24 Mar 2017

Recent Articles in Demographic JournalsRSS

Population Research and Policy Review

The Integration of Immigrant Youth in Schools and Friendship Networks

Theoretical Insights into Preconception Social Conditions and Perinatal Health: The Role of Place and Social Relationships

Continued Success or Caught in the Housing Bubble? Black Immigrants and the Housing Market Crash

Women’s Agency and Fertility: Recent Evidence from Egypt

Childbearing Behavior Before and After the 1994 Population Policies in Ghana


Family Income and Child Cognitive Development: A Response to Marks

New Evidence Against a Causal Marriage Wage Premium

The Contribution of Drug Overdose to Educational Gradients in Life Expectancy in the United States, 1992–2011

Childhood Family Structure and Intergenerational Income Mobility in the United States

Economic Assimilation and Skill Acquisition: Evidence From the Occupational Sorting of Childhood Immigrants

Demographic Research

Household production and consumption over the life cycle: National Time Transfer Accounts in 14 European countries (by Lili Vargha, Róbert Iván Gál, Michelle O. Crosby-Nagy)

Extracting and reshaping World Fertility Survey data in Stata (by Germán Rodriguez, Trevor Croft)

Functional limitation trajectories and their determinants among women in the Philippines (by Zachary Zimmer, Luoman Bao, Nanette L. Mayol, Feinian Chen, Tita Lorna L. Perez, Paulita L. Duazo)

"Let’s talk about love": An analysis of the religious and economic factors determining the choice of marital property regime in Italy (by Gabriele Ruiu, Marco Breschi)

Measuring male fertility rates in developing countries with Demographic and Health Surveys: An assessment of three methods (by Bruno Schoumaker)

Population and Development Review

Trends in Inter‐Birth Intervals in Developing Countries 1965–2014

Divorce and Separation in India

The Impact of Migration on Long‐Term European Population Trends, 1850 to Present

Age at First Birth and Later Life Health in Western and Eastern Europe

Trajectories of Ethnoracial Diversity in American Communities, 1980–2010

Population Studies

Bayesian demography 250 years after Bayes

Bayesian population reconstruction of female populations for less developed and more developed countries

The perplexing links between contraceptive sterilization and (dis)advantage in ten low-fertility countries

The contribution of a history of heavy smoking to Scotland's mortality disadvantage

A test of the stranger-interviewer norm in the Dominican Republic

Population, Space, and Place

Mobility experience and mobility decision-making: An experiment on permanent migration and residential multilocality

The Impact of Siblings on the Geographic Distance Between Adult Children and Their Ageing Parents. Does Parental Need Matter?

International migrants in Japan: Contributions in an era of population decline, Y. Ishikawa (ed), Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), 2015. No of pages: xv+313, Price $84.95 (hardback) ISBN 978-1-920901-91-2.

Population change in the United Kingdom. T. Champion and J. Falkingham (Eds), Rowman & Littlefield (London), 2017. No. of pages: xiv + 259, Price $44.95 (paperback), ISBN: HB 978-1-78348-591-8, PB 978-1-78348-592-5

Issue Information

Population and Environment

Household air pollution as a silent killer: women’s status and solid fuel use in developing nations

Women’s land ownership and participation in decision-making about reproductive health in Malawi

Emplaced social vulnerability to technological disasters: Southeast Louisiana and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill

Climate variability and migration in the Philippines

Exploring short-term and long-term time frames in Australian population carrying capacity assessment

Mathematical Population Studies

Insights into two-sex population models 2

Positivity of solutions in a perturbed age-structured model

Discontinuous-continuous Galerkin methods for population diffusion with finite life span

Reduced fertility and asymptotics of the logistic model

The logistic, age-structured, two-sex population model applied to U.S. demography