The Fertility Transition in Latin America

By JosÉ Miguel GuzmÁn; Susheela Singh et al. | Go to book overview

List of Tables
1.1. Latin America: TFR, by quinquennia, by country 1950-19905
1.2. Latin America: countries by fertility levels in 1950-1955 and in
6
1985-1990
1.3. Latin America: fertility rates by age, by country 1950-1955 and10
1985-1990 (per 1,000)
1.4. Latin America: fertility rate of the female population aged 15-19,
13
by recent fertility level and country 1950-1955 and 1985-1990
1.5. Latin America: TFR by place of residence, years of schooling,14
and occupation strata obtained from estimates of the IFHIPAL programme
1.6. Latin America and the Caribbean: TFR by place of residence15
and level of schooling for countries with information available
1.7. Latin America: proportion of women, by completed years of21
schooling and female population under study for countries with information available
1.8. Latin America: total births and proportion of births by22
age-group of women in selected quinquennia, by recent fertility level and country
2.1. Latin America: national level estimates of age at union, indices29
of spacing and limiting, and equivalent total marital fertility
2.2. Latin America: distribution of exposure, estimates of age at31
union, indices of spacing and limiting, and equivalent total marital fertility, by type of place of residence
2.3. Latin America: distribution of exposure, estimates of age at32
union, indices of spacing and limiting, and equivalent total marital fertility, by women's educational level
2.4. Latin America: distribution of exposure, estimates of age at40
union, indices of spacing and limiting, and equivalent total marital fertility, by husband's occupation
3.1. Latin America: changes in family formation for various53
countries (Pn)
3.2. Latin America: indices of change in family formation at two55
moments in time

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