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Radiocarbon data may support a Malthus-Boserup model of hunter-gatherer population expansion2021 Journal of anthropological archaeology 63: 1-11
  • Jacob Freeman
  • John M. Anderies
  • Raymond P. Mauldin
  • Robert J. Hard
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Clustering of infant deaths among Nigerian women: investigation of temporal patterns using dynamic random effects model2019 Genus 75: 1-18
  • Babatunde M. Gbadebo
  • Clifford O. Odimegwu
  • Joshua O. Akinyemi
  • Olufunmilayo O. Banjo
H6/HB [GENUS-]2035-5556
The effects of social interactions on fertility decline in nineteenth-century France: an agent-based simulation experiment2012 Population studies 67 (2): 135-55
  • Sandra González-Bailón
  • Tommy E. Murphy
H6/HB [POPULATION-]0032-4728
The potential demography: a tool for evaluating differences among countries in the European Union2012 Genus 68 (3): 63-81
  • Gian Carlo Blangiardo
  • Stefania M.L. Rimoldi
H6/HB [GENUS-]2035-5556
Foreign migrations and population aging in Italy2011 Genus 67 (3): 83-104
  • Giuseppe Gesano
  • Salvatore Strozza
H6/HB [GENUS-]2035-5556in special section 'Is immigration the answer to the aging problem in the lowest-low fertility countries?'
Inferring past demography using spatially explicit population genetic models2009 Human biology 81 (2-3): 141-57
  • Laurent Excoffier
  • Nicole Ray
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Demography and cultural macroevolution'
Modeling interaction between language evolution and demography2009 Human biology 81 (2-3): 237-58
  • Paul Vogt
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Demography and cultural macroevolution'
Evolutionary demography and the population history of the European early neolithic2009 Human biology 81 (2-3): 339-55
  • Stephen Shennan
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Demography and cultural macroevolution'
Transmission of migration propensity increases genetic divergence between populations2006 American journal of physical anthropology 129 (4): 630-6
  • Alain Gagnon
  • Bruno Toupance
  • Evelyne Heyer
  • Jan Beise
  • Marc Tremblay
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Why does migration decrease fertility? Evidence from the Philippines2004 Population studies 58 (2): 219-31
  • Dennis A. Ahlburg
  • Eric R. Jensen
H6/HB 'POPULATION-'0032-4728
Population growth, carrying capacity, and conflict2003 Current anthropology 44 (1): 59-85
  • Dwight W. Read
  • Steven A. Le Blanc
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
Individual variability of sex ratio: a statistical control2003 Genus 59 (2): 2, 29-36
  • Antonio Rinaldi
  • Mario Di Bacco
  • Renzo Bigazzi
  • Sergio De Iaso
0016-6987French and Italian summaries
Demographic growth and the 'cultural factor' in Ireland: rethinking the relationship between structure and event2003 History and anthropology 14 (3): 271-81
  • Carles Salazar
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206
Demographic consequences of unpredictability in fertility outcomes2002 American journal of human biology 14 (2): 168-83
  • Bruce Winterhalder
  • Paul Leslie
1042-0533in thematic section 'Human evolutionary demography'
Teaching demography: ten principles and two rationales2002 Genus 58 (3/4): 1, 21-34
  • Thomas K. Burch
0016-6987in special issue 'Teaching demography in the early 21st century'; French and Italian summaries
Grand hypotheses: palaeodemographic modelling in Western Australia' south -west2001 Archaeology in Oceania 36 (1): 34-45
  • C. E. Dortch
  • M. V. Smith
Self-selection and return migration: Israeli-born Jews returning home from the United States during the 1980s2001 Population studies 55 (1): 79-91
  • Yinon Cohen
  • Yitchak Haberfeld
New method of estimating inbreeding in large semi-isolated populations with application to historic Britain2001 Homo 52 (2): 117-34
  • J. E. Pattison
The changing determinants of women's first union formation in industrialized countries: the United States, Canada, Italy and Sweden2001 Genus 42 (3/4): 4, 107-34
  • Alexander Kopp
  • Frances Goldscheider
  • Pierre Turcotte
0016-6987French and Italian summaries
Gender in population research: confusing implications for health policy2000 Population studies 54 (1): 19-28
  • Alaka Malwade Basu
If a population crashes in prehistory, and there is no paleodemographer there to hear it, does it make a sound?2000 American journal of physical anthropology 112 (2): 181-90
  • Richard R. Paine
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
A comment on 'Recent European fertility patterns: fitting curves to [distorted' distributions] by T. Chandola, D.A. Coleman and R.W. Hiorns2000 Population studies 54 (3): 347-9, 351
  • Hans-Peter Kohler
  • Jose Antonio Ortega Osona
0032-4728comments on 'Recent European fertility patterns: fitting curves to 'distorted' distributions' by T Chandola, DA Coleman and RW Hiorns Popul Stud 1999 (53:3) 317-29, with reply
Hanihara's conundrum revisited: theoretical estimates of the immigration into Japan during the 1,000 year period from 300 B.C. to A.D. 7002000 Anthropological Science 108 (4): 305-19
  • Kenichi Aoki
  • Shripad Tuljapurkar
On the theory of preindustrial population dynamics1999 Current anthropology 40 (2): 212-6
  • Andre van Dokkum
H6 [CURRENT-]comments on 'A theory of preindustrial population dynamics: demography, economy, and well-being in Malthusian systems' by JW Wood Curr Anthrop 1998 (39:1) 99-135
Population momentum for gradual demographic transitions1999 Population studies 53 (2): 255-62
  • Nan Li
Continuity and change in the Gwembe Tonga family and their relevance to demography's nucleation thesis1999 Africa 69 (4): 510-34
  • Neil Price
0001-9720French summary
Recent advances in method and theory in paleodemography1998 Annual review of anthropology 27: 375-99
  • Katherine F. Russell
  • Richard S. Meindl
Social expenditure and demographic evolution: a dynamic approach1997 Genus 53 (1/2): 61-78
  • Emanuele Baldacci
  • Sergio Lugaresi
A probability distribution on the fertility of migrants: a model approach1997 Genus 53 (1/2): 129-43
  • B. N. Bhattacharya
  • G. S. Yadava
  • K. N. S. Yadava
  • S. R. J. Singh
Is human culture oncogenic for uncontrolled population growth and ecological destruction ?1997 Human evolution 12 (1/2): 97-105
  • W. M. Hern
Population dynamics: how much can be modelled and predicted1997 Human evolution 12 (1/2): 107-34
  • C. Marchetti
  • J. H. Asubel
  • P. Meyer
The life cycle and the meaning of ageing1997 Human evolution 12 (1/2): 83-92
  • C. Sauvain-Dugerdil