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panel data, and finds that nonrecursive effects are present among variables commonly used in models of fertility, family planning, and development. In addition, the pattern of relationships found has implications for the explanation of the relationship between mortality and fertility in demographic transition theory. Over the past fifteen years, particularly in the past decade, a series of related studies based in whole or in part on multiple regression analysis of cross-national data have attempted to assess the impact of social and economic development and family planning program effort on fertility in less developed countries or LDCs (Cutright 1983; Cutright and Hargens 1984; Freedman and Betelson 1976; Hernandez 1981; Kelly and Cutright 1980, 1983; Mauldin and Berelson 1978; Menard 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987; Tolnay and Christenson 1984; Tolnay and Rodeheaver 1988; Tsui and Bogue 1978; see also Lapham and Mauldin 1972, 1984, 1985; Mauldin and Lapham 1985). Substantive findings and theoretical and

 
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[ACADEMIC] Studies in Comparative International Development (1990)
 



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