Demographic Responses to Economic Adjustment in Latin America

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Index
added worker effect 13, 202, 204, 207, 214, 224, 226
adjustment 3-4
Argentina
economic indicators and female labour force participation rates ( 1978-89) 209
labour force participation, female, increase ( 1974-90) 206-7
recursive parameters, GDP per capita: (on) adult death rate 141; (on) birth rate 138; (on) marriage rate 139
short-term economic swings and demographic behaviour ( 20th century) 133-42
wages, response to economic crises 207-8
births, see fertility
Bolivia
labour force participation 207
unemployment 207
Brazil
crude birth rate ( São Paulo City), fluctuations 178
economic indicators and female labour force participation rates ( 1976-90) 216
economic performance and vital rates 175-81
economic swings and vital rates, short-term ( São Paulo City) ( 1916-88) 185-96
effect of GDP on vital rates 14
elasticity values 190, 195
fertility (since 1977) 179
GDP 179
health policy (since 1983) 49-50
IMR 179-80, 194-6
marriage rate ( 20th century) 179
participation rates for: female children, aged 10-19, of household heads with less than one year of schooling ( 1977-90) 221-2; male children, aged 10-19, of household heads with less than one year of schooling ( 1977-90) 222-3; wives aged 20-4 and 25-9, by years of schooling ( 1977-90) 219-20; wives aged 30-4 and 35-9, by years of schooling ( 1977-90) 220, 221
plans ( Cruzado, Bresser, Verão, Collor) 216-18
real wages and unemployment by years of schooling of wife, wives aged 25-9 ( 1977-90) 217, 218
regression results, estimated coefficients ( São Paulo City) 189, 193
scatter-plots of wives' participation rates by husbands' real wages and unemployment rates, wives aged 25-9 with less than one year of schooling ( 1977-90) 224, 225
stabilization policies (80s) 178-81
vital rates, history (especially São Paulo City) 176-8
Chile
basic regression results ( 1960-91) 164
demographic consequences of economic adjustment 156-72
demographic time series ( 1960-91) 160-1
economic swings ( 1960-90) 159
economic time series ( 1960-91) 160-1
fluctuations in marriages, births and infant mortality ( 1960-90) 165
GDP (80s) 209, 210; and female labour participation rates 209, 211
labour force participation rate, women in twenties 209, 210
live births by order ( 1960-90) 167
method of analysis of data 162-3
mortality 10, 142-51, 166-8
nutrition 166-8
periods of significant lagged inflation coefficients estimated in monthly recursive equations 149
recursive parameters, GDP per capita: on adult death rate 141; on birth rate 139
recursive parameters, monthly: inflation on adult deaths 151; inflation on births 147, 148; prices on marriages 150
short-term economic swings and demographic behaviour ( 20th century) 133-51; monthly analysis 142-51
structural adjustment ( 1973-90) 158-62 total response with respect to per capita GDP and unemployment rate 169
vital rates and economic swings 14, 130-53 constitutional provisions health 43
Costa Rica
GDP, earnings and female labour force participation rates ( 1980-6) 210, 212
male-female earnings and differentials (80s) 207
morality 10
current account deficit Latin America4, 6

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