Economic Demography, Volume 1

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T. Paul Schultz
Edward Elgar Pub., Jan 1, 1998 - Social Science - 1224 pages
The field of economic demography has expanded in recent years because of the perceived relevance of economic constraints to family formation and to demographic behaviour. [The increased availability of household surveys from countries at all levels of development and the advances of methods for analysing such data have encouraged empirical extensions and the testing of household demand theories.]

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