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John B Casterline
John B Casterline
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Fertility transition: is sub-Saharan Africa different?
J Bongaarts, J Casterline
Population and development review 38 (Suppl 1), 153, 2013
6622013
Social learning, social influence, and new models of fertility
MR Montgomery, JB Casterline
Population and development review 22, 151-175, 1996
6371996
Unmet need for family planning in developing countries and implications for population policy
JB Casterline, SW Sinding
Population and development review 26 (4), 691-723, 2000
5522000
Trust in cyberspace
FB Schneider
National Academies Press, 1999
5221999
Trends in the timing of first marriage among men and women in the developing world
BS Mensch, S Singh, JB Casterline
The changing transitions to adulthood in developing countries: Selected …, 2005
4112005
Factors underlying unmet need for family planning in the Philippines
JB Casterline, AE Perez, AE Biddlecom
Studies in family planning, 173-191, 1997
3091997
The age difference between spouses: Variations among developing countries
JB Casterline, L Williams, P McDonald
Population studies 40 (3), 353-374, 1986
3071986
The diffusion of fertility control in Taiwan: Evidence from pooled cross-section time-series models
MR Montgomery, JB Casterline
Population studies 47 (3), 457-479, 1993
2991993
Obstacles to contraceptive use in Pakistan: A study in Punjab
JB Casterline, ZA Sathar, M ul Haque
Studies in family planning 32 (2), 95-110, 2001
2922001
Diffusion processes and fertility transition: Selected perspectives
JB Casterline
National Academies Press, 2001
2632001
Diffusion processes and fertility transition: Introduction
JB Casterline, National Research Council (US) Committee on Population
Diffusion processes and fertility transition: Selected perspectives, 2001
2122001
The pace of fertility transition: National patterns in the second half of the twentieth century
JB Casterline
Population and Development Review 27, 17-52, 2001
2052001
Modelling diffusion effects in fertility transition
L Rosero-Bixby, JB Casterline
Population studies 47 (1), 147-167, 1993
1981993
The onset of fertility transition in Pakistan
ZA Sathar, JB Casterline
Population and development review, 773-796, 1998
1911998
Villages as contexts for contraceptive behavior in rural Egypt
B Entwisle, JB Casterline, HAA Sayed
American Sociological Review, 1019-1034, 1989
1831989
Fertility preferences and contraceptive change in developing countries
B Feyisetan, JB Casterline
International family planning perspectives, 100-109, 2000
1782000
Understanding unmet need: history, theory, and measurement
SEK Bradley, JB Casterline
Studies in family planning 45 (2), 123-150, 2014
1652014
The estimation of unwanted fertility
JB Casterline, LO El-Zeini
Demography 44, 729-745, 2007
1522007
Household income and child survival in Egypt
JB Casterline, EC Cooksey, AFE Ismail
Demography 26, 15-35, 1989
1361989
Reasons for unmet need for family planning, with attention to the measurement of fertility preferences: protocol for a multi-site cohort study
K Machiyama, JB Casterline, JN Mumah, FA Huda, F Obare, G Odwe, ...
Reproductive health 14, 1-11, 2017
1192017
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