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Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries
Rodolfo A. Bulatao
by Academic Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Ronald D. Lee (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||642|
The effects on fertility of its 3 major proximate determinants were examined -- marriage, contraception, and postpartum infecundability. The model of Bongaarts was applied both at the national level and for residence and education subgroups of 29 World Fertility Surveys (WFSs). Using this large body of data, both methodological and substantive issues were addressed. [See Cutright () for a detailed review of cross-national research in determinants of fertility levels and change in LDCs] These studies have generally concluded that family planning and developmental variables have been influential in determining the course of fertility decline in developing by:
The top ten lowest fertility countries or areas are no Ten countries or areas with the lowest total fertility, , and longer . , English, Book edition: Determinants of fertility in developing countries / Panel on Fertility Determinants, Committee on Population and Demography, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council ; edited by Rodolfo A. Bulatao, Ronald D. Lee with Paula E. Hollerbach, John Bongaarts.
Downloadable! With an average population growth of more than percent for decades, Pakistan is a labour surplus country. Therefore, like many developing countries, export of labour is one of its development strategies. It is one of the top 10 major emigration countries in the World. Export of labour reduces unemployment; increases wages and the remittances sent home improve Author: Anjum Aqeel. Fertility in Developing Countries An Economic Perspective on Research and Policy Issues. Editors Research on the Determinants of Fertility. George B. Simmons. Pages Towards a Policy-relevant Framework. developing countries fertility social science sociology. .
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS IN DETERMINANTS OF FERTILITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: A SUMMARY OF KNOWLEDGE." National Research Council. Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: An Overview and a Research Agenda.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. mental factors affect fertility indirectly through these proximate determinants. Bongaarts and Potter () quantified the effects of six of the nine proximate determinants of fertility that were shown to have the greatest effect on fertility in 41 populations: percentage of women in sexual union, postpartum abstinence and lactational amenorrhea (taken together), contraceptive use.
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Panel on Fertility Determinants. Get this from a library. Fertility determinants in developing countries: a case study of Kenya. [Richard Anker; James C Knowles]. Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: Fertility Regulation and Institutional Influences (Studies in Population) (v.
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Title: Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: Fertility regulation and institutional influences Studies in population Volume 2 of Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: Panel on Fertility Determinants, Committee on Population and Demography, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council, Ronald Demos Lee.
Review of Major Explanations of Fertility Transition Fertility Determinants in Developing Countries An Empirical Model of the Fertility Transition for Contemporary LDCs Extending the Model: Endogenizing Family Planning Program Effort Regression Diagnostics Realigning the Sample Analysis of Residuals An Eclectic Model of the Fertility Transition.
The Determinants of Fertility Decline in Developing Countries: An Overview of the Available Empirical Evidence "Institutional factors, including the political and cultural, are important [fertility] determinants, but we do not yet know how to go about measuring such.
FERTILITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES T. Paul Schultz Abstract The associations between fertility and outcomes in the family and society have been treated as causal, but this is inaccurate if fertility is a choice coordinated by families with other life-cycle decisions, including labour supply of mothers and children, child human capital, and savings.
Reducing fertility in developing countries: a review of determinants and policy levers (English) Abstract. This paper reviews the determinants of fertility and attempts to extract conclusions that are relevant for fertility reduction policies in developing by: Determinants and Consequences of High Fertility | A Synopsis of the Evidence T his report was prepared by John B.
Caster-line (Robert T. Lazarus Professor in Popu-lation Studies, Department of Sociology, Ohio State University). This paper is based on two reports: (i) Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries: A Review of Recent Lit-File Size: KB. developing countries with relatively low fertility.
Conventional theories have little to say about the pace and (2) the determinants of the fertilityCited by: This paper examines the relationship between child mortality and fertility in two neighboring West African countries: Cote d ' Ivoire and Ghana.
The authors first explore separately the reduced form determinants of fertility and child mortality, as explained by individual, household and community characteristics. Introduction. To examine changes of a population over time, fertility is the most important factor in population dynamics.
It contributes for the change and structure of the population In sub-Saharan countries, fertility rate is high compared to the rest of the world 1 – Ethiopia the situation is similar, i.e., there is high fertility and rapid population growth country's Cited by: 3.
Artha Vijnana. Jun;24(2) Socio-economic determinants of fertility in some countries of Asia. Pathak KB, Murty PK.
PIP: An attempt is made in this analysis to determine the individual contribution of 6 factors--health variables, educational variables, variables showing status of women, economic variables, modernization variables, and family planning program Cited by: 3.
Fertility and Poverty in Developing Countries Nancy M. Birdsall, The World Bank Charles C. Griffin, The University of Oregon High fertility strains budgets of poor families, reducing available resources to feed, educate, and provide health care to by: • First, it describes trends in fertility rates across OECD countries, focusing in particular on the postponement of childbearing.
While fertility rates have declined dramatically over the past decades in all OECD countries, the pace of this decline — File Size: 1MB. Near-global fertility decline began in the s, and from the s an increasing number of European countries and some Asian ones achieved very.
Ch. 7: The Economics of Fertility in Developed Countries: A Survey the remainder of the chapter. While our depiction relies primarily on data for the US, many of these trends appear to hold in all countries which are characterized by mar-ket-based economies and .fertility rates in less-developed countries are declining, they remain almost double (at versus births per woman) the rates that are experienced by women in more-developed countries.
Excluding China, the average number of births per woman rises to in developing countries and more than five births amongFile Size: 3MB.82 | Determinants of Fertility AGE AT FIRST MENSTRUATION On the whole, the mean age at menarche, which is a biological factor influenced by the woman’s general health and nutritional state, is years (Table ).
The data reveal that younger women tend to have menarche at an earlier age than older Size: KB.