Demographic Transition and Socio-Economic Development: Proceedings of the United Nations/UNFPA Expert Group Meeting, Istanbul, 27 April-4 May 1977, Page 81
UN, 1979 - Demographic transition - 153 pages
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Measuring the impact of socioeconomic factors on fertility in the context of
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affect fertility age at marriage age groups aggregates agricultural amenorrhea analysis areas basic birth birth-control Bogotá census cent child coefficient cohort Colombia context contraception correlation costs crude birth-rate demographic transition dependent variable determinants of fertility developing countries economic development economic variables estimated example explanatory variables family planning female fertility behaviour fertility change fertility decline fertility functions fertility rates Gini coefficient household impact important income increase indicators individual influence intermediate variables International labour labour-force participation marital fertility marriage married measure method migration nomic number of children parents parity progression ratios patterns percentage possible problem proportion reference regression regression analysis relationship relative response role rural sample social and economic socio socio-economic development socio-economic variables specific Sri Lanka statistical structure techniques theory tility tion trends Turkey types urban value of children various women