W Budiarto

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The author examines various socioeconomic determinants of population growth in Indonesia. Demographic transition and child demand theories are used to demonstrate the relationship between economic conditions in a community and number of births. The importance of income and educational status for fertility reduction is noted. Suggestions for an(More)
Economic growth in Indonesia's 3rd 5 year plan (Repelita III) was 5.7%; in Repelita IV, economic growth is 5%. Population growth is 2.3%. As a consequence of this situation, nutrition improvement programs should be carried out intensively. Research indicates a correlation between consumption of calories per capita and community income, and shows that(More)
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