Volume 71, number 1

180 pages
I.S.B.N. 978-2-7332-10659



Seventieth Anniversary of Population

Page 7 to 9


A retrospective of the first issues of Population published in 1946

Olivia Samuel, Anne Solaz and Laurent Toulemon

Page 11 to 14

Alfred Sauvy and Immigration

Commentary on the short paper published in 1946 in the first issue of Population

François Héran

Page 15 to 21

Assessment of French Immigration Needs

Alfred Sauvy



Page 23 to 51

Renal Diseases and Social Inequalities in Access to Transplantation in France
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Christian Baudelot, Yvanie Caillé, Olivier Godechot and Sylvie Mercier

Page 53 to 81

Family Formation and Labour Force Participation

Maternal Employment and Educational Differentials in Europe

Jonas Wood, Karel Neels, David De Wachter and Tine Kil

Page 83 to 115

Comparison of Retrospective Fertility Data from Censuses in Belgium and Family Surveys in France

Sandra Brée, Thierry Eggerickx, Jean-Paul Sanderson and Rafael Costa


Short papers

Page 117 to 129

Feasibility and Representativeness of a Random Sample Mobile Phone Survey in Côte d’Ivoire

Joseph Larmarange, Ouattara Kassoum, Élise Kakou, Yves Fradier, Lazare Sika and Christine Danel

Page 131 to 143

Sex miscoding in the Census and its Effects on the Enumeration of Same-Sex Couples

Maks Banens and Eric Le Penven


Book reviews

Economic perspectives on inequality

Page 145 to 149

Sabina Alkire, James Foster, Suman Seth, Maria Emma Santos, José Manuel Roche and Paola Ballon, Multidimensional Poverty Measurement and Analysis, Oxford University Press, 2015, XI-356 p.
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Marion Leturcq

Page 150 to 152

Anthony B. Atkinson, Inequality – What Can Be Done? Harvard University Press, 2015, XI-384 p.
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Benoît Rapoport

Page 153 to 155

Angus Deaton, The Great Escape: Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality, Princeton University Press, 2013, XV-360 p.
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Paola Villar

Page 156 to 157

James J. Heckman, Giving Kids a Fair Chance, Cambridge, Ma., The MIT Press, Boston Review Books, 2013, 137 p.
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Lidia Panico

Page 158 to 160

Joseph Stiglitz, La grande fracture: les sociétés inégalitaires et ce que nous pouvons faire pour les changer, Paris, Les liens qui libèrent, 2015, 477 p. [Originally published as The Great Divide: Unequal Societies and What We Can Do About Them, New York and London: W. W. Norton and Co. 2015]
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Dominique Meurs

Page 161 to 164

“Peut-on faire l’économie du genre?” [Can economic analysis afford to ignore gender?], Regards croisés sur l’économie, n°. 15, Paris, La Découverte, 2014, 240 p.
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Delphine Remillon

Page 165 to 167

Gianni Betti, Francesca Bettio, Thomas Georgiadis, Platon Tinios, Unequal Ageing in Europe. Women’ s Independence and Pensions, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, X-187 p.
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Carole Bonnet

Page 168 to 170

Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay and Nadia Lazzari Dodeler, Les pères et la prise du congé parental ou de paternité. Une nouvelle réalité [Fathers and parental or paternity leave: a new reality], Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2015, XII-134 p.
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Morgan Kitzmann

Page 171 to 172

Hippolyte d’Albis, Angela Greulich and Grégory Ponthiere, Avoir un enfant plus tard. Enjeux sociodémographiques du report des naissances [Having a child later in life. The sociodemographic issues of birth postponement], Paris, Rue d’Ulm, Cepremap, 2015, 124 p.
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Anne Solaz

ID of this issue

  • Population (english version)
    Volume 71, 2016/1 - 180 pages
  • I.S.B.N. : 978-2-7332-10659