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Determinants of fertility trends : theories re-examined
Seminar on Determinants of Fertility Trends, Major Theories and New Directions for Research (1980 : Bad Homburg von der HГ¶he, Germany)
Seminar organized by the IUSSP Committee on Comparative Analysis of Fertility. Includes bibliographies.
|Contributions||Höhn, Charlotte, Mackensen, Rainer, 1927-, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Committee on Comparative Analysis of Fertility|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 311 p.|
|Number of Pages||311|
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Early approaches to fertility 4. It was at the very end of the seventeenth century, and above all in the eighteenth century, that the first “theories” of fertility emerged, with the birth of “political arithmetic” in England (William Petty, ), followed by debates on the history of European cheathamhillelementary.com: Henri Leridon, Catriona Dutreuilh.
Author(s): Hawthorn,G Title(s): The paradox of the modern: determinants of fertility in northern and western Europe since / G. Hawthorn. In: Hohn C, Mackensen R, ed.
Determinants of fertility trends: theories re-examined Country of Publication: Belgium Publisher: Liege, Belgium, Ordina Editions, ‘Cultural Dynamics and Economic Theories of Fertility Change,’Population and Development Review 14 (1): Fukuyama, Francis.
The End of History and the Last Man (Hamish Hamilton, London) Hirschman, C. ‘Population and Society: Historical Trends and Future. Prospects,’ unpublished paper. USA *Church Central. McNicoll, G. Institutional determinants of fertility change. In Determinants of fertility trends: Theories re-examined.
Proceedings of a Seminar held in Bad Homburg (F. Germany), 14–17 AprilInternational Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Edited by. Author(s): Safilios-Rothschild,C Title(s): A class and sex stratification theoretical model and its relevance for fertility trends in the developing world/ C.
Safilios-Rothschild. In: Hohn C, Mackensen R, ed. Determinants of fertility trends: theories re-examined Country of Publication: Belgium Publisher: Liege, Belgium, Ordina Editions, Aug 02, · The wealth flows theory of fertility. in Determinants of Fertility Trends: Theories Re-examined, ed Caldwell, John C.
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Williams, L.B. and B.G. Zimmer. ‘The Changing Influence of Religion on US Fertility: Evidence from. Dec 12, · This chapter covers the scholarship on the economic determinants and theories of the three main demographic Caldwell, John Charles. The Wealth Flows Theory of Fertility Decline. In Determinants of Fertility Trends: Theories Re-examined.
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Liège, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Ordina Editions. For instance, Kaplan and Bock (), when discussing Caldwell's theory of intergenerational wealth flows, as an explanation of fertility, emphasise the structure of family as a mechanism allowing.
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‘The transition in the value of children and the fertility transition’. in: C. Höhn and R. Mackensen (Eds), Determinants of Fertility Trends: Theories Re-examined, Ordina Editions, Liège [Discusses all aspects of the value of children to parents].
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