Population Policy and the Demographic Transition: Performance, Prospects, and Options
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|Note:||This article appears in Demographic Transition and its Consequences, Ronald D. Lee and David Reher, eds., Supplement to vol. 37 of Population and Development Review, The Population Council, New York, 2011.|
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