publication . Preprint . 1978

Demographic change and the role of women : a research programme in developing countries.

Anker R;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 1978
Abstract
ILO pub-WEP pub. Working paper reviewing a research programme concerning demographic changes and the role of women in developing countries - considers factors affecting women's roles, such as cultural factors, family structure, household size, marital status, living conditions, etc. Examines changes in fertility, mortality, migration and labour force participation of women, and constitutes part of a WEP research project on population and employment. References.
Subjects
free text keywords: WEP pub, research programme, women, developing countries, cultural factor, family, household, marital status, living conditions, fertility, mortality, migration, labour force participation, WEP, research project, population, employment, reference, pub PME, programme de recherche, femmes, pays en développement, facteur culturel, famille, ménage, situation matrimoniale, conditions de vie, fécondité, mortalité, migration, taux d'activité, PME, projet de recherche, population, emploi, référence bibliographique, pub PME, programa de investigación, mujeres, países en desarrollo, factor cultural, familia, hogar, estado civil, condiciones de vida, fecundidad, mortalidad, migración, tasa de actividad de mano de obra, PME, proyecto de investigación, población, empleo, referencia

1. The Yugoslav Banking System and Monetary Control

2. Trade Credit and Illiquidity Crises in the Yugoslav Economy - by Laura d1Andrea Tyson, November 1975.

Labour Policy and Fertility in Developing Countries - by Ronald C. Ridker and Olivia Schieffelin Nordberg, February 1976.

1. The Impact of Unionisation on Negotiated Wages in the Manufacturing Sector in Kenya

2. The Role of Competitive Forces in the Determination of Wage Increases in Less Developed Economies: The Case of Kenya - by William J. House and Henry Rempel, March 1976.

Population, Economic Growth and Rural-Urban Income Distribution: An Empirical Analysis - by R. Scott Moreland, March 1977- The Effects of Economic Policy on Fertility - by G.B. Rodgers and R. Wery, April 1977-

Abstract
ILO pub-WEP pub. Working paper reviewing a research programme concerning demographic changes and the role of women in developing countries - considers factors affecting women's roles, such as cultural factors, family structure, household size, marital status, living conditions, etc. Examines changes in fertility, mortality, migration and labour force participation of women, and constitutes part of a WEP research project on population and employment. References.
Subjects
free text keywords: WEP pub, research programme, women, developing countries, cultural factor, family, household, marital status, living conditions, fertility, mortality, migration, labour force participation, WEP, research project, population, employment, reference, pub PME, programme de recherche, femmes, pays en développement, facteur culturel, famille, ménage, situation matrimoniale, conditions de vie, fécondité, mortalité, migration, taux d'activité, PME, projet de recherche, population, emploi, référence bibliographique, pub PME, programa de investigación, mujeres, países en desarrollo, factor cultural, familia, hogar, estado civil, condiciones de vida, fecundidad, mortalidad, migración, tasa de actividad de mano de obra, PME, proyecto de investigación, población, empleo, referencia

1. The Yugoslav Banking System and Monetary Control

2. Trade Credit and Illiquidity Crises in the Yugoslav Economy - by Laura d1Andrea Tyson, November 1975.

Labour Policy and Fertility in Developing Countries - by Ronald C. Ridker and Olivia Schieffelin Nordberg, February 1976.

1. The Impact of Unionisation on Negotiated Wages in the Manufacturing Sector in Kenya

2. The Role of Competitive Forces in the Determination of Wage Increases in Less Developed Economies: The Case of Kenya - by William J. House and Henry Rempel, March 1976.

Population, Economic Growth and Rural-Urban Income Distribution: An Empirical Analysis - by R. Scott Moreland, March 1977- The Effects of Economic Policy on Fertility - by G.B. Rodgers and R. Wery, April 1977-

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