Publications from Population Matters

Family Planning in Developing Countries

The Origins and Evolution of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries — 2002-2003

Judith R. Seltzer

Improvements in Contraception Are Reducing Historically High Abortion Rates in Russia — 2001

Family Planning Services Limit Abortion: Evidence from Bangladesh — 2001

Population Growth in Egypt: A Continuing Policy Challenge — 2000

Mona Khalifa, Julie DaVanzo, and David M. Adamson

The Value of Family Planning Programs in Developing Countries — 1998

Rodolfo A. Bulatao

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Family Planning in Developing Countries: An Unfinished Success Story — 1998

Julie DaVanzo and David M. Adamson

International Family Planning: A Success Story So Far — 1998

The Unmet Need for Contraception in Developing Countries — 1998

Demographic Trends and National Security

Demographics and Security in Maritime Southeast Asia — 2006

Brian Nichiporuk, Clifford Grammich, Angel Rabasa and Julie DaVanzo
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Vol 7, No. 1, pp. 83-91, Winter/Spring 2006

Demographics and Security: The Contrasting Cases of Pakistan and Bangladesh — 2005

C. Christine Fair, Clifford Grammich, Julie DaVanzo, Brian Nichiporuk
Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. XXVII, No. 4, Summer 2005, pp. 53-76

Disarming Development — 2004

Julie DaVanzo, Clifford Grammich, Brian Nichiporuk, and C. Christine Fair. Published in Peace and Conflict Studies, October 2004, 7 [10]: 14-15.

Too Few Good Men: The Security Implications of Russian Demographics — 2003

Julie DaVanzo, Olga Oliker, and Clifford Grammich. Published in Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Issue 4.2: Summer/Fall 2003

Regional Demographics and the War on Terrorism — 2003

Brian Nichiporuk (Reprinted with permission from RUSI Journal, Vol. 148, No 1, February 2003, pp. 22-29.)

Demography and Security: Proceedings of a Workshop, Paris, France, November 2000 — 2000

Edited by Laurent Murawiec and David Adamson

The Security Dynamics of Demographic Factors — 2000

Brian Nichiporuk

Population and the Environment

Liquid Assets: How Demographic Changes and Water Management Policies Affect Freshwater Resources — 2005

Jill Boberg

The Environmental Implications of Population Dynamics — 2000

Lori Hunter

Global Demographic Trends and Their Implications

China and India, 2025: A Comparative Assessment — 2011

Population Implosion? Low Fertility and Policy Responses in the European Union — 2005

Low Fertility and Population Ageing: Causes, Consequences and Policy Options — 2004

Jonathan Grant, Stijn Hoorens, Suja Sivadasan, Mirjam van het Loo, Julie DaVanzo, Lauren Hale, Shawna Gibson, William Butz

The Demographic Dividend: A New Perspective on the Economic Consequences of Population Change — 2002

David E. Bloom, David Canning, Jaypee Sevilla

Preparing for an Aging World — 2001

The Importance of International Demographic Research for the United States — 2001

Narayan Sastry. (Originally published in Population Research and Policy Review, v. 19, 2000.)

Policy and Health in Asia: Demographic and Epidemiologic Transitions — 2000

World Population Shifts: Boom or Doom? — 2000

Kevin McCarthy

U.S. Demographic Trends and Their Implications

A Demographic Overview of Metropolitan Pittsburgh — 2003

America Becoming: The Growing Complexity of America's Racial Mosaic — 2001

A Demographic Perspective on Our Nation's Future — 2001

Peter Morrison

Immigration in a Changing Economy: California's Experience--Questions and Answers — 1997-98

Kevin McCarthy and Georges Vernez

Russia and Eastern Europe

Too Few Good Men: The Security Implications of Russian Demographics — 2003

Julie DaVanzo, Olga Oliker, and Clifford Grammich. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Issue 4.2: Summer/Fall 2003

A Shrinking Russia — 2003

Julie DaVanzo, Olga Oliker, and Clifford Grammich. (This was published in The Atlantic Monthly, July/August 2003, as part of a series of 10 essays, Headlines Over the Horizon, by RAND analysts.)

Tackling Russia's demographic meltdown — 2002

Clifford Grammich and Julie DaVanzo. (This article was originally published 7 June 2002 in The Russia Journal.)

Dire Demographics: Population Trends in the Russian Federation — 2001

Julie DaVanzo and Clifford Grammich

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Dire Demographic Trends Cast a Shadow on Russia's Future — 2001

Improvements in Contraception Are Reducing Historically High Abortion Rates in Russia — 2001

Russia's Mortality Crisis: Drinking, Disease, and Deteriorating Health Care— 2001

Barren Ground: Eastern Europe's Transition from Communism Isn't the Only Factor Affecting the Region's Demographics — 2000

Julie DaVanzo and Clifford Grammich. (Originally published June 12, 2000 in Transitions Online, an Internet magazine covering Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the former Soviet Union.)

Russia's Demographic "Crisis": How Real Is It? — 1997

Julie DaVanzo and David Adamson

Public and Elite Opinion About Population Issues

Changes in American Opinion about Family Planning — 2004

Clifford Grammich, Julie DaVanzo, Kate Stewart. Published in Studies in Family Planning, 2004, 35[3]: 197-206

How Americans View World Population Issues: A Survey of Public Opinion — 2000

David M. Adamson, Nancy Belden, Julie DaVanzo, and Sally Patterson

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Beyond the Numbers: How Americans View Global Population Issues — 2000

Do Public Attitudes Toward Abortion Influence Attitudes Toward Family Planning? Findings from a Survey of Americans — 2000

How Does Congress Approach Population and Family Planning Issues? Results of Qualitative Interviews with Legislative Directors — 1999-2000

Sally Patterson and David M. Adamson

Papers in Progress

Background papers are currently being prepared on several other topics, including:

  • Population growth and family planning in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • The security implications of demographics in the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Central Asia