Asia-Pacific Population Research Reports
Asia-Pacific Population Research Reports provide an informative discussion of research on important population issues facing the Asia Pacific region. They are intended for social and health scientists, policymakers, program managers, and the interested public. Funding is provided by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
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Recent SubmissionsEvaluation of the 1993-94 Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey within the Matlab area Asia's recent fertility decline and prospects for future demographic change How Japan and the newly industrialized economies of Asia are responding to labor scarcity Is the situation of women in Asia improving or deteriorating? What can we say about fertility trends in Bangladesh? : an evaluation of the 1991 population census The changing demographic and social profile of youth in Asia
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Bangladesh - Census, 19911
Demographic surveys - Bangladesh1
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Industrial revolution - Asia1
Industries - Asia
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