Fertility Transition: Southeast Asia


Figure 1 Countries of Southeast Asia than Europe’s (786 million vs. 628 million, United Nations 1999, pp. 442–3). This dramatic reversal is the product of a lag, of about a century, in the demographic transitions of the two regions. Fertility began to decline in several northwestern Europe countries during the last quarter of the nineteenth century and… (More)

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