Genus Volume XLIV -n. 3-4

Book : Genus Volume XLIV -n. 3-4

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Population

Publishing Location : Roma

Skin : XLIV

Period : 6 monthly

Published Date : 1988

Publisher : Italian Committee for the Study of Population Problems

Language : Italian

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 7831

INDEX

JOSIANNE DUCHENE - GUILLAUME WUNSCH, From the demographers:
cauldron: single decrement life tables and the span of life . . . . . 1

SUDDHENDHU BISWAS - NATHER A. EBRAHEEM, On a logistic process oriented population model for the optimal growth rate of a population .....19

GIOVANNI TONINI, Time series modelling and forecasting of monthly life brights........37

AUGUSTO ASCOLANI, Natural and migratory change in the province of Rome:
i thirty five years of growth (1951-1986) .. . .. . 33

JANOS IZSAK, Secular changes of the concentration of neoplasm death causes in the male population of some countries . . . . . .. . . . 119

AHMAD ALACHKAR - WILLIAM J. SEROW, The socioeconomic determinants of mortality: an international comparison . . . . 131

PIERPAOLO NAPOLITANO , About the analysis of distributions of populations over a predetermined territory ... 153

DOMENICO SEMISA, The “effect-Chernobyl" in Lombardia: the frame of foetal and infant mortality............................... 167

CARLA BİELLİ- FILOMENA RACIOPPI, Legal abortivity and life project of womwn....................185

ROBERT WRIGHT, Fertility, partners and female labour supply in Jamaica......... 205

H. FUKUARI - J.B. PICK - E.W. BUTLER - G. TELLIS,An examination of migration patterns in Mexico: new and old Mexican regions .......225

MARIO PERRI - CLAUDIO SCHIAVONI, Aspects of women condition in Roma between XVIIth and XVIII century. . ... 245

NOTES AND ANALITICAL REVİEWS

M. KABIR - M. MOSLEH UDDIN - M. ZAKIR HOSSAIN,Factors influencing mortality levels in rural Bangladesh: evidence from a micro study . . . . 265

GIORGIO MARCUZZI - PATRIZIA MARTINELLI, Further observations on demo-ecologry of German tongue isolates in Italy. Mortality in Giaza and selvaia Progno isolates.... 273