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Gustav FEICHTINGER (Ed.)

Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2004

ISSN: 1728-4414 ISSN Online: 1728-5303
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-3272-1 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-3281-3
Subject Area: Sociology and Economics
refereed - online - print

Editorial page II
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Wolfgang Lutz
Preface page III
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Authors for this volume page IV
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Contents page VII
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Francesco C. Billari and Aart C. Liefbroer
Is the Second Demographic Transition a useful concept for demography? Introduction to a debate page 1
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Dirk J. van de Kaa
Is the Second Demographic Transition a useful research concept: Questions and answers page 4
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David Coleman
Why we don't have to believe without doubting in the “Second Demographic Transition” - some agnostic comments. page 11
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Eva Bernhardt
Is the Second Demographic Transition a useful concept for demography? page 25
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Giuseppe A. Micheli
Claiming for a demologic approach to demographic change page 29
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Tomas Frejka and Jean-Paul Sardon with the assistance of Alain Confesson
Fertility in Austria: Past, Present and the Near Future page 35
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Hans-Peter Kohler and José Antonio Ortega
Old Insights and New Approaches: Fertility Analysis and Tempo Adjustment in the Age-Parity Model page 57
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Francesco C. Billari and Dimiter Philipov
Women’s education and entry into a first union. A simultaneous-hazard comparative analysis of Central and Eastern Europe page 91
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Norman Braun and Henriette Engelhardt
Diffusion Processes and Event History Analysis page 111
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Vegard Skirbekk
Age and Individual Productivity: A Literature Survey page 133
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Peter Schimany and Katarína Zigová
Attitudes toward Policy on Ageing. Results of the Population Policy Acceptance Survey in Austria page 155
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Alexia Prskawetz, Jiang Leiwen and Brian C. O’Neill
Demographic composition and projections of car use in Austria page 175
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Wolfgang Loibl
Simulation of suburban migration: driving forces, socio-economic characteristics, migration behaviour and resulting land-use patterns page 203
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Maria Winkler-Dworak
Food Security, Fertility Differentials and Land Degradation in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Dynamic Framework page 227
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Martin Spielauer
Intergenerational Educational Transmission within Families: An Analysis and Microsimulation Projection for Austria page 253
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Gudrun Exner
Rudolf Goldscheid (1870–1931) and the Economy of Human Beings page 283
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Gustav Feichtinger, Alexia Prskawetz, and Vladimir M. Veliov
Workshop on “Age-structured models in population dynamics and economics” at the Vienna Institute of Demography, October 27–28, 2003 page 333
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Francesco C. Billari, Thomas Fent, Alexia Prskawetz and Jürgen Scheffran
Workshop on “Agent-Based Computational Modelling. An Instrument for Analysing Complex Adaptive Systems in Demography, Economics and Environment” at the Vienna Institute of Demography, December 4–6, 2003 page 338
doi: 10.1553/populationyearbook2004s338