Occasional Papers No:23

Book : Occasional Papers No:23

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Population

Publishing Location : London

Published Date : Haziran 1982

Publisher : World Fertility Survey

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 6139


1 Introduction
1.1 Why and How Fertility is Reduced
1.2 The Importance of Assessing Intermediate Variables
2 The Method
2.1 Purposes and Description
2.2 Measures
3 collection of the information
4 Results
4.1 The Influence of Some Intermediate Variables
4.2 Effectiveness of Contraceptive Use
4.3 Contraceptive Practice and Foetal Mortality
4.4 Estimation of Averted live Births and Foetal Deaths
4.5 Some Socio-Economic Factors Related to Sexual Behaviour
Appendix A - Measures: Definitions and Commentary Observed Rates Theoretical Rates Commentary
Appendix B - Estimate of the Reducing Effect of the Absence of Sexual Relations, Contraceptive Use and Foetal Mortality
Reducing Effect of the Absence of Sexual Relations
Reducing Effect of Contraceptive Use
Reducing Effect of Contraceptives, Decomposed into Efficient and Inefficient
Contraceptives Reduction of the Expected Pregnancy Rate (Without Intervention of Foetal
Mortality, or Contraceptive Use, or Absence of Sexual Relations) to the
Level of Fertility


SANTIAGO GASLONDE & ENRIQUE CARRASCO/ The Impact of Some Intermadiate Variables on Fertility: Evidence from the Venezuela National Fertility Survey 1977