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  • Family size and children's education in Thailand : evidence from a national sample
  • Analysis of a large, nationally representative survey shows that family size exerts a substantial negative influence on the probability that a child will attend secondary school in Thailand. The extent and the level of schooling at which this effect
  • Income distribution, city size and urban growth: a final re-examination
  • Croissance urbaine ; Géographie humaine ; Modèle ; Revenu familial ; Taille des villes ; Ville
  • Family planning and family size determination. The evidence from seven Latin American cities
  • Family size and unemployment in a multiply deprived urban area
  • Desired family size and its determinants among urban Nigerian women : a two-stage analysis
  • Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Family size ; Family structure ; Household ; Japan ; Population ageing ; Regional disparities
  • Regional characteristics of Japanese people's concept for household formation and factors of spatiotemporal household composition patterns are identified by analyzing household size, family composition, and household formation. Urban concentration
  • Income distribution, city size and urban growth: the final reply
  • Croissance urbaine ; Géographie humaine ; Modèle ; Revenu familial ; Taille des villes ; Ville
  • Fertility and family planning in Fiji
  • Birth control ; Birth rate ; Demography ; Family ; Family size ; Fertility ; Fiji
  • Changes in commuting flows in metropolitan areas, Japan : effects of cohort size and female labour
  • The purpose of this study is to consider the changes in commuting flow in the three major metropolitan areas in Japan in terms of cohort size and female labour using longitudinal data on residential, occupational and family careers and cohort
  • The effects of metropolitan job growth on the size distribution of family income
  • Croissance de l'emploi ; Economie locale ; Emploi ; Etats-Unis ; Impact économique ; Marché local du travail ; Modèle ; Niveau de vie ; Revenu familial ; Ville
  • Economic impact ; Employment ; Family income ; Living standard ; Local economy ; Local labour market ; Model ; Town ; United States of America
  • Returns to scale to family size-who gains from high fertility?
  • Demographic behaviour ; Family ; Family size ; Fertility ; Living standard ; Marriage ; Probability ; Society ; United States
  • -économique et familial.
  • Children ; Demography ; Divorce ; Economic cost ; Family ; Family size ; Family structure ; Fertility ; France ; Household ; Legislation ; Marriage ; Matrimonial status ; Social change ; Well-being
  • Les transformations du cadre familial: évolution de l'environnement familial des enfants, place des enfants dans l'histoire des couples. La niveau de vie des familles et de leurs enfants: évolution du coût de l'enfant, changement social, familles
  • Birth control ; China ; Family size ; Natality ; Population ; Population policy
  • housing, the A. used data for age, family size, and occupation. - (KA)
  • Les enfants et leur environnement familial au recensement de 1990
  • Age group ; Children ; Demographic structure ; Family ; Family size ; France ; Kinship structure ; Social environment ; Society ; Socio-professional category ; Young people
  • Czech Republic ; Demography ; Divorce ; Family ; Forecast ; Household ; Marriage rate ; Mortality ; Population
  • The forecast is based on three variants of further expected development of nuptiality, divorce as well as mortality, changing population composition according to family status. Of course, the discussion on the average complex households minimum
  • possible size remains open. The answer will result only from the forecast and composition which is being prepared for Prague, in all variants. - (MS)
  • Eastern Europe ; Europe ; Family ; Family size ; Fertility ; Population policy ; Public assistance
  • Demographic change ; Family ; Family size ; Frontier region ; History ; Migration ; Village ; Yougoslavia
  • Children ; Education ; Family ; Family size ; Health ; Infant mortality ; Population ; Third World ; United States of America ; Vietnam