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Periodical articleDeRose, Laurie F. and Kravdal, Oystein (2007)
See this documentEducational Reversals and First-Birth Timing in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Dynamic Multilevel Approach
Demography. Volume 44 #1. February. p. 59-77.

BookOsili, Una O. and Long, Bridget T. (2007)
Does Female Schooling Reduce Fertility? Evidence From Nigeria
Cambridge, Massachusetts: National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), NBER Working Paper Series #13070. April. 39p.

Periodical articleBenefo, Kofi D. (2006)
The Community-Level Effects of Women's Education on Reproductive Behavior in Rural Ghana
Demographic Research. Volume 14 #20. June 2. p. 485-508.

Periodical articleEdewor, Patrick A. (2006)
See this documentChanging Perceptions of the Value of Daughters and Girls' Education Among the Isoko of Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Population Studies. Volume 21 #1. p. 55-70.

Periodical articleOmariba, D.W.R. (2006)
Women's Educational Attainment and Intergenerational Patterns of Fertility Behaviour in Kenya
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 38 #4. July. p. 449-479.

Periodical articleAkpotu, Nelson E. (2005)
See this documentEducation as Correlate of Fertility Rate Among Families in Southern Nigeria
African Symposium: An On-Line African Educational Research Journal. Volume 5 #2. June. p. 5-15.

Periodical articleFargues, P. (2005)
Women in Arab Countries: Challenging the Patriarchal System?
Reproductive Health Matters. Volume 13 #25. May. p. 43-48.

BookJohnson-Hanks, Jennifer (2005)
Uncertain Honor: Modern Motherhood in an African Crisis
Chicago/Bristol, Great Britain: University of Chicago Press/University Presses Marketing. 288p.

Book chapterUdjo, Eric O. (2005)
Fertility Levels, Differentials and Trends
In: Zuberi, Tukufu and Sibanda, Amson and Udjo, Eric O. (eds.). The Demography of South Africa. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Periodical articleAyoub, Ayoub S. (2004)
Effects of Women's Schooling on Contraceptive Use and Fertility in Tanzania
African Population Studies. Volume 19 #2. October.

Dissertation / thesisBekele, Daniel (2004)
Linkages Among Schooling, Literacy, and Fertility in Amhara Region of Ethiopia
Ed.D. Dissertation: Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 230p.

Periodical articleKlausen, Susanne (2004)
See this documentWomen's Resistance to Eugenic Birth Control in Johannesburg, 1930-39
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. #50. p. 152-169.

Periodical articlePopulation Council (2004)
Uganda 2000-2001: Results From the Demographic and Health Survey
Studies in Family Planning. Volume 35 #1. March. p. 70-74.

Dissertation / thesisZhao, Feng (2004)
Maternal Education, Community Factors and Fertility in Relation to Child Health in Developing Countries
Ph.D. dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. 141p.

Dissertation / thesisAyoub, Ayoub S. (2003)
An Economic Analysis of Women's Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Tanzania
M.A. Thesis: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada. 44p.

BookGyimah, Stephen O-M. (2003)
Women's Educational Attainment and the Timing of Parenthood in Ghana: A Cohort Perspective
London, Ontario, Canada: University of Western Ontario, Population Studies Centre. Discussion Paper 03-04. March. 31p.

Periodical articleMelkamu, Y. and Enqiselassie, F. and Ali, A. and Gebresilassie, H. and Yusuf, L. (2003)
See this documentFertility Awareness and Post-Abortion Pregnancy Intention in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Health Development. Volume 17 #3. December. p. 167-174.

BookNigeria. National Population Commission (2003)
Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey, 2003: Preliminary Report
Abuja, Nigeria: Nigeria. National Population Commission. October. 27p.

BookShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (2003)
Kinshasa in Transition: Women's Education, Employment, and Fertility
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 279p.

Periodical articleVavrus, Frances and Larsen, Ulla (2003)
See this documentGirls' Education and Fertility Transitions: An Analysis of Recent Trends in Tanzania and Uganda
Economic Development and Cultural Change. Volume 51 #4. July. p. 945-975.

Periodical articleAdomako Ampofo, Akosua (2002)
Does Women's Education Matter in Childbearing Decision Making? A Case Study From Urban Ghana
Ghana Studies. Volume 5. p. 123-157.

Periodical articleKravdal, Oystein (2002)
Education and Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa
Demography. Volume 39 #3. p. 233-250.

Periodical articleMurthi, Mamta (2002)
See this documentFertility Change in Asia and Africa
World Development. Volume 30 #10. October. p. 1769-1778.

BookOxenham, John (2002)
Skills and Literacy Training for Better Livelihoods: A Review of Approaches and Experiences
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Africa Region Human Development Working Paper Series. 119p.

BookPalm, Malin (2002)
Education as a Development Strategy: A Case of Women's Education and the Demographic Behaviour in Tanzania
Lund, Sweden: Lund University, Department of Economics. Minor Field Study Series, #2. 51p.

Periodical articleKravdal, Oystein (2001)
Main and Interaction Effects of Women's Education and Status on Fertility: The Case of Tanzania
European Journal of Population. Volume 17 #2. p. 107-136.

Periodical articleRoth, Eric A. and Fratkin, Elliot M. and Ngugi, Elizabeth N. and Glickman, Barry W. (2001)
Female Education, Adolescent Sexuality and the Risk of Sexually Transmitted Infection in Ariaal Rendille Culture
Culture, Health and Sexuality. Volume 3 #1. January. p. 35-47.

Periodical articleUchudi, Joseph M. (2001)
Spouses' Socioeconomic Characteristics and Fertility Differences in Sub-Saharan Africa: Does Spouse's Education Matter?
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 33 #4. October. p. 481-502.

Periodical articleArabsheibani, G. Reza (2000)
Male-Female Earnings Differentials Among the Highly Educated Egyptians
Education Economics. Volume 8 #2. August. p. 129-138.

BookKaufman, Carol E. and De Wet, Thea and Stadler, Jonathan (2000)
Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood in South Africa
New York: Population Council. Policy Research Division Working Paper #136. 41p.

Periodical articleKravdal, Oystein (2000)
See this documentA Search for Aggregate-Level Effects of Education on Fertility, Using Data From Zimbabwe
Demographic Research. Volume 3 #3. August. 35p.

Periodical articleLloyd, Cynthia B. and Kaufman, Carol E. and Hewett, Paul (2000)
The Spread of Primary Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for Fertility Change
Population and Development Review. Volume 26 #3. p. 483.

Dissertation / thesisMlatsheni, Cecil S. (2000)
The Role of Education and Fertility in the Participation and Employment of African Women in South Africa
M.Soc.Sc. Thesis: University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. 67p.

Periodical articleTheron, Gerhard B. (2000)
Improved Practical Skills of Midwives Practicing in the Eastern Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa Through the Study of a Self-Education Manual
Journal of Perinatology. Volume 20 #3. April-May. p. 184-188.

Periodical articleLangeni, T.T. (1999)
See this documentChild Out-Fostering and Other Factors Influencing Reproductive Behaviour in Botswana's Changing Society
Abstract presentBotswana Notes and Records. Volume 31. p. 135-142.

Book chapterThomas, Duncan (1999)
Fertility, Education, and Resources in South Africa
In: Bledsoe, Caroline H.(ed.). Critical Perspectives on Schooling and Fertility in the Developing World. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. p. 138-180.

Periodical articleTogunde, Oladimeji, R. (1999)
A Social Structural Analysis of the Effects of Women's Employment on Fertility in Urban Nigeria
Journal of Developing Societies. Volume 15 #2. p. 172-188.

Conference paperUchudi, Joseph M. (1999)
Spouses' Socioeconomic Characteristics and Fertility Differences in Sub-Saharan Africa: Does Spouse's Education Matter?
Paper presented at the 1999 Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), June 4-7, 1999, Bishop's University, Sherbrooke/Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada.

Dissertation / thesisAsiedu, Christobel (1998)
Women's Education and Fertility in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and Zimbabwe
M.A. Thesis: University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming. 70p.

Dissertation / thesisAwuah, Agatha D. (1998)
Increases in Women's Education and Fertility Decline: Evidence From Nigeria
Ph.D. dissertation: Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 207p.

Conference paperBradley, Candice (1998)
Community, Connectedness, and Fertility in Kenya and Zimbabwe
Paper presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), December 2-6, 1998, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Arlington, Virginia.

Dissertation / thesisObiero, Walter O. (1998)
Educational Expansion and the Emerging Fertility Transition in Kenya
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 177p.

Periodical articleOkereke, Chukwunenye I. (1998)
Ethnic Differences in Family Size: A Study of Yoruba and Igbo Women in Lagos, Nigeria
Research for Development. #13-14. p. 147-167.

Conference paperUchudi, Joseph M. (1998)
Spouses' Socioeconomic Characteristics and Fertility Differences in Sub-Saharan Africa: Does Spouse's Education Matter?
Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 1-3, 1998, Chicago, Illinois. Silver Spring.

Dissertation / thesisVavrus, Frances K. (1998)
Schooling, Fertility, and Discourse of Development: A Study of the Kilimanjaro Region of Tanzania
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. 413p.

Dissertation / thesisAboubacar, Tanimou D. (1997)
The Impact of Women's Education on Fertility in Niger
M.S. Thesis: University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California. 42p.

Dissertation / thesisEloundou-Enyegue, Parfait M. (1997)
Demographic Responses to Economic Crisis in Cameroon: Fertility, Child Schooling and the Quantity/Quality Tradeoff
Ph.D. dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. 202p.

Periodical articleKalipeni, Ezekiel and Ebisemiju, F.S. (1997)
See this documentPopulation Pressure, Social Change, Culture and Malawi's Pattern of Fertility Transition
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 40 #2. September. p. 173-208.

Dissertation / thesisLangeni-Mndbele, Tabitha T. (1997)
Sociocultural Determinants of Fertility in Botswana
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 182p.

BookMeekers, Dominique and Wekwete, Naomi (1997)
The Socioeconomic and Demographic Situation of Adolescent and Young Adults in Zimbabwe
Calverton, Maryland: Macro International, Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS). October. 38p.

Periodical articleShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1997)
Education, Employment, and Fertility in Kinshasa and Prospects for Changes in Reproductive Behavior
Population Research and Policy Review. Volume 16 #3. June. p. 259-287.

BookShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1997)
Ethnicity, Education, and Fertility in Kinshasa, Zaire
University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University, Population Research Institute, Working Paper #97-6. February. 31p.

Periodical articleAinsworth, Martha and Beegle, Kathleen and Nyamete, Andrew (1996)
The Impact of Women's Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use: A Study of Fourteen Sub-Saharan African Countries
World Bank Economic Review. Volume 10 #1. January. p. 85-122.

Periodical articleAma, N.O. (1996)
The Effects of Women's Education on Fertility: A Case Study of Uvo Urban, Akw, Ibom State, Nigeria
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 1 #1. p. 160-166.

Periodical articleAppleton, Simon (1996)
How Does Female Education Affect Fertility? A Structural Model for the Cote d'Ivoire
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. Volume 58 #1. February. p. 139-166.

Book chapterBhushan, Indu and Sirageldin, Ismail (1996)
Education, Fertility Desires, and the Perceived Cost of Contraception
In: Sirageldin, Ismail and Al-Rahmani, Eqbal (eds.). Population and Development Transformations in the Arab World. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press. p. 103-129.

Periodical articleDuncan, Thomas and Maluccio, John (1996)
Fertility, Contraceptive Choice, and Public Policy in Zimbabwe
World Bank Economic Review. Volume 10 #1. January. p. 189-222.

BookGoujon, Anne and Wils, Annababette (1996)
The Importance of Education in Future Population. Global Trends and Case Studies on Cape Verde, Sudan, and Tunisia
Laxenburg, Austria: International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). IIASA Working Paper #96-138. November. 33p.

Periodical articleKane, Penny and Ruzicka, Lado (1996)
Women's Education and the Demographic Transition in Africa
Health Transition Review. Volume 6 Supplement. p. 101-113.

Book chapterKane, Penny and Ruzicka, Lado (1996)
Women's Education and the Demographic Transition in Africa
In: Douglas, Robert M. and Jones, Gavin W. and D'Souza, Rennie M. (eds.). The Shaping of Fertility and Mortality Declines: The Contemporary Demographic Transition. Canberra: Australian National University, NCEPH, Health Transition Centre. 396p.

Periodical articleMauritius Family Planning Association (1996)
The Use of Induced Abortion in Mauritius: Alternative to Fertility Regulation of Emergency Procedure?
African Journal of Fertility, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health. Volume 1 #1. March. p. 72-75.

Conference paperMontgomery, Mark R. and Lloyd, Cynthia B. (1996)
High Fertility, Unwanted Fertility and Children's Schooling
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population of Association of America (PAA), May 9-1, 1996, New Orleans, Louisiana. Silver Spring, Maryland: PAA.

BookObonyo, Ben (1996)
The Population Census, 1989: A Popular Report
Nairobi: Central Bureau of Statistics. 55p.

BookOffice of Population and Housing Census Commission (1996)
Statistical Report on Migration, Fertility, and Mortality
In: Fed. Demo. Rep. of Ethiopia, Off. of Pop. and Housing Census Comm. The 1994 Population and Housing Census of Ethiopia: Results for Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region. Addis Ababa: Off. of Population and Housing Census Comm.

BookUnited Nations. Population Division (1996)
Population and Women: Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Population and Women, Gaborone, Botswana, 22-26 June, 1992
New York: United Nations. 435p.

Dissertation / thesisWynd, S. (1996)
Health Education for Family Planning, Schooling as Family Planning: Contrasting Perspectives on Fertility and Girls' Education in Niger
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Book chapterAhmed, Ferial A. and Mohamed, Amany M. and Khalil, Mervat M. (1995)
Women's Education, Employment and Fertility in Egypt, 1991
In: Cairo Demographic Centre (CDC). CDC 24th Annual Seminar on Population Issues and the Challenges of the 21st Century in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, 1994. Cairo: CDC. Research Monograph Series #24. p. 219-242.

BookAinsworth, Martha and Beegle, Kathleen G. and Nyamete, Andrew (1995)
The Impact of Female Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use: A Study of Fourteen Sub-Saharan Countries
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper #110. 69p.

BookEthiopia. Central Statistical Authority (1995)
The 1994 Population and Housing Census of Ethiopia. Results for Harari Region. Volume 1: Statistical Report
Addis Ababa: Ethiopia. Central Statistical Authority. September. 129p.

BookGichuhi, L. (1995)
Choice Between Family Size and Child Schooling: The Kenyan Case
Nairobi: Academy Science Publishers. Abridged Research Report #8.

Periodical articleLesthaeghe, R. and Jolly, C. (1995)
The Start of the Sub-Saharan Fertility Transition: Some Answers and Many Questions
Journal of International Development. Volume 7 #1. January-February. p. 25-45.

BookMontgomery, Mark and Kouame, Aka and Oliver, Raylynn (1995)
The Tradeoff Between Number of Children and Child Schooling: Evidence From Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper #112. 98p.

BookMontgomery, Mark and Kouame, Aka and Oliver, Raylynn (1995)
The Tradeoff Between the Number of Children and Their Schooling: Evidence From Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana
New York: Population Council. Working Paper #82. 51p.

BookPitt, Mark M. (1995)
Women's Schooling, the Selectivity of Fertility, and Child Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper #119. August. 51p.

BookScribner, Susan (1995)
Policies Affecting Fertility and Contraceptive Use: An Assessment of Twelve Sub-Saharan Countries
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. World Bank Discussion Paper #259. April. 82p.

BookSiddiq, Kamal and El Khair, Somaya and Abu-El-Yamen, Salih and Ismail, Kamal (1995)
Demographic Profile of Sudan: Analysis of the 1993 Census
Mumbai, India: International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS). 24p.

BookSudan. Department of Statistics (1995)
Fourth Population Census of Sudan, 1993
Khartoum: Sudan. Department of Statistics. April. 408p.

Periodical articleAdamchak, Donald J. and Mbizvo, Michael T. (1994)
The Impact of Husband's and Wife's Education and Occupation on Family Size in Zimbabwe
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 26 #4. p. 553-558.

Periodical articleAhn, Namkee and Shariff, Abusaleh (1994)
See this documentA Comparative Study of Socioeconomic and Demographic Determinants of Fertility in Togo and Uganda
International Family Planning Perspectives. Volume 20 #1. March. p. 14-22.

Periodical articleBenefo, Kofi D. and Tsui, Amy O. and De Graft Johnson, Joseph (1994)
Ethnic Differentials in Child-Spacing Ideals and Practices in Ghana
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 26 #3. July. p. 311-326.

BookBenefo, Kofi D. and Schultz, T. Paul (1994)
Determinants of Fertility and Child Mortality in Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper #103. May. 88p.

Periodical articleBlanc, Ann K. and Rutstein, Shea O. (1994)
The Demographic Transition in Southern Africa: Yet Another Look at the Evidence From Botswana and Zimbabwe
Demography. Volume 31 #2. p. 209-215.

Periodical articleLloyd, Cynthia B. and Gage-Brandon, Anastasia J. (1994)
High Fertility and Children's Schooling in Ghana: Sex Differences in Parental Contributions and Educational Outcomes
Population Studies. Volume 48 #2. July. p. 293-306.

Periodical articleMeekers, Dominique (1994)
Education and Adolescent Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa
International Review of Modern Sociology. Volume 24. Spring. p. 1-43.

Conference paperMontgomery, Mark and Kouame, Aka and Oliver, Raylynn (1994)
The Tradeoff Between Fertility and Children's Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), May 5-7, 1994, Miami, Florida. Washington, D.C.: PAA.

BookPitt, Mark M. (1994)
Women's Education, Selective Fertility and Child Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Policy Research Department, Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper.

Periodical articleSabuni, G.G. and Mbago, M.C.Y. (1994)
The Role of Education on Marital Fertility in Zanzibar
Tanzanian Journal of Population Studies and Development. Volume 1 #2. p. 5-16.

BookSeychelles. Management and Information Systems Division (1994)
Republic of Seychelles, Statistical Abstract, 1993
Victoria: Management and Information Systems Division. 17th Edition. 132p.

BookShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1994)
Education, Employment, and Fertility in Kinshasa and Prospects for Changes in Reproductive Behavior
University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University, Population Research Institute Working Paper, No. 1994-06. January. 26p.

BookUganda. Statistics Department (1994)
The 1991 Population and Housing Census-National Summary, Uganda
Entebbe: Uganda. Statistics Department. April. 44p.

BookZambia. Central Statistical Office (1994)
Census of Population, Housing and Agriculture, 1990: Descriptive Tables. Volume 10: Zambia Total
Lusaka: Zambia. Central Statistical Office. 287p.

BookZimbabwe. Central Statistics Office (1994)
Census 1992: Zimbabwe National Report
Harare: Central Statistics Office. 226p.

Periodical articleChimere-Dan, Orieji (1993)
Maternal Education and Marital Fertility in Four African Countries
Genus. Volume 49 #3-4. July-December. p. 87-100.

Periodical articleDodoo, F. Nii-Amoo (1993)
Education and Changing Reproductive Behavior in Ghana
Sociological Perspectives. Volume 36 #3. Autumn. p. 241-256.

BookEgypt. Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) (1993)
Demographic Analysis of 1986 Census Data: Enlarged Sample
Cairo: CAPMAS. Population Studies and Research Centre. Three Volumes.

BookEl-Deeb, Bothaina (1993)
Women, Status, Fertility, and Family Planning in Egypt
Cairo: Cairo Demographic Centre. 59p.

Periodical articleHyatt, D.E. and Milne, W.J. (1993)
Determinants of Fertility in Urban and Rural Kenya: Estimates and a Simulation of the Impact of Education Policy
Environment and Planning. Volume 25 #3. March. p. 371-382.

Periodical articleMahgoub, Youssef M. and Hussein, Mounira A. (1993)
The Impact of Education on Fertility According to Region and Contraceptive Use
Egyptian Population and Family Planning Review. Volume 27 #1. June. p. 19-66.

BookMeekers, Dominique (1993)
Education and Adolescent Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa
University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University. Population Research Institute (PRI). PRI Working Papers 1993-5. 87p.

Book chapterMeekers, Dominique (1993)
Education and Adolescent Fertility
In: Bledsoe, Caroline and Cohen, Barney (eds.). Social Dynamics of Adolescent Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. p. 89-115.

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