Fertility Regulation in an Economic Crisis
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Keywordsfertility regulation; economic crisis; household; resources; contraceptive use; prices; incomes; Indonesia; family survey; investment; child; developing countries; international aid; multilateral organizations; planning; infrastructure investments; financial crisis;
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