.S., M.J. Grant, and A.K. Blanc.
Source: Population and Development Review (2006) , 32(4): 699-727
Topic(s): Sexual behavior
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
The Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic on Kinship Resources for Orphans in Zimbabwe.
Author(s): Zagheni, Emilio
Source: Population and Development Review (DEC 2011) , Dec2011, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p761-783, 23p; DOI: 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2011.00456.x
Topic(s): HIV/AIDS , Orphanhood
Country(s): Zimbabwe
Two approaches to measuring women’s work in developing countries: A comparison of survey data from Egypt.
Author(s): Ray Langsten and Rania Salem.
Source: Population and Development Review (2008) , 2088, 34(2): 283-305.
Topic(s): Employment , Women's status
Country(s): Egypt
What Is Urban? Comparing a Satellite View with the Demographic and Health Surveys
Author(s): Audrey Dorélien, Deborah Balk, and Megan Todd
Source: Population and Development Review (SEP 2013) , Volume 39, Issue 3, pages 413–439, DOI: 10.1111/j.1728-4457.2013.00610.x
Topic(s): GIS , GPS , Pollution , Rural-urban differentials
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Women’s and men’s relative status and intimate partner violence in India
Author(s): Abigail Weitzman
Source: Population and Development Review (MAR 2014) , 40(1): 55-75
Topic(s): Domestic violence
Country(s): India
 
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