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Earlier Publications on Population and Health

East-West Center Publications and Series

The Future of Population in Asia

Asia-Pacific Population and Policy

Asia-Pacific Population Research Reports

East-West Center Working Papers: Population and Health Series

East-West Center Working Papers, Population Series

NFHS Bulletin [copublished with the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), India]

NFHS Subject Reports [copublished with the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), India]

Individual Titles

1999

 

Brown, Tim. 1999. HIV and AIDS in Asia—The current state of affairs. AIDS 13:9–10.

 

Brown, Tim, Elizabeth Pisani, Tobi Saidel, Thomas Rehle, and Michel Carael. 1999. Meeting the behavioral data collection needs of national HIV/AIDS and STD programmes. Geneva: UNAIDS.

 

Choe, Minja Kim, and Seung-Kwon Kim. 1999. Son preference and family building during fertility transition. Korea Journal of Population Studies 21(1): 184–228.

 

Demographic Institute, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia in collaboration with BKKBN, East-West Center, Pathfinder/Focus, World Bank, and USAID. July 1999. Baseline survey of young adult reproductive welfare in Indonesia, 1998/1999. Depok, Indonesia: Lembaga Demografi.

 

Mason, Andrew, Thomas Merrick, and R. Paul Shaw, eds. 1999. Population economics, demographic transition, and development: Research and policy implications. World Bank Institute Working Papers. 252 pp. Washington, DC: World Bank.

 

Mishra, Vinod K., Robert D. Retherford, and Kirk R. Smith. 1999. Biomass cooking fuels and prevalence of blindness in India. Journal of Environmental Medicine 1(4): 189–99.

 

Mishra, Vinod K., Robert D. Retherford, and Kirk R. Smith. 1999. Biomass cooking fuels and prevalence of tuberculosis in India. International Journal of Infectious Diseases 3(3): 119–29.

 

Raymundo, Corazon M., Peter Xenos, and Lita J. Domingo, eds. 1999. Adolescent sexuality in the Philippines [Report of the 1994 YAFS-II Survey]. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute.

 

Retherford, Robert D., N. Ogawa, and S. Sakamoto. 1999. Values and fertility change in Japan. In R. Leete, ed. Dynamics of values in fertility change. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Shyam Thapa. 1999. The trend of fertility in Nepal, 1961–95. Genus 55: 61–98.

 

Schwartlander, B., K. A. Stanecki, Tim Brown, P. O. Way, R. Monasch, J. Chin, D. Tarantola, and N. Walker. 1999. Country-specific estimates and models of HIV and AIDS: Methods and limitations. AIDS 13:2445–58.

 

Steele, Fiona, Sian L. Curtis, and Minja Choe. 1999. The impact of family planning service provision on contraceptive-use dynamics in Morocco. Studies in Family Planning 30:28–42.

 

Xenos, Peter, and Corazon M. Raymundo. 1999. The modern profile of Filipino youth. In Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos, and Lita J. Domingo, eds. Adolescent sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute.

 

Xenos, Peter, and Corazon M. Raymundo. 1999. Social mapping of youth at risk. In Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos, and Lita J. Domingo, eds. Adolescent sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute.

 

Xenos, Peter, Corazon M. Raymundo, and Clair Berja. 1999. Union formation and premarital sex. In Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos, and Lita J. Domingo, eds. Adolescent sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute.

 

Xenos, Peter, Corazon M. Raymundo, and Gilda Salvacion A. Diaz. 1999. Surveying Filipino youth: The methodology of YAFS-II. In Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos, and Lita J. Domingo, eds. Adolescent sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute.

 

1998

 

Ahn, Nguyen Quoc, Griffith Feeney, and Peter Xenos. 1998. Vietnam population projection: By seven geographical-economic regions. Hanoi: Center for Population Studies and Information.

 

Arnold, Fred, Minja Kim Choe, and T. K. Roy. 1998. Son preference, the family-building process and child mortality in India. Population Studies 52:301–15.

 

Brewster, Karin L., Elizabeth C. Cooksey, David K. Guilkey, and Ronald R. Rindfuss. 1998. The changing impact of religion on the sexual and contraceptive behavior of adolescent women in the United States. Journal of Marriage and the Family 60(2): 493–504.

 

Brown, Tim. 1998. Relationships of HIV and STD declines in Thailand to behavior change: A synthesis of existing studies. Geneva: UNAIDS.

 

Brown, Tim, Roy Chan, Doris Mugrditchian, Brian Mulhall, David Plummer, Rabin Sarda, and Werasit Sittitrai, eds. 1998. Sexually transmitted diseases in Asia and the Pacific. Honolulu: East-West Center; Bangkok: Program on Aids, Thai Red Cross Society; and Melbourne: Venereology Publishing. xxiii. 404 pp. ISBN 0-646-34972-4.

 

Brown, Tim, Clement Chan-Kam, John Bartlett, and Nick Prescott. 1998. Moving ahead together—Expanding Hong Kong’s response to AIDS. Hong Kong: Report of the External Review Team for the Advisory Council on AIDS Review.

 

Brown, Tim, Anupong Chitwarakorn, Werasit Sittitrai. 1998. Thailand Country Paper. In Tim Brown, Roy Chan, Doris Mugrditchian, Brian Mulhall, David Plummer, Rabin Sarda, and Werasit Sittitrai, eds. Sexually transmitted diseases in Asia and the Pacific. Honolulu: East-West Center; Bangkok: Program on Aids, Thai Red Cross Society; and Melbourne: Venereology Publishing.

 

Brown, Tim, Brian Mulhall, Rabin Sarda, Doris Mugrditchian, Roy Chan, David Plummer, and Werasit Sittitrai. 1998. STD in Asia and the Pacific: Opportunities and challenges. In Tim Brown, Roy Chan, Doris Mugrditchian, Brian Mulhall, David Plummer, Rabin Sarda, and Werasit Sittitrai, eds. Sexually transmitted diseases in Asia and the Pacific. Honolulu: East-West Center; Bangkok: Program on Aids, Thai Red Cross Society; and Melbourne: Venereology Publishing.

 

Chan, R., A. Kavi, G. Carl, S. Khan, D. Oetomo, M. Tan, and Tim Brown. 1998. HIV and men who have sex with men: Perspectives from selected Asian countries. AIDS 12(Supplement B): S59–68.

 

Choe, Minja Kim. 1998. Changing marriage pattern in South Korea. In Karen Oppenheim Mason, Noriko O. Tsuya, and Minja Kim Choe, eds. The changing family in comparative perspective: Asia and the U.S. Honolulu: East-West Center and Nihon University, pp. 43–62.

 

Choe, Minja Kim, I. Diamond, F. A. Steele, and S. K. Kim. 1998. Son preference, family building process, and child mortality. In Too young to die: Genes or gender? New York: United Nations, pp. 208–22.

 

Cullinane, Michael, and Peter Xenos. 1998. The growth of population in Cebu during the Spanish era: Constructing a regional demography fro local sources. In Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos, eds. Population and history: The demographic origins of the modern Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

 

Doeppers, Daniel F., and Peter Xenos, eds. 1998. Population and history: The demographic origins of the modern Philippines. Monograph 16. Madison: University of Wisconsin, Center for Southeast Asian Studies. Also published by Ateneo de Manila University Press, Quezon City, Philippines.

 

Dore, G., Tim Brown, D. Tarantola, and J. Kaldor. 1998. HIV-AIDS in the Asia-Pacific region: An epidemiological overview. AIDS 12(Supplement B): S1–10.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Tim Miller. 1998. Family and intergenerational income transfers in Taiwan. In Karen Oppenheim Mason, Noriko O. Tsuya, and Minja Kim Choe, eds. The changing family in comparative perspective: Asia and the United States. Honolulu: East-West Center in cooperation with the University Research Center, Nihon University, 215–34.

 

Mason, Karen Oppenheim, Noriko O. Tsuya, and Minja Kim Choe, eds. 1998. The changing family in comparative perspective: Asia and the United States. Honolulu: East-West Center in cooperation with the University Research Center, Nihon University. 278 pp. ISBN: 0-86638-187-2.

 

Mason, Karen Oppenheim, Noriko O. Tsuya, and Minja Kim Choe. 1998. Introduction. In Karen Oppenheim Mason, Noriko O. Tsuya, and Minja Kim Choe, eds. The changing family in comparative perspective: Asia and the United States. Honolulu: East-West Center and Nihon University, pp. 1–16.

 

Mills, S., Tobi Saidel, A. Bennett, Thomas Rehle, J. Hogle, Tim Brown, and R. Magnani. 1998. HIV risk behavioral surveillance: A methodology for monitoring behavioral trends. AIDS 12(Supplement 2): S37–46.

 

Phoolcharoen, W., K. Ungchusak, Weerasit Sittitrai, and Tim Brown. 1998. Thailand: Lessons from a strong national response to HIV/AIDS. AIDS 12(Supplement B): S123–35.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Shyam Thapa. 1998. Fertility Trends in Nepal, 1977–95. Contributions to Nepalese Studies (Journal of the Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu) 25(special issue, July): 9–58.

 

Xenos, Peter. 1998. The Ilocos coast since 1800: Population pressure, the Ilocano diaspora and multiphasic response. In Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos, eds. Population and history: The demographic origins of the modern Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

 

Xenos, Peter, with Daniel F. Doeppers. 1998. A demographic frame for Philippine history. In Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos, eds. Population and history: The demographic origins of the modern Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

 

Xenos, Peter, and Shui-Meng Ng. 1998. Nagcarlan, Laguna: A nineteenth-century parish demography. In Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos, eds. Population and history: The demographic origins of the modern Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

 

1997

 

Balk, Deborah, and Subrata Lahiri. 1997. Awareness and knowledge of AIDS among Indian women: Evidence from 13 states. Health Transition Review 7(Supplement): 421–65.

 

Brown, Tim. 1997. Vancouver conference review Asia. AIDS Care 9:43–49.

 

Brown, Tim, J., Gayle M. Morita, and N. Brenden. 1997. Japan/U.S. collaboration in international HIV prevention and care. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 14(Supplement 2): S68–80.

 

Brown, Tim, Mitch Feldman, and Masahiro Kihara. 1997. East Asia HIV/AIDS situation. In Raymond A. Smith, ed. Encyclopedia of AIDS: A social, political, cultural, and scientific record of the HIV epidemic. New York: Penguin Reference.

 

Brown, Tim, Werasit Sittitrai, and S. Virulrak. 1991. Patterns of bisexuality in Thailand. In Rob Tielman, Aart Hendriks, and Manuel Carballo, eds. Bisexuality and HIV/AIDS: A global perspective. New York: Prometheus Press.

 

Dangol, B. D., Robert D. Retherford, and S. Thapa. 1997. Declining fertility in Nepal. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 12(1): 33–54.

 

Kim, Won Bae, Mike Douglass, Sang-Chuel Choe, and Kong Chong Ho, eds. 1997. Culture and the city in East Asia. Oxford: Clarendon Press. xvii, 262 pp. $78.00. Send orders to 2001 Evans Road, Cary, NC 27513-2010; telephone 1-800-451-7556; fax 1-919-677-1301.

 

Li, Lei, and Minja Kim Choe. 1997. A mixture model for duration data: Analysis of second births in China. Demography 34(2).

 

Mason, Andrew. 1997. The response of fertility and mortality to economic crisis and structural adjustment policy during the 1980s: A review. In Georges Tapinos, Andrew Mason, and Jorge Bravo, eds. Demographic responses to economic adjustment in Latin America. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. 17–34. (Also in Proceedings of the International Population Conference, Montreal. Volume 2, 24 August–1 September 1993. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, pp. 411–31.)

 

Mason, Andrew. 1997. Review of Emmanuel S. de Dios and Raul V. Fabella, eds. Choice, Growth, and Development: Essays in Honor of Jose Encarnacion . Journal of Economic Literature 35(September): 815–16.

 

Mason, Karen Oppenheim. 1997. Explaining fertility transitions. Demography 34(4, November): 443–54.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, and Robert D. Retherford. 1997. Shifting costs of caring for the elderly back to families in Japan. Population and Development Review 23(1, March): 59–94.

 

Tapinos, Georges, Andrew Mason, and Jorge Bravo, eds. 1997. Demographic responses to economic adjustment in Latin America. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

 

1996

 

Brown, Tim, and Werasit Sittitrai with contributions from Stasia Obremskey, Sheldon Shaeffer, Usa Thisyakorn, James Mielke, Sasathorn Chaiyapet, and Kamolset Kengkarnrua; condensed by Blanka Pelz (1996). The impact of HIV on children in Thailand [condensed version]. Bangkok: Program on AIDS, Thai Red Cross Society.
Cho, Lee-Jay, Robert D. Retherford, Minja Kim Choe, and Norman Y. Luther. 1996. The own-children method of fertility estimation [in Chinese]. Beijing: Science Press, 171 pp.

 

Choe, Minja Kim, J. Wu, R. Zhang, and G. Fei. 1996. The pace of family building in modern China. In Alice Goldstein and Wang Feng, eds. China: The many facets of demographic change. Boulder: Westview Press, pp. 135–49.

 

Martin, Philip, Andrew Mason, and Toshikazu Nagayama, eds. 1996. The dynamics of labor migration in Asia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 5(2–3).

 

Martin, Philip, Andrew Mason, and Toshikazu Nagayama. 1996. Introduction. In Philip Martin, Andrew Mason, and Toshikazu Nagayama, eds. The dynamics of labor migration in Asia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 5(2–3): 163–73.

 

Mason, Andrew. 1996. Population and housing. Population Research and Policy Review 15(December): 419–35.

 

Mason, Andrew. 1996. Population, housing, and the economy. In Dennis Ahlburg, Allen Kelley, and Karen Oppenheim Mason, eds. The impact of population growth on well being in developing countries. Berlin: Springer, pp. 175–218.

 

Mason, Andrew, Rachel Racelis, Katsutoshi Nagashima, Naohiro Ogawa, and Takehiro Fukui. 1996. The Japan Homes model: Household projections, 1990–2025. Tokyo: Japan Statistical Association, Nihon University Population Research Institute; and Honolulu: Program on Population, East-West Center.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and N. Y. Luther. 1996. Are fertility differentials by education converging in the United States? Genus 52(3–4): 13–37.

 

Retherford, Robert D., N. Ogawa, and S. Sakamoto. 1996. Values and fertility change in Japan. Population Studies 50: 5–25.

 

Rindfuss, Ronald R., and Karin L. Brewster. 1996. Childrearing and fertility. In John B. Casterline, Ronald L. Lee, and Karen A. Foote, eds. Fertility in the United States: New patterns, new theories. Population and Development Review 22(supplement): 258–89.

 

Weniger, B., and Tim Brown. 1996. The march of AIDS in Asia. New England Journal of Medicine 335:343–45.

 

1995

 

Ahlburg, Dennis, H. Larson, and Tim Brown. 1995. Health care costs of HIV/AIDS in the Pacific. Pacific Health Dialog 2:14–19.

 

Brown, Tim. 1995. Japan conference review: HIV and AIDS in Asia. AIDS Care 7:71–76.

 

Brown, Tim, and Werasit Sittitrai. 1995. Heterosexual risk behavior in Asia: The implications for HIV/AIDS. Current Science 69:840–48.

 

Brown, Tim, and Werasit Sittitrai with contributions from Stasia Obremskey, Sheldon Shaeffer, Usa Thisyakorn, James Mielke, Sasathorn Chaiyapet, Kamolset Kengkarnrua, Mbakata Putu, and Patricia Morgan (1995). The impact of HIV on children in Thailand. Program on AIDS, Thai Red Cross Society, Research Report No. 16. Bangkok: Program on AIDS, Thai Red Cross Society.

Chapman, Murray. 1995. Island autobiographies of movement: Alternative ways of knowing? In Paul Claval Singaravelou, ed. Ethnogéographies. Paris: L'Harmattan, pp. 247–59. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 315.

 

Choe, Minja Kim, H. Hao, and F. Wang. 1995. The effects of gender, birth order, and other correlates on child survival in China. Social Biology 42(1–2).

 

Feng, Wang, James Lee, and Cameron Campbell. 1995. Marital fertility control among the Qing nobility: Implications for two types of preventive checks. Population Studies 49(3, November): 383–40. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 319.

 

Martin, Philip L., Andrew Mason, and Ching Lung Tsay, eds. 1995. Labour migration in Asia. ASEAN Economic Bulletin 12(2, November).

 

Martin, Philip L., Andrew Mason, and Ching Lung Tsay. 1995. Overview. In Philip L. Martin, Andrew Mason, and Ching Lung Tsay, eds. Labour migration in Asia. ASEAN Economic Bulletin 12(2, November): 117–24.

 

Mason, Karen Oppenheim, and An-Magritt Jensen. 1995. Gender and family change in industrialized countries. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 339 pp. ISBN 0-19-828970-7. $65.00. Send orders to 2001 Evans Road, Cary, NC 27513-2010, USA; telephone 1-800-451-5892; fax 1-919-677-1301.

 

Palmore, James A., Eliseo A. de Guzman, Maria Midea Kabamalan, Elizabeth Go, Marina Fernando Jose, and Kumari Jayatilleke. 1995. Fertility decline in the Philippines, 1965–1970 to 1985–1990. Manila: National Economic and Development Authority, 97 pp.

 

Park, Chai Bin, and Nam-Hoon Cho. 1995. Consequences of son preference in a low-fertility society: Imbalance of the sex ratio at birth in Korea. Population and Development Review 21(1, March): 59–84. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 311.

 

Sinha, Sunil K., Robert D. Retherford, and Norman Y. Luther. 1995. Parity progression analysis of fertility trends in Karnataka, 1968–82. Occasional Paper No. 1 of 1995. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 75 pp.

 

1994

 

Brown, Tim. 1994. Projections for HIV/AIDS in Thailand: 1987–2020. Bangkok: Working Group on HIV/AIDS Projection, National Economic and Social Development Board.

 

Brown, Tim, Brian Mulhall, and Werasit Sittitrai. 1994. Risk factors for HIV transmission in Asia and the Pacific. AIDS 8(Supplement 2, August): S165–72.

 

Brown, Tim, Werasit Sittitrai, Suphak Vanichseni, and Usa Thisyakorn. 1994. The recent epidemiology of HIV and AIDS in Thailand. AIDS 8(Supplement 2, August): S131–142. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 304.

 

Chang, Sen-Dou, and Won Bae Kim. 1994. The economic performance and regional systems of China's cities. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies 6:58–77. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 300.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay, and Moto Yada, eds. 1994. Tradition and change in the Asian family. Honolulu: East-West Center in association with the University Research Center of Nihon University, Distributed by the University of Hawai'i Press. ISBN 86638-161-9, paperback, xxxii, 470 pp., $48.00. Send orders to University of Hawai`i Press, 2840 Kolowalu Street, Honolulu, HI 96822, USA; telephone 1-808-956-8266; fax 1-808-988-6052; the Americas and Europe toll-free fax 1-800-650-7811.

 

Choe, Minja Kim, Sae-Kwon Kong, and Karen Oppenheim Mason. 1994. Korean women's labor force participation: Attitude and behavior. In Dae-Sook Suh, ed. Korean studies: New Pacific currents. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, pp. 283–305. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 302.

 

Fawcett, James T., and Robert W. Gardner. 1994. A sian immigrant entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs: A comparative study of recent Korean and Filipino immigrants. Population and Environment: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 15(3, January): 211–38. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 316.

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1994. Fertility decline in East Asia . Science 266(2, December): 1518–23. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 307.

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1994. Fertility in China: Past, present, prospects. In Wolfgang Lutz, ed. The future population of the world: What can we assume today? Laxenburg, Austria: Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, pp. 115–41. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 313.

 

Feeney, Griffith, and Yuan Jianhua. 1994. Below replacement fertility in China? A close look at recent evidence. Population Studies 48(3): 381–94. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 314.

 

Kim, Won Bae. 1994. Sino-Russian relations and Chinese workers in the Russian Far East: A porous border. Asian Survey 34(12, December): 1064–76. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 310.

 

Lee, James, Wang Feng, and Cameron Campbell. 1994. Infant and child mortality among the Qing nobility: Implications for two types of positive check. Population Studies 48(3, November): 395–411. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 309.

 

Lee, Yean-Ju, William Parish, and Robert J. Willis. 1994. Sons, daughters, and intergenerational support in Taiwan. American Journal of Sociology 99(4, January): 1010–41. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 301.

 

Mason, Andrew, Yoke-Yun Teh, Naohiro Ogawa, and Takehiro Fukui. 1994. The intergenerational distribution of resources and income in Japan. In John Ermisch and Naohiro Ogawa, eds. The family, the market, and the state in ageing societies. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. 158–97. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 305.

 

Mason, Karen Oppenheim. 1994. HIV transmission and the balance of power between women and men: A global view. Health Transition Review 4(Supplement): 217–40. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 312.

 

Mishra, Vinod K., James A. Palmore, and Sunil K. Sinha. 1994. Indirect estimates of fertility and mortality at the district level, 1981. Occasional Paper No. 4 of 1994. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 83 pp.

 

Mishra, Vinod, and Vinod Singh. 1994. Regional variations in female age at marriage in India: An analysis by agro-climatic zones. Population Geography 14(1&2): 1–26.

 

Park, Chai Bin, Sakol Siasakul, and Chanpen Saengtienchai. 1994. Effect of birth spacing on infant survival in Thailand: Two-stage logit analysis. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 25(1, March): 50–59. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 306.

 

Russo, Gerard. 1994. The role of the private sector in health services: Lessons for ASEAN. ASEAN Economic Bulletin 11(2, November): 190–211. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 308.

 

Sittitrai, Werasit, and Tim Brown. 1994. Risk factors for HIV infection in Thailand. AIDS  8(Supplement 2, August): S142–154. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 303.

 

Sittitrai, Werasit, P. Phanuphak, Jean Barry, and Tim Brown. 1994. A survey of Thai sexual behavior and risk of HIV infection. International Journal of STD and AIDS 5:377–82.

 

Tan, M. L. and Tim Brown. 1994. Social policy, human rights, and HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. AIDS 8(Supplement 2): S207–213.

 

Yang, Quanhe. 1994. Determinants of the decline in parity progression ratios in China, 1979–1984: A factor analysis of provincial data. International Family Planning Perspectives 20(3, September): 101–107. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 317.

 

Yang, Quanhe. 1994. Provincial patterns of contraceptive use in China. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 9(4, December): 23–42. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 318.

 

Yi, Zeng, Ansley Coale, Minja Kim Choe, Liang Zhiwu, and Liu Li. 1994. Leaving the parental home: Census-based estimates for China, Japan, South Korea, United States, France, and Sweden. Population Studies 48(1, March): 65–80. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 228.

 

1993

 

Bauer, John, and Andrew Mason. 1993. Equivalence scales, costs of children, and poverty in the Philippines and Thailand. In Proceedings of the Seminar on Fertility, Family Size, and Structure: Consequences for Families and Children. New York: Population Council.

 

Cabegin, Emily Christi A., Andrew Mason, and Allen Ybanez. 1992. Changing household size, structure, and composition in the Philippines. In Forecasting basic household needs. Manila: National Economic Development Authority.

 

Campbell, Burnham O., and Andrew Mason. 1993. Using HOMES for population and development planning. In Projection methods for integrating population variables into development planning. New York: United Nations.

 

Feeney, Griffith, and Wang Feng. 1993. Parity progression and birth intervals in China: The influence of policy in hastening fertility decline. Population and Development Review 19(1, March): 61Campbell, Burnham O., Andrew Mason, and Ernesto Pernia, eds. 1993. The economic impact of demographic change in Thailand, 1980–2015: An application of the HOMES Forecasting Model. Honolulu: East-West Center.101. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 293.

 

Feng, Wang, and Nancy B. Tuma. 1993. Changes in Chinese marriage patterns during the twentieth century. In Proceedings of the IUSSP International Population Conference, Montreal. Volume 3. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 296.

 

Mason, Andrew. 1993. Demographic change, household resources, and schooling decisions. In Naohiro Ogawa, Gavin Jones, and Jeffrey G. Williamson, eds. Human resources and development along the Asia-Pacific rim. Singapore: Oxford University Press, pp. 259–82. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 291.

 

Mason, Andrew, Naohiro Ogawa, and Takehiro Fukui. 1993. Household projections for Japan, 1985–2025: A transition model of headship rates. Tokyo: Japan Statistical Association, Nihon University Population Research Institute; and Honolulu: Program on Population, East West Center.

 

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, Makoto Kondo, Kiichiro Sato, Akira Sadahiro, Tomoko Sugihara, and Andrew Mason. 1993. Health trends in a super low fertility society: An analysis based on an integrated model [In Japanese]. Tokyo: Nihon University Population Research Institute.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, and Robert D. Retherford. 1993. Care of the elderly in Japan: Changing norms and expectations. Journal of Marriage and the Family 55(3, August): 585–97. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 299 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 66).

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, and Robert D. Retherford. 1993. The resumption of fertility decline in Japan: 1973–92. Population and Development Review 19(4, December): 703–41. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 294.

 

Rama Rao, N., Robert D. Retherford, P. D. Joshi, and N. Y. Luther. 1993. C ensus-based estimates of fertility by rural-urban residence and religion for Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, and Uttar Pradesh. Occasional Paper No. 3 of 1993. Delhi: Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Minja Kim Choe. 1993. Statistical models for causal analysis. New York: John Wiley.

 

Sharma, O. P., and Robert D. Retherford. 1993. Literacy trends in the 1980s in India. Occasional Paper No. 4 of 1993. Delhi: Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India.

 

Sittitrai, Werasit, Tim Brown, and C. Sakondhavat. 1993. Levels of HIV risk behaviors and AIDS knowledge in Thai men having sex with men. AIDS Care 5:261–71.

 

Swami, V. S., A. K. Saxena, James A. Palmore, Vinod Mishra, J. R. Rele, and Norman Y. Luther. 1993. Evaluating the Sample Registration System using indirect estimates of fertility and mortality. Occasional Paper No. 3 of 1992. New Delhi: Office of the Registrar General, India, 62 pp.

 

Xenos, Peter. 1993. Extended adolescence and the sexuality of Asian youth: Observations on research and policy. In M. L. Ng and L. S. Lam, eds. Sexuality in Asia: Selected papers from the Conference on Sexuality in Asia, May 1990. Hong Kong: Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists, pp. 53–96. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 292.

 

Xenos, Peter, Tran Thu Phuong, Luu Thi Thao, and Vu Xuan Truong. 1993. Report of the research team on demography and labor. In Le Trong Cuc, Kathleen Gillogly, and A. Terry Rambo, eds. Too many people, too little land: The human ecology of a wet rice-growing village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Honolulu: East-West Center.

 

1992

 

Baudchon, Gerard P. 1992. Movement in the French Pacific: Recent situation and prospects. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 1(2): 333–49. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 297.

 

Bauer, John, Wang Feng, Nancy E. Riley, and Zhao Xiaohua. 1992. Gender inequality in urban China: Education and employment. Modern China 18(3, July): 333–70. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 284.

 

Bauer, John, and Andrew Mason. 1992. T he distribution of income and wealth in Japan. Review of Income and Wealth 38(4, December): 403–28. (Also published as an Occasional Paper by the Democratic Study Center, Washington, D.C. )

 

Berquo, Elsa, and Peter Xenos, eds. 1992. Family systems and cultural change. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Brown, Tim, Werasit Sittitrai, Praphan Phanuphak, and Jean Barry. 1992. Thai sexual behavior and risk of HIV infection: A report of the 1990 survey of partner relations and risk of HIV infection in Thailand. Bangkok: Thai Red Cross Society and Chulalongkorn University.

 

Brown, Tim, Werasit Sittitrai, and Chuanchom Sakondhavat. 1992. A survey of men having sex with men in a northeastern Thai province. Research Report No. 5. Bangkok: Thai Red Cross Society.

 

Cabegin, Emily Christi A., Andrew Mason, and Allen Ybanez. 1992. Changing household size, structure, and composition in the Philippines. In Forecasting basic household needs. Manila: National Economic Development Authority.

 

Chapman, Murray. 1992. Population movement: Free or constrained? In Ron Crocombe and Esau Tuza, eds. Independence, dependence, interdependence: The first 10 years of Solomon Islands Indepedence. Honoria: Solomon Islands College of Higher Education, Institute of Pacific Studies; and Solomon Islands Centre, University of the South Pacific, pp. 75–79. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 283.

 

Choe, Minja Kim, Guo Fei, Wu Jianming, and Zhang Ruyue. 1992. Progression to second and third births in China: Patterns and covariates in six provinces. International Family Planning Perspectives 18(4, December): 130–36. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 288.

 

Feeney, Griffith, and Peter Xenos. 1992. The demographic situation in Vietnam: Past, present, prospect. In Neil L. Jamieson, Nguyen Manh Hung, and A. Terry Rambo, eds. The challenges of Vietnam’s reconstruction. Fairfax, VA: Indochina Institute, George Mason University; and Honolulu: Indochina Initiative, East-West Center, pp. 55–68. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 289.

 

Gardner, Robert W. 1992. Asian immigration: The view from the United States. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 1(1): 64–99. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 279.

 

Kim, Won Bae. 1992. Potential movements of capital and labor in Northeast Asia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 1(3–4): 657–81. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 287.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Rachel Racelis. 1992. A comparison of four methods for projecting households. International Journal of Forecasting 8(3, November): 509–28. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 290.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Marie Ada A. R. Tirol. 1992. Saving behavior of Philippine households. In Forecasting basic household needs. Manila: National Economic Development Authority.

 

Mason, Karen Oppenheim. 1992. Culture and the fertility transition: Thoughts on theories of fertility decline. Genus 48(3–4): 1–14. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 295.

 

Mason, Karen Oppenheim. 1992. Family change and support of the elderly in Asia: What do we know? Asia-Pacific Population Journal 7(3, September): 13–32. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 286.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and W. H. Sewell. 1992. Four erroneous assertions regarding the accuracy of the confluence model (rejoinder to Zajonc, Markus, Berbaum, Bargh, and Moreland) . American Sociological Review 57: 136–37.

 

Sharma, S. P., and Peter Xenos. 1992. Ageing in India: Demographic background and analysis based on census materials. Occasional Paper No. 2 of 1992. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner. 168 pp.

 

1991

 

Bhende, Asha A., Minja Kim Choe, J. R. Rele, and James A. Palmore. 1991. Determinants of contraceptive method choice in an industrial city of India. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 6(3, September): 41–66. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 280. You may request a copy from ewcbooks@EastWestCenter.org.

 

Chapman, Murray. 1991. Pacific island movement and socioeconomic change: Metaphors of misunderstanding. Population and Development Review 17(2, June): 263–92. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 273.

 

Coale, Ansley J., Wang Feng, Nancy Riley, and Lin Fu De. 1991. Recent trends in fertility and nuptiality in China. Science 251(25, January): 389–93. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 267.

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1991. Fertility decline in Taiwan: A study using parity progression ratios. Demography 28(3, August): 467–79. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 274.

 

Feeney, Griffith, and Wolfgang Lutz. 1991. Distributional analysis of period fertility. In Wolfgang Lutz, ed. Future demographic trends in Europe and North America: What can we assume today? San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 169–78. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 277.

 

Firman, Tommy. 1991. Rural households, labor flows and the housing construction industry in Bandung, Indonesia. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 82(2): 94–105. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 272.

 

Kim, Won Bae. 1991. The role and structure of metropolises in China's urban economy. Third World Planning Review 13(2): 155–77. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 285.

 

Luther, Norman Y., and Chintana Pejaranonda. 1991. The parity structure of fertility decline in Thailand, 1953–1979. Genus 47(1–2): 63–88. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 281.

 

Martin, Linda G. 1991. Population aging policies in East Asia and the United States. Science 251(1, February): 527–31. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 268.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Lee Jay Cho. 1991. Population policy. In Lee Jay Cho and Y. H. Kim, eds. Economic development in the Republic of Korea: A policy perspective. Honolulu: East West Center, pp. 303–26.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, and Robert D. Retherford. 1991. Prospects for increased contraceptive pill use in Japan. Studies in Family Planning 22(6, November–December): 378–83. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 278.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and William H. Sewell. 1991. Birth order and intelligence: Further tests of the confluence model. American Sociological Review 56(2, April): 141–58. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 271.

 

Xenos, Peter. 1991. Research on socio-cultural factors affecting family planning programmes in developing countries. Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Socio-Cultural Factors Affecting Family Planning Programmes in Developing Countries, 21–22 June 1990, New York. New York: United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

 

1990

 

Barringer, Herbert R., David T. Takeuchi, and Peter Xenos. 1990. Education, occupational prestige, and income of Asian Americans. Sociology of Education 63(1, January): 27–43. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 250.

 

Bauer, John. 1990. Demographic change and Asian labor markets in the 1990s. Population and Development Review 16(4, December): 615–45. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 269.

 

Bauer, John, and Andrew Mason, with Carl Goldstein, N. Balakrishnan, Mark Clifford, Paul Handley, Lincoln Kaye, Jonathan Moore, Doug Tsuruoka, and Michael Vatikiotis. 1990. Asia 2010: The power of people. Far Eastern Economic Review 17 May: 30–34, 38–57. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 257.

 

Brown, Tim, John Knodel, and Werasit Sittitrai. 1990. Focus group discussions for social science research: A practical guide with an emphasis on the topic of ageing. Population Studies Center Research Report 90–93. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

 

Brown, Tim, and Werasit Sittitrai. 1990. A guide to the use of focus group discussions in sexual behavior and AIDS research. Geneva: Social and Behavioral Research Unit, Global Programme on AIDS, World Health Organization.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay, and Linda G. Martin. 1990. Foreign investment and demographic dynamics of the Asia-Pacific region. Asian Economic Journal 4(1, March): 46–68. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 270.

 

Choe, Minja Kim, and Abdur Razzaque. 1990. Effect of famine on child survival in Matlab, Bangladesh. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 5(2, June): 53–72. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 264.

 

Feeney, Griffith, and Hamano Kiyoshi. 1990. Rice price fluctuations and fertility in late Tokugawa Japan. The Journal of Japanese Studies 16(1, Winter). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 254.

 

Kim, Won Bae. 1990. The future of coastal development in the Yellow Sea rimlands. Journal of Northeast Asian Studies 9(4, Winter): 53–70. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 276.

 

Kim, Won Bae. 1990. Population distribution policy in China: A review. Regional Development Dialogue 11(1, Spring): 159–87. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 255.

 

Lavely, William, James Lee, and Wang Feng. 1990. Chinese demography: The state of the field. Journal of Asian Studies 49(4, November): 807–34. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 265.

 

Luther, Norman Y., Griffith Feeney, and Weimin Zhang. 1990. One-child families or a baby boom? Evidence from China's 1987 one-per-hundred survey. Population Studies 44(July): 341–57. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 261.

 

Luther, Norman Y., J. R. Rele, and K. Gopinathan. 1990. Consistent correction of census, vital registration, and migration data for all India and the State of Kerala 1971–81. Occasional Paper No. 2 of 1990. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 144 pp.

 

Martin, Linda G. 1990. Changing intergenerational family relations in East Asia. The Annals of the American Association of Political and Social Science 510(July): 102–14. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 266.

 

Martin, Linda G. 1990. T he status of South Asia's growing elderly population. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 5(2, April): 93–117. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 256.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, et al. 1990. A long-term perspective based on a demographic, economic, and medical model (Phase IV). Tokyo: Nihon University Population Research Institute.

 

Palmore, James, and Joung-Im Kim Palmore. 1990. Population management information systems in the 1990s: Evolution, revolution, or recycling? In Monitoring and evaluating family planning programmes in the 1990s. Asian Population Studies Series, No. 104. Bangkok: United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 275.

 

Park, Chai Bin, and Jing-Qing Han.1990. A minority group and China's one-child policy: The case of the Koreans. Studies in Family Planning 21(3, May/June): 161–70. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 260.

 

Sharma, O. P., and Robert D. Retherford. 1990. Effect of female literacy on fertility in India. Occasional Paper No. 1 of 1990. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 67 pp.

 

Sittitrai, Werasit, Tim Brown, and J. Sterns. 1990. Opportunities for overcoming the continuing restraints to behavior change and HIV risk reduction. AIDS 4(Supplement): S269–76.

 

Verma, V. S., L. J. Cho, N. Rama Rao, and Robert D. Retherford. 1990. South Asia Conference on Population Trends and Family Planning: Proceedings of the Conference. Delhi: Government of India Press.

 

Xenos, Peter. 1990. Youth, sexuality and public policy in Asia: A research perspective. In Stella R. Quah, ed. The family as an asset: An international perspective on marriage, parenthood, and social policy. Singapore: Times Academic Press, pp. 324–54. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 263 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series, No. 59).

1989

 

Biswas, Asit K., John Bauer, and J. R. Rele. 1989. Sectoral distribution of the work force in India: Trends and projections. Occasional Paper No. 3 of 1989. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 151 pp.

 

Bulatao, Rodolfo A., James A. Palmore, and Sandra E. Ward, eds. Choosing a contraceptive: Method choice in Asia and the United States. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

 

Dange, Arvind S., J. R. Rele, and Robert W. Gardner. 1989. Unbalanced urban growth in Maharashtra: A case study of Greater Bombay Metropolis. Occasional Paper No. 5 of 1989. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 25 pp.

 

Feeney, Griffith, Wang Feng, Mingkun Zhou, and Baoyu Xiao. 1989. Recent fertility dynamics in China: Results from the 1987 One Percent Population Survey. Population and Development Review 15(2, June): 297–322. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 244.

 

Kong, Sae Kwon, and Minja Kim Choe. 1989. Labor force participation of married women in contemporary Korea. Journal of Population and Health Studies 9(2, December): 116–36. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 259.

 

Martin, Linda G. 1989. Emerging issues in cross-national survey research on ageing in Asia. In International Population Conference, New Delhi. Vol. 3. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, pp. 69–80. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 253.

 

Martin, Linda G. 1989. Living arrangement of the elderly in Fiji, Korea, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Demography 26(4, November) 627–43. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 249.

 

Nordyke, Eleanor C., and Richard K. C. Lee. 1989. The Chinese in Hawai'i: A historical and demographic perspective. Hawaiian Journal of History 23:196–216. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 252.

 

Retherford, Robert D., Minja Kim Choe, Shyam Thapa, and Bhakta B. Gubhaju. 1989. To what extent does breast-feeding explain birth-interval effects on early childhood mortality? Demography 26(3, August): 439–50. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 246 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 51).

 

Retherford, Robert D., and J. R. Rele. 1989. A decomposition of recent fertility changes in South Asia. Population and Development Review 15(4, December): 739–47. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 258.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and William H. Sewell. 1989. How intelligence affects fertility. Intelligence 13(2, April–June): 169–85. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 247 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 53).

 

Retherford, Robert D., Shyam Thapa, and Victor De Silva. 1989. Strength of fertility motivation: Its effects on contraceptive use in rural Sri Lanka. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 4(4, December): 21–44. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 262.

 

Zablan, Zelda, Minja Kim Choe, James A. Palmore, Tauseef Ahmed, Adelamar Alcantara, and Kathryn Kost. 1989. Contraceptive method choice in the Philippines, 1973–83. Journal of Biosocial Science 11(supplement): 61–74. East-West Center: Reprints of the Program on Population No. 282.

 

1988

 

Choe, Minja Kim, Robert D. Retherford, B. B. Gubhaju, and S. Thapa. 1988. Ethnic differentials in early childhood mortality in Nepal. Journal of Biosocial Science21: 223–33.

 

Fawcett, James T. 1988. The value of children and the transition to parenthood. Marriage and Family Review 12(3/4): 11–34. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 233 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 44).

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1988. The use of parity progression models in evaluating family planning programmes. In African Population Conference, Dakar. Vol. 3. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 245.

 

Feng, Wang. 1988. Historical demography in China: Review and perspective. IUSSP Newsletter 34 (September–December): 53–69. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 236.

 

Feng, Wang. 1988. The roles of individuals' socioeconomic characteristics and the government family planning program in China's fertility decline. Population Research and Policy Review 7(3): 255–76. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 239.

 

Freedman, Ronald, Xiao Zhenyu, Li Bohua, and William R. Lavely. 1988. Education and fertility in two Chinese provinces: 1967–1970 to 1979–1982. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 3(1, March): 3–30. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 223.

 

Freedman, Ronald, Xiao Zhenyu, Li Bohua, and William R. Lavely. 1988. Local area variation in reproductive behavior in the People's Republic of China, 1973–1982. Population Studies 42(1, March): 39–57. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 225.

 

Han, Jing-Qing, Lee-Jay Cho, Minja Kim Choe, and Chi-hsien Tuan. 1988. The fertility of Korean minority women in China: 1950–1985. A sia-Pacific Population Journal 3(1, March): 31–54. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 227.

 

Kim, Won Bae. 1988. Population redistribution policy in Korea: A review. Population Research and Policy Review 7:49–77. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 230.

 

Luther, Norman Y., and Lee-Jay Cho. 1988. Reconstruction of birth histories from census and household survey data. Population Studies 42(3, November): 451–72. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 235 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 49).

 

Luther, Norman Y., and Robert D. Retherford. 1988. Consistent corrections of census and vital registration data. Mathematical Population Studies 1(1): 1–20. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 221 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 35).

 

Martin, Linda G. 1988. The aging of Asia. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 43(4, July):S99–S113. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 229.

 

Martin, Linda G., and Naohiro Ogawa. 1988. The effect of cohort size on relative wages in Japan. In Ronald D. Lee, W. Brian Arthur, and Gerry Rodgers, eds. Economics of changing age distributions in developed countries. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 59–75. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 240.

 

Mason, Andrew. 1988. Population growth, aggregate saving, and economic development. In Dominick Salvatore, ed. World population trends and their impact on economic development. London: Greenwood Press, pp. 45–58.

 

Mason, Andrew. 1988. The replacement effect and comparisons of per capita income across countries: A short note. Demography25(February): 141–44.

 

Mason, Andrew. 1988. Saving, economic growth, and demographic change. Population and Development Review 14(1, March): 113–44. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 226.

 

Natarajan, K. S., Robert D. Retherford, and Phool Singh. 1988. Fertility estimates for Kerala derived from India's 1981 census. Occasional Paper No. 12 of 1988. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 168 pp.

 

Nordyke, Eleanor C. 1988. Blacks in Hawai'i: A demographic and historical perspective. Hawaiian Journal of History 22:241–55. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 237.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, Makoto Kondo, Kiichiro Sato, Akira Sadahiro, Tomoko Sugihara, Daniel B. Suits, Andrew Mason, and Griffith Feeney. 1988. A long term perspective based on a demographic, economic, and medical model (Phase III) [in Japanese]. Tokyo: Nihon University Population Research Institute.

 

Park, Chai Bin. 1988. Microfilaria density distribution in the human population and its infectivity index for the mosquito population. Parasitology 96(2, April): 265–71. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 222.

 

Rele, J. R. 1988. 70 years of fertility change in Korea: New estimates from 1916 to 1985. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 3(2, June): 29–54. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 231.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and William H. Sewell. 1988. Intelligence and family size reconsidered. Social Biology 35(1–2, Spring–Summer). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 234 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 39).

 

Subedi, Bhim Prasad. 1988. Continuity and change in population movement: The case of Nepal. Population Geography 10(1–2, June–December): 28–41. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 251.

 

Suri, K. C., John Bauer, and J. R. Rele. 1988. Analysis of the work force in India. Occasional Paper No. 8 of 1988. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 164 pp.

 

Sycip, Lynna-Marie, and James T. Fawcett. 1988. Expectations, family networks, and emigration: A study of Filipino decision making. Philippine Journal of Psychology 24. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 238.

 

Tsuya, Noriko O., and Minja Kim Choe. 1988. Achievement of one-child fertility in rural areas of Jilin Province, China. International Family Planning Perspectives 14(4, December): 122–30. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 242 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 55).

 

1987

 

Arnold, Fred. 1987. Birds of passage no more: Migration decision making among Filipino immigrants in Hawaii. International Migration 25(1, March): 41–61. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 213.

 

Arnold, Fred. 1987–88. The effect of sex preference on fertility and family planning: Empirical evidence. Population Bulletin of the United Nations 23/24:44–55. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 243.

 

Chapman, Murray. 1987. Population movement studied at microscale: Experience and extrapolation. GeoJournal 15(4, December): 347–65. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 218 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 38).

 

Choe, Minja Kim. 1987. Sex differentials in infant and child mortality in Korea. Social Biology 34(1–2, Spring–Summer): 12–25. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 219.

 

Fawcett, James T., and Fred Arnold. 1987. The role of surveys in the study of international migration: An appraisal. International Migration Review 21(4, Winter): 1523–40. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 248 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 50).

 

Fawcett, James T., and Benjamin V. Carino, eds. 1987. Pacific bridges: The new immigration from Asia and the Pacific Islands. Staten Island, NY: Center for Migration Studies.

 

Feeney, Griffith, and Jing-yuan Yu. 1987. Period parity progression measures of fertility in China. Population Studies 41(1, March): 77–102. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 211.

Gubhaju, Bhakta B., Minja Kim Choe, Robert D. Retherford, and Shyam Thapa. 1987. Infant mortality trends and differentials in Nepal. Studies in Family Planning 18(1, January/February): 22–31. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 208.

 

Kim, Won Bae. 1987. Urban unemployment and labor force participation in Korea. Annals of Regional Science 21(1, March): 44–55. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 212.

 

Luther, Norman Y., and Robert D. Retherford. 1987. Consistent correction of international migration data for Sri Lanka, 1971–1981. International Migration Review21(special issue): 1335–69.

 

Luther, Norman Y., K. H. W. Gaminiratne, Soma de Silva, and Robert D. Retherford. 1987. Consistent correction of international migration data for Sri Lanka, 1971–81. International Migration Review 21(4, Winter): 1335–1369. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 232 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 45).

 

Martin, Linda G. 1987. Census data for studying elderly populations. Asia-Pacific Population Journal 2(2, June): 69–82. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 214.

 

Mason, Andrew. 1987. National saving rates and population growth: A new model and new evidence. In Gayle Johnson and Ronald D. Lee, eds. Consequences of population growth in developing countries. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, pp. 523–60. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 215.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Linda G. Martin. 1987. Recent trends in household structure in Taiwan and other Asian countries. In Proceedings of the Conference on Population Changes in Taiwan During the Twentieth Century. Taipei, Taiwan.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Wayne Shima. 1987. HOMES microcomputer user's guide, Version 1.0. Honolulu: East-West Center.

 

Palmore, James A., and Mui Teng Yap. 1987. Incentives, disincentives, and family planning. In Population policies and programmes: Current status and future directions. New York: Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), United Nations, pp. 113–23. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 224.

 

Rele, J. R. 1987. Fertility levels and trends in India, 1951–81. Population and Development Review 13(3, September): 513–30. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 217.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1987. An integration of two fertility analysis frameworks. Genus 43(1–2, January–June): 1–18. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 220.

 

Rindfuss, Ronald R., Larry L. Bumpass, and James A. Palmore. 1987. Analyzing fertility histories: Do restrictions bias results? Demography 24(1, February): 113–22. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 207.

 

Rindfuss, Ronald R., James A. Palmore, and Larry L. Bumpass. 1987. Analyzing birth intervals: Implications for demographic theory and data collection. Sociological Forum 2(4, Fall): 811–28. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 228.

 

Sharma, O. P., and Robert D. Retherford. 1987. Recent literacy trends in India. Occasional Paper No. 1 of 1987. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 115 pp.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1987. Asians in the United States: A mid-1980s profile. In After the storm: American society a decade after the Vietnam war.Taipei: Institute for American Culture, Academia Sinica.

 

Unni, K. Narayanan, J. R. Rele, Robert D. Retherford, and Norman Y. Luther. 1987. Recent fertility trends in north-eastern India. Occasional Paper 6 of 1987. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, 57 pp.

 

Xenos, Peter, Robert W. Gardner, Herbert Barringer, and Michael J. Levin. 1987. Asian Americans: Growth and change in the 1970s. In James T. Fawcett and Benjamin V. Carino, eds. Pacific bridges: The new immigration from Asia and the Pacific Islands. Staten Island, NY: Center for Migration Studies.

 

1986

 

Arnold, Fred, and Liu Zhao-Xiang. 1986. Sex preference, fertility, and family planning in China. Population and Development Review 12(2, June): 221–46. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 202.

 

Bumpass, Larry L., Ronald R. Rindfuss, and James A. Palmore. 1986. Determinants of Korean birth intervals: The confrontation of theory and data. Population Studies 40(3, November): 403–23. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 204.

 

Caces, Fe. 1986–87. Immigrant recruitment into the labor force: Social networks among Filipinos in Hawaii. AMERASIA 13(1): 23–38. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 209.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1986. Averting crisis in Asia? Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 42(4, April): 30–33. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 201.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay, Robert D. Retherford, and Minja Kim Choe. 1986. The own-children method of fertility estimation. Honolulu: East-West Center.

 

Fricke, Thomas E., Sabiha H. Syed, and Peter C. Smith. 1986. Rural Punjabi social organization and marriage timing strategies in Pakistan. Demograph y 23(4, November): 489–508. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 205 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 36).

 

Mason, Andrew, and Linda G. Martin. 1986. Recent trends in household structure in Asia. In Proceedings of Conference on Population Change in Taiwan during the 20th century. 14–15 December 1985. Taipei: Population Association of China, pp. 79–118. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 216.

 

Mason, Andrew, Daniel B. Suits, Sung-Yeal Koo, Naohiro Ogawa, Mathana Phananiramai, and Hananto Sigit. 1986. Population growth and economic development: Lessons from selected Asian countries. Policy Development Studies 10. New York: United Nations Fund for Population Activities.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, Makoto Kondo, Kiichiro Sato, Akira Sadahiro, Yasuhiko Saito, Daniel B. Suits, Griffith Feeney, and Andrew Mason. 1986. A long term perspective based on a demographic, economic, and medical model (Phase II) [in Japanese]. Tokyo: Nihon University Population Research Institute.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, and Andrew Mason. 1986. An economic analysis of recent fertility in Japan: An application of the Butz-Ward model. Journal of Population Studies [Jinkogaku Kenkyu] 9(May): 5–14. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 200.

 

Park, Chai Bin. 1986. The place of child-spacing as a factor in infant mortality: A recursive model. American Journal of Public Health 76(8, August): 995–99. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 203.

 

Pebley, Anne R., Noreen Goldman, and Minja Kim Choe. 1986. Evaluation of contraceptive history data in the Republic of Korea. Studies in Family Planning 17(1, January/February): 22–35. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 196.

 

Stahl, Charles W., and Fred Arnold. 1986. Overseas workers' remittances in Asian development. International Migration Review 20(4, Winter): 899–925. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 210.

 

Yang, Jae-Mo, and Chai Bin Park. 1986. Maternal and child health and family planning services. In Use of rural health services. Proceedings of the Regional Seminar on the Use of Rural Health Services, 20–25 January 1986. Manila: Asian Development Bank, pp. 70–80. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 206.

 

1985

 

Arnold, Fred. 1985. Measuring the effect of sex preference on fertility: The case of Korea. Demography 22(2. May): 280–88. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 187.

 

Arnold, Fred, and Ricardo G. Abad. 1985. Linkages between internal and international migration: The Ilocos Norte experience. Philippine Population Journal 1(2, June). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 199.

 

Caces, Fe, Fred Arnold, James T. Fawcett, and Robert W. Gardner. 1985. Shadow households and competing auspices: Migration behavior in the Philippines. Journal of Development Economics 17(1–2, January–February): 5–25. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 182 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 33).

 

Chapman, Murray. 1985. Me go ‘walkabout’, you too? In Murray Chapman and R. Mansell Prothero, eds. Circulation in population movement: Substance and concepts from the Melanesian case. New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 429–47. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 197.

 

Chapman, Murray, and R. Manuel Protero. 1985. Circulation between ‘home’ and other places: Some propositions. In Murray Chapman and R. Mansell Prothero, eds. Circulation in population movement: Substance and concepts from the Melanesian case. New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 1–12.

 

Cheung, Paul, Josefina Cabigon, Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Peter F. McDonald, Sabila Syed, Andrew Cherlin, and Peter C. Smith. 1985. Cultural variations in the transition to marriage in four Asian societies. In International Population Conference, Florence. Vol. 3. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, pp. 293–308. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 192.

 

De Jong, Gordon F., Brenda Davis Root, Robert W. Gardner, James T. Fawcett, and Ricardo G. Abad. 1985–86. Migration intentions and behavior: Decision making in a rural Philippine province. In James T. Fawcett, ed. Migration intentions and behavior: Third World perspectives. Population and Environment 8(1&2, Spring/Summer, special issue). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 241.

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1985. Parity progression projection. In International Population Conference, Florence. Vol. 4. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, pp. 125–36. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 190.

 

Gardner, Robert W., Gordon F. De Jong, Fred Arnold, and Benjamin V. Carino. 1985. The best-laid schemes: An analysis of discrepancies between migration intentions and behavior. In James T. Fawcett, ed. Migration intentions and behavior: Third World perspectives. Population and Environment 8(1&2, Spring/Summer, special issue). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 241.

 

Gardner, Robert W., Bryant Robey, and Peter C. Smith. 1985. Asian Americans: Growth, change and diversity. Population Bulletin 40(4, October): 1–43.

 

Kunstadter, Peter. 1985. Health of Hmong in Thailand: Risk factors, morbidity, and mortality in comparison with other ethnic groups. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 9(4): 329–51. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 195.

 

Nair, Shashikant. 1985. Fijians and Indo-Fijians in Suva: Rural-urban movements and linkages. In Murray Chapman and R. Mansell Prothero, eds. Circulation in population movement: Substance and concepts from the Melanesian case. New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 306–29, 444–45. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 198.

 

Pramualratana, Anthony, Napaporn Havanon, and John Knodel. 1985. Exploring the normative basis for age at marriage in Thailand: An example from focus group research. Journal of Marriage and the Family 47(1, February): 203–10. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 188.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1985. A theory of marital fertility transition. Population Studies 39(2, July): 249–68. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 191 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 29).

 

Shah, Nasra M., and Fred Arnold. 1985. The non-economic consequences of Asian labor migration to the Middle East. In International Population Conference, Florence. Vol. 3. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, pp. 43–54. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 189.

 

Suits, Daniel B. 1985. U.S. farm migration: An application of the Harris-Todaro model. Economic Development and Cultural Change 33(4): 815–28. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 194.

 

Trussell, James, Linda G. Martin, Robert Feldman, James A. Palmore, Mercedes Concepcion, and Datin Noor Laily Bt. Dato’ Abu Bakar. 1985. Determinants of birth-interval length in the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia: A hazard-model analysis. Demography 22(2, May): 145–68. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 181.

 

1984

 

Arnold, Fred, and Eddie C. Y. Kuo. 1984. The value of daughters and sons: A comparative study of the gender preferences of parents. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 15(2, Summer): 299–318. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 177.

 

Arnold, Fred, and Nasra M. Shah. 1984. Asian labor migration to the Middle East. International Migration Review 18(2, Summer): 294–318. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 173 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 32).

 

Bennett, Neil G., and Andrew Mason. 1984. Decision making and sex selection with biased technologies. In Neil G. Bennett, ed. Sex selection of children.San Diego, CA: Academic Press, pp. 101–13.

 

Brian, W. Arthur. 1984. The analysis of linkages in demographic theory. Demography 21(2, February): 109–28. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 165.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1984. Conclusion. In Roger Benjamin and Robert T. Kudrle, eds. The industrial future of the Pacific basin. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, pp. 237–47. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 172.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1984. Population dynamics and policy in the People's Republic of China. In Marvin E. Wolfgang, ed. China in transition. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 476(special issue): 111–27 . East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 179.

 

Eviota, Elizabeth, and Peter C. Smith. 1984. The migration of women in the Philippines. In James T. Fawcett, Siew-Ean Khoo, and Peter C. Smith, eds. Women in the cities of Asia: Migration and urban adaptation. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

 

Fawcett, James T., Siew-Ean Khoo, and Peter C. Smith. 1984. Urbanization, migration, and the status of women. In James T. Fawcett, Siew-Ean Khoo, and Peter C. Smith, eds. Women in the cities of Asia: Migration and urban adaptation. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

 

Feeney, Griffith, and John A. Ross. 1984. Analysing open birth interval distributions. Population Studies 38(3, November): 473–78. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 178.

 

Khoo, Siew-Ean, Judith Bruce, James T. Fawcett, and Peter C. Xenos. 1984. Women in Asian cities: Policies, services, and research. In James T. Fawcett, Siew-Ean Khoo, and Peter C. Smith, eds. Women in the cities of Asia: Migration and urban adaptation.Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

 

Khoo, Siew-Ean, Peter C. Smith, and James T. Fawcett. 1984. Migration of women to cities: The Asian situation in comparative perspective. In Women in migration. International Migration Review 18(4, Winter, special issue): 1247–63. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 183.

 

Kim, Joung Im, and James A. Palmore. 1984. Personal networks and the adoption of family planning in rural Korea. Journal of Population and Health Studies 4(2, December): 125–48. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 180.

 

Kunstadter, Peter. 1984. Cultural ideals, socioeconomic change, and household composition: Karen, Lua', Hmong, and Thai in Northwestern Thailand. In Robert McC. Netting, Richard W. Wilk, and Eric J. Arnould, eds. Households: Comparative and historical studies of the domestic group. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 299–329. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 171.

 

Mason, Andrew, Sung-Yeal Koo, and Wi-Sup Song. 1984. Manpower, education, and industrial development in the Pacific Basin. In Roger Benjamin and Robert T. Kudrle, eds. The changing industrial structure of the Pacific Basin. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, pp. 163–89. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 170.

 

Park, Chai Bin, and Alfred C. Hexter. 1984. Repeatability of infant deaths in Korea. International Journal of Epidemiology 13(3, September): 304–10. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 174.

 

Ratnayake, K., Robert D. Retherford, and S. Sivasubramaniam. 1984. Fertility estimates for Sri Lanka derived from the 1981 census. Colombo: Aitken Spence and Co.

 

Retherford, Robert D., Lee-Jay Cho, and Nam-Li Kim. 1984. Census-derived estimates of fertility by duration since first marriage in the Republic of Korea. Demography 21(4): 537–58. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 176.

 

Rindfuss, Ronald R., Larry L. Bumpass, James A. Palmore, Mercedes B. Concepcion, Datin Noor Laily Bt. Dato Abu Bakar, Sirisena Gamage, Chanpen Saengtienchai, and Nam Il Kim. 1984. Childspacing in Asia: Similarities and differences. World Fertility Survey Comparative Studies No. 29. Voorburg, Netherlands: Insternational Statistical Institute.

 

Shah, Nasra M., and Peter C. Smith. 1984. Migrant women at work in Asia. In James T. Fawcett, Siew-Ean Khoo, and Peter C. Smith, eds. Women in the cities of Asia: Migration and urban adaptation. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

 

Smith, Peter C., Adelamar Alcantara, and Eliseo A. De Guzman. 1984. An assessment of Philippine cohort nuptiality trends. In Luisa T. Engracia, Corazon Mejia-Raymundo, and John B. Casterline, eds. Fertility in the Philippines: Further analysis of the Republic of the Philippines Fertility Survey, 1978. Voorsburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute, pp. 5–14. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 169 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series, No. 28).

 

Smith, Peter C., Siew-Ean Khoo, and Stella Go. 1984. The migration of women to cities: A comparative perspective. In James T. Fawcett, Siew-Ean Khoo, and Peter C. Smith, eds. Women in the cities of Asia: Migration and urban adaptation.Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

 

1983

 

Bennett, Neil G., and Andrew Mason. 1983. Decision making and sex selection with biased technologies. In Neil G. Bennett, ed. Sex selection of children. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, pp. 101–11. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 193.

 

Chapman, Murray, and R. Mansell Prothero. 1983. Themes on circulation in the Third World. International Migration Review 17(4, Winter): 597–632. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 168 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 26).

 

De Jong, Gordon F., Ricardo G. Abad, Fred Arnold, Benjamin V. Carino, James T. Fawcett, and Robert W. Gardner. 1983. International and internal migration decision-making: A value-expectancy based analytical framework of intentions to move from a rural Philippine province. International Migration Review 17(3, Fall): 470–84. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 167.

 

Fawcett, James T. 1983. Perceptions of the value of children: Satisfaction and costs. In Rodolfo A. Bulatao and Ronald D. Lee, eds. Determinants of fertility in developing countries. Vol. 2. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, pp. 429–57. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 183.

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1983. Population dynamics based on birth intervals and parity progression. Population Studies 37(1, March): 75–89. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 157.

 

Koo, Hagen, and Peter C. Smith. 1983. Migration, the urban informal sector, and earnings in the Philippines. The Sociological Quarterly 24(2, Spring): 219–32. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 155.

 

Kunstadter, Peter. 1983. Highland populations in Northern Thailand. In John McKinnon and Wanat Bhruksasri, eds. Highlanders of Thailand. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, pp. 15–45. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 164.

 

Martin, Linda G., and Suzannne Culter. 1983. Mortality decline and Japanese family structure. Population and Development Review 9(4, December): 633–49. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 161.

 

Martin, Linda G., James Trussell, Florentina Reyes Salvail, and Nasra M. Shah. 1983. Co-variates of child mortality in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Pakistan: An analysis based on hazard models. Population Studies 37(3, November): 417–32. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 160.

 

Ogawa, Naohiro, and Daniel B. Suits. 1983. Retirement policy and Japanese workers: Some results of an opinion survey. International Labour Review 22(6, November–December): 733–46. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 162.

 

Padmanabah, P., L. J. Cho, and Robert D. Retherford. 1983. Recent population trends in South Asia: Proceedings of the conference, New Delhi. New Delhi: Office of the Registrar General, India.

 

Park, Chai Bin. 1983. Preference for sons, family size, and sex ratio: An empirical study in Korea. Demography 20(3, August): 333–52. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 156 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 24).

 

Retherford, Robert D., and James A. Palmore. 1983. Diffusion processes affecting fertility regulation. In Rodolfo A. Bulatao and Ronald D. Lee, eds. Determinants of fertility in developing countries. Vol. 2. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 295–339. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 184.

 

Shah, Nasta M. 1983. Pakistani workers in the Middle East: Volume, trends, and consequences. International Migration Review 17(3, Fall): 410–24. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 166.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1983. The impact of age at marriage and proportions marrying on fertility. In Rodolfo A. Bulatao and Ronald D. Lee, eds. Determinants of fertility in developing countries. Vol. 2. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, pp. 473–531. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 185.

 

Smith, Peter C., Mohammed Shahidullah, and Adelamar N. Alcantara. 1983. Cohort nuptiality in Asia and the Pacific: An analysis of WFS surveys. World Fertility Survey Comparative Studies No. 22. Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.

 

1982

 

Bulatao, Rodolfo A. 1982. The transition in the value of children and the fertility transition. In C. Hohn and R. MacKensen, eds. Determinants of fertility trends: Theories re-examined. Liege: Ordina Editions, pp. 97–122. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 152.

 

Bumpass, Larry, Ronald R. Rindfuss, James A. Palmore, Mercedes Concepcion, and Byoung Mohk Choi. 1982. Intermediate variables and educational differentials in fertility in Korea and the Philippines. Demography 19(2): 241–60. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 144.

 

Fry, Maxwell J., and Andrew Mason. 1982. The variable rate-of-growth effect in the life-cycle saving model. Economic Inquiry 20(3, July): 426–42. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 151 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 12).

 

Hauser, Philip M., and Robert W. Gardner. 1982. Urban future: Trends and prospects. In UNFPA. Population and the urban future. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 1–58. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 146.

 

Hugo, Graeme J. 1982. Circular migration in Indonesia. Population and Development Review 8(1, March): 59–83. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 149.

 

Hugo, Graeme J. 1982. Sources of internal migration data in Indonesia: Their potential and limitations. Indonesian Journal of Demography 17(June): 23–52. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 154.

 

Kee, Poo-Kong. 1982. Motivations for childbearing among Malaysians. Journal of Biosocial Science 14(1, January): 157–66. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 163 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 22).

 

Martin, Linda G. 1982. Japanese response to an aging labor force. Population Research and Policy Review 1(1, January): 19–41. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 135 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 14).

 

Mason, Andrew, and Linda G. Martin. 1982. The intergenerational distribution of income: An analysis of Japan. In Yoram Ben-Porath, ed. Income distribution and the family. Population and Development Review 8(Supplement): 179–91. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 150 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 16).

 

Retherford, Robert D., and G. Mujtaba Mirza. 1982. Evidence of age exaggeration in demographic estimates for Pakistan. Population Studies 36(2, July): 257–70. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 148 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 10).

 

Rindfuss, Ronald R., Larry L. Bumpass, James A. Palmore, and Dae Woo Han. 1982. The transformation of Korean child-spacing practices. Population Studies 36(1, March): 87–104. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 142 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 11).

 

Smith, Peter C. 1982. Contrasting marriage patterns and fertility in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines compared. In Lado Ruzicka, ed. Nuptiality and fertility. Liege: Ordina Editions, pp. 363–93. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 143 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series, No. 8).

 

Smith, Peter C., and Shui-Meng Ng. 1982. The components of population change in nineteenth-century South-east Asia: Village data from the Philippines. Population Studies 36(2, July): 237–55. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 147 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 6).

 

Thapa, Shyam, and Robert D. Retherford. 1982. Infant mortality estimates based on the 1976 Nepal Fertility Survey. Population Studies 36(1, March): 61–80. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 141 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 3).

 

1981

 

Arthur, W. Brian. 1981. Why a population converges to stability. American Mathematical Monthly 88(8, October): 557–63. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 158.

 

Bulatao, Rodolfo A. 1981. Values and disvalues of children in successive childbearing decisions. Demography 18(1, February): 1–25. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 129.

 

Bulatao, Rodolfo A., and James T. Fawcett. 1981. Dynamic perspectives in the study of fertility decision-making: Successive decisions within a fertility career. In International Population Conference, Manila. Vol. 1. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, pp. 433–49. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 138.

 

Chapman, Murray. 1981. Policy implications of circulation: Some answers from the grassroots. In G.W. Jones and H.V. Richter, eds. Population mobility and development: Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Development Studies Centre Monograph No. 27. Canberra: Australian National University, pp. 71–87. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 136.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay, and Louise Kantrow. 1981. Comparative analysis of fertility orientations: World Fertility Survey findings. In Gerry E. Hendershot and Paul J. Placek, eds. Predicting fertility: Demographic studies of birth expectations. Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath and Company, pp. 265–87. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 175.

 

Freedman, Ronald, Siew-Ean Khoo, and Bondan Supraptilah. 1981. Use of modern contraceptives in Indonesia: A challenge to the conventional wisdom. International Family Planning Perspectives 7(1, March): 3–15. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 130.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Daniel B. Suits. 1981. Computing the level and distribution of gains from fertility reduction. Research in Population Economics 3.

 

Nam, Duck-Woo, and Ro Kong-Kyun. 1981. Population research and population policy in Korea in the 1970s. Population and Development Review 7(4, December): 651–69. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 137.

 

Park, Chai Bin. 1981, Attributable risk for recurrent events: An extension of Levin's measure. American Journal of Epidemiology 113(5, May): 491–93. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 132.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Gek-Ching Thai. 1981. The effect of alternative parameterization of the underlying model life table family on infant mortality trends derived by Feeney's method. Genus 37(1–2, January–June): 153–57. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 153 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 5).

 

Robinson, Warren C., Makhdoom A. Shah, and Nasra M. Shah. 1981. The family planning program in Pakistan: What went wrong? International Family Planning Perspectives 7(3, September): 85–92. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 134.

 

Shah, Nasra M., and Elizabeth Q. Butatao. 1981. Purdah and family planning in Pakistan. International Family Planning Perspectives 7(1, March): 32–37. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 131.

 

Shah, Nasra M., and Tauseef Ahmed. 1981. The unmet need for contraception in Pakistan: A review of program targets. International Family Planning Perspectives 8(1, March): 33–39. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 140 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 18).

 

Singhanetra-Renard, Anchalee. 1981. Mobility in North Thailand: A view from within. In G. W. Jones and H. V. Richter, eds. Population mobility and development: Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Development Studies Centre Monograph No. 27. Canberra: Australian National University, pp. 137–66. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 145.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1981. Contrasting marriage patterns and fertility in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines compared. In Ladislav Ruzika, ed. Nuptiality and fertility.Liege: Ordina.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1981. Migration, sex, and occupations in urban Indonesia and Thailand. In International Population Conference, Manila. Vol. 3. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, pp. 99–122. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 139 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series, No. 21).

 

Smith, Peter C., and Paul P. L. Cheung. 1981. Social origins and sex-differential schooling in the Philippines. Comparative Education Review 25(1, February): 28–44. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 127.

 

Yusuf, Farhat, and Robert D. Retherford. 1981. Urban-rural fertility differentials in Pakistan. Journal of Biosocial Science 13(4, October): 491–99. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 159 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 24).

 

Arnold, Fred. 1979. Providing medical services to undocumented immigrants: Costs and public policy. International Migration Review 13(4): 706–15. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 116.

 

Chung, Chin Sik, Patricia G. Steinhoff, Ming-Pi Mi, Roy G. Smith, and Thomas A. Burch. 1979. Completeness and accuracy of reporting induced abortions performed in Hawaii’s hospitals, 1970–74. Public Health Reports 94(5, September–October): 454–58. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 114.

 

Fawcett, James T. 1979. Singapore’s population policies in perspective. In Peter S. J. Chen and James T. Fawcett, eds. Public policy and population change in Singapore. New York: The Population Council, pp. 3–17. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 117.

 

Fawcett, James T., and Peter S. J. Chen. 1979. Public policy and population change: An appraisal of the Singapore experience. In Peter S. J. Chen and James T. Fawcett, eds. Public policy and population change in Singapore. New York: The Population Council, pp. 243–58. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 117.

 

Khoo, Siew-Ean. 1979. Measuring the Thai family planning program’s impact on fertility rates: A comparison of computer models. Studies in Family Planning 10(4, April): 137–45. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 107.

 

Kunstadter, Peter. 1979. Ethnic group, category, and identity: Karen in Northern Thailand. In Charles F. Keyes, ed. Ethnic adaptation and identity: The Karen on the Thai frontier with Burma. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of Human Issues, pp. 119–63. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 120.

 

Park, Chai Bin, Seung Hyun Han, and Minja Kim Choe. 1979. The effect of infant death on subsequent fertility in Korea and the role of family planning. American Journal of Public Health 69(6, June): 557–65. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 110.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1979. A theory of rapid fertility decline in homogeneous populations. Studies in Family Planning 10(2, February): 61–67. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 106 (formerly East-West Center Working Papers: Population Series No. 1).

 

Schroeder, Robert, and Robert D. Retherford. 1979. Application of the own-children method of fertility estimation to an anthropological census of a Nepalese village. Demography India 8(1–2, January–December): 247–56. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 133.

 

Shah, Nasra M. 1979. Past and current contraceptive use in Pakistan. Studies in Family Planning 10(5, May): 164–73. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 109.

 

Shah, Nasra M., and James A. Palmore. 1979. Desired family size and contraceptive use in Pakistan. International Family Planning Perspectives 5(4, December): 143–50. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 115.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1979. Demographic history: An approach to the study of the Filipino past. In John A. Larkin, ed. Perspectives on Philippine historiography: A symposium. Monograph No. 21. New Haven: Yale University, Southeast Asia Studies, pp. 27–46. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 111.

 

Steinhoff, Patricia G., Roy G. Smith, James A. Palmore, Milton Diamond, and C. S. Chung. 1979. Women who obtain repeat abortions: A study based on record linkage. Family Planning Perspectives 11(1, January/February). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 103.

 

1978

 

Bulatao, Rodolfo A. 1978. The value of a Filipino child: Pleasure and profit against cost and concern. In Population of the Philippines. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) Country Monograph No. 5, pp. 160–71. Bangkok: United Nations. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 113.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1978. Fertility preferences in five Asian countries. International Family Planning Perspectives and Digest 4(1, Spring). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 89.

 

Cho, Lee Jay, and Robert D. Retherford. 1978. Own children fertility estimates by duration since first marriage: Preliminary results for Cheju Province, Republic of Korea. Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter 4(1): 6–10.

 

Fawcett, James T. 1978. The value and cost of the first child. In Warren B. Miller and Lucile F. Newman, eds. The first child and family formation. Chapel Hill: Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, pp. 244–65. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 96.

 

Gardner, Robert W., and Robert C. Schmitt. 1978. Ninety-seven years of mortality in Hawaii. Hawaii Medical Journal 37(10, October): 297–302. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 100.

 

Khoo, Siew-Ean, and Chai Bin Park. 1978. The effect of family planning programs on fertility decline in four Asian countries. International Family Planning Perspectives and Digest 4(3, Fall): 67–73. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 98.

 

Kunstadter, Peter. 1978. Child mortality and maternal parity: Some policy implications. International Family Planning Perspectives and Digest 4(3, Fall): 75–85. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 99.

 

Park, Chai Bin. 1978. The fourth Korean child: The effect of son preference on subsequent fertility. Journal of Biosocial Science 10(1, January): 95–106. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 87. .

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1978. Single year computational procedures used in the own children method of fertility estimation. Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter 4(3): 5–8.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Lee-Jay Cho. 1978. Age-parity-specific birth rates and birth probabilities from census or survey data on own children. Population Studies 32(3, November): 567–81. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 102.

 

Retherford, Robert D., Minja Kim Choe, and A. Wanglee. 1978. An improved procedure for adjusting for omissions and age misreporting of children in the own children method of fertility estimation. Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter 4(4): 5–7.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Naohiro Ogawa. 1978. Decomposition of the change in the total fertility rate in the Republic of Korea, 1966–1970. Social Biology 25(2, Summer): 115–27. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 97.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1978. Crisis mortality in the nineteenth century Philippines: Data from parish records. Journal of Asian Studies 38(1, November): 51–76. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 101.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1978. Trends and differentials in nuptiality. In Population of the Philippines. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) Country Monograph No. 5. Bangkok: United Nations. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 105.

 

Smith, Roy G., James A. Palmore, and Patricia G. Steinhoff. 1978. The potential reduction of medical complications and induced abortions. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics 15(4, January/February): 337–46. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 91.

 

Suits, Daniel B., Andrew Mason, and Louis Chan. 1978. Spline functions fitted by standard regression methods. Review of Economics and Statistics 60(1, February): 132–39. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 90.

 

1977

 

Arthur, W. Brian, and Geoffrey McNicoll. 1977. Optimal time paths with age-dependence: A theory of population policy. The Review of Economic Studies 44(1, February): 111–23. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 112.

 

Bulatao, Rodolfo A., and Fred Arnold. 1977. Relationships between the value and cost of children and fertility: Cross-cultural evidence. In International Population Conference, Mexico. Vol. 1, pp. 141–56. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 92.

 

Engracia, Luisa, Robert D. Retherford, Lee-Jay Cho, and Peter C. Smith. 1977. Estimates of fertility in the Philippines derived by the own-children method: 1960–1968. Monograph Series No. 9. Manila: Philippines National Census and Statistics Office.

 

Fawcett, James T. 1977. The value and cost of children: Converging theory and research. In Lado T. Ruzicka, ed. The economic and social supports for high fertility. Proceedings of a Conference held in Canberra, Australia, 16–18 November 1976, pp. 91–114. Family and Fertility Change: Changing African Family Project, Monograph No. 2. Canberra: Australian National University. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 108.

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1977. Estimation of demographic parameters from census and vital registration data. In International Population Conference, Mexico. Vol. 3, pp. 349–70. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 93.

 

Grindstaff, Carl F. 1977. The Canadian pharmacist and family planning. Family Planning Perspectives 9(2, March/April): 81–84. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 83.

 

Hauser, Philip M. 1977. The measurement of labour utilization: More empirical results. Malayan Economic Review 22(1, April): 10–25. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 85.

 

Mak, James, Andrew Mason, Edward Henry, Jr., Milton Lau, Denis Lee, Doris Lee, Ted Luke, William Palmer, Robert Suzuki, Eric Tom, and Clinton Yamasaki. 1977. Impact of alternative population growth trends on public sector costs. In Growth management issues in Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaii State Department of Budget and Finance, pp. 205–98.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Neil G. Bennett. 1977. Implications of a biased sex selection technique. Intercom 5(July): 6.

 

Mason, Andrew, and Neil G. Bennett. 1977. Sex selection with biased technologies and its effect on the population sex ratio. Demography 14(3, August): 285–96. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 86.

 

Nordyke, Eleanor C., and Y. Scott Matsumoto. 1977. The Japanese in Hawaii: A historical and demographic perspective. Hawaiian Journal of History 11:162–74. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 95.

 

Park, Chai Bin, and Lee-Jay Cho. 1977. The Euiryong experiment: A Korean innovation in household contraceptive distribution. Studies in Family Planning 8(3, March): 67–76. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 84.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Neil G. Bennett. 1977. Sampling variability of own-children fertility estimates. Demography 14(4, November): 571–80. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 88.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1977. The evolving pattern of interregional migration in the Philippines. The Philippine Economic Journal 16(1–2): 121–59. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 104.

 

Smith, Peter C., and Lita J. Domingo. 1977. The social structure of underutilized labor in the Philippines: An application of Hauser’s labor utilization framework. Philippine Review of Business and Economics 14(2, December): 29–63. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 94.

 

1976

 

Chapman, Murray. 1976. Tribal mobility as circulation: A Solomon Islands example of micro/macro linkages. In Leszek A. Kosinski and John W. Webb, eds. Population at microscale. Auckland: New Zealand Geographical Society, pp. 127–42. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 78.

 

Fong, Monica S. 1976. Female labor force participation and fertility: Some methodological and theoretical considerations. Social Biology 23(1, Spring): 45–54. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 76.

 

McNicoll, Geoffrey. 1976. Economic-demographic models. In Leon Tabah, ed. Population growth and economic development in the Third World. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Ordina Editions, pp. 649–76. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 75.

 

Muecke, Marjorie A. 1976. Health care systems as socializing agents: Childbearing the North Thai and Western ways. Social Science and Medicine 10(7/8, July/August): 377–83. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 80.

 

Palmore, James A. 1976. Demographic evaluation systems and psychological research designs. In Sidney H. Newman and Vaida D. Thompson, eds. Population psychology: Research and educational issues. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, pp. 19–26. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 81.

 

Paqueo, Vicente, and Peter C. Smith. 1976. Economic-demographic models: Uses, limitations, and research problems. In Rodolfo Bulatao, ed. Philippine population research. Makati, Philippines: Population Center Foundation.

 

Park, Chai Bin. 1976. Lifetime probability of additional births by age and parity for American women, 1935–1968: A measurement of period fertility. Demography 13(1, February). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 72.

 

Pirie, Peter. 1976. T he demographic effects of local socioeconomic change on small populations: A Samoan example. In Leszek A. Kosinski and John W. Webb, eds. Population at microscale. Auckland: New Zealand Geographical Society, pp. 79–92. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 79.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1976. The social demography of Filipino migrations abroad. International Migration Review 10(3, Fall): 307–53. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 82.

 

Smith, Roy G., Patricia G. Steinhoff, James A. Palmore, and Catherine Daly. 1976. Method of payment: Relation to abortion complications. Health and Social Work 1(2, May); 6–28. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 77.

 

Smith, Roy G., Patricia G. Steinhoff, James A. Palmore, and Charlotte Payne. 1976. The utilization of conception cohorts for the evaluation of family planning programs. Contraception 13(4, April): 515–30. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 73.

 

1975

 

Chapman, Murray. 1975. Population geography and the island Pacific. Pacific Viewpoint 16(2, September): 177–88. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 69.

 

Feeney, Griffith. 1975. Demographic concepts and techniques for the study of small populations. In Vern Carroll, ed. Pacific atoll populations. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, pp. 220–63. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 66.

 

Flieger, Wilhelm, and Peter C. Smith, eds. 1975. A demographic path to modernity: Patterns of early-transition in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

 

Jedlicka, Davor. 1975. Sequential analysis of perceived commitment to partners in premarital coitus. Journal of Marriage and the Family 37(2, May): 385–90. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 63.

 

Kaku, Kane, and Y. Scott Matsumoto. 1975. Influence of a folk superstition on fertility of Japanese in California and Hawaii. American Journal of Public Health 65(2, February): 170–74. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 65.

 

Kunstadter, Peter. 1975. The comparative anthropological study of medical systems in society. In Arthur Kleinman, Peter Kunstadter, E. Russell Alexander, and James L. Gale, eds. Medicine in Chinese cultures: Comparative studies in health care in Chinese and other societies. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, pp. 683–95. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 74.

 

Palmore, James A., Ramesh Chander, and Dorothy Z. Fernandez. 1975. The demographic situation in Malaysia. In John F. Kantner and Lee McCaffrey, eds. Population and development in Southeast Asia. Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Company, pp. 57–82. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 70.

 

Palmore, James A., Michael J. Furlong, Francis X. Buchmeier, Insook Han Park, and Laura M. Souder. 1975. Family planning opinion leadership in Korea: 1971. Journal of East and West Studies 4(2, November): 27–41. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 71.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1975. The changing sex differential in mortality. University of California, Berkeley, International Population and Urban Research Center, Studies in Population and Urban Demography No. 1. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1975. Changing patterns of nuptiality. In Wilhelm Flieger and Peter C. Smith, eds. A demographic path to modernity. Quezon City: Population Institute, University of the Philippines, pp. 41–81. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 62.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1975. Fertility and nuptiality: The local area mosaic. In Wilhelm Flieger and Peter C. Smith, eds. A demographic path to modernity. Quezon City: Population Institute, University of the Philippines, pp. 201–33. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 68.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1975. Philippine nuptiality in the twentieth century. In John F. Kantner and Lee McCaffrey, eds. Population and social change in Southeast Asia. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1975. Regional fertility and nuptiality indices for 1960. In Peter C. Smith and Wilhelm Flieger, eds. A demographic path to modernity. Quezon City: University of the Philippines.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1975. The turn-of-the-century birth rate: Estimates from birth registration and age structure. In Peter C. Smith and Wilhelm Flieger, eds. A demographic path to modernity. Quezon City: University of the Philippines.

 

Steinhoff, Patricia G., James A. Palmore, Roy G. Smith, Donald E. Morisky, and Ronald Pion. 1975. Pregnancy planning in Hawaii. Family Planning Perspectives 7(3, May/June): 138–42. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 64..

 

1974

 

Chapman, Murray. 1974. Mobility in a non-literate society: Method and analysis for two Guadalcanal communities. In Leszek A. Kosinski and R. Mansell Prothero, eds. People on the move: Studies on internal migration. New York: Methuen, pp. 129–45. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 57.

 

Chung, Betty Jamie. 1974. Social and psychological aspects of fertility in Hong Kong. In Henry P. David and Sung Jin Lee, eds. Social and psychological aspects of fertility in Asia: Proceedings of the technical seminar. Choonchun, Korea, 7–9 November 1973, pp. 23–30. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 47.

 

Encarnacion, Jose, Jr., Mahar Mangahas, Vicente Paqueo, and Peter C. Smith. 1974. An economic-demographic model of the Philippines. In Agustin Kintanar, Jr., Romeo M. Bautista, Mercedes B. Concepcion, Jose Encarnacion, Jr., Mahar Mangahas, Vicente B. Paqueo, and Peter C. Smith, eds. Studies in Philippine economic-demographic relationships. Quezon City, Philippines: Institute of Economic Development and Research.

 

Fawcett, James T. 1974. Psychological research on family size and family planning in the United States. Professional Psychology 5(3, August): 334–44. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 55.

 

Fuller, Gary A. 1974. On the spatial diffusion of fertility decline: The distance-to-clinic variable in a Chilean community. Economic Geography 50(4, October): 324–32. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 59.

 

Fuller, Gary, and Murray Chapman. 1974. On the role of mental maps in migration research. International Migration Review 8(4, Winter): 491–506. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 60.

 

Hanley, Susan B. 1974. Fertility, mortality, and life expectancy in pre-modern Japan. Population Studies 28(1, March): 127–42. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 48.

 

Hauser, Philip M. 1974. The measurement of labour utilization: More empirical results. Malayan Economic Review 22(1, April): 10–25. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 85.

 

Kintanar, Agustin, Jr., Romeo M. Bautista, Mercedes B. Concepcion, Jose Encarnacion Jr., Mahar Mangahas, Vicente B. Paqueo, and Peter C. Smith. 1974. Studies in Philippine economic-demographic relationships. Quezon City, Philippines: Institute of Economic Development and Research.

 

Kukherji, Shekhar P. 1974. A spatio-temporal model of the mobility patterns in a multi-ethnic population, Hawaii. In Leszek A. Kosinski and R. Mansell Prothero, eds. People on the move: Studies on internal migration. New York: Methuen, pp. 325–46. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 58.

 

Kunstadter, Peter. 1974. Footnotes on implications of aggregated data used in population simulation. In Bennett Dyke and Jean Walters MacCluer, eds. Computer simulation in human population studies. San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 435–46. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 61.

 

Miu, Kenneth L. K., and Gary Fuller. 1974. A note on residential segregation in Honolulu. Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers 6. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 56.

 

Palmore, James A. 1974. Social and psychological aspects of fertility in the United States. In Henry P. David and Sung Jin Lee, eds. Social and psychological aspects of fertility in Asia: Proceedings of the technical seminar. Choonchun, Korea, 7–9 November 1973, pp. 69–101. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 46.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1974. Tobacco smoking and sex ratios in the United States. Social Biology 21(1, Spring): 28–38. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 49.

 

Yengoyan, Aram A. 1974. Demographic and economic aspects of poverty in the rural Philippines. Comparative Studies in Society and History 16(1): 58–72. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 45.

 

1973

 

Bin Marzuki, Ariffin, and James A. Palmore. 1973. A third-year progress report on the West Malaysian Family Survey. In Proceedings of the Combined Conference on Evaluation of Malaysia National Family Planning Programme and East Asia Population Programmes (18–25 March 1970). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 37.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1973. The own-children approach to fertility estimation: An elaboration. In International Population Conference. Vol. 2, pp. 263–79. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 50.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay, and Monica Fong. 1973. Population problems of the countries of Asia. Journal of the East and West Studies 1(April). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 38.

 

Diamond, Milton, James A. Palmore, Roy G. Smith, and Patricia G. Steinhoff. 1973. Abortion in Hawaii. Family Planning Perspectives 5(1, Winter). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 52.

 

Diamond, Milton, Patricia G. Steinhoff, James A. Palmore, and Roy G. Smith. 1973. Sexuality, birth control, and abortion: A decision-making sequence. Journal of Biosocial Science 5(3, July): 347–61. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 54.

 

Fawcett, James, A. Howard, P. Kunstadter, and Robert D. Retherford. 1973. Population research in Thailand: A review and bibliography. Honolulu: East-West Population Institute; Bangkok: Institute of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University.

 

Fawcett, James T. 1973. Psychological determinants of nuptiality. In International Population Conference. Vol. 2, pp. 19–30. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 43.

 

Fawcett, James T., and Fred S. Arnold. 1973. The value of children: Theory and method. Representative Research in Social Psychology 4(1, January): 23–35. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 35.

 

Fawcett, James T., and Marc H. Bornstein. 1973. Modernization, individual modernity, and fertility. In Psychological perspectives on population. New York: Basic Books, pp. 106–31. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 36.

 

Feeney, Griffith M. 1973. Two models for multi-regional population dynamics. Environment and Planning 5(1, February): 31–43. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 31.

 

Fuller, Gary A. 1973. The diffusion of illegal abortion in Santiago de Chile: The use of a direction-bias model. Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers 5:71–74. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 41.

 

Hauser, Philip M. 1973. A sociological perspective on family planning programs . In International Population Conference. Vol. 3, pp. 303–18. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 44.

 

Nordyke, Eleanor C. 1973. In-migration versus fertility as factors in Hawaii’s population growth. Hawaii Medical Journal 32(4, July–August): 207–12. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 39..

 

Overbeek, Johannes. 1973. Mercantilism, physiocracy, and population theory. South African Journal of Economics 41(2): 167–74. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 42.

 

Overbeek, Johannes. 1973. Wicksell on population. Economic Development and Cultural Change 21(2, January): 205–11. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 34.

 

Palmore, James A., and Chai Bin Park. 1973. Population policy and family planning programs in Asia and the Pacific. Lawasia 4(2, December): 102–17. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 67.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1973. Cigarette smoking and widowhood in the United States. Population Studies 27(2, July): 193–206. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 40.

 

Retherford, Robert D., and Lee-Jay Cho. 1973. Comparative analysis of recent fertility trends in East Asia. In International Population Conference. Vol. 2, pp. 163–81. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 51.

 

Smith, Roy G., Patricia G. Steinhoff, James A. Palmore, and Milton Diamond. 1973. Abortion in Hawaii: 1970–1971. Hawaii Medical Journal 32(4, July–August): 213–20. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 53.

 

1972

 

Demeny, Paul. 1972. Early fertility decline in Austria-Hungary: A lesson in demographic transition. In D. V. Glass and Roger Revelle, eds. Population and social change. London: Edward Arnold, pp. 153–72. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 25.

 

Hanley, Susan B. 1972. Toward an analysis of demographic and economic change in Tokugawa Japan: A village study. Journal of Asian Studies 31(3, May): 515–37. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 23.

 

Hanley, Susan B., and Kozo Yamamura. 1972. Population trends and economic growth in pre-industrial Japan. In D. V. Glass and Roger Revelle, eds. Population and social change. London: Edward Arnold, pp. 451–99. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 26.

 

Matsumoto, Y. Scott, Akira Koisumi, and Tadahiro Nohara. 1972. Condom use in Japan. Studies in Family Planning 3(10, October): 251–55. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 28.

 

Nordyke, Eleanor, and Charles B. Odom. 1972. A family planning clinic on campus: First year experience at the University of Hawaii. American Journal of Public Health 62(9, September): 1249–51. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 29.

 

Palmore, James A. 1972. Population change, conjugal status and the family. In Population aspects of social development. United Nations Asian Population Studies Series, No. 11. October. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 32.

 

Pirie, Peter. 1972. The effects of treponematosis and gonorrhoea on the populations of the Pacific Islands. Oceania 1(3, February): 187–206. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 24.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1972. Population aspects of social development. In Population aspects of social development. United Nations Asian Population Studies Series, No. 11. October. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 33.

 

Retherford, Robert D. 1972. Tobacco smoking and the sex morality differential. Demography 9(2, May): 203–16. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 21.

 

Yengoyan, Aram A. 1972. Biological and demographic factors in aboriginal Australian socioeconomic organization. Oceania 43(2, December): 85–95. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 30.

 

1971

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1971. Economic and demographic influences on the family in Korea. In The family in transition. Fogarty International Center Proceedings No. 3. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 139–53. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 19.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1971. Korea: Estimating current fertility from the 1966 census. Studies in Family Planning 2(3, March): 74–78. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 7.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1971. On estimating annual birth rates from census data on children. In Proceedings of the American Statistical Association: Social Statistics Section, pp. 86–96. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 22.

 

Cho, Lee-Jay. 1971. Preliminary estimates of fertility for Korea. Population Index 37(1, January–March): 3–8. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 15.

 

Demeny, Paul. 1971. The economics of population control. In Rapid population growth. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, pp. 199–221. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 11.

 

Demeny, Paul. 1971. Some methods of estimation for statistically underdeveloped areas. In Henry S. Shryock, Jacob S. Siegel, et al., eds. The methods and materials of demography. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pp. 810–38, 881–88. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 17.

 

Fuller, Gary A. 1971. The geography of prophylaxis: An example of intuitive schemes and spatial competition in Latin America. Antipode 3(1, November): 21–30. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 20.

 

Keyfitz, Nathan. 1971. How birth control affects births. Social Biology 18(2, June): 109–21. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 16.

 

Keyfitz, Nathan. 1971. Linkages of intrinsic to age-specific rates. Journal of the American Statistical Association 66(334, June): 275–81. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 14.

 

Keyfitz, Nathan. 1971. Migration as a means of population control. Population Studies 25(1, March): 63–72. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 8.

 

Keyfitz, Nathan. 1971. The numbers and distribution of mankind. In W. W. Murdoch, ed. Environment: Resources, pollution, and society. Stanford, CT: Sinauer Associates, Inc., pp.31–52.  East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 18.

 

Keyfitz, Nathan. 1971. On the momentum of population growth. Demography 8(1, February): 71–80. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 6.

 

Marshall, John F. 1971. Topics and networks in intra-village communication. In Steven Polgar, ed. Culture and population: A collection of current studies. Monograph 9. Chapel Hill: Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, pp. 160–66. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 5.

 

Palmore, James A., Paul M. Hirsch, and Ariffin bin Marzuki. 1971. Interpersonal communication and the diffusion of family planning in Malaysia. Demography 8(3, August): 411–25. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 13.

 

Park, Chai Bin, and Y. Scott Matsumoto. 1971. Hawaii life table values by causes of death: 1959–61. Hawaii Medical Journal 30(3, May–June): 184–90. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 9.

 

Rosario, Florangel Z. 1971. The leader in family planning and the two-step flow model. Journalism Quarterly 48(2, Summer):288–97, 303. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 10.

 

Smith, Peter C. 1971. Regional and provincial differentials in marriage and family building: 1960. Philippine Sociological Review 19(3–4): 159–81.

 

1970

 

Demeny, Paul. 1970. Causes and consequences of excess fertility. In A report on a family planning conference. Monograph No. 7. Chapel Hill: Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, pp. 33–44. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 2.

 

Demeny, Paul. 1970. Zero population growth: A comment. Population Index 36(4 October–December): 459–65. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 12.

 

Palmore, James A., Robert E. Klein, and Ariffin bin Marzuki. 1970. Class and family in a modernizing society. American Journal of Sociology 76(3, November): 375–98. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 4.

 

Pirie, Peter N. D. 1970. Samoa: Two approaches to population and resource problems. In Wilbur Zelinsky, Leszek A. Kosinski, and R. Mansell Prothero, eds. Geography and a crowding world. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 493–508. East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 3.

1969

 

Chapman, Murray. 1969. A population study in south Guadalcanal: Some results and implications. Oceania 40(2, December). East-West Center Reprints: Population Series No. 1.

 

1968

 

Smith, Peter C. 1968. Age at marriage: Trends and prospects. Philippine Sociological Review 16(1–2): 1–16.