Gynecology

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    Report

    The Effectiveness of Family Planning in Taiwan : A Proposal for a New Evaluation Methodology.

    A new approach to evaluating the effectiveness of family planning programs in reducing birth rates. A predictive model incorporates demographic and economic statistics to analyze the relationships between birth rate and various environmental determi...

    Jan 1, 1969

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    Report

    Population Growth : Investigation of a Hypothesis.

    An empirical examination of a family planning model built around three factors that are assumed to exert a systematic effect on birth rate: (1) a family-size goal or the number of surviving children that parents want; (2) the death rate, mainly amon...

    Jan 1, 1969

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    Report

    An Economic Model of Family Planning and Fertility.

    A description of an economic model of family planning and its application to explain differences among municipalities and over time in birth rates in Puerto Rico. Beginning with the preferences of parents for children, the model seeks the determinan...

    Jan 1, 1968

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    Report

    A Family Planning Hypothesis: Some Empirical Evidence from Puerto Rico

    An analysis of the hypothesis that the frequency of births in a population can be understood in terms of three factors that influence the desire for births: (1) a family size goal that is determined by characteristics of the environment; ...

    Jan 1, 1967

  • People

    People

    Julia Rollison

    Senior Policy Researcher
    Education Ph.D. in research, measurement and evaluation, Boston College; M.P.H. in global health, The George Washington University; B.S. in applied psychology, Ithaca College

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    People

    Melissa Rowe

    Vice President, Global Research Talent; Affiliate Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education Ph.D. in clinical psychology, University of California, Los Angeles

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