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Community and institutional influence on fertility: analytical issues

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  • Bilsborrow RE
  • Guilkey DK
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    Examines ways of measuring the impact of community and institutional variables on individual fertility.

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    Paper provided by International Labour Organization in its series ILO Working Papers with number 254453.

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    Length: 142 P. pages
    Date of creation: 1987
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    Publication status: Published in Population and Labour Policies Programme working paper series
    Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:254453

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    Keywords: WEP pub; community development; fertility; developing countries; family planning; individual; behaviour; data collecting; econometric model; methodology; bibliography; pub PME; développement communautaire; fécondité; pays en développement; planification familiale; individu; comportement; collecte des données; modèle économétrique; méthodologie; bibliographie; pub PME; desarrollo de la comunidad; fecundidad; países en desarrollo; planificación familiar; individuo; comportamiento; recopilación de datos; modelo econométrico; metodología; bibliografía;

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    Cited by:
    1. Cochrane, Susan H. & Gibney, Laura, 1991. "Does better access to contraceptives increase their use? Key policy and methodological issues," Policy Research Working Paper Series 728, The World Bank.
    2. Gragnolati, Michele, 1999. "Children's growth and poverty in rural Guatemala," Policy Research Working Paper Series 2193, The World Bank.
    3. Cochrane, Susan & Guilkey, David K., 1992. "How access to contraception affects fertility and contraceptive use in Tunisia," Policy Research Working Paper Series 841, The World Bank.

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