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East-West Center Working Papers on Population and Health (1980–)

Working Papers are an unreviewed and unedited prepublication series circulated to inform authors' colleagues of work in progress. Many Working Papers are eventually published elsewhere.

Abstracts and pdf files of full texts are available for the more recent publications in this series. For earlier titles, please check the East-West Center's Research Information Services library catalog or contact an East-West Center librarian for information on how to obtain a printed copy or electronic file.

No. 123, Multivariate life table methodology for estimating the effect of child mortality on the total fertility rate and its components  by Hassan Eini-Zinab. February 2011. 58 pp.

No. 122, Further development of methodology for multivariate analysis of the total fertility rate and its components based on birth-history data by Robert D. Retherford, Hassan Eini-Zinab, Minja Kim Choe, Naohiro Ogawa, and Rikiya Matsukura. November 2010. 33 pp.

No. 121, Population aging and economic progress: A bumpy road ahead? by Andrew Mason and Sang-Hyop Lee. 2010. June 2010. 14 pp.

No. 120, Population policy, economic reform, and fertility decline in Guangdong Province, China by Jiajian Chen, Robert D. Retherford, Minja Kim Choe, Li Xiru, and Cui Hongyan. May 2009. 44 pp.

No. 119, Multivariate analysis of parity progression-based measures of the total fertility rate and its components using individual-level data by Robert D. Retherford, Naohiro Ogawa, and Rikiya Matsukura. Revised January 2010. 65 pp.

No. 118, Japan's baby bust: Causes, implications, and policy responses by Robert D. Retherford and Naohiro Ogawa. April 2005. 44 pp.

No 117, What do we know about health effects of smoke from solid fuel combustion? by Vinod Mishra. January 2004. 40 pp.

No. 116, Covariates of overweight and obesity among women in north India by Praween Agrawal and Vinod Mishra. January 2004. 26 pp. plus tables.

No. 115, Effect of obesity on asthma among adult Indian women by Vinod Mishra. January 2004. 29 pp. plus tables.

No. 114, Maternal exposure to biomass smoke and reduced birth weight in Zimbabwe by Vinod Mishra, Xiaolei Dai, Kirk R. Smith, and Lasten Mika. January 2004. 21 pp. plus tables.

No. 113, Sex differentials in childhood feeding, health care, and nutritional status in India by Vinod Mishra, T. K. Roy, and Robert D. Retherford. January 2004. 42 pp. plus tables.

No. 112, Muslim/non-Muslim differentials in fertility and family planning in India. by Vinod Mishra. January 2004. 49 pp.

No. 111, Fertility in Nepal, 1981–2000: Levels, trends, and components of change by Robert D. Retherford and Shyam Thapa. February 2003. 52 pp.

No. 110, A comparative history of age-structure and social transitions among Asian youth by Peter Xenos and Midea Kabamalan. July 2002. 40 pp.

No. 109, Children's SES, intergenerational support, and elderly parents' health in a growing economy, Taiwan by Yean-Ju Lee and Yi-Li Chuang. November 2001. 21 pp.

No. 108-19, On their own: Effect of home- and school-leaving on Filipino adolescents' sexual initiation by Elma P. Laguna. November 2001, 25 pp.

No. 108-18, Notes on youth and education in Indonesia by Sulistinah I. Achmad and Peter Xenos. November 2001. 30 pp.

No. 108-17, The youth tobacco epidemic in Asia by Minja Kim Choe, Ayke Soraya Kiting, Hui-Sheng Lin, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo, and Shyam Thapa. November 2001. 39 pp.

No. 108-16, Effect of education on premarital sex and marriage in Taiwan by Minja Kim Choe and Hui-Sheng Lin. November 2001, 23 pp.

No. 108-15, Early marriage and childbearing in Indonesia and Nepal by Minja Kim Choe, Shyam Thapa, and Sulistinah Irawati Achmad. November 2001. 32 pp.

No. 108-14, Sex and marriage: How closely are they related in the Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand? by Minja Kim Choe, Hui-Sheng Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, and Corazon Raymundo. November 2001. 27 pp.

No. 108-13, An Asian comparative description of events in the transition to adulthood by Peter Xenos, Sulistinah Achmad, Hui-Sheng Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo, and Shyam Thapa. November 2001. 46 pp.

No. 108-12, Cross-national comparison and the importance of sub-groups within countries by Peter Xenos, Sulistinah Achmad, Hui-Sheng Lin, Chai Podhisita, and Corazon Raymundo. November 2001. 20 pp.

No. 108-11, How can young adult reproductive health (YARH) surveys play a role in program design and evaluation? by Peter Xenos. November 2001. 20 pp.

No. 108-10, Promiscuous husbands and loyal wives: The moral order among Hong Kong Chinese by P.K. Luis. November 2001. 26 pp.

No. 108-9, The power structure of the Hong Kong Chinese family by P.K. Luis. November 2001. 23 pp.

No. 108-8, Family influences on the lifestyle of Filipino youth by Grace T. Cruz, Elma P. Laguna and Corazon M. Raymundo. October 2001. 26 pp.

No. 108-7, Initiation of smoking, drinking, and drug-use among Filipino youths by Minja Kim Choe and Corazon M. Raymundo. October 2001. 26 pp.

No. 108-6, Drinking, smoking, and drug use among Thai Youth: Effects of family and individual factors by Chai Podhisita, Peter Xenos, Jittinee Juntarodjana, and Anchalee Varangrat. October 2001. 40 pp.

No. 108-5, The risk of premarital sex among Thai Youth: Individual and family influences by Chai Podhisita, Peter Xenos, and Anchalee Varangrat. October 2001. 27 pp.

No. 108-4, The timing of union formation and sexual onset: Asian evidence from young adult reproductive health surveys by Peter Xenos, Sulistinah Achmad, Harvey Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo, and Shyam Thapa. September 2001. 26 pp.

No. 108-3, Surveying adolescent sexuality: The Asian experience by Peter Xenos, Sulistinah Achmad, Harvey Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo, and Shyam Thapa. September 2001. 33 pp.

No. 108-2, The national youth populations of Asia: Long-term change in six countries by Peter Xenos. September 2001. 30 pp.

No. 108-1, Events information and the life course framework in young adult reproductive health (YARH) survey studies of adolescent risk by Peter Xenos. September 2001. 24 pp.

No. 107, Population Momentum and Population Aging in Asia and Near-East Countries by Andrew Mason, Sang-Hyop Lee, and Gerard Russo. February 2001. 148 pp.

No. 106, Has population growth restricted improvements in per capita food availability, 1970-1995? by Østein Kravdal. December 1999. 25 pp.

No. 105, Infant and child mortality in Nepal by Norman Y. Luther and Shyam Thapa. April 1999. 100 pp.

No. 104, Postpartum family planning services in the Philippines: An assessment of current service provision and future program requirements by Trinidad S. Osteria and Andrew Kantner. October 1998. 60 pp.

No. 103, The determinants of smoking and drinking among Filipino youth by Gerard Russo, Lita Domingo, and Midea Kabamalan. September 1998. 59 pp.

No. 102, The social demography of Asian youth: A reconstruction over 1950-1990 and projections to 2025 by Peter Xenos with the assistance of Midea Kabamalan. May 1998. 86 pp.

No. 101, Household expenditure and the utilization of family planning and maternal health services in Indonesia by Tohir Diman and Andrew Kantner. February 1998. 45 pp.

No. 100, AIDS-related risk, knowledge, and prevention behavior among young men in the Philippines by Deborah Balk, Tim Brown, and Grace Cruz. February 1998. 32 pp.

No. 99, Regional patterns of fertility in Indonesia: Evidence from the 1991 and 1994 Indonesia Demographic and Health Surveys by Kasmiyati and Andrew Kantner. January 1998. 104 pp.

No. 98, Parity progression analysis of fertility decline in provinces and major islands of Indonesia 1963-90: Executive summary by Norman Y. Luther and Bambang Yohanes Kristianto. January 1998. 16 pp.

No. 97, Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of family planning in the Philippines by Eric R. Jensen. January 1998. 28 pp.

No. 96, An assessment of recent levels and trends in long-term contraceptive method use in Indonesia by Siti Fathonah and Andrew Kantner. December 1997. 30 pp.

No. 95, <Casual, commercial and committed: A typology of premarital sex in the Philippines by Peter Xenos, Corazon M. Raymundo, and Clarinda R. Lusterio. October 1997. 33 pp.

No. 94, The social mapping of Asian youth at risk: An example from the Philippines by Peter Xenos and Corazon Raymundo. October 1997. 22 pp.

No. 93, HIV/AIDS risk in the Philippines: Focus on adolescents and young adults by Deborah Balk, Grace Cruz, and Tim Brown. October 1997. 36 pp.

No. 92, Effects of cooking smoke on prevalence of tuberculosis in India by Vinod Mishra, Robert D. Retherford, and Kirk R. Smith. October 1997. 28 pp.

No. 91, Effects of cooking smoke on prevalence of blindness in India by Vinod Mishra, Robert D. Retherford, and Kirk R. Smith. July 1997. 25 pp.

No. 90, Measuring the sexual system and union formation among adolescents in developing countries by Peter Xenos. May 1997. 43 pp.

No. 89. How family position influences married women's autonomy and power in five Asian countries by Karen Oppenheim Mason. May 1997. 22 pp.

No. 88-25, Population and economic growth in East Asia by Andrew Mason. November 1999. 56 pp.

No. 88-24, Population and the Asian miracle: Population policy and programs in Indonesia by N. Haidy A. Pasay and Turro S. Wongkaren. August 1997. 34 pp.

No. 88-23, Population policy and programs in Thailand by Chirapun Gullaprawit. August 1997. 26 pp.

No. 88-22, Population policies and programs in Singapore by Mui Teng Yap. August 1997. 35 pp.

No. 88-21, Population policy and programs in Taiwan by Paul K. C. Liu. August 1997. 25 pp.

No. 88-20 The national family planning program and fertility transition in Korea by Tai-Hwan Kwon. August 1997. 30 pp.

No. 88-19, Population programs and policies in Japan by Shunichi Inoue. August 1997. 15 pp.

No. 88-18, Population policies and programs and the Asian economic miracle by Amy Ong Tsui. August 1997. 48 pp.

No. 88-17, Education, earning, and fertility in Taiwan by Feng-Mey Huang. August 1997. 38 pp.

No. 88-16, Changing labor forces and labor markets in Asian "miracle" countries by Yoshio Okunishi. August 1997. 55 pp.

No. 88-15, Within-family resource pressures and child health in Indonesia, Korea, and the Philippines by Eric R. Jensen and Dennis A. Ahlburg. August 1997. 60 pp.

No. 88-13, Labor migration: What role did it play in the Asian economic miracle? by Philip Martin. August 1977. 36 pp.

No. 88-12, Female labor force participation and choice of occupation in Korea by Young-Soo Shin and Tae-Hong Kim. August 1997. 20 pp.

No. 88-11, Population changes and economic development in Thailand: Their implications for women's status by Mathana Phananiramai. August 1997. 52 pp.

No. 88-10, Demographic change, development, and the economic status of women in East Asia by John Bauer. August 1997. 45 pp.

No. 88-8, Savings, capital formation, and economic growth in Singapore by Mun Heng Toh. August 1997. 50 pp.

No. 88-7, Saving, wealth, and the demographic transition in East Asia by Ronald Lee, Andrew Mason, and Timothy Miller. August 1997. 45 pp.

No. 88-6, The accumulation and demography connection in East Asia by Jeffrey G. Williamson and Matthew Higgins. August 1997. 43 pp.

No. 88-4, Induced innovation and agricultural development in East Asia by Yujiro Hayami. August 1997. 33 pp.

No. 88-3, Education and the East Asian miracle by Dennis A. Ahlburg and Eric R. Jensen. August 1997. 36 pp.

No. 88-2, Population in East Asia by Griffith Feeney and Andrew Mason. December 1998. 40 pp.

No. 88-1, Economic growth and policy in East Asia by John Bauer. August 1997. 43 pp.

No. 87. Levels and trends in fertility and mortality in South Asia: A review of recent evidence by Andrew Kantner and Shi-Jen He. April 1997. 40 pp.

No. 86. Wives' economic decision-making power in the family in five Asian countries by Karen Oppenheim Mason. November 1996. 30 pp

No. 85. Son preference, the family-building process, and child mortality in India by Fred Arnold, Minja Kim Choe, and T. K. Roy. August 1996. 36 pp.

No. 84. Are fertility differentials by education converging in the United States? by Robert D. Retherford and Normal Y. Luther. August 1996. 24 pp. (Published in 1996 in Genus 52(3/4): 13-37)

No. 83. Awareness and knowledge of AIDS among Indian women: Evidence from 13 states by Deborah Balk and Subrata Lahiri. August 1996. 51 pp. (Published in 1977 in Health Transition Review 7(Suppl): 421–65)

No. 82. Partitioning the effect of infant and child death on subsequent fertility: An exploration in Bangladesh by Chai Bin Park, Mohamed Ataharul Islam, Nitai Chakraborty, and Andrew Kantner. May 1996. 26 pp.

No. 81. Materials for the demographic history of Southeast Asia by Peter Xenos. January 1996. 27 pp.

No. 80. Population pressure and multiphasic response: The Ilocos Coast since 1800 by Peter Xenos. January 1996. 33 pp.

No. 79. A bibliography in Southeast Asian historical demography by Peter Xenos. January 1996. 43 pp.

No. 78. Defying gender norms in rural Bangladesh: A social demographic analysis by Deborah Balk. March 1996. 50 pp.

No. 77. Son preference and family building during fertility transition: Implications for child survival by Minja Kim Choe and Seung Kwon Kim. August 1995. 44 pp.

No. 76. Influences of policy and women's characteristics on birth of a second child in China: A mixture-model analysis by Lei Li and Minja Kim Choe. March 1995. iii, 15 pp. (Published in 1997 as "A mixture model for duration data: Analysis of second births in China," Demography 34(2): 189-97)

No. 75. Evaluation of final results from the 1991 population census: Implications for demographic change in Bangladesh by Andrew Kantner. October 1994. 139 pp. 

No. 74. Values and fertility change in Japan by Robert D. Retherford, Naohiro Ogawa, and Satomi Sakamoto. July 1994. 41 pp. (Published in 1996 in Population Studies 50:5-25; to be republished with updated information in R. Leete, ed. Cultural and temporal variations in values: Impact on fertility change. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population)

No. 73. Household health care facility utilization in the Philippines by Gerard Russo, Alejandro N. Herrin, and Melahi C. Pons. July 1994. 32 pp.

No. 72. Defining an appropriate contraception method mix to meet fertility preferences by Minja Kim Choe. April 1994. 29 pp.

No. 71. Population programs and human rights by Karen Oppenheim Mason. April 1994. 19 pp. (Published in Dennis A. Ahlburg, Allen C. Kelley, and Karen Oppenheim Mason, eds. 1996. The impact of population growth on well-being in developing countries. Berlin: Springer-Verlag)

No. 70. A cost-benefit analysis of HIV-antibody testing for hospital patients by Sumner J. La Croix and Gerard Russo. November 1993. 30 pp. (Published in 1996 as "A cost-benefit analysis of voluntary routine HIV-antibody testing for hospital patients," Social Science and Medicine 42(9): 1259-72)

No. 69. Condom use in the presence of HIV risk: The role of economic and epidemiological variables by Thomas Yim, Gerard Russo, and Sumner J. La Croix. October 1993. 19 pp. (Published in 1995 as "The use of condoms in the presence of HIV risk: The role of economic and epidemiological variables," AIDS and Public Policy Journal 10(2): 107-20)

No. 68. The determinants of household health care expenditures in the Philippines by Gerard Russo and Alejandro Herrin. June 1993, revised September 1993. 43 pp.

No. 67. Family size and family welfare in the Philippines by John Bauer, Dante Canlas, Maria Theresa Fernandez, and Andrew Mason. October 1992. 154 pp.

No. 66. Care of the elderly in Japan: Changing norms and expectations by Naohiro Ogawa and Robert D. Retherford. June 1992. 35 pp. (Published in 1993 in Journal of Marriage and the Family 55:3; reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 299. Honolulu: East-West Center)

No. 65. The effects of birth order and gender on educational and occupational attainment by William H. Sewell and Robert D. Retherford. June 1992. 32 pp.

No. 64. Marriage patterns and cumulative fertility in Indonesia, 1987 by James A. Palmore and Masri Singarimbun. November 1991. 28 pp. 

No. 63. Recent fertility trends in Indonesia, 1971-1987 by Si Gde Made Mamas, James A. Palmore, and Yohandarwati Arifiyatno. November 1991. 25 pp.

No. 62. Fertility estimates for the Philippines, 1970 and 1980, by province and urban-rural residence by James A. Palmore, Eileen M. Sarmiento, and Socorro A. Gultiano. November 1991. 71 pp.

No. 61. Consequences of child care for parents' well-being by Karen Oppenheim Mason and Laura Duberstein. September 1991. 28 pp. (Published in Alan Booth, ed. 1992. Child care in the 1990s: Trends and consequences, pp. 127-58. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates)

No. 60, Further tests of the confluence model by Robert D. Retherford and William H. Sewell. December 1989. 57 pp. 

No. 59, Youth, sexuality, and public policy in Asia: A research perspective by Peter Xenos. August 1989. 42 pp. (Published in Stella R. Quah, ed. 1990. The family as an asset: An international perspective on marriage, parenthood, and social policy, Chapter 14. Singapore: Times Academic Press. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 263. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 58, The intergenerational distribution of resources and income in Japan by Andrew Mason, Yoke-Yun The, Naohiro Ogawa, and Takehiro Fukui. August 1989. 47 pp. (Published in J. Ermisch and N. Ogawa, eds. 1994. The family, the market, and the state in aging societies, pp. 158-97. Oxford: Clarendon Press)

No. 57, Toward an historical demography for Southeast Asia by Peter Xenos. May 1989. 42 pp. 

No. 56, Family theory and the Southeast Asian family by Peter Xenos. April 1989. 40 pp.

No. 55, Achievement of one-child fertility in rural Jilin Province, China by Noriko O. Tsuya and Minja Kim Choe. April 1988. 41 pp. (Published in 1988 in International Family Planning Perspectives 14(4): 122-30; reprinted in East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 242. Honolulu: East-West Center)

No. 54. Female labor force participation and wages in the Republic of Korea by John Bauer and Young-Soo Shin. December 1987. 41 pp.

No. 53, How intelligence affects fertility by Robert D. Retherford and William H. Sewell. November 1987. 19 pp. (Published in 1989 in Intelligence 13:169-85. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 247. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 52, Ethnic differentials in early childhood mortality in Nepal by Minja Kim Choe, Robert D. Retherford, Bhakta B. Gubhaju, and Shyam Thapa. November 1987. 33 pp. (Published in 1989 in Journal of Biosocial Science 21:223-33)

No. 51, To what extent does breastfeeding explain birth interval effects on early childhood mortality? by Robert D. Retherford, Minja Kim Choe, Shyam Thapa, and Bhakta B. Gubhaju. November 1987. 23 pp. (Published in 1989 in Demography 26:439-50; reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 246. Honolulu: East-West Center)

No. 50, The role of surveys in the study on international migration: An appraisal by James T. Fawcett and Fred Arnold. October 1987. 27 pp. (Published in 1987 in International Migration Review 21(4). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 248. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 49, Reconstruction of birth histories from census and household survey data by Norman Y. Luther and Lee-Jay Cho. July 1987. 50 pp. (Published in 1988 in Population Studies 42(3): 451-72. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 235. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 48, The potential for future immigration to the United States: A policy analysis for Korea and the Philippines by Fred Arnold, Benjamin V. Carino, James T. Fawcett, and Insook Han Park. July 1987. 52 pp. 

No. 47, Gender differences in reproductive goals in developing countries by Karen Oppenheim Mason and Anju Malhotra Taj. April 1987. 36 pp. (Published in 1987 as "Differences between women's and men's reproductive goals in developing countries," Population and Development Review 13 December: 611-38)

No. 46, The role and status of married Thai women: An analysis from the feminist perspective by Mui Teng Yap. April 1987. 32 pp.

No. 45, Consistent correction of international migration data for Sri Lanka, 1971-81 by Norman Y. Luther, K.H.W. Gaminiratne, Soma de Silva, and Robert D. Retherford. February 1987. 74 pp. (Published in 1987 in International Migration Review (Special issue on measuring international migration: Theory and practice) 21:1335-69. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 232. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 44, The value of children and the transition to parenthood by James T. Fawcett. December 1986. 28 pp.  (Published in 1988 in Marriage and Family Review 12(3/4). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 233. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 43, Demographic prospects in the Republic of Korea: Population, households, and education to the year 2000 by Andrew Mason. September 1986. 60 pp. 

No. 42, The evolution of a late marriage regime in China by Peter C. Smith and Wei Jing Sheng. September 1986. 42 pp.

No. 41, The beginnings of urban transformation: A Southeast Asian case study by Peter C. Smith. July 1986. 45 pp.

No. 40, Demographic transition and the evolution of intelligence: Theory and evidence by Robert D. Retherford. June 1986. 118 pp. (Out of print)

No. 39, Intelligence and family size reconsidered by Robert D. Retherford and William H. Sewell. February 1986. 72 pp. (Published in 1988 in Social Biology 35:1-40. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 234. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 38, Population movement studied at microscale: Experience and extrapolation by Murray Chapman. November 1985. 45 pp. (Published in 1987 in GeoJournal 15(4). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 218. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 37, Community, household, and individual influences on migration: A test of a contextual model in the Philippines by Sun-Hee Lee, James T. Fawcett, Robert W. Gardner, and Ricardo G. Abad. July 1985. 30 pp. 

No. 36, Rural Punjabi social organization and marriage timing strategies in Pakistan by Thomas E. Fricke, Sabiha Hassan Syed, and Peter C. Smith. May 1985. 49 pp. (Published in Demography 23(4): 489-508; reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 205. Honolulu: East-West Center)

No. 35, A new method for consistent correction of census and vital registration data by Norman Y. Luther and Robert D. Retherford. February 1985. 87 pp. (Published in 1988 as "Consistent correction of census and vital registration data," Mathematical Population Studies 1:1-20. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 221. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 34, Women's ages at marriage in recent cohorts in Asia: A comparative study of individual co-variates by Peter C. Smith, Mohammed Shahidullah, and Adelamar Alcantara. December 1984. 54 pp. 

No. 33, Shadow households and competing auspices: Migration behavior in the Philippines by Fe Caces, Fred Arnold, James T. Fawcett, and Robert W. Gardner. April 1984. 31 pp. (Published in 1985 in Journal of Development Economics 17(1–2). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 182. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 32, Asian labor migration to the Middle East by Fred Arnold and Nasra M. Shah. March 1984. 40 pp.  (Published in 1984 in International Migration Review 18(2). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 173. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 31, Content and process in fertility decisions: A psychosocial perspective by Rodolfo A. Bulatao. October 1983. 69 pp. 

No. 30, Fertility control at the community level: A review of research and programs by Rodolfo A. Bulatao. July 1983. 35 pp. 

No. 29, A model of marital fertility transition that incorporates diffusion of birth control by Robert D. Retherford. January 1983. 54 pp. (Published in 1985 as "A theory of marital fertility transition, " Population Studies 39:249-68. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 191. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 28, An assessment of Philippine cohort nuptiality trends by Peter C. Smith, Adelamar N. Alcantara, and Eliseo de Guzman. November 1982. 25 pp. (Published as "An assessment of Philippine cohort nuptiality trends" in Luisa T. Engracia, et al., eds. 1984. Fertility in the Philippines: Further analyses of the Republic of the Philippines Fertility Survey of 1978, Chapter 1. Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 169. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 27, Education as a factor in economic development and population change by Andrew Mason and Daniel B. Suits. November 1982. 35 pp.

No. 26, Themes on circulation in the Third World by Murray Chapman and R. Mansell Prothero. July 1982. 41 pp. (Published in 1983 in International Migration Review 17(4). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 168. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 25, Cohort nuptiality in Asia and the Pacific: An analysis of the world fertility surveys by Peter C. Smith, Mohammed Shahidullah, and Adelamar N. Alcantara. May 1982. 55 pp. (Published in 1983 as Cohort nuptiality in Asia and the Pacific: An analysis of WFS surveys. WFS Comparative Studies, No 22. Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute)

No. 24, Preference for sons, family size, and sex ratio: An empirical study in Korea by Chai Bin Park. January 1982. 37 pp. (Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 156. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 23, The determinants of modern contraceptive use in Indonesia: Analyses of the effect of program effort by Siew-Ean Khoo. January 1982. 31 pp. 

No. 22, Motivations for childbearing among Malaysians by Poo-Kong Kee. October 1981. 19 pp. (Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 163. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 21, Migration, sex, and occupations in urban Indonesia and Thailand by Peter C. Smith. October 1981. 27 pp. (Published in International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. International Population Conference, Vol. 3, pp. 99-122. Manila: IUSSP. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 139. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 20, Measuring parental sex preferences: Some methodological issues by Poo-Kong Kee. October 1981. 20 pp. 

No. 19, Issues in the labor force participation of migrant women in five Asian countries by Nasra M. Shah and Peter C. Smith. September 1981. 29 pp.

No. 18, Unmet need for contraception in Pakistan: A review of program targets by Nasra M. Shah and Tauseef Ahmed. September 1981. 26 pp. (Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 140. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 17, Urbanization, migration, and economic development: The case of India by Mahendra K. Premi. August 1981. 3 pp. 

No. 16, An analysis of the intergenerational distribution of income in Japan by Andrew Mason and Linda G. Martin. July 1981. 36 pp. (Published as "The intergenerational distribution of income: An analysis of Japan" in Yoram Ben-Porath, ed. 1982. Income distribution and the family. Population and Development Review 8(Suppl.): 179-91. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 150. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 15, Female Asian immigrants in Honolulu: Adaptation and success by Robert W. Gardner and Paul A. Wright. July 1981. 32 pp.

No. 14, Japanese response to an aging labor force by Linda G. Martin. June 1981. 34 pp. (Published in 1982 in Population Research and Policy Review 1(1). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 135. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 13, The migration of women in the Philippines by Elizabeth Eviota and Peter C. Smith. June 1981. 36 pp. (Published as "The migration of women in the Philippines," in James T. Fawcett, Siew-Ean Khoo, and Peter C. Smith, eds. 1984. Women in the cities of Asia: Migration and urban adaptation, Chapter 9. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.)

No. 12, Children, capital inflows, interest, and growth in the life cycle saving function by Maxwell J. Fry and Andrew Mason. June 1981. 21 pp. (Published in 1982 as "The variable rate-of-growth effect in the life-cycle saving model," Economic Inquiry 20:426-43. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 151. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 11, The transformation of Korean childspacing practices by Ronald R. Rindfuss, Larry L. Bumpass, James A. Palmore, and Dae Woo Han. June 1981. 32 pp. (Published in 1982 in Population Studies 36(1). Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 142. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 10, Evidence of age exaggeration in demographic estimates for Pakistan by Robert D. Retherford and G. Mujtaba Mirza. June 1981. 38 pp. (Published in 1982 in Population Studies 36:257-70. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 148. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 9, Population socialization research: A review by Poo-Kong Kee. May 1981. 52 pp. (Out of print)

No. 8, Contrasting marriage patterns and fertility in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines compared by Peter C. Smith. April 1981. 48 pp. (Published as "Contrasting marriage patterns and fertility in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines compared," in Ladislav Ruzika, ed. 1981. Nuptiality and fertility, pp. 363-93. Liège: Ordina. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 143. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 7, Population projection based on time series of births distributed by order by Griffith Feeney. February 1981. 17 pp. 

No. 6, The components of population change in 19th Century Southeast Asia: Village data from the Philippines by Peter C. Smith and Shui-Meng Ng. February 1981. 51 pp. (Published in 1982 in Population Studies 36(2): 237-55. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 147. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 5, The effect of alternative parameterization of the underlying model life table family on infant mortality trends derived by Feeney's method by Robert D. Retherford and Gek-Ching Thai. February 1981. 13 pp. (Published in Genus 37:153-57, with erratum in following issue. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 153. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 4, An extension of the life-cycle model and its application to population growth and aggregate saving by Andrew Mason. January 1981. 51 pp.

No. 3, Infant mortality estimates based on the 1976 Nepal fertility survey by Shyam Thapa and Robert D. Retherford. January 1981. 40 pp. (Published in 1982 in Population Studies 36:61-80. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 141. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

No. 2, Population pressures and social response on the Ilocos Coast in the Philippines by Peter C. Smith. January 1981. 41 pp.

No. 1, Modeling sudden and rapid fertility decline by Robert D. Retherford. December 1980. 55 pp. (Published in 1979 as "A theory of rapid fertility decline in homogeneous populations," Studies in Family Planning 10:61-67. Reprinted as East-West Center Reprints, Population Series, No. 106. Honolulu: East-West Center.)

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