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    Below-replacement fertility of ethnic Indians in Fiji: a decomposition analysis of the components of changes in the total fertility rate.

    Gubhaju B; Jongstra E; Raikoti M

    Journal of Population Research. 2014 Dec; 31(4):269-286.

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    Explaining the fertility puzzle in Sri Lanka.

    Wijesekere G; Arunachalam D

    Journal of Biosocial Science. 2015 Jan 30; 47(6):845-852.

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    The apparent failure of Russia's pronatalist family policies.

    Frejka T; Zakharov S

    Population and Development Review. 2013 Dec; 39(4):635-647.

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    Below replacement fertility preferences in Shanghai.

    Merli MG; Morgan SP

    Population. 2011; 65(3-4):519-542.

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    China's below-replacement fertility: government policy or socioeconomic development?

    Cai Y

    Population and Development Review. 2010; 36(3):419-40.

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    Below replacement-level fertility in conditions of slow social and economic development: a review of the evidence from South India.

    Saavala M

    Finnish Yearbook of Population Research. 2010; 45:45-66.

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    Climate change and population policy: towards a just and transformational approach.

    Kippen R; McCalman J; Wiseman J

    Journal of Public Health. 2010 Jun; 32(2):161-2.

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    Some new insights into the demographic transition and changing age structures in the ESCAP region.

    Ogawa N; Chawla A; Matsukura R

    Asia-Pacific Population Journal. 2009 Apr; 24(1):87-116.

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    Advances in development reverse fertility declines.

    Myrskyla M; Kohler HP; Billari FC

    Nature. 2009 Aug 6; 460(7256):741-3.

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    Toward replacement fertility in Egypt and Tunisia.

    Eltigani EE

    Studies in Family Planning. 2009 Sep; 40(3):215-226.

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    Effects of female age at marriage on birth order and utilisation of motherhood services: a district level analysis

    Marimuthu P

    Journal of Family Welfare. 2008 Jun; 54(1):79-84.

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    Population challenges for Bangladesh in the coming decades.

    Streatfield PK; Karar ZA

    Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition. 2008 Sep; 26(3):261-72.

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    Three fertility compromises and two transitions.

    Caldwell JC

    Population Research and Policy Review. 2008 Aug; 27(4):427-446.

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  14. 14
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    Overview Chapter 6: The diverse faces of the second demographic transition in Europe.

    Sobotka T

    Demographic Research. 2008 Jul 1; 19(8):171-224.

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    Overview Chapter 1: Fertility in Europe: Diverse, delayed and below replacement.

    Frejka T; Sobotka T

    Demographic Research. 2008 Jul 1; 19(3):15-46.

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    Low fertility in China: Trends, policy and impact.

    Gu B

    Asia-Pacific Population Journal. 2007 Aug; 22(2):73-90.

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    The path to below replacement fertility in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

    Abbasi-Shavazi MJ; Hosseini-Chavoshi M; McDonald P

    Asia-Pacific Population Journal. 2007 Aug; 22(2):91-112.

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    The western fertility decline: Reflections from a chronological perspective.

    Caldwell JC

    Journal of Population Research. 2006 Nov; 23(2):225-242.

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    Singapore: population policies and programs.

    Yap Mui Teng

    In: The global family planning revolution: three decades of population policies and programs, edited by Warren C. Robinson and John A. Ross. Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2007. 201-219.

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    [Various combinations of demographic assumptions, and its dynamic changes in the future population]

    Ishii F; Takahashi S

    Journal of Population Problems. 2002 Dec; 58(4):1-21.

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    [The reproduction of aboriginal populations in Canada: exogamy, fertility and ethnic mobility] La reproduction des populations autochtones du Canada : exogamie, fecondite et mobilite ethnique.

    Robitaille N; Guimond E

    Cahiers Quebecois de Demographie. 2003; 32(2):295-314.

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    The intrinsic total fertility rate: a new approach to the measurement of fertility.

    McDonald P; Kippen R

    [Unpublished] 2007. Presented at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New York, New York, March 29-31, 2007. 19 p.

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    Towards below replacement fertility in Southern Africa.

    Garenne ML; Tollman SM; Kahn K

    [Unpublished] 2007. Presented at the Population Association of America 2007 Annual Meeting, New York, New York, March 29-31, 2007. 19 p.

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    Globalization, policy intervention, and reproduction: below replacement fertility in China.

    Gu B; Zheng Z; Wang F; Cai Y

    [Unpublished] 2007. Presented at the Population Association of America, 2007 Annual Meeting, New York, New York, March 29-31, 2007. 25 p.

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    Localized fertility policies and below replacement fertility in China.

    Gu B; Wang F

    [Unpublished] 2006. Presented at the Population Association of America, 2006 Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, March 30 - April 1, 2006. 3 p.

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