Family Demography in Asia
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Family Demography in Asia

A Comparative Analysis of Fertility Preferences

Edited by Stuart Gietel-Basten, John Casterline and Minja K. Choe

The demographic future of Asia is a global issue. As the biggest driver of population growth, an understanding of patterns and trends in fertility throughout Asia is critical to understand our shared demographic future. This is the first book to comprehensively and systematically analyse fertility across the continent through the perspective of individuals themselves rather than as a consequence of top-down government policies.
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Geographic index Bangladesh 30–51 additional children 43 adjusted odds ratio 40–42 age with preference 43 annual remittance to 34 changing 37–43 childbearing 32 contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) 31–2 drivers of change of fertility preferences in...

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