Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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ALTERNATIVES HUMANITAIRES

2018, Nº 8
  • Les nouvelles technologies à l’épreuve de l’éthique humanitaire.
  • Haïti : tensions entre aide humanitaire et développement dans le secteur de la santé
  • Utilisation des outils numériques à grande échelle : leçons d’un programme en santé mené au Burkina Faso
  • Le nécessaire arbitrage entre potentialités des nouvelles technologies et utilité pour les populations
  • À l’ère du «  numérique humanitaire  », lever le voile de la nouveauté.
  • Utilisation des technologies de l’information et de la communication : favoriser les bonnes pratiques
  • Drones humanitaires : des outils utiles, une image toxique
  • Les défis de la nouvelle Stratégie humanitaire française.
  • « L’identité numérique constitue le domaine principal dans lequel la blockchain pourrait jouer en faveur des droits humains ».

MUJERES DEL MUNDO = MUNDUKO EMAKUMEAK

2018, Nº 71
  • Las trabajadoras No Domesticadas nos echamos a andar. Aidee Escobar, Liz Quintana, Pli Gil, Silvia Rugama, Riosby Fernandez, y Txefi Roco
  • Movilizaciones de las personas jubiladas de Bizkaia. Andrea Uña
  • Amor de barrios de acogida.Añba Algarabia
  • Luces y sombras de una primavera feminista contra la violencia machista. Amaia Zufia y Itziar Gandarias
  • Abusos a menores por su padre.Isabel Uria Serrano
  • Heteronormatividad, binarismo y sexismo.Lala Mujika
  • Desaprendiendo.Un camino de vuelta desde la violencia machista II.Irene Martin Ruiz
  • Ta está aqui el XI Encuentro Internacional de la Marcha Mundial de las Mujeres
  • Miradas y vivencias con Mujeres del Mundo
  • La discapacidad en la Euskal Herriko Emakumeen Mundo Martxa.
  • Newen Zomo, Emakume, indarra
  • Coro feminista de mujeres gitanas, Gure Golé
  • Ez zaudete bakarrik. Yo si te creo. Sororidad universal. Miren Murugarren
  • Cuerpos diversos, bienvenidos a todos los cuerpos.Marlen Eizagirre
  • De aquí y de allá, no somos tan diferentes.

GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

2018, Vol. 26, Nº 2
  • Introduction: Gender, development and ICTs Amy O'Donnell , Caroline Sweetman
  • Social media as a gateway for young feminists: lessons from the #IWillGoOut campaign in India Divya Titus
  • ‘I don’t care about their reactions’: agency and ICTs in women’s empowerment in Afghanistan Faheem Hussain , Sara N. Amin
  • How do ICTs mediate gender-based violence in Jamaica? Dhanaraj Thakur
  • ‘We want that for ourselves’: how girls and young women are using ICTs to counter violence and demand their rights Sara Baker
  • ‘Now I want to use it to learn more’: using mobile phones to further the educational rights of the girl child in Kenya Ronda Zelezny-Green
  • Youth and ICTs in a ‘new’ India: exploring changing gendered online relationships among young urban men and women Shannon Philip
  • Potential for social media to challenge gender-based violence in India: a quantitative analysis of Twitter use Tilly A. Gurman, Catherine Nichols ,Elyssa S. Greenberg
  • Using digital technology to engage and mobilise young people to end violence in intimate relationships: lessons from Bolivia Sandrine Muir-Bouchard

REFUGEE STUDIES, Journal of

2018, Vol. 31, Nº 2
  • The Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework: A Commentary Randall Hansen
  • The Local Refugee Match: Aligning Refugees’ Preferences with the Capacities and Priorities of Localities Will Jones Alexander Teytelboym
  • Everyday Justice for the Internally Displaced in a Context of Fragility: The Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Carolien Jacobs; Patrick Milabyo Kyamusugulwa
  • Giving an Account of Persecution: The Dynamic Formation of Asylum Narratives Eeva Puumala; Riitta Ylikomi; Hanna-leena Ristimäki
  • Bifurcation of people, bifurcation of law: externalization of migration policy before the EU Court of Justice Thomas Spijkerboer
  • Moving forward: Educational outcomes for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors (URM) exiting foster care in the United States Thomas M Crea; Robert G Hasson; Kerri Evans; Jodi Berger Cardoso; Dawnya Underwood

NUEVA SOCIEDAD

2018, Nº 276
Dinero versus democracia. Lobbies, corrupción y política
  • México: el gobierno progresista «tardío» Alcances y límites de la victoria de AMLO Massimo Modonesi
  • Colombia: un tsunami político Eduardo Pizarro Leongómez
  • Mauricio Macri en su ratonera El fin de la utopía gradualista José Natanson
  • ¿Dónde está la izquierda en la India? Jules Naudet , Stéphanie Tawa-Lama Rewal
  • Lobbies y puertas giratorias Los riesgos de la captura de la decisión pública Ana Castellani
  • Democracia y lobby: un marco teórico Ramiro Álvarez Ugarte
  • Los emprendedores jurídicos como emprendedores morales La lucha contra la corrupción en Brasil Frederico de Almeida
  • «Si eres igualitario, cómo puedes ser tan rico» Las bases morales del igualitarismo Roberto Gargarella
  • Zona liberada La suspensión de la ley como patrón de comportamiento estatal ​Matías Dewey
  • Desmitificar la corrupción La perversidad de su tolerancia… y de su combate Marcelo Moriconi
  • Regulación del lobby en América Latina Entre la transparencia y la participación David Córdova
  • Avances y desafíos en la regulación del lobby en Chile Manuel Arís
  • El «derecho de picaporte» Financiamiento privado de las campañas electorales en América Central Francisco Javier Robles Rivera
  • El poder mediático sobre el poder Estefanía Avella , Omar Rincón
  • Uno, dos, tres… muchos 68 Hacia una memoria descentrada del Mayo francés Lucía Álvarez

VIENTO SUR. POR UNA IZQUIERDA ALTERNATIVA

2018, Nº 159
  • el desorden global ¿Puede la clase obrera tener un proyecto europeo?
  • El ecosocialismo como alternativa política, social y ecológica al capitalismo-
  • Militancia cotidiana a través de la fotografía.
  • La Transición y el régimen, 40 años después Presentación
  • Entre el mito y el legado
  • El hilo rojo de la amnistía
  • La irrupción del feminismo y el debate sobre la Constitución del 78
  • La autodeterminación entre el estatismo y la nación inconclusa: la soberanía desde abajo
  • Los movimientos sociales en la Transición
  • plural 2 El marxismo olvidado, una rayuela revolucionaria para el siglo XXI.
  • aquí y ahora Agroecología y municipalismos: la alianza que nutre
  • voces miradas Chocar con algo. Erika Martínez

GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

2018, Vol. 26, Nº 1
  • Introduction: Sexualities Pauline Oosterhoff , Caroline Sweetman
  • Exploring experiences of heterosexism and coping strategies among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons in Swaziland Carmen H. Logie, Amaya Perez-Brumer, Emma Woolley, Veli Madau, Winnie Nhlengethwa, Peter A. Newman , Stefan D. Baral
  • Transgender employment and entrepreneurialism in Vietnam Pauline Oosterhoff , Tu-Anh Hoang
  • Disrupting the ‘life-cycle’ of violence in social relations: recommendations for anti-trafficking interventions from an analysis of pathways out of sex work for women in Eastern India Mirna Guha
  • Lesbian and bisexual women in Cuba: family, rights, and policy Evie Browne
  • LGBTQI-identified human rights defenders: courage in the face of adversity at the United Nations Nick J. Mulé
  • Bringing diverse sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) into peacebuilding policy and practice Megan Daigle , Henri Myrttinen
  • ‘Being young and LGBT, what could be worse?’ Analysis of youth LGBT activism in Indonesia: challenges and ways forward Rinaldi Ridwan , Joyce Wu
  • Coming together. Experiences and lessons from an LGBTQI project in three countries Nicolette Matthijsen
  • Christian Aid and LGBTI rights: breaking the silence Clare Paine
  • Reconceptualising and contextualising sexual rights in the MENA region: beyond LGBTQI categories Nof Nasser-Eddin, Nour Abu-Assab , Aydan Greatrick

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH, The

2018, Vol. 30, Nº 3
  • Innovation Trajectories in Developing Countries: Co-evolution of Global Value Chains and Innovation Systems Rasmus Lema, Roberta Rabellotti
  • Combining Innovation Systems and Global Value Chains for Development: Towards a Research Agenda Roman Jurowetzki, Rasmus Lema
  • Do Global Value Chains Offer Developing Countries Learning and Innovation Opportunities? Valentina De Marchi, Elisa Giuliani
  • Platforms, Innovation and Capability Development in the Chinese Domestic Market John Humphrey, Ke Ding, Mai Fujita
  • From Global Value Chains (GVC) to Innovation Systems for Local Value Chains and Knowledge Creation Keun Lee, Marina Szapiro, Zhuqing Mao
  • Looking Beyond Global Value Chains in Capacity Development: The Case of the IT-Enabled Service (ITES) Sector in South Africa Charlotte Keijser, Michiko Iizuka
  • Technology Transmission Across National Innovation Systems: The Role of Danish Suppliers in Upgrading the Wind Energy Industry in China Stine Jessen Haakonsson, Dmitrij Slepniov
  • Trade, Global Value Chains and Upgrading: What, When and How? Padmashree Gehl Sampath, Bertha Vallejo
  • Global Value Chains Participation and Knowledge Spillovers in Developed and Developing Countries: An Empirical Investigation Lucia Tajoli, Giulia Felice
  • Global Value Chains, National Innovation Systems and Economic Development Jan Fagerberg, Bengt-Åke Lundvall
  • Upgrading, Interactive Learning, and Innovation Systems in Value Chain Interventions Carlo Pietrobelli, Cornelia Staritz
  • Correction to: From Global Value Chains (GVC) to Innovation Systems for Local Value Chains and Knowledge Creation Keun Lee, Marina Szapiro, Zhuqing Mao

AMNISTIA INTERNACIONAL

2018, Nº 139
  • No podemos bajar la guardia. esteban Beltran
  • Yemen. Atrapados entre dos fuegos.
  • Estados Unidos:Familias separadas
  • Nicaragua: Un pais partido en dos
  • Nyanmar: Rohingya, el pueblo proscrito
  • Firma invitada: Ilya U. Topper
  • Entrevista. Ramon Esono Ebalé.
  • Las calles y las redes se llenan de mujeres
  • Mexico.Cuando te desaparecen y eres mujer.
  • Mujeres valientes
  • 40 Años de Amnistia Internacional en España. Primerolas personas.

MIGRACIONES FORZADAS, Revista

2018, Nº 58
  • El derecho de los refugiados al trabajo y al acceso a los mercados laborales: limitaciones, retos y caminos a seguir Roger Zetter y Héloïse Ruaudel
  • El apoyo a los refugiados recientemente reasentados en el Reino Unido Marwa Belghazi
  • La integración de los refugiados en el mercado laboral turco Ximena V Del Carpio, Sirma Demir Seker y Ahmet Levent Yener
  • De refugiado a empleado: integración laboral en la Dinamarca rural Martin Ledstrup y Marie Larsen
  • Integrar a los médicos refugiados a los sistemas sanitarios de acogida Shahla Namak, Fatin Sahhar, Sarah Kureshi, Fadya El Rayess y Ranit Mishori
  • La participación de los refugiados en las economías de acogida en Uganda Naohiko Omata
  • Los refugiados y las comunidades de acogida en el mercado laboral de Ruanda Özge Bilgili y Craig Loschmann
  • El papel de las tiendas rurales de comestibles en la acogida de refugiados Zachary Whyte, Birgitte Romme Larsen y Mona Schaldemose
  • La colaboración con organizaciones criminales en Colombia: un obstáculo para la recuperación económica Christopher M Hays
  • Las economías sirias: ¿un boom temporal? Ahmad Al Ajlan
  • Obstáculos para la autosu ciencia en Alemania Elizabeth Ekren
  • El nuevo mundo del trabajo y la necesidad de un empoderamiento digital Miguel Peromingo y Willem Pieterson
  • Invertir en los refugiados: la creación de capital humano Lili Mottaghi
  • Hacia una mayor visibilidad y contratación de refugiados cuali cados Leah Nichles y Sayre Nyce
  • Validar los títulos de los refugiados con estudios superiores Katarina Mozetič
  • Los medios de vida de los refugiados: nuevos agentes, nuevos modelos Ziad Ayoubi y Regina Saavedra
  • Los impactos macroeconómicos de la ayuda a los refugiados sirios Tobias Schillings
  • La economía de microempleos en situaciones complejas de refugiados Abigail Hunt, Emma Samman, Dina Mansour-Ille y Henrieke Max
  • El poder de los mercados: lecciones de UgandaAlison Hemberger, Sasha Muench y Chelsea Purvis
  • Los programas de medios de subsistencia y su in uencia en la migración secundaria Richard Mallett, Jessica Hagen-Zanker, Clare Cummings y Nassim Majidi
  • Las de ciencias del empleo como solución duradera Nora Bardelli
  • Humanos y animales en los campamentos de refugiados Benjamin Thomas White
  • El papel del ganado en las relaciones entre los refugiados y la comunidad de acogida Charles Hoots
  • Los équidos de trabajo en los campamentos de refugiados Patrick J Pollock
  • Albergar animales en campamentos de refugiados Lara Alshawawreh
  • Comprender el riesgo de las interacciones entre los seres humanos y los animales Sara Owczarczak-Garstecka
  • La salud de los seres humanos y de los animales en los campamentos de refugiados saharauis Giorgia Angeloni y Jennifer Carr
  • Un estudio de campo sobre la migración y la adversidad Derek Robertson
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POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW

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Publicación del Population Council de Nueva York y el grupo editorial Blackwell, que busca ampliar el conocimiento sobre las interrelaciones existentes entre temas demográficos y el desarrollo socioeconómico, y que es un espacio para los temas relativos a las políticas públicas. La revista contiene artículos que recogen estudios demográficos, análisis políticos y evaluaciones de investigaciones recientes. Otras secciones fijas en la revista son: Commentaries, sobre temas relacionados con las políticas poblacionales y de desarrollo; Data and Perspectives, sobre nuevas estadísticas y su interpretación; Archives, sección fija en la que se recuperan textos e investigaciones de principios del siglo XX y anteriores, sobre cuestiones que continúan siendo relevantes. Además cuenta con una sección fija de reseñas bibliográficas. En Hegoa, ejemplares desde 1988. Más información aquí. Acceso por suscripción.

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  • Cohort Replacement and Homeostasis in World Population, 1950–2100. Francesco C. Billar, y Gianpiero Dalla-Zuanna
  • Family Policies and the Western European Fertility Divide: Insights from a Natural Experiment in Belgium. Sebastian Klüsener, Karel Neels y Michaela Kreyenfeld
  • Geographic Divergence in Mortality in the United States. Andrew Fenelon
  • The Apparent Failure of Russia's Pronatalist Family Policies. Tomas Frejka y Sergei Zakharov
  • Inequalities in Healthy Life Expectancy in Eastern Europe. Yuka Minagawa Varia
  • The Characteristics Approach to the Measurement of Population Aging. Warren C. Sanderson y Sergei Scherbov
  • The Effects of Population on the Depletion of Fresh Water. Robert J. Wyman
2013, Vol. 39, Nº 3
  • China's New Demographic Reality: Learning from the 2010 Census. Yong Cai
  • Economic Growth and Child Undernutrition in sub-Saharan Africa. Kenneth Harttgen, Stephan Klasen and Sebastian Vollmer
  • What Is Urban? Comparing a Satellite View with the Demographic and Health Surveys. Audrey Dorélien, Deborah Balk and Megan Todd
  • Education and Cohabitation in Britain: A Return to Traditional Patterns? Máire Ní Bhrolcháin and Éva Beaujouan
  • A Cognitive–Social Model of Fertility Intentions. Christine A. Bachrach and S. Philip Morgan
  • The Effectiveness of Immigration Policies. Mathias Czaika and Hein De Haas
  • The Future Composition of the Canadian Labor Force: A Microsimulation Projection. Alain Bélanger and Nicolas Bastien
  • Arsène Dumont on Legislative Measures to Remedy Depopulation in France.
2013, Vol. 39, Nº 2
  • The Implementation of Preferences for Male Offspring. John Bongaarts
  • Surplus Chinese Men: Demographic Determinants of the Sex Ratio at Marriageable Ages in China. Catherine Tucker and Jennifer Van Hook
  • Family Instability and Pathways to Adulthood in Cape Town, South Africa. Rachel E. Goldberg
  • The Baby Boom and Its Causes: What We Know and What We Need to Know. Jan Van Bavel and David S. Reher
  • Cohort Abortion Measures for the United States. Sarah K. Cowan
  • Demographic Changes in Myanmar since 1983: An Examination of Official Data. Thomas Spoorenberg
2013, Vol. 39, Nº 1
  • Trends and Socioeconomic Gradients in Adult Mortality around the Developing World. Damien De Walque and Deon Filmer
  • New Cohort Fertility Forecasts for the Developed World: Rises, Falls, and Reversals. Mikko Myrskylä, Joshua R. Goldstein and Yen-hsin Alice Cheng
  • Life Expectancy during the Great Depression in Eleven European Countries. Tim A. Bruckner, Andrew Noymer and Ralph A. Catalano
  • Son Preference and the Persistence of Culture: Evidence from South and East Asian Immigrants to Canada. Douglas Almond, Lena Edlund and Kevin Milligan
  • The Effect of Fertility Reduction on Economic Growth. Quamrul H. Ashraf, David N. Weil and Joshua Wilde
  • Migration and Intergenerational Replacement in Europe. Chris Wilson, Tomáš Sobotka, Lee Williamson and Paul Boyle
2012, Vol. 38, Nº 4
  • Goode's World Revolution and Family Patterns: A Reconsideration at Fifty Years. Andrew J. Cherlin.
  • Trends in the Economic Independence of Young Adults in the United States: 1973–2007. Maria Sironi, Frank F. Furstenberg.
  • Relative Cohort Size, Relative Income, and Married Women's Labor Force Participation: United States, 1968–2010. Diane J. Macunovich.
  • On the Role of Human Development in the Arab Spring. Randall Kuhn.
  • Geopolitical Aspects of Population in the Twenty-First Century. Paul Demeny.
  • The Family Context of Cohabitation and Single Motherhood in Latin America. Albert Esteve, Joan García-Román, Ron Lesthaeghe.
  • John D. Rockefeller 3rd on a Citizen's Perspective on Population.
  • The World Bank on Climate Risks and Adaptation in Asian Coastal Megacities.
2012, Vol. 38, Nº 3
  • Discovering Diverse Mechanisms of Migration: The Mexico–US Stream 1970–2000. Filiz Garip
  • How Similar Are Cohabitation and Marriage? Legal Approaches to Cohabitation across Western Europe. Brienna Perelli-Harris and Nora Sánchez Gassen
  • Deadly Cities? Spatial Inequalities in Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. Isabel Günther and Kenneth Harttgen
  • High Sex Ratios at Birth in the Caucasus: Modern Technology to Satisfy Old Desires. Géraldine Duthé, France Meslé, Jacques Vallin, Irina Badurashvili and Karine Kuyumjyan
  • Economic Migration and Urban Citizenship in China: The Role of Points Systems. Li Zhang
  • The Gender-Gap Reversal in Education and Its Effect on Union Formation: The End of Hypergamy? Albert Esteve, Joan García-Román and Iñaki Permanyer
2012, Vol. 38, Nº 2
  • Transnationalism and Development: Mexican and Chinese Immigrant Organizations in the United States. Alejandro Portes and Min Zhou
  • Sources of Population Aging in More and Less Developed Countries. Samuel H. Preston and Andrew Stokes
  • Family Life History and Late Mid-Life Mortality in Norway. ØYstein Kravdal, Emily Grundy, Torkild H. Lyngstad and Kenneth Aa. Wiik
  • Migration as Social Movement: Voluntary Group Migration and the Crimean Tatar Repatriation. Marina Zaloznaya and Theodore P. Gerber
  • Urbanization as a Global Historical Process: Theory and Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa. Sean Fox
  • Population Policy in a Prosperous City-State: Dilemmas for Singapore. Gavin W. Jones
  • Family Location and Caregiving Patterns from an International Perspective. Helmut Rainer and Thomas Siedler
  • Immigration to the UK from High-Fertility Countries: Intergenerational Adaptation and Fertility Convergence. Sylvie Dubuc
2012, Vol. 38, Nº 1
  • Unintended Consequences of US Inmigration Policy: Explaining the Post-1965 Surge from Latin America. Douglas S. Massey and Karen A. Pren
  • Son Preference, Sex Selection, and Kinship in Vietnam. Christophe Z. Guilmoto
  • The Latin American Cohabitation Boom, 1970-2007. Albert Esteve, Ron Lesthaeghe_ and Antonio López-Gay
  • A Demographic Explanation for the Recen Tise in European Fertility. John Bongaarts and Tomáš Sobotka
2011, Vol. 37, Nº 4
  • Harvesting the Biosphere: The Human Impact. Vaclav Smil
  • Comparing Relative Effects of Education and Economic Resources on Infant Mortality in Developing Countries. Elsie R. Pamuk, Regina Fuchs and Wolfgang Lutz
  • Son Preference in Rural China: Patrilineal Families and Socioeconomic Change. Rachel Murphy, Ran Tao and Xi Lu
  • Economic Inequality and Child Stunting in Bangladesh and Kenya: An Investigation of Six Hypotheses. Gary W. Reinbold
  • Population Momentum Across the Demographic Transition. Laura Blue and Thomas J. Espenshade
  • The Association of Television and Radio with Reproductive Behavior. Charles F. Westoff and Dawn A. Koffman
  • The Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic on Kinship Resources for Orphans in Zimbabwe. Emilio Zagheni
2011, Vol. 37, Nº 3
  • Steep Increase in Best-Practice Cohort Life Expectancy. Vladimir M. Shkolnikov, Dmitri A. Jdanov, Evgeny M. Andreev, James W. Vaupel
  • Secular Declines in the Association Between Obesity and Mortality in the United States. Neil K. Mehta, Virginia W. Chang
  • Has East Germany Overtaken West Germany? Recent Trends in Order-Specific Fertility. Joshua R. Goldstein, Michaela Kreyenfeld
  • Bridges to Nowhere: Hosts, Migrants, and the Chimera of Social Capital in Three African Cities. Sangeetha Madhavan, Loren B. Landau
  • Changes in World Inequality in Length of Life: 1970–2000. Ryan D. Edwards
  • Same-Sex Marriage: A New Social Phenomenon. Joseph Chamie, Barry Mirkin
  • Effects of Demographic and Retirement-Age Policies on Future Pension Deficits, with an Application to China. Yi Zeng
  • The Uncertain Timing of Reaching 8 Billion, Peak World Population, and Other Demographic Milestones. Sergei Scherbov, Wolfgang Lutz, Warren C. Sanderson
2011, Vol. 37, Nº 2
  • Toward a comprehensive demography: Rethinking the research agenda on change and response.
  • Fiscal externalities of becoming a parent.
  • Economic recession and fertility in the development world.
  • The education effect on population health.
  • Social capital and women's reduce vulnerability to HIV infection in rural Zibabwe.
  • G.Dalla-Zuanna on the church and birth control in Northern Italy.
  • Chris Wilson on global demographic convergence since 1950.
  • Auguste Comte on the natural progress of human society.
  • The 2010 United Nations population projections for the twenty-first century.
2011, Vol. 37, Nº 1
  • Persistence of high fertility in Tropical Africa: the case of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  • A global perspective on happiness and fertility.
  • Family policies in OECD countries:a comparative analysis.
  • Yearning, learning, and conceding: reasons men and women change their childbearing intentions.
  • The depopulation of Hispanicamerica after the conquest. A symposium.
  • Trends in maternal mortality, 1990-2008.
2010, Vol. 36, Nº 4
  • Routes to low martality in poor countries revisited.
  • Food security in an era o economic volatility.
  • Childcare availability and fertility in Norway.
  • US mortality in an international context: Age variations.
2010, Vol. 363
  • China's below-replacement fertility: Government policy or socioeconomic development?
  • Health as a context for social and gender activism: Female volunteer health workers in Iran.
  • East Asian childbearing patterns and policy development.
2010, Vol. 36, Nº 2
  • The unfolding story of the second demographic transition.
  • Demography, education and democracy: Global trends and the case of Iran.
  • Productivity of older workers: Perceptions of employers and employees.
2010, Vol. 36, Nº 1
  • Public transfer accounts for US generations born 1850-2090.
  • Beyond material explanations: Family solidarity and mortality.
  • Son preferences and access to social insurance in rural China. Gender gaps in educational attainment in less developed countries.
  • Fertility intentions and behavior in the United States.