Henri Leridon

Biological Effects of First Birth Postponement and Assisted Reproductive Technology on Completed Fertility

Fertility trends in European countries since the 1960s have been characterized by a...

The Development of Fertility Theories: A Multidisciplinary Endeavour

Demographers do not merely quantify and describe; they also contribute to theoretical...

Sylvie Brunel, L’Afrique est-elle si bien partie ? [Is Africa actually getting on so well?], Auxerre, Editions sciences humaines, 2014, 183 p.

id= »s1n5″>More than ten years ago, Sylvie Brunel, a specialist of development...

Large Child Cohort Studies across the World

AbstractIt was in 1946 that Great Britain embarked on the world’s first ever...

Constructing a Cohort: Experience with the French Elfe Project

AbstractThe project to construct a multidisciplinary study cohort of 20,000 children to...

Etienne van de Walle 1932-2006

Etienne van de Walle died suddenly in his office at the Population Studies Center in...

Social Inequalities in Access to Contraception in France

AbstractDepuis la légalisation de la contraception en 1967, le recours à la...

The Pill and the Condom, Substitution or Association ?

AbstractLa pratique contraceptive des jeunes (15-29 ans) a connu deux évolutions...

Introduction

Following on from the surveys on contraception conducted by INED in 1978, 1988 and 1994...

The Demography of a Learned Society

AbstractMost academies are closed societies: members are admitted by election and remain...