Family limitation and the English demographic revolution: a simulation approach.

@article{Crafts1976FamilyLA,
  title={Family limitation and the English demographic revolution: a simulation approach.},
  author={N. Crafts and N. Ireland},
  journal={The journal of economic history},
  year={1976},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={
          598-623
        }
}
  • N. Crafts, N. Ireland
  • Published 1976
  • Engineering, Medicine, Economics
  • The journal of economic history
The debate over causes of population change in Britain between the early 18th and mid-19th centuries has centered on the relative importance of changes in birth rates and death rates and whether demographic growth stemmed from economic or "fortuitous" origins, and the understanding of the process of fertility change during industrialization. Conventional wisdom, espoused by T.S. McKeown and R.G. Brown, stated that as long as mortality was high, an increase in the birth rate would have little… Expand

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