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  • Trends in fertility in the Czech Republic and Slovakia in the end of 20th century
  • Comparative study ; Czech Republic ; Demography ; Fertility ; Slovak Republic
  • A comparative study of fertility development in both republic covers the main periods : the course of demographic revolution (1920-1940) and the development of fertility level after the World War II. Total fertility rate, mean age of women
  • Fertility changes in the Republic of Ireland during the 1970s
  • The Decrease of fertility in Norway: the spread of an innovation
  • Le Croissant fertile. Naissance, définition et usages d'un concept géohistorique
  • Antiquité ; Concept ; Croissant fertile ; Géographie historique
  • Pourquoi inventer le Croissant fertile ? Quelles limites ? Quelles utilisations ?
  • Changes in the pattern of fertility in the Republic of Ireland
  • This article utilises a set of indices devised by Coale (1967) in order to examine changes in fertility in the Irish Republic over the last 50years. By European standards, Irish fertility is very high. There are important spatial differentials
  • in fertilyty which are reflected not only in the patterns of variation in overall fertility, marital fertility and proportions married but also in the degree to which these indices have changed between 1926 and 1971. Recent variations in the birth rate
  • are indicative of the balance between further declines in marital fertility and increases in proportion married and it is likely that the birth rate will continue to fluctuate during the next few years as a result of these two contrasting trends.
  • Spatial differentiation of fertility in Poland : 1975-1987
  • The geographical approach to fertility
  • Congress ; Demography ; Fertility ; Poland ; Population geography ; Region ; Rural population ; Urban population ; Woman
  • The article is confined mainly to a statistical description and cartographic illustration of fertility rates which were examined at the level of voivodships with an additional division into urban and rural areas.―(DG)
  • Situation and outlook of China's chemical fertilizer industry
  • Agricultural use ; Chemical industry ; China ; Consumption ; Fertilizer ; Industry ; Nitrogen
  • China has made remarkable progress in chemical fertilizer industry in the past decades. The consumption in the past 46 years was 75% produced domestically and 25% imported from abroad. High concentration fertilizers shall be developed as a major
  • The potential impact of fertility-related policies on future fertility developments in the Czech Republic : analysis based on surveys conducted in the 1990s
  • Czech Republic ; Demography ; Fertility ; Population policy
  • Since 1996 total fertility rate in Czech Republic has been below 1,2. But two children remained the desired number for majority of young people. The highest potential impact of possible new measures has been registered for respondents aged 25-34
  • Soil fertility of Madhuban Village in Azamgarh District
  • Patterns of marital unions and fertility in Guadeloupe and Martinique
  • Trends and ethnic variation in the fertility of the population of Singapore
  • Fertility and mortality estimation from the Panama retrospective demographic survey, 1976
  • Fertility, society, and food in India in Rural development.
  • Fertility change in Sri Lanka since the war: an analysis of the experience of different districts
  • The impact of migration on fertility: an own children analysis for Thailand
  • Fertility in Israël: a mini survey and some new findings
  • Economic development and fertility: a methodological reevaluation
  • Fertility in transition
  • Fertility and family planning among the elderly in Taiwan or integrating the demography of aging in population studies
  • Birth control ; Demographic structure ; Demography ; Family ; Fertility ; Population ageing
  • The demography of aging has given major attention to fertility and mortality because of their centrality in determining age structure and their rather direct translation into family-level issues associated with population aging.