Demographic Research

Articles from Vol. 28, January-June

Estimating Spatial Inequalities of Urban Child Mortality
AbstractBACKGROUNDRecent studies indicate that the traditional rural-urban dichotomy pointing to cities as places of better health in the developing world can be complicated by poverty differentials. Knowledge of spatial patterns is essential to understanding...
The Effect of Education on Second Births in Hungary: A Test of the Time-Squeeze, Self-Selection, and Partner-Effect Hypotheses
AbstractBACKGROUNDIn recent years, several studies have reported a positive effect of women's education on the transition to second births. This finding contradicts the economic theory of fertility. Three explanations were proposed: the selection, the...
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