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Key questions on Fertility & Education

  • Channon, M. (2017) Son preference and family limitation in Pakistan: A parity and contraceptive method–specific analysis. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health.
  • Channon, M. (Forthcoming) A comment on the state of research into women’s empowerment and family planning. Population Horizons
  • Channon, M. & Harper, S. (under preparation) How education mitigates the realisation of fertility intentions: Is sub-Saharan Africa different?
  • Leeson, G. (2017) Blog - Rainy season in Costa Rica
  • Howse, K. (2017). Revisionism in the Rationale for Population Policies. Population Horizons, 13(1), pp. 1-8 doi:10.1515/pophzn-2016-0006
  • Robinson, R. (2017). Population Policy Adoption in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Interplay of Global and Local Forces. Population Horizons, 13(1), pp. 9-18.  doi:10.1515/pophzn-2016-0001
  • Hailemariam, A. (2017). Implementation of the Population Policy of Ethiopia: Achievements and Challenges. Population Horizons, 13(1), pp. 19-30.  doi:10.1515/pophzn-2016-0002
  • Hosseini-Chavoshi, M., Abbasi-Shavazi, M. & McDonald, P. (2017). Fertility, Marriage, and Family Planning in Iran: Implications for Future Policy. Population Horizons, 13(1), pp. 31-40. Retrieved 24 Nov. 2017, from doi:10.1515/pophzn-2016-0005
  • Melkamu, Y. (2017). Comment on the paper “Population Policy Adoption in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Interplay of Global and Local Forces” by Rachel Sullivan Robinson. Population Horizons, 13(1), pp. 41-42 doi:10.1515/pophzn-2016-0007